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It's Going to Get Better

 
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Sermon notes of Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading:  II Cor. 4:1-6

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Madison Square Gardens for the World Heavyweight Championship. Introducing in this corner, the reigning world champion from Jew York City... Pessimism. And in the other corner, the contender hailing from New Jerusalem... Optimism. Well, you know I'm hamming it up a bit, but I wanted to convey the great fight before us. This is 2017, which could be called the year of the epic brawl between Jacob-Israel and Esau-Edom. Today is March 19th and in four days (3-23-17) we will begin to launch the first rounds of firepower in spiritual warfare against the pride and haughtiness of the Mainstream Media followed by 39 other days of unrelenting imprecatory salvos heard in the Court of Divine Justice, which of course is much higher than the Supreme Court, because it is adjudicated upon by Almighty God. It's going to be one hell of a main event. For the good and faithful Israelite, it's all positive Christianity. It don't get any better than that. I have gotten nothing but affirmation for our imprecatory campaign. Nobody in Christian Identity is whining about how it's going to get worse. Well, maybe for the jews and their shabbez-goy things aren't working out as they thought they would under the Protocols of Satan.

For those who say it's going to get worse before it gets better, let me just say, "Give me a break." I just find doom and gloom boring. Conversely, I find David's well placed sling shot between the eyes of Goliath exhilarating and inspirational. Indulge me for a moment while I paraphrase Mt. 24:5: "Many shall come yapping their mouths as some kind of expert giving Christianity lip service… and shall deceive many (causing our people to err)." It occurs to me that those who heed the Lord's warning and avoid babbling buffoons must be what constitute the Remnant, who sees things in an entirely different perspective than most people.

Surrender to the enemies of Christ is not in the vocabulary of onward Christian soldiers. The only thing we surrender is our hearts and minds to the will and purposes of our God. Every now and then I hear of somebody in our movement who throws in the towel, thinking the battle is lost, this generation is lost, and our people have lost their minds and thus any hope for the future. What they usually don’t consider is that our people have lost their spiritual direction and moral compass. We are appropriately called the lost sheep of the house of Israel. But that does not mean the Holy Spirit has disappeared. It just means our faith is temporarily waning in the fog of Babylon. We're going to clear things up.

It's Going to Get Worse

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading:  I Peter 4:12-14

Have you ever heard the phrase 'it's gonna get worse before it gets better'? Of course you have. They've pounded it into our heads more times than the number of McDonald's hamburgers ever made. Speaking of which… have you heard about this documentary movie called 'Super Size Me'? It's about this guy that lives on a McDonald's fast food menu for one month. I guess you could call it the 'Golden Arches Diet'; nothing else but Big Macs, Eggs McMuffins, Chicken McNuggets and greasy fries. This gentleman, being under medical supervision, was almost hospitalized near the end of his little experiment. But, it just goes to show you that things can get worse depending on what you put into your body, mind and spirit. Like junk food, we can feed our heads with mindless mantras of doom 'n gloom.

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? Part 2

 
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Sermon notes of Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading: Revelation 2:25-29

The end of the Church Age commences with the collapse of Mystery Babylon. It is this interim of time from the fall of our great enemies to the Second Coming of Christ that we “occupy till He comes” Luke 19:13. It's true that for the last 2000 years, the generation that followed the Apostles have had the wrong kind of occupation. The overcomers will rediscover the original intent of the 1st century command, which was not the establishment of a state church or a church state, like Mormonism in Utah or the Vatican, but rather an expansion of spiritual values in Israelite (White) societies. Nor did the parable imply that the “nobleman” (Christ) expected financial gain through usury from the nominal “ten pounds” that He gave His servants. In verse 14 it mentions citizens who hated Him and said, “We will not have this man to reign over us.” This, of course, are the jews who historically have made their wealth and power from the avarice of being the world's foremost temple moneychangers and control freaks of a born again Babylon. Why would Jesus tell His servants to do the same thing His enemies were doing? Well, He wouldn't. The overcomer will know that the word “occupy” did not mean the occupation of nations defeated by unjust and ungodly wars, such as the occupation of Germany by America since the aftermath of WWII. WWII was simply one of many jewish wars in which “The kingdom of heaven has suffered violence, and the violent take it by force” Mt.11:12. The command Jesus gave His servants was spiritual and it's still in effect today. His servants could only be those who He identified as such: “But you, Israel, are My servant” Isaiah 41:8. The ten servants were the ten tribes of the northern house who became lost sheep. That's who Jesus said He came for (Mt. 15:24).

