By What Authority?

 
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By Pastor Mark Downey

Back in the 1980’s, every Friday night I would attend a tax protestors meeting in the basement of friends of mine and it got so popular, through word of mouth, that we were getting around 20 or more people at every meeting.  We had wonderful discussions, mapping out strategies to defeat the IRS.  I remember one of the key salvos in letters of response, was the question ‘by what authority’ do they compel Americans to comply with their codes, because there usually wasn’t any.  I learned what ‘colorable law’ meant.  It’s the conduct or action of somebody having governmental authority that is not within the law.  Police issuing traffic tickets are probably the most common example of ‘colorable law’, because we have the right of mobility.  Just because cars were invented, does that mean we gave somebody the authority to punish us for traveling without a permission card (license), that you have to pay for?  People pay taxes to a corporation that has nothing to do with America, land of the free.Around the same time our anti-tax group got going, we also started a church group in a log cabin that another church had vacated because of a split.  There was quite a bit of discussion at that time about authority and the primary focus of the Christian Patriot movement, as it was called back then, and was understandably from a biblical perspective.  There were a lot of good articles and books written about authority.  There were some victories in the courts, but for the most part, these challenges to the system, to the Babylonian-Masonic way of doing things, were prosecuted and people went to jail.  Some patriots were even murdered like Gordon Kahl.  After so much blood, sweat and tears I think the movement lost its momentum and many people became despondent.  But not me, especially when the government ramped up the stakes with Ruby Ridge, Waco and the Murrah Federal Building.  And then later with 9-11 and who knows what the next false flag operation will be.

The Truth About Lies

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

What is the truth about lies? It's that the truth doesn't matter. "An enemy hath done this" (Mt. 13:28), that sowed good seed with tares, that mixed the holy with the profane and spiritual with carnality... that makes the Truth of none effect.

Part 1: We should pursue the truth as to when America stopped being a Christain nation with scholarship, because that will help us to identify when we stopped being a White nation. We are no longer a White Christian nation, but rather a third world multicultural country.

Part 2: These days there is a monumental disparity between what someone believes and the truth.  Just because someone believes something is true doesn’t mean it is the truth.  And this is the great dilemma in awakening our people to the fact that they’ve been lied to or what they believe to be true is in fact false.

The Old Man: Dead on Arrival

by Pastor Mark Downey

The Bible describes the death of the old man, which everyone must experience through the God given faith in the sacrifice of Jesus Christ, either in this life for believers or in the next life for unbelievers, before they can enter the Kingdom of God (on earth).

Part 1:  Would you like to change that look into something better? As long as we are under the power and dominion of the old man there is no countenance of peace, no shining light of glory, no sweet counsel, no blessed revivals and no comforting visitations of God’s presence. But there is a divine remedy for restoration.

Part 2:  Personal sins come from the old man. God’s plan will unfold for the Christian to see how he never has to sin again.

Giants

by Pastor Mark Downey

The scriptural fact is that God did NOT identify these "sons of God" as "angels", but rather "man" and "flesh" (Gen. 6:3,7), and if they had been "angels", their conduct would hardly fit the definition of the Hebrew word "malak".  The scriptural fact is that these "sons of God" were mere, mortal men, "judges" or otherwise (Gen. 6:3,7), who reverted to paganism ("took unto them wives of the daughters of men" meaning they embraced paganism), and, thereby, became "hypocrites" ("one who feigns to be what he is not; especially, one who pretends to be pious, virtuous, etc. without really being so."  Further confirmation is found in the succeeding scripture:

"And God saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every imagination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually.   And it repented the Lord that he had made man on the earth and it grieved him at his heart." (Gen. 6:5,6)

Breaking Evil

by Pastor Mark Downey

Evil as the all time spoiler for unity with God and His Christian Israel people:

Part 1:  A discussion of the definition of evil and how it differs from sin.

Part 2:  God's standards of right and wrong remains constant and unchanging. The White Adamic race has this curse, but God has not abandoned us without a remedy.

The Fallen Angel Theory

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

What prompted this subject was a book I started to read and a movie I saw called "The Possessed". The book, like so many others, starts with a false assumption about satan. The movie, like so many others of its genre, reinforces the church establishment's position on evil, which misplaces fear of the Lord with fear of the devil. Why is it that there are so many people vehement in their belief about a "Satan"? Some people believe sin became carnel or incarnate. The exegesis of satan will be found in our study of satan in context to the entire Bible. When we read the 12th chapter of Revelation, there is a lot of figurative language. We know that by interpreting this chapter in a literal sense, we get a lot of bad theology. In verse 7, it reads: "there was war in heaven". Does this mean the abode of God?

Imprecatory Prayer Regarding the Devil

by Pastor Mark Downey

The controversy over the subject of satan continues to escalate from certain quarters who demand war and death for those who disagree with them. Some have become so enamored with their so called “Satan” that they have resorted to lemming-like imprecatory prayers against the imaginary. As a necessary equilibrium for down-to-earth Christian theology, I was compelled by the Holy Spirit to provide an alternative imprecatory for a proper exegesis of satanic-related metaphors in contradistinction to the religious hysteria of the literal Judaic ‘pro-Satan’ crowd. Let me reiterate, after dozens of commentaries, that those of us who do not subscribe to the judeo version of a creature called “Satan”, does not mean that the subject of satan or its permutations has no meaning in the Bible. Indeed, it does and that is the intent of this prayer.

Speak of the Devil

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.

Suppose Satan is Real

By Pastor Mark Downey

Part 1:  Suppose Satan is Real; What Difference Does it Make?  Indulging in the hypothesis of a personified supernatural incarnation of the devil leads to contradictions and chaos of scriptures.

Part 2:  What if Satan Isn't real? Can Christianity Survive?  Entertaining the idea that other people are our adversaries in life, not silly manifestations of cosmic evil, will go a long way in preserving True Christianity.

The Meaning of Life

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading:  1 Corinthians 1:25-31

This sermon is a continuation of a previous message, which I won’t get into today, that dealt with economics and the biblical tithe.  This theme ‘the meaning of life’ was originally inspired during the Bush administration and the observation of leadership or the lack thereof in government; and the status of leaders within the Christian Identity movement was examined.  We’ve all heard about ‘spiritual warfare’ and it sure does affect our body politic and the perception of the meaning of life.  As I said in the first sermon, “The purpose of our lives is to live in and for the glory and service of God.”  That’s it in a nutshell.  It’s not an especially profound message, but it does carry an important thought that seems to be slipping away from Christendom.  It does have profound consequences if ignored.  After his recent trip to England, a pastor friend of ours reported that very few members of the church he attended in London were less than 70 years of age.  Not too many young folks.

But that shouldn’t surprise us as we witness the great and increasing apostasy surrounding our lives.  It’s everywhere.  The world is not getting more Christian and Christians are not getting any younger.  But, I’d say that Christian Israel is making steady gains in facing the spiritual warfare that we simply can’t ignore.  In fact, it’s a great time in history for the harvest of souls for Christ.

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