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 Prince of This World

By Pastor Ken Lent

There is nothing like time consuming distractions to prevent God's people from properly learning and teaching God's Laws for the family and nation.  God's grace and laws are the backbone of His Kingdom.  If we are not focused on and dedicated to this Scriptural principle we lose most if not all of our calling to be stewards for righteousness in the Earth.  Trying to repel supposed invisible devils, haunting ghosts, so called psychic fields or sci-fi lizard people is worse than a distraction. It is embracing false doctrine of which the Scriptures have much to warn against.

God's written Word tells us that there is no Big Devil Demon, Satanic Cosmic Mind, or King Serpent Lizard Man who is The Prince of This World.  These ever popular but imaginary "trouble makers" are not taught anywhere in God's Word.  Even when the Scriptures do mention ‘satan’ that word has to be correctly defined.  This is the Hebrew word saw-tawn, which means adversary and it is used in many different Scripture applications and verses.  It is merely a regular normal noun.  However, when the translators of our English Bible capitalized this word from ‘satan’ (adversary) to “Satan” then a personal identity was thrust into the dictionary definition of that word.  But nonetheless, there surely is an evil presence that has been an adverse force against Godly righteousness since recorded time.

The "Red Dragon Satan" of Revelation 12

by Pastor Ken Lent

If any book of the Scriptures is riddled and loaded with allegories, it's the book of Revelation. God Almighty never intended us to apply literal meanings to something that is figurative in its context.

People use all manner of metaphors in their daily walk, (paint the town red, cat got your tongue, I’m just dying to do that, etc) and realize those terms for what they are. But when they read from the Book of Revelation about "Satan", for some reason they have a difficult time realizing the obvious truth that this is symbolism in a poetic license of expression. But why should there be such an almost universal mystic esoteric perception concerning the word "satan" in the Scriptures? Surely this has taken place because of the constant bombardment, generation after generation, on the part of denominational theology's relentless insistence that "the Devil is going to get them". People want a "Devil", and, by God, they will have him because in Revelation 12:9 we know that the "Fallen Angel" was cast out of heaven. This may be the most often misquoted verse in the Scriptures used by "Devil/demon" believers to support their position that a literal Devil named Satan is a "second-in-command spirit being", the arch angel in heaven, who rebelled against God Almighty.

The Adoption of Adaption

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading:  Romans 9:3-5

Christianity today is plagued with tens of thousands of denominations, because Christians have lost the meaning of biblical adoption and have adapted to other religions of the world.  Apostasy means a ‘falling away’ and abandoning previously held beliefs.  Nothing could be more reinventing than the hyphenated “judeo-Christianity” and cause for another writ of divorcement from God.  At one time, blacks and other dark people knew their place in White society; and White Christian Americans understood their place in God’s scheme of things; His law and order for a civilized society.  They were the ‘heirs of the promise’ with a divine destiny.  Here’s the overt racism of God expressing His love for our people, “The Lord did not set His love on you nor choose you because you were more in number than any of the peoples, for you were the fewest of all peoples, but because the Lord loved you and kept the oath which He swore to your ancestors, the Lord brought you out by a mighty hand, and redeemed you from the house of slavery, from the hand of Pharaoh, king of Egypt” Deut. 7:7-8. 

This love story developed with Abraham and extended to the nation that came from him.  When God redeemed Israel from Egypt, He purchased a nation in bondage.  When God redeemed White Christians from European tyrants, He purchased a race of people under religious persecution.  They came to America with the idea of fulfilling God’s plan for the ages.  Some called it Manifest Destiny.  But, it was the hope and aspiration of our ancestors to establish a literal Beulah Land married to the God of Israel.  “Know therefore that the Lord your God, He is God, the faithful God, Who keeps covenant and mercy with them that love Him and keep His commandments to a thousand generations” Deut. 7:9.  It can be argued that a generation is anywhere between 40 and 100 years, but regardless of the calculations, we’re talking about a long, long time for a particular race of people to do what they were created for.  Praise the Lord.

State of the Church in Christian Identity

 
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William Finck’s
Christogenea Talkshoe Program for 8-17-13, Saturday 8:00pm

with Pastors Don Elmore and Mark Downey
of the
Fellowship of God’s Covenant People in northern Kentucky

Subject:  State of the Church in Christian Identity

A general discussion about church life in our movement and the importance of worship and fellowshipping together

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.

The Religious Test

by Pastor Mark Downey

Expounding upon the balance between God's Law and government, which is often obfuscated with the misnomers of church and state.

Part 1:  A message defending the faith of our fathers, the heritage of True Israel and the hope we must transfer to our posterity; a challenge to the traditions of tyrants, that Christianity proclaims liberty; the importance of where and when a 'religious test' is appropriate and biblical.

Part 2:  A presentation as to why the religious test remained with the states and not the federal government; addressing the arguments leveled against the founding fathers regarding jewish and Masonic conspiracies.

Don't Talk to Strangers

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

Revised July 2013

Scripture Reading: Deuteronomy 31:10-13

I'm a baby-boomer and growing up in the 1950's, when you could walk down the street in relative safety, I remember my mom saying, "Don't talk to strangers."  Even 50 years ago, America was changing for the worse.  Christianity was on the verge of a major downswing towards a hyphenated judaization and multicultural diversity.  Back then, the proverbial stranger was a hitchhiker with his thumb up for a ride or someone you didn't know offering candy to children.  The innocence of such things soon changed, because of a few gruesome crimes, which later became quite common.  In fact, the dark side of strangers has become serial, as in killers and pedophiles.  Trust is no longer taken for granted.  Talking to strangers today can be deathly.  And so we have to ask if the Bible prohibits our people from conversing with the strangers of forced integration.  Actually, it’s more than just mere conversation; it is the mindset of modern social interaction.     

I choose Deuteronomy for our Scripture reading today, because most people would not be able to tell you who the stranger is in verse 12.  Christian Identity seems to be the only form of Christianity that has an understanding of three different words for stranger that are found in the Bible.  If these strangers are not biblically identified, our kith and kin could be facing serious trespasses and doing just the opposite of what God commands.  To the universalist or those who think God's salvation includes all races, rightly dividing the word stranger means little or nothing to them.  They go about their merry race mixing ways in disobedience to God's Law.  In fact, they go on the offensive to instill White guilt for the so called sin of racism.  However, this ‘Answers in Genesis’ “sin” is not from the Bible, but from Baal worship. 

The biblical perspective of what constitutes a stranger can be either someone of our own race or someone of another race.  This is made evident by the scriptural record itself.

The Joys of Tribulation

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

I no sooner commenced to sitting down with a yellow legal note pad to write down this message, when a bird in the backyard began squawking. I wondered, "What's his problem." It sounded like some kind of warning, rather than the happy chirping of an early bird catching a worm. Perhaps another animal was encroaching upon his meal.

I love how the Holy Spirit works. Before I began to write anything about tribulation, the sounds of God's creation gave me a sermon example from the get-go. Through this otherwise mundane morning activity of nature, it came to my mind of a situation we had last year in our driveway.

Pagan Christianity

by Pastor Mark Downey

This is a review of a book about the pagan influence upon the Christian church. 

Part 1: A so-called organic church movement to destroy conventional church worship and practices is countered by a Christian Identity perspective with historical and biblical facts.

Part 2:  This book review refutes the spiritual anarchy to eliminate church buildings; i.e. the hallowed ground reserved for White-only congregations, sermons and pastors, dress codes.  A commentary of Numbers 16 as it pertains to the authors of 'Pagan Christianity'.

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