Overcomers of What? Part 1

 
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Sermon notes of Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading:  I John 5:4-5

In 1989 I attended the Scriptures for America Family Bible Camp in Colorado hosted by the late Pastor Pete Peters, along with approximately 400 other Identity Christians. This is back when our movement was burgeoning with new converts and unfortunately fringe elements. It was the first time I was introduced to the salient implications of the Christian overcomer. Peters started his message by asking the audience “Do you want to be an overcomer?” Prior to giving his evening sermon, I remember that day, questionnaires were handed out asking, “What do you have to have more than anything else to be an overcomer?” And he played a tape recording of people trying to answer that question also. A lot of people said faith or trust or Christ, but that evening Peters said “Nobody got the right answer.” That may have been because the question was asked tongue in cheek because his answer was so rhetorical in his sphere of sophistry. Then, as if he received lightning bolts from Heaven, he yelled out his answer... “You've got to have something to overcome!!!” Well, duh... yeah. I remember at the time, that after Peters embarrassed so many people, who did get it right with I John 5:4, that he needed to overcome his self-serving attitude. But, I'm grateful that he broached the subject, which decades later has become a spiritual imperative for the serious Christian. Obviously, it has not been taken seriously by churchianity, otherwise we wouldn't have the excessive amount of egregious problems to overcome compared to 1989. A deeper understanding of the overcomer is certainly racial in nature and the first thing you need to be, to be an overcomer, is that you need to be White. As I recall, I put down 'Israelite' on the questionnaire... crickets. That's what you need, your identity.

In my initial research, I googled 'overcomer' and the first website I went to had a book that was published in Nigeria. Evidently, a black Nigerian found something to overcome; maybe it was the White man and he dreamt of a Nigerian Jesus. Can a Nigerian change his skin or a leopard its spots (Jer. 13:23)? I modified it from Ethiopian, but it's the same principle. But, for our purposes, it's intriguing that the rest of the verse is wildly translated as to whether the negro can do good with such a track record of being evil. I'll give you two poignant examples of what I'm talking about; the first is from the KJV, which reads ...

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 Part 10

 
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Scripture Reading: Revelation 11:3-12

In this last chapter of our series, 'The Future of Prophecy,' it is sobering and awe-inspiring to think that we might be the generation that will witness the most important fulfillment of prophecy in the history of mankind.  We should “Count it all joy, when you encounter various trials, knowing that the testing of your faith results in endurance” James 1:2-3.  If this is the end of the age (not the world), then there's still a rough road ahead.  There are some prophecies that could not have been fulfilled until this generation, simply because of the primitive communications of times past and the recent advances in technology to connect the entire planet with unheard of speed and efficiency.  With that thought, let us consider Jesus prophesying a great fear among people worldwide, outlining calamities that would increase in magnitude and frequency (Mt. 24:7 i.e. “there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers places”).  Therefore, to discern the fulfillment of these disasters, people must have the means to know and react to them.   Modern electronics now facilitates “an increase in knowledge” (Daniel 12:4).  Without this blessing of invention from above, Christian Identity would not be possible.  “And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come” Mt. 24:14.  All Aryan nations shall be informed of their identity and all mongrel nations shall turn against the White race.  That's what we're seeing in 2016 with outrageous calls for the elimination of the White race and the implementation of flooding White nations with strangers and their strange gods. 

