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America, the Dialectic

 
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Sermon notes of Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading:  James 1:5-8

When you force the combining of good and evil, what do you get? You get the double mind. When you allow non-Whites to have their spaces, their neighborhoods (in which no White person dare walk down the street at night), their own schools and colleges, student unions and race-specific grants and funding, affirmative action just for them in employment, their own racial caucus in Congress, their own TV channel, etc, the modern liberal calls it good. But when any White group wishes to do the same thing, as a matter of culture, identity and benevolence, it's called racist and evil. Welcome to America, the land of dialectical materialism, which early proponents of jewish communism made the centerpiece of their political philosophy. Rabbi Karl Marx asserted that only material things can be reality and thus denying anything spiritual, especially the reality of a White Christian's mind or soul. In his jewish mind, he thought all change happens through the conflict of opposites and is motivated by revolution, thus a forced means to an end, regardless of the spiritual considerations. This can be seen in the social engineering between men and women, children and parents, left wing democrats and right wing republicans, blacks and Whites, Christians and antichrists etc. When you combine good with evil you get the synthesis of chaos. In theory, it is believed that the mechanics of chaos can destroy Christianity.

It's Going to Get Worse; It's Going to Get Better

by Pastor Mark Downey

The commonly accepted perceptions of doom and gloom is examined in contrast to Christian principles of hope and blessings.  Victory over pessimism and how God's plan for the ages spells defeat for the enemies of Jesus Christ.

Part 1:  The commonly accepted perceptions of doom and gloom is examined in contrast to Christian principles of hope and blessings.

Part 2: Optimism's victory over pessimism and how God's plan for the ages spells defeat for the enemies of Jesus Christ.

Overcomers of What?

by Pastor Mark Downey

An examination of the end-time overcomers from a Christian Identity perspective.

Part 1:  The role of the overcomer between the fall of Babylon and the Kingdom of God.  The foremost qualification for being an overcomer from a Christian Identity perspective.

Part 2:  Overcoming is the spiritual business of networking the Truth, which is fraught with dangers as well as rewards.  The overcomer has victory in defeating the world.

The Future of Prophecy

by Pastor Mark Downey

Prophecies in both the Old and New Testaments, fulfilled and unfulfilled, have been revealed in the word of God, and subsequent prophecies are false and shall fail according to God's purposes.

Part 1:  There is only one key that unlocks the enigma of Bible prophecy and that is the exegesis of Christian Identity scholarship.  Prophecy is the exclusive relationship between God and the White race.

Part 2: An exclusive look at what Christ meant by "harvest" in Luke 10:2 as it relates to agricultural analogies, parables and prophecies against Edom from a Christian Identity perspective.  The "Day of the Lord" is a terrible day.

Part 3:  The predominant theme of prophecy is the Kingdom of God; what it is and is not; who will see and enter the Kingdom.

Part 4:  The rise of Islam pits the three major religions of the world against each other as an ultimate dialectic of God.

Part 5:  Covering the deception of our enemies and the urgency of racism in prophecy coincides with recent events in San Bernardino and Donald Trumps call for a Muslim ban.

Part 6:  The singular integrity of the one true God of Israel is opposed by the plurality of idols, i.e. 'ancient astronauts', subverting Ezekiel 1:16; the mysticism of CERN; finding the tree of life by following the signs.

Part 7:  The winds of spiritual warfare for 2016 point to the self fulfilling prophecy of what we do with our lives and the day we stand before the judgement seat of Christ.

Part 8: The imperative nature of being awake and not asleep to be an over comer and what constitutes your name being written in the book of life.

Part 9: A debunking of the two false schools of eschatology, i.e. futurism and especially the encroaching misinterpretations of preterism. We examine the historical antichrists of whom there are many.

Part 10:  As we conclude this series we take a special look at 2016 and focus on the 'two witnesses' of Revelation 11, which can only be understood from a Christian Identity perspective amongst a myriad of false interpretations.

Eye of the Needle

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture reading: Matthew 19:23-26

The Valley of Moses enters Petra through a narrow winding forge, running east and west. It's called the “Siq,” which is “the eye of the needle.” It ranges from 10 to 30 feet wide and has side walls over 150 feet high.

There's a lot going on in those four verses besides the virtual impossibility of rich people getting into the Kingdom of God or the fantastic word/picture of a camel going through the eye of a needle... if taken as a literal gloss.  This is one of those sermons where you're going to hear the rest of the story.   This 'eye of the needle' is not literal or poetic, but rather takes us back to the ancient site of Petra where Christ teaches His Disciples the ethics of wealth in conjunction with the Lord's sovereignty.

