Wind Part 1

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading: Ephesians 4:12-14

Dutch Ships in a Gale by Jan PorcellisFrom time to time artists have what they call burn out, authors get writer's block and preachers suddenly become uninspired.  Hopefully, one aspiring for the epiphanies of life will get their second wind during momentary lulls.  It hasn't happened to me, but I sometimes wonder what's next; how do I maintain the momentum. Sometimes, after I do a series like 'Dissident Racism' I feel sapped of energy, because it's so time consuming and intensely focused and I want to serve the brethren as best I can; I try not to make too many mistakes.  After the last series of messages, as usual, I waited for a new subject to pop in my head and is most often in the form of a title.    In the church world, you hear a judeo say “the Lord gave me a word” and it's usually a long-winded, self serving dialogue that is better said in the Word itself.  It makes me wonder why are people reinventing the Gospels.  Well, I can honestly say the Lord gave me a word last week, but it wasn't a rambling of religious prose, but was literally just one word and that word was “wind.”  For several days I ruminated what to do with this word.  What does wind have to do with anything?  And then I got to thinking what is the cause of wind in the first place?  Did you know there wouldn't be any life on earth without wind, and conversely can also bring death?  Ironically, the previous week, I was engaged in a project to build a wood shed, because every year I just cover my firewood with tarps and it's always a hassle, especially when it snows.  The recurring theme in my thoughts was that I need to built it so the wind doesn't blow it over and I figured the best way to do that is to have it well anchored.  Now I am not a carpenter, but I got the job done, Lord willing the creek don't rise or a gust of wind thinks it's a sailboat.   

No wind, no waves... a big bummer for surfers.  What most people don't think of is that an ocean wave cannot begin without an action.  Same with a glass of water on a table; it is still until you blow on it to create a ripple.  Wind on water causes movement, creating energy that otherwise was not there before.  In life, most people have ambition, purpose driven goals symbolized by a body of water.  In fact, many worldly religions have a set of classical elements found in earth, water, wind and fire with their respective deities.  These ancient concepts were believed to be the most essential principles upon which anything can exist, which science would later compare to solids, liquids, gases and plasma.  In the first couple of verses in Genesis, these four elements were created by God; no need for lesser gods symbolizing each element.  As we shall see later on, verse 2 most closely resembles wind i.e. “And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.

Dissident Racism

by Pastor Mark Downey

The necessity for Christians, especially Identity Christians, to learn and voice the will of God as watchmen on the wall to preserve True Israel.

Part 1:  "In a Crowded Theatre":  The free speech of Christian America is a God given right.  Dissent is essential for any society to remain free of tyranny.  Racism is a spiritual gift from the Holy Spirit to ensure the survival of God's chosen race.

Part 2:  "Above the Fruited Plain":  Current events in Charleston, South Carolina and the banning of the Confederate battle flag is the inertia for cultural Marxism going ballistic against White Christian America.

Part 3:  "Of the Stars and Bars":  The disconnect between the viral meme 'black lives matter' and the pronouncement of Jesus Christ as to whose lives matter to Him.  The desperate measures being taken by the real slave masters in the end times are explained.

Part 4:  "The currency of God":  Paying attention to divine instruction and acting upon them determines the destiny of the White Race.  Our natural course through history is based on genetic memory or lack thereof.  Babylonian slavery vs. biblical slavery.

Christogenea Radio Talk Show:  In October 2015, Pastor Downey joined William Finck of Christogenea.org for two online radio programs discussing his recent series on 'Dissident Racism'. Many additional comments and insights were added to the subject to elevate the racial consciousness of our people.

White Genocide

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William Finck’s
Christogenea Talkshoe Program

with William Finck and Pastor Mark Downey

Subject:  White Genocide

Genocide is a contrived jewish word concocted for the purpose of generating sympathy for a fictional holocaust.  The same kind of psychology of victimhood is being poised against the rank and file of White Nationalism, undermining the warrior spirit of our race.