The Future of Prophecy Part 9

 
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Scripture Reading: I John 2:18-26

The average Christian of whatever stripe may wonder how there can be so many interpretations of prophecy.  They can't all be right.  Bible prophecy is the business of predicting the future, sometimes literal and sometimes in figures of speech, and is usually not established until it happens.  Its fulfillment must conform to the elements of the prediction.  A controversy emerges between several schools of eschatology, the study of end time prophecies.  The three major positions are the historicist, the futurist and the preterist.  For our purposes in identifying the truth, the historicist position has been the most widely accepted and accurate means of understanding prophecy in Christian Identity.  Likewise, before the Protestant Reformation, there was no other position than the historicist; as the name implies, it explains God's Word in sacred and secular history, both of which is His Story and proves God is true. The Protestant Reformers understood correctly, events that had come to pass fulfilling the veracity of Scripture. On the other hand, the futurists disregard the past and place the works of God in the distant future.  And then along came the preterists to say all prophecy has come and gone.  The Reformation was a great threat to the RCC and both factions were a danger to jews.  So the jews created an opposition to the historicist view within the church, both Protestant and catholic.  We will see how they spread their confusion, and know them today by their rotten fruit of false interpretations.  The righteousness of prophecy can only be ascertained by identifying the right people in the right time frame of divine prediction.  False prophets have thus rejected God's plan and purposes.

The Future of Prophecy Part 8

 
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Scripture Reading: Revelation 3:1-6

We are creatures of habit sometimes moreso than creatures of God.  The first thing most people do when they wake up in the morning is to wake up, stretching, yawning and other bodily functions.  Then you shuffle to the kitchen to get a pot of coffee going in order to wake up and smell the coffee, which is also a euphemism used to tell someone that they are wrong about one thing or another and need to pay attention to what is really happening.  I woke up last week to a smoke alarm blipping; there was no fire, it's just that the batteries were low.  It got my attention and I was immediately focused to correct the situation.  Most people wake up to their routines and are not yet focused on what is really happening.  Their only alarm is their alarm clock and you turn it off as it so rudely interrupts a dream you were having.  The body and mind are activated to get out of bed.  But, how long does it take to charge your spiritual batteries?  What if our habitual routine of things were preceded by something completely different.  What if the Holy Spirit took charge right off the battery of life before the demands of body and mind.  This is what is called a paradigm shift, a change from one way of thinking to another.  Let's suppose that the first thing we do, the first minute of waking from sleep, whether laying down or sitting on the edge of your bed, your eyes are open and you contemplate the invisible presence of God and your second thought is that this could be the day that He makes His presence visible.  Quite a profound prospect don't you think?  As a result of the silent meditation, even if it's for one minute, your first contact of the day is with the mind of God, not your own mind.  The paradigm for the rest of the day is that your spiritual batteries are charged and you're ready to face the day with divine insight.

The Future of Prophecy Part 7

 
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Scripture Reading: Isaiah 40:21-25

If I were to encapsulate last year with one word I would say that it was the year of thunder.  I think there was an escalation of political, religious and economic rumblings and a whole lot of shaking going on; loud noises coming from all quarters.  Before we moved to Kentucky from Washington state, we had never heard thunder as loud as it gets here.  We live an area of northern Kentucky where the cold Arctic currents of wind clash with the warm winds coming up from the Gulf of Mexico and thus a great amount of thundering results.  Thunder usually precedes the winds of a storm.  Therefore, observing the signs of the times, 2016 looks like it will be the year of the winds, not only meteorologically, but the three components mentioned above, which happen to constitute Mystery Babylon.  Last year I wrote a two part sermon simply called 'Wind'.  Since I've been indulging in prophecy, I can now see a prophetic significance to wind, being that it has a lot to do with spiritual warfare.

