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Stand Your Ground Part 2

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading:  Numbers 13:26-32

Jesus gave His Disciples a lawful command to arm themselves and it was as appropriate then as it is now. The countries they were going in to were wrought with dangers, infested with robbers and wild beasts. There’s nothing new under the sun. Wild beast roam the streets of America and rob people of their valuables. I choose today’s Scripture reading in Numbers as a lesson in how not to stand your ground with the exception of Joshua and Caleb. In fact, when God gave our ancestors the Promised Land, He sent them out to observe the gift He had given them. But, what did they do? They complained about how weak and powerless they were compared to the inhabitants of the land. In other words, they were afraid to stand on the ground that God had given them. As a consequence, they spent the next 40 years in the wilderness and never did enter the land of promise. Did White Christian Americans let the savage Indians stop their westward migration from the Atlantic to the Pacific Oceans? No, they were familiar with the Bible story and saw the American frontier as their promised land.

The pioneers sold their possessions and bought a covered wagon, with provisions and guns to protect them in their journey to find their plot of God’s green earth to settle and raise their families. The thought that God was setting them up for defeat was the last thing on their minds. The only thing on their minds was the “High praises of God in their mouth and a two edged sword in their hand” (Ps. 149:6).

Stand Your Ground Part 1

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture reading:  Luke 22:35-38

Trayvon, Trayvoff… Trayvon, Trayvon, Trayvoff. Sung to the tune of the popular TV commercial “clap-on, clap-off.” Now there may be some who think I’m being insensitive and disrespectful to the memory of negro Trayvon Martin of which so much media hype, clamoring and hysteria has taken place in the last few weeks. A Mexican looking guy [I have since learned that he is a Peruvian] shoots and kills a negro. So what’s the big deal? It happens all the time and vice versa i.e. blacks shooting Hispanics. To find out what the big deal is one must probe a little deeper into the motives for what these miserable wretches in the media are trying to accomplish. Jesus knew them well saying, “Woe unto you scribes… you’re the children of them that killed the prophets.”

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.

Is Revolution Christian? Part 2

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

I should probably clarify the difference between a rebellion and a revolt.  It’s always a revolt when anyone resists the existing establishment – such is the nature of propaganda.  The same idea is conveyed today by calling someone a “terrorist” or “enemy combatant”, which are loophole terms to circumvent the Geneva Convention in the use of torture and most assuredly God’s Law of warfare. 

Rebellion is usually in the sense of an individual and thus a ‘rebel’, whereas a revolt is a collective rejection of authority.  Rebellion suggests treason against lawful authority.  The idiosyncrasy of these terms seems to get blurred when traitors usurp lawful authority and become the establishment.  I Samuel 15:23 uses the word ‘rebellion’ rather than revolt and it likens it to the sin of witchcraft.  The Hebrew word for rebellion means bitterness and is directed against God.  The same passage ends by saying, “Because thou hast rejected the word of the Lord, He hath also rejected thee from being king.”  It’s not the same thing as ‘resistance to tyranny.’  This begs the question: do we obey God by resisting tyranny?  The American Revolution was fought under the banner of this concept.

Is Revolution Christian? Part 1

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

I once heard a tax protester say that there needs to be a tax revolt, because taxes are so revolting.  If only Jimmy Durante were around today, he could look in any direction of the political spectrum and say that classic line, “What a revoltin’ development this is.”  Our founding fathers said, “No taxation without representation.”  Did Jesus pay taxes? 

We have an important object lesson in Mt. 17:24-27 where Christ and Peter are in Capernaum and a tax collector comes up to Peter and asked him if his Master pays tribute.  We can deduce from these passages that the annual collection had its origin in the maintenance of the Temple and thus an ecclesiastical tax, but over time had become a civil tax of earthly kings.  This tax was voluntary, but expected to be paid or in modern terms “voluntary compliance’.  Isn’t it strange that they would put people in jail for not volunteering? 

Is Revolution Christian?

by Pastor Mark Downey

The question of whether or not Christians can or should revolt is answered.

Part 1:  Jesus' teaching on taxation; revolution defined; the principle of revolution applied to the government; revolution as a spiritual movement.

Part 2:  Unauthorized rebellion is a recipe for tyranny; Paul, Carodoc and Boadicea; we cannot be free without Christ; Rex Lex