by Pastor Mark Downey
Have you ever lost something and turned your place upside down trying to find it? And then in futility gave up, only finding it a minute later. Of course, it's the last place you would think to look. Have you ever looked for something in the Bible and opened it to the exact page where it was? Sometimes we cannot find something without God's help, although it is the glory of God to conceal a thing (Prov. 25:2). Likewise, it is the honor of kings to search out a matter.
I'd like to address two issues which are strangely interrelated. The first is the lost sheep of the house of Israel and the other is the supernatural. The latter subject conjures up all sorts of paranormal manifestations, but the truth is: there is only one source for all realities, whether it's walking on water or UFO's. As we take a glance at the history of the White race, we can notice a plethora of cultural mythologies and chronic superstitions.
Why do people say 'God bless you' when you sneeze? An old wives tale purports that your soul is thrown out of your body and a blessing prevents it from being stolen by the devil. Speaking of the devil, isn't the devil in the details? And doesn't the common refrain of White people not wanting to hear the truth say, "Please don't bother me with the details"? This is quite understandable when our brain soaks up information like a sponge and reaches a saturation point. Some of our people have been inundated with more knowledge than what they are capable of processing and just finally conform to the social pressure of peer majorities. Perhaps this also explains why so many people are leaving churches with so much supernatural nonsense.
We can see this phenomenon manifesting itself in all sorts of racial, moral and spiritual conditions like integration, adultery and the occult. When Israel was lost in the wilderness, she had all the spiritual food from heaven called manna that she could eat for maintaining good health. They were not satisfied with God's provisions, so God gave them all the quail they could eat. They gorged themselves and were saturated to death.
Likewise, our people today are saturated with jewish fables and doctrines of devils claiming their corner of the supernatural world to explain why things happen. It's very colorful for mass consumption and cultivating urban legends, however a Mr. Satan and his legion of demons has no more a reality than it did for the mentally ill maniac of Gadera. Jesus released all of the superstitious accumulations in the madman's mind, like wringing a sopping wet sponge full of dirty water. It wasn't a catholic exorcism. No, it was more like relieving a person of strong delusions, which are commonly in the form of hallucinations. They say 'seeing is believing', but they don't say whether it is reality or an illusion of reality.
Many of the ancient pagans 'mystery religions' incorporated mind altering concoctions in their rituals to induce visual phenomenon. In principle, toxic ideas can produce the same kind of results. The biblical premise for salvation is thus stated, "Because they received not the love of truth, that they might be saved; And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie" (II Thes. 2:10-11).
A good way to get lost is by not believing an official map for directions or hiking off-trail without a compass. Sheep get lost by straying away from their shepherd. They become vulnerable to wolves. The enemies of God and the White race account us "As sheep for the slaughter" (Romans 8:36). Jesus said, "I am come that they might have life", but conversely there will be others that have no other purpose than to "steal, kill and to destroy" (John 10:10). What better way is there to destroy Christianity and our race than through the toxicity of religion (the opiate of the people as one conniving jew observed)? In Revelation, John uses the word 'sorceries' as a means by which the nations were deceived (Rev. 18:23). Sorcery comes from the Greek word 'pharmakia' (i.e. pharmacy) and means drugs or poison.
Jesus said that His exclusive mission on earth was directed towards being, "Sent but unto the lost sheep of the house of Israel" (Mt. 15:24) i.e. the White race, not jews. Our people have become lost because of the poison of jewish fables. A fable is a fiction or falsehood intended to appear true or real. In the book of Titus (1:14) we are warned about giving heed to jewish fables and commandments of man, because it turns us away from the truth. It's next to impossible to love something you've turned away from, so God will send them what? Something affecting their mental state! Titus suggests, "Their mind and conscience is defiled." This, no doubt, is in conjunction with God giving them "strong delusion." "They profess that they know God; but in works they deny Him, being abominable" (Titus 1:16). These deceivers mouths must be stopped, because they subvert whole houses, teaching things which they ought not (Titus 1:10-11). That's why I'm bringing this message of things which should be taught; so that you may find The Way to Jesus Christ rather than a way to "Satan".
There's been a gross misapplication of the supernatural attributed to entities other than God. This boils down to a witches brew of so called fallen angels, demon spirits, deities of darkness and whatever other nonsense a sick mind can imagine. God is not too keen on wicked imaginations (Prov. 6:18), but if a person throws away the road map, God is going to send them in the direction of their own choosing and they will be lost.