June 20, 2015 Part 1:  Pastor Mark Downey explains that the mantras of White Genocide are actually a curse to Whites, because Whites have a promise that there will never be such a thing. The cries of White Genocide actually instill in Whites a victim mentality which demotes them to the status of the lesser races.

June 27, 2015 Part 2:  Pastor Mark Downey explains that there is no silver bullet for which to cure what White Nationalists are calling White Genocide. This is a judgement from God, and the White man must return to his God and repent of his sin. Mark and Bill take 2 weeks to cover this material

July 4, 2015 Part 3: Pastor Mark Downey concludes his explanation that there is no silver bullet for which to cure what White Nationalists are calling White Genocide. This is a judgement from God, and the White man must return to his God and repent of his sin.

Acquired Identity Syndrome

by Pastor Mark Downey

A deep probe into the thesis of why people reject the Word of God concerning race and jewry and what it takes for any White person to accept their true biblical identity.

Part 1:  The trauma of experiencing a personal paradigm, such as Paul on the road to Damascus, brings our world view into God's perspective of reality.  Our former mentality of what we think is normal is shown to be aberrant to God's will.  It is the proverbial shock whereby we see the light.

Part 2:  A study of Daniel being thrown into a den of lions; the promises of God; the conflict of thrones and how these things relate to the First Advent of Christ and the Second Coming.

White Genocide

by Pastor Mark Downey

Genocide is a contrived jewish word concocted for the purpose of generating sympathy for a fictional holocaust.  The same kind of psychology of victimhood is being poised against the rank and file of White Nationalism, undermining the warrior spirit of our race.

Part 1 'The Ultimate Curse':  The cultural intricacies involved in racial warfare contrasting secular humanism to Christian Identity and showing how reverse psychology causes our race to behave in such a way that brings God's judgment against us, the ultimate curse.

Part 2 'No Silver Bullet':  The greatest enemy bringing us to the edge of extinction is not what you might think.  The truth is that the greatest threat to our survival is a self inflicted Suicide of Israelite Nations.

It's Dangerous to be Right

by Pastor Mark Downey

A plethora of current events proving the righteousness of God's Word / Law.

Part 1:  The adversarial effects of money, murder and media on the health of modern Israelites.

Part 2: Understanding how stupidity can be dangerous; how the government and media give us the wrong picture of ISIS and the geo-politics of the Middle East; the revelation of Janissaries.

Part 3: Denial of things unchristian is wrought with repercussions from those who deny the government of Christ, otherwise known as the Kingdom of God.  The Word of God is common sense, but has been made absurd by the authors of confusion.  Clarifying what is and is not a false prophet.

Part 4:  Jesus is the reason for being right and He is our example in how to face tribulation when our adversaries are horribly wrong.  The parable of the sower is talking about having the right stuff for glory and victory.

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.

Talking, Walking and Racing

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

December 14 and December 28 2014

Scripture Reading:  Jonah 1:12-17

Men and brethren, what shall we do?”  For years I've been trying to answer that question, because inquiring minds want to know.  Just because somebody puts forth a 'call to arms' does not mean it's time.  Some say there needs to be a tax revolt, being that taxes are so revolting.  Like so many other young men in their 20's, I was ready to bear arms in the early 1980's and overthrow the jewish nemesis; having come to the knowledge of their true identity and mine. But, God had other plans.  You know something is wrong when Pharaoh demands the slave get their own straw to make bricks.  You know something is wrong when Congress is going to cut military pay and veteran benefits, but they're going to extend amnesty to alien  lawbreakers, giving them free citizenship and financial freebies.  Ask yourself, is this the America you grew up in or want your children's future to be?

Walking the Walk

 
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William Finck’s
Christogenea Saturdays 12/6/2014

A conversation with Pastor Downey and William Finck centering on Christian order and historical, biblical and current perspectives of government.

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