A Little Slice of Heaven

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading: John 1:1-5

Last September our church went to Indiana for a picnic lunch and to visit the wife of a dear friend of ours who died suddenly in a terrible auto accident about a year ago.   Well, the womenfolk gravitated to the living room and the men were outside talking Christian Identity.  I moseyed into the house and saw all the women, so I sat next to my wife and asked what have you been talking about and she said, “an interesting discussion about heaven,” to which I replied by putting my arm around her and saying, “Well, here's a little slice of heaven for ya.”  And all of a sudden, they all broke out in hysterical laughter, much to my perplexing chagrin.  I asked what are they laughing about?  Evidently, they were into a serious subject and in walks a man who makes a rather flippant remark that breaks the ice.  Later, my wife suggested I do a sermon on heaven and voila, I have a ready-made title ready to go.  Many of us have lost loved ones in recent times so I think this message will not only help me with the loss of my mother and father, but others I know who are going through the same experience.  I got to thinking that I haven't read anything in CI about heaven since Pastor Sheldon Emry.  It's probably because the Bible doesn't say a whole lot about the heaven, which we know as God's abode, although heaven can mean many other things, in spite of a plethora of denominational garbage that takes way too much latitude in preying upon people's emotions, failing to rightly divide the word of truth.  Heaven sometimes just means the sky or an elevated place of authority.  And there's probably nothing more ingrained in people's psyche than what they think about the hereafter, other than perhaps Christmas.  It's a tough nut to crack.

Congregations of Blasphemers

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading:  Matthew 12:31-32

In the 1st century AD Jesus was born into the world where the timing and location had to be perfect for Him to fulfill His divine destiny.  Judean culture at that time had a great expectation for the prophesied Messiah in anticipation of being delivered from the Roman occupation of what comprised the territories of ancient Israel.  Our people had to wait over 700 years for the prophesied Messiah of Isaiah 53.  Likewise, the Second Coming is a long wait and Israel would again be under a beastly occupation.  But, when the Anointed of God finally came 2000 years ago with His Plan of Deliverance, the people of the land refused to acknowledge the authority He brought with Him.  The Pharisees were among the people who did not approve of Jesus; Christ was not behaving in the manner they expected the Messiah to behave in.  Christ was not validating the religious establishment; the commonplace everyday blasphemies of the good old boys club; nor was He submitting himself to peer psychology whereby He was the clay and the people were the Potter.  He just didn't play the game of the orthodoxies of error that had become the matrix of society.  We feel the same rejection in Christian Identity, because we don't fit in to most congregations out there. 

And I have to wonder, is it any different today with Pharisees behind the pulpits of America, indicting those who function in the power of God with the same kind of inane disdain.  How dare you implicate Jesus having a racial message.  And yet we come for the same lost sheep of the house of Israel that Jesus Christ said He came for (Mt. 15:24).  The Pharisees within Identity and without in judeo-churchianity can say all manner of evil against me and other Bible believing Christian Israelites falsely, but when they perjure the authority of my witness or misrepresent testimony of our brethren with outright lies, they have blasphemed the spirit of one's calling from God.  Perjury is the deliberate falsification of the facts under oath.  So if one calls themselves a Christian, they are automatically sworn to tell the truth; otherwise they commit the sin of bearing false witness.  Are we not oath-bound to the God of Israel?  If they did it to Christ, they will do it to His followers.  Jesus said, “If the world hates you, understand that it hated Me before it hated you” John 15:18.  I tend to believe that our detractor's problem is not with us, but with God.  The Disciples of Christ had the same problem of people becoming Christians for the wrong reasons. 

The Good Old Days

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading:  Malachi 4:5-6

I wish there was a way to know you're in the good old days before you actually leave them.  I hate to think that these trying times (some say trials and tribulations) will someday be the good old days.  I guess the good old days were when we thought it couldn't get worse.  A good barometer would be leadership.  There was a day when all it took to impeach a president was illegal wiretapping or having sex with a White House intern in the broom closet.  About 200 years ago the French historian Alexis de Tocqueville observed that, “America is great because she is good. If America ceases to be good, America will cease to be great.”  Today's sermon really is not about nostalgia, but we do have a memory system that recalls times of happiness.  But, how far back in time do we go to determine that happiness.

The Energy of Error

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading: II Thes. 2:10-12

From the KJV we read about “strong delusion” and that was my original title for this message.  However, upon reviewing other translations, instead of the word ‘delusion’ was the word ‘error.’  The Ferrar Fenton read “the energy of error”; the Christogenea NT read, “an operation of error” and still others said, “a working of error,” “a deluding influence,” and “a misleading influence.”  I wondered how could there be such a disparity of terms and what are these verses really talking about.  It obviously has something to do with the contest between truth and lies.  Common sense here tells us that the best safeguard against error or more poignantly the delusion (the mental condition in which you believe something that is not true) is “the love of the truth.”

The Perfect Sermon

by Pastor Mark Downey

Part 1:  This is a Bible study on perfection and what Matthew 5:48 means by "Be ye perfect".  The perfecting of Israel is the preparation of the heart for living in the Kingdom of God.

Part 2:  An explanation of "the mystery of the gospel" (Eph. 6:19); examination of "White Supremacy"; and how love will make a Christian perfect.

Part 3:  Our perfect God of Israel is not the god of Trinitarians.  A thorough debunking of the Catholic-jewish-Masonic Trinity and the interpolation of I John 5:7-8.

Part 4:  The phrase 'God's plan for the Ages' is expounded upon and further illustrated with God's original twelve signs of the zodiac.

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