The Bible must be in harmony and interpret itself (sola scriptura). Jesus is the supreme subject of Scripture, not man or devils. "Ye search the scriptures, because ye think that in them ye have eternal life; and these [scriptures] are they which bear witness of Me" (John 5:39). There is only one supernatural Creator of the universe; there is none else (Isaiah 45:5). Therefore, there is not one supernatural realm for God and another supernatural realm for the devil. In fact, a supernatural devil only exists in a mind reeking in delusion. The person who believes in supernatural powers outside of God's control is out of touch with reality and their conscience is geared to private interpretations of God corresponding to their imagination. It is their unbelief in one supernatural power which causes them to drift in the wrong direction and thus becoming lost.
Supernatural devils, with or without a Christian label, are abominable to God and are reserved for the ash heap of occult history. The baptism of fire will either purge the mental dross, the idols of the heart and heal the backslider or the idolatry of reprobates will forfeit one's name from being written in the Book of Life (Rev. 22:19). God's Law says, "Ye shall not add unto the word… neither shall ye diminish from it" (Deut.4:2) and "Thou shalt have no other gods before me" (Ex. 20:3). Supernatural devils of one's imagination are gods, no matter how much one tries to wiggle out of it.
Of course the last place one would think to look for the true meaning of the word 'devil' is in the mind. Two people can read the same passage with the word 'devil' and have quite different interpretations. Why is this? I believe it's because some people have a predisposition to add or diminish what they read between the lines. It is presumption without foundation. "The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it? I the Lord search the heart, I try the reins [I test the mind], even to give every man according to his ways, and according to the fruit of his doings" (Jer. 17:9-10).
Pay close attention to the seat of your affections; you never know when God brings forth a pop quiz regarding your accountability. You cannot sleep in this class and expect to pass. If you can't find any proof and/or justification for your paranormal beliefs, you may be dabbling in things that God prohibits. If you drive down the road of a personified "Satan", disembodied spirits, demon monsters and a world unknown to the Word of God, you may see a dark messenger of light along the way, but it will only be the blind wizards leading the blind enchanters filling the ditches per scripture, professing that they know the devil. Many will say to Jesus when He returns, "Lord, Lord have we not prophesied… and in thy name cast out devils?" (Mt. 7:22). You might want to rethink bragging about your exorcism and how wonderful your teachings of demons and devils are, because Jesus is going to tell them that He doesn't know them and for them to get away from Him. He accuses those living in their wicked imaginations of iniquity.
On the other hand, Jesus asserts, "My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow Me" (John 10:27). Could it be that these sheep have a firm grip on the reality of one supernatural power and are not deluded with jewish fables? The Bible is the one book that will not lead you to false gods. However, mistranslations and false interpretations have led our people astray by making the Bible conform to cultural traditions i.e. unbiblical myths, rather than White society conforming to the Bible.
Our fears and resentments can be overcome with a love of the truth. People can study the Bible for themselves and find out what these interrelated words mean (such as: satan, devil, serpent, dragon, Lucifer, demons etc.). With prayer and supplication, God will help us to unlock the mysteries of His Word. I think our society has reached a saturation point of unchristian beliefs and traditions, whereby the time is fast approaching that, "The Son of man shall send forth His messengers, and they shall gather out of His Kingdom all things that offend, and them which do iniquity" (Mt. 13:41).
We're really speaking about false accusers, slander and calumny when we speak of the devil in poorly translated Bibles. It's time we take responsibility by the horns and be accountable to God, lest we be sheep accounted for slaughter by our satans (otherwise known as human adversaries) for being lost on purpose. I believe in supernatural miracles and that every Israelite knee shall bow. "And he shall turn the heart of the fathers to the children and the heart of the children to the fathers, lest I come and smite the earth with a curse" Malachi 4:6. That curse is the sorcery of words that darkens the hearts of men. The next time you see one of those judeo televangelist preaching about the prince of the power of the air(waves) and he enters your household proclaiming 'the antichrist is coming, the antichrist is coming', you might crack a condescending smile and think 'speak of the devil'.
