I have used the phrase ‘God’s plan for the ages’ many times, but have not expounded upon it before. So I thought today would be the perfect time to talk about it. If we have a perfect God, then He must have a perfect plan. Thus far, we have learned what it means for the White race to “Be ye perfect,” to be ‘White Supremacists’ and to believe in the perfect incarnation of God in Jesus Christ. From today’s reading in Romans 8, we can surmise that there is a perfect orchestration of events as they unfold throughout history and our own lives, that give us a glimpse of Paradise, where God’s Kingdom was a done deal for the first man or Adam, which 6,000 years ago (more or less) did not include other races (they have never qualified as Adam-man). So Paradise was basically an all-White society by Intelligent Design and it was not without a purpose. Although since that time, it has been obscured and driven in all the wrong directions away from God’s intent. That’s because Adam-man has not always loved God with all his heart or responded to a divine calling. God is perfect by way of His promises, none of which have ever been broken. Prophecy is another element to convince His people that He is the only entity in the universe that can perfectly predict the future.
When the Fall of Adam happened, Paradise ended. Some Bible expositors wrongfully conclude that we are born into sin using a verse like Psalms 51:5, “Behold, I was shapen in iniquity; and in sin did my mother conceive me” where congenital depravity is implied. However, David is saying that he was born into a sinful environment, not that he was a sinning baby from the get-go. We are all born into a sinful fallen world by Adam’s disobedience, but there’s more to the plan. “By the obedience of One [Christ] shall many be made righteous” Romans 5:19. Now that’s Good News!
I’ve never picked an interpolation, a spurious addition to the
biblical text, for the Scripture reading before, but a combination of
things warrants a review of what should have been learned in church
kindergartens when we learned to count with our fingers. We have had
some dynamic guest speakers in the last few weeks. Dr. Blanchard said
that America, for all intents and purposes, is dissolved
and we can thank the apostate church prostituting itself for the
almighty state. And then, Pastor Brian Jones gave us a sermon about ‘Taking the Lord’s Name in Vain,’
which was much more than just cussing. That Sunday, we sang the old
hymnal ‘Holy, Holy, Holy’ containing the 3 in 1 gods of the iconic
dogma of the Trinity with the lyrics “God in three persons, blessed
Trinity.” It’s ironic that another stanza says, “there is none beside
Thee [in reference to Isaiah 45:6], Perfect in power.” This song has
always bothered me, because it’s based on the catholic lie and manmade
invention of the Trinity, a word and concept that is not to be found
anywhere in the Bible.