Pray For Naphtali

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

December 16, 2012

Scripture Reading: Deuteronomy 33:23

Today, 12-16-12, in Israelite history we observe a covenant made in 1838 with the tribe of what many in Christian Identity consider to be Naphtali, known as South Africa.  There is very little to find or to ascertain from what we know about this tribe of Israel.  There is a great deal of disinformation attributing Naphtali to just about every ethnicity other than the White race, so we can dismiss these canards as simply more feeble attempts by jewish scribes to deceive the true Israel people in the world today.  And for good reason if one’s spirit is evil, because South Africa has one of the richest deposits of precious metals and minerals in the world.  Therefore, the interactions between geo-political factions and theological realities have significant ramifications.  Naphtali might not be important to most Christians, however once that old city of Jerusalem is totally destroyed forever and the Edomite imposters with it, the New Jerusalem will appear, having the glory of God, that have twelve gates, which are the twelve names of the twelve tribes of the children of Israel (Rev. 21:11-12).  The twelve tribes of Israel have to exist in the world today in order for prophecy to be fulfilled.

You Eat What You Are

by Pastor Mark Downey

The vital aspects of consumption for both spiritual and physical will determine whether you are clean or unclean.

Part 1: A look into the dietary laws of Deuteronomy and Leviticus and how the clean and unclean leads to an understanding of how to discern righteous and unrighteous beliefs.

Part 2: The story of Peter and Cornelius; how Ezekiel explains idols of the heart; the occult presumption of authority

The Pumpkin Party: Unmasking Halloween

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading: Jeremiah 5:23-31

From Jer. 5:23 to the end of the chapter we read, "This people has a stubborn and rebellious heart. They do not say in their heart, 'let us now fear the Lord'. For wicked men are found among My people . They spread nets, they lay traps, they catch men… their houses are full of deceit… they have become great and rich. They are fat, they deal in false evidence… Shall I not punish these people? Declares the Lord… there is a shameful and horrible thing in the country! The preachers preach falsehood, and the priests trick with their hands, and My people love to have it so, what can be done viler than that?"

What can be viler than ministers who call themselves Christian, but whom God calls wicked men that spread nets and lay traps to catch men?  It sounds like Jeremiah is describing predators for profit.  It sounds like a church-sponsored Halloween with spider webs and bats.  Or maybe you’ve seen the banner in front of some banks that say ‘Hallo-wee-ones’; wee ones suggesting little children.  Aren’t these preachers and bankers thoughtful?  We’ll see just what they are thinking.

That Still Small Voice

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading: I Kings 19:9-12

What gets your attention?  A tornado twisting through your immediate neighborhood?  An earthquake that shakes you out of your bed?  Or perhaps a smoke alarm that indicates your home is on fire?  People often refer jokingly to a bolt of lightning or a burning bush before they are motivated to take notice of something, even though these two supernatural elements are mentioned in the Bible and got people’s attention.  There are times when spectacular events ordained by the divine hand of God do not register in the minds of man.  It’s just “mother nature” or the inane mindset that ‘it is what it is.’  However, God is not without other means by which He gets your attention. 

We are living in a day and age where Madison Avenue is trying to sell you something, either by hook or crook, meaning unethical mind-control techniques.  And thus, we are bombarded every day with an assault of visual and audio advertising, unless you live in a cave like Elijah.  Even churchianity has jumped onto the illicit bandwagon of smoke and mirrors, gimmicks and trickery.  There’s even an occult technology of power to reach you on a subconscious level to make you hear voices in your head.   But, today’s message is to help you overcome all of that ungodly influence.  Do you know how to focus on Christ?