The Future of Prophecy Part 6

 
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Scripture Reading: Isaiah 46:9-10

Prophecy is our heavenly Father's business and it's what His Son told His earthly parents, Mary and Joseph, when inquiring as to His whereabouts, still a mere child, “Jesus said to them, Why is it that you were looking for Me?  Didn't you know that I had to be in My Father's house?” Luke 2:49.  In other words, it was necessary for Him to be engaged in matters concerning God's occupation of time; His time on earth was a divine work.  “The testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy” Rev. 19:10.  God created time and therefore transcends the past, present and future.  The Lord is not bound by time and space as we are.

The Future of Prophecy Part 5

 
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Scripture Reading: Isaiah 45:9-12

Full page knee-jerk headline in the New York Daily News a few days after another alleged mass shooting in San Bernardino, CA, on 12-2-15“God Isn't Fixing This” was the full page headline in the New York Daily News a few days after another alleged mass shooting in San Bernardino, CA, on 12-2-15.  This time the theater of blood focused on Muslims killing 14 people for no apparent reason other than the FBI proclaiming it an act of terrorism.  Are we to believe everything the media scribes tell us after a steady diet of false flag operations and blatant deliberate lies following 9/11?  The pattern of cliches have become so knee-jerk and predictable that people's acceptance or rejection of the dialectic have become laughable or a great time of sorrow.

The Future of Prophecy Part 4

 
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Scripture Reading: Matthew 24:5-8

Wars and rumors of war.  Which is worse?  Well, don't worry, the future of prophecy is good by way of intelligent design, that no man may write the destiny of mankind without the hand of God.  That design, expressed throughout the Bible, is the preordained purpose to accomplish the will of God.  It is for our edification, which means learning and improvement.  We can look back in history (His story) and witness the veracity of the Word.  That history is an accounting of the progression of the Kingdom of God.  If we have the ears to hear it and eyes to see, we can prepare for the future and learn from the past.  Jewish supremacist decry and deny White Supremacy as something evil; whereas judaism has been the historical adversary to Christianity and the Christian faith has only been advanced by the White race.  What's wrong with that picture?  It is hypocritical and preposterous to claim the identity of God's chosen people while mocking and failing to measure up to the standards of true Israel.  The power of prophecy has the supernatural wherewithal to make an entire race of people repent, because it is the Truth and the Truth is heard and seen.  “Consequently, faith comes from hearing the message, and the message is heard through the word of Christ” Romans 10:17.  It changes our behavior, going from backsliding sinners to repentant believers.  Zuwr strangers cannot hear the Word.  Christ said only His people Israel can hear Him.  “My sheep hear My voice” John 10:27.  The last 2000 years has been one conflict after another.

The Future of Prophecy Part 3

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading:  Matthew 4:17, 6:33

In prophecy, what is the Kingdom?  When Pastor Elmore related his experience from 40 years ago in last week's sermon about his quest for the truth and asked a judeo-Christian minister, “What is the Kingdom?” and to his surprise, the minister said, after consulting stacks of books, “I don't know what it is either,” we can safely say that not much has changed in an entire generation. For such an incompetent reply, these kinds of retarded ministers have no business being behind a pulpit.  Perhaps I Peter 3:15 escaped his mind to “Be ready always to give an answer to every man that asks you a reason of the hope that is in you.”  For the future of prophecy is a hope in the Kingdom of God.