We don't have to worry about incarnations of evil lurking in the ether or another dimension of evil spirits when they live on earth right now and maybe even right next door to you. Have you ever had a neighbor spread false rumors about you? This is the kind of devil the Bible alludes to. It's someone who is a liar and lives a life of lies. What could be more reprehensible? For some people it is gargoyles and mystical cherubs. For others it is simply dealing with megalomaniacs and social misfits. Yes, some may believe in their heart that a devil or devils are real, but it's a lie that only exists in their minds. I've come to the conclusion that to convince them otherwise (and by 'them' I mean the salesmen of "Satan") is to interfere with God invoking His "strong delusion" upon them.
Scripture is given to us for instruction in righteousness (II Tim. 3:16), not for spinning scary tales from the darkside. There are plenty of malevolent characters to deal with in the real world, rather than chasing phantoms. Perhaps that is why our enemies have devised modern superstitions for us; to distract us from the real problems we face everyday. "For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears; and they shall turn away their ears from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables" II Tim. 4:3-4.
Catholic stigmatas are one type of phenomenon in which certain individuals start bleeding from the hands and feet as some sort of supernatural recreation of the crucifixion. However, the entire drama is a divine irony of why there is a strong delusion in the first place. It's like God telling a Holocaust joke to a bunch of Auschwitz survivors. They just don't get the punchline, but others will. Members of the 'Heaven's Gate' cult committed suicide so they could be picked up by a flying saucer. Do you think their boarding passes were in order? Speak of the devil… there's a mother ship hovering in my back yard right now! Just kidding. But seriously folks, when we're talking about the devil in the Bible, we shouldn't mock God. A devil is synonymous with a mocker. A supernatural devil is a mockery of the delusional soldiers who offered Christ vinegar while He suffered on the Cross. Now there's some devils for you. The same kind of cocky devilish attitude is with us today.
The stigmata is a mockery of the sacrifice made for the remissions of sins. There's always a fly in the ointment or should we say in the so called anointed. Because, you see, most Bible scholars will tell you the method of crucifixion was driving nails through the wrists not the hands (in order to support the weight of the body impaled). But please, Pastor Downey, don't confuse me with the details. Well, the joke is on the itching ears of catholics or anybody else for that matter who loves a lie.
"The prophets prophesy falsely, and the priests bear rule by their means; and My people love to have it so; and what will ye do in the end thereof"? Jer. 5:31. Good question. What will you do? "Shouldest thou help the ungodly [the delusional] and love them that hate [mock] the Lord?" II Chron. 19:2. Methinks I should help the godly and love them that love the Lord. No man can serve two masters or two realms of the supernatural, because one is real and the other is illusion.
When the Bible speaks about 'doctrines of devils' (I Tim. 4:1) it's talking about the teachings of God's adversaries (like jews and judeo-churchianity), who teach and persuade our people to believe in the credence of supernatural personalities, which are nothing more than superstitious personalities. Being that this concept of strange gods is alien to the Word of God, it's a teaching that should never be taught. "Some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils; speaking lies in hypocrisy; having their conscience seared with a hot iron" I Tim. 4:1-2. Yet again, we are warned about how a false belief can have negative ramifications on one's mental health.
So how do the lost of Israel and the supernatural relate? Our race has a relationship with God as no other people do. However, our people lose their standing with God when they go whoring after supernatural entities pretending to be part of God's Plan for the Ages. There's a major difference between people who disregard their carnal sin nature and seek vicarious supernatural scapegoats and people who are born from above and repent. The two mindsets are illustrated in I Cor. 2:14-16, "But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned. But he that is spiritual judgeth all things, yet he himself is judged of no man. For who hath known the mind of the Lord, that he may instruct him? But we have the mind of Christ."
In conclusion, probably the biggest evil spirit in rebellion to God is the pusillanimous punks and paltry pimps behind the pulpit for self glorification. It is the pathetic grab for power, to play God, to inculcate fear of boogiemen, to control people. This does not create a society of God fearing men, but rather a culture of fear and myth. What better way to emasculate the men of Israel than to define the warrior's foes in Ephesians 6:12 as invisible "principalities" from another dimension and supernatural demonic "powers", when in reality they're just little hook nosed jews from the principalities of Hollywood and pernicious banksters practicing the power of usury. No one is personally fighting the insulated media moguls or governors of the Federal Reserve. But there are ministries, such as this one, who have been fighting the principle of antichrist powers for many years. The principle of supernatural principalities is bogus. Christians should identify these noxious elements when they walk through the doors of churches or the gates of government, so that even a child can say with certainty, "Speak of the devil."
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