Non Consent of the Misgoverned

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading: Micah 4:4-7

I’ve been using the phrase “consent of the governed” quite a bit this year, because 2012 is an election year and the arbitrary two-party system offers the Christian believer nothing in which to consent our lives and property over to a dictatorship of antichrists.  We should have objected around the turn of the 20th century when the acceleration of racial aliens changed the complexion of American culture.  Or perhaps even before that, preempting the American Civil War and the suspension of White Christian law based on the Bible, being substituted with Martial Law Rule.  We, the true Israelite people of Scripture, should always remember and demand the biblical basis for government and always refuse our consent to illegitimate secular government (such as we’ve become accustomed to).  Those who are opposed to our God and our race, support and promulgate the myth of ‘the separation of church and state,’ which in practice is the separation of God from government, by appealing to the idea of ‘consent of the governed,’ or the line in the Preamble of the Constitution:

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.”

The Shining Light of Glory

by Pastor Mark Downey

Light is God and His word dispels the darkness.  Darkness is ignorance of His word.

Part 1:  Definitions of light and examples of Old Testament light as metaphor and literal.  Different kinds of light explored in the book of Job.

Part 2: Where there's smoke, there's fire and where there's fire, there's light. But some people want to throw water on the shining of God's glory, as we learn more lessons from the Old Testament prophets. We examine the poetic books of Psalms, Proverbs and Ecclesiastes and discuss how we live each day to the glory of God as a manifestation of the shining light of glory.

Part 3: Summing up the proposition that light, water, radiance, cleansing, repentance, baptism, purification, separation, glory and other revelations of biblical awareness all have a common denominator giving the Christian a direction towards finding the truth.

Criticism of Roman Catholicism

 
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Interview with William Finck and Pastor Mark Downey

"Christogenea Saturdays" Internet Radio Show  June 2, 2012

William Finck and Pastor Downey have a general discussion critically analyzing the Roman Catholic Church from a Christian Identity perspective; debunking the two pillars of what Catholics claim to be their foundation:  that they were the first church and that Peter was the first pope.

The Catholic Menace

by Pastor Mark Downey

Part 1:  Finding the secret origins of the Catholic church, which proves that it was never Christian.

Part 2: Looking at the sadistic nature of the Roman Catholic Church and its unbiblical doctrines that contradict the Word of God.

Part 3:  An examination of Catholicism's false doctrines.

Part 4:  An uncanny parallel between Judaism and Catholicism that brings us to an understanding of Mystery Babylon.

Stand Your Ground

by Pastor Mark Downey

Part 1:  A crucial examination of a real life news story that affects every White Christian and their right to self-defense and bearing arms.

Part 2:  As expected, the national media thinks it can make self defense against the law, but there is a higher law from heaven that will not only guarantee our survival, but the defeat of our enemies. 

Part 3:  Putting the survival of the White race in historical perspective from the Phinehas Priesthood to the French Revolution in San Domingo.

Our First Love

 
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By Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading:  Revelation 2:1-4

What’s eating you?  We’ll answer that question shortly.  The exact phrase “our first love” is not found in the Bible, but it is generally recognized to be from Rev. 2:4, “Nevertheless I have somewhat against you, because you have left your first love.”  In other words, when God called His people and said I want you for My bride and at first they were ecstatic, but later became less than excited, there was a problem.  One has only to look at so many variants of re-formed churches, of splintering and denominationalism, whose original zeal had long departed and among whom so much declined, that an attempt to reinvent the warmth and excitement they once enjoyed can be typified with the church at Ephesus and for the last 2000 years can rear its ugly head anywhere and at anytime.  We constantly hear of revival, but more often than not it is nothing more than changing their reformation from the hands of the Divine Potter to the hands of spiritual paramedics with good intentions forming the clay in their own image of a revived vessel.  I recently listened to a sermon online titled ‘Returning to Our First Love,’ which means whatever they first loved, they had moved away from it.  When I got married, people said I had a smile on my face from cheek to cheek… for the whole day! And in typical fashion we had a beautiful honeymoon in Hawaii.  To this day, I have the same feelings I had on my wedding day, but after our first year of marriage, I would sometimes be remiss in opening a door for my bride or lapse in giving her a bouquet of flowers and she would say, “Oh, is the honeymoon over?”  And I would say, “Nooo, our love grows with each passing day; it just keeps getting better and better.”

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