The Future of Prophecy Part 2

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading: Luke 10:2

In prophecy, what is the harvest?  From today's Scripture reading, the harvest simile commenced during Christ's lifetime, as He sent out 35 advance teams of 2 disciples (student interns) each (70) to the venues where Christ would go for ministering.  If the prohibition of going to the heathen and Samaritans was sound advice, is there any reason to believe that they would go to places where Christ was not scheduled to go?  Does one harvest their crops in thickly wooded forest, the frigid tundra or tropical jungles?  No, we harvest our crops from the cultivated areas from which we planted seed and gave nourishment.  Christ bids His students, whether it was directed to the 12 or the 70 is immaterial, to pray for the Lord of the harvest, which is proof of prayer being made to He who has the care and charge of the whole election of grace, to wherever the elect reside, that He will send forth laborers into His harvest.  Why?  Because the elect are scattered throughout the world and are a particularly vast multitude, specifically Christ's compassion for the lost sheep of the house of Israel; men perishing for a lack of knowledge and sheep without a shepherd.  The harvest is not found in every square inch of the earth, but in the fields of the world, where a potential bounty is planted.  Universalism would go on missions where they dared to check Christ's orders.  They lacked not only an understanding of the prophetic harvest, but hindered it as well; they gave that which was holy to the dogs (Mt. 7”6).  Global elitists, i.e. those who want to rule the world without Jesus Christ, do not want Bible prophecy to interfere with the status quo and their power structure.  And so prophecy must be distorted and managed in their favor. 

Now the question arises, in light of the parable of the wheat and the tares, was the harvest that Christ ordered, partially fulfilled in His day, and then postponed until sometime in the future?  The analogy of a field is the appropriate venue, which takes in all of the Israelitish nations and cities, that would be overwhelmed by alien immigration.  We've see this ebb and flow of racial integration for the last 2000 years.  And likewise the jewish purges from over 100 Christian countries.

The Future of Prophecy Part 1

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading: I Cor. 13:4-10

If you recall, earlier this year, I did a series called 'Rebuttal to JVT,' and I mocked their promulgation of so called prophetic “blood moons,” the last of which was Monday morning on the 28th of September (2015).  And what spectacular event fulfilled all the hoopla we've been hearing from prophecy experts for the last couple of years?  Nothing, zip, zero, zilch.  The Pope came to America and made a big Jesuit ass out of himself, addressing Congress for the first time ever and not once did he mention Jesus Christ!  There is nothing in the prophets about the rank of Pope.  Russia and China have vowed to fight ISIS, because they know Obongo is Commander in Chief of ISIS.   There is nothing in the prophets allowing strangers, who are not our kin, to rule over us, unless the wrath of God is kindled and we get somebody like Barry Sotero as punishment.  Maybe the Apocalypse has been canceled until the next blood moons in 2033.  John Hagee, one of the most celebrated jewish stooges of the century, has milked this cash cow with his bestselling book rattling the cages of his followers, with the premise that “The coming four blood moons points to a world-shaking event that will happen between April 2014 and October 2015,” told reporters the day after the lunar lunacy, it meant, “an event of historical significance to the Jewish people is occurring or will occur.”  Do you think he could be a little bit more generalized with egg on his face, in saving face?  It's ironic that these prophecy teachers contend that it's the end of the world, when no such thing is taught in the Bible.  Nothing in the prophets indicates the planet earth will cease to exist.  Do you think he cares about God's Law for false prophets?  And why are so many people fooled by fools?  The blind lead the blind.  The prophets were never respected because they went against the status quo.

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.

Church of the Slam Dunk Part 2

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading: John 1:6-9

We've been looking at the sacred cow of full body immersion baptism.  Baptism is not really the best word, biblically speaking, for the practice of submerging oneself in a body of water.  I think what has happened is cognitive dissonance; when two things are so similar that the original intent is ignored for something else.  Our race has suffered from being shortchanged on important principles of biblical events such as the Flood account of Noah being borrowed by non-Adamic cultures.  After awhile, every stranger has their 'flood' legend, and the presumption becomes that it was worldwide, rather than local. If baptism is something other than water immersion, then their New Testament exegesis of Old Testament types and shadows cannot be supported.  They try to incorporate the parting of the Red Sea as some sort of baptizo on the Israelites, however, if you recall, it was Pharaoh's army that experienced the full body immersion.  And it was not Noah and his family that received the full body immersion during the flood.  The principle of the original has been lost or is not recognized. Just as God's chosen people don't know who they are, we have a situation today where the wrong people are calling themselves Israel.  It behooves us, therefore, to identify the principles of baptism from Genesis to Revelation.

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