July 2017

O Lazarus, Where Art Thou? Part 1

A woodcut by Gustave Dore' titled 'Lazarus at the Rich Man's House'Sermon Notes by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading:  Luke 16:24-26

The Bible is not just one of the greatest books ever written, it IS the greatest book ever written. We are warned that “If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book; And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book” Rev. 22:18-19. The warning is also found in Deut. 4:2 and 12:32. And yet this is exactly what has happened! The reason for this adulteration is an irrevocable decree; a vast impassable chasm between two entities and we will identify them today and show you how it has been judaized. Why is the abyss impossible to traverse? Will no tears of heartfelt repentance build a bridge for such a repair? We will be investigating the parable of the rich man and Lazarus found in Luke 16:19-31. It has been terribly botched and mangled by churchianity, but we will repair and preserve the original lesson, which can only be understood from a Christian Identity perspective.

People - Part 2

 
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Sermon Notes of Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading: Acts 10:34-43

In today's reading from Acts 10, there are many words synonymous with 'people' having the same intent to direct our attention to the exclusivity of Israel in the Word of God. Words like persons, man, sons, all and everyone point to the same race of people. It should never be confused with jews or every biped upon the face of the earth, because it does not pertain to them. The Bible is racist book that has been deracinated by the enemies of Jesus Christ. An enemy hath planted weeds amongst the wheat. By trying to be inclusive of non-Israelites, they make one's belief in Christ a matter of cognitive dissonance; a confused state of mind, believing in two opposites at the same time, that is: us and them (Gen. 3:15) deserving of the same things reserved only for God's people. We'll talk about how salvation only applies to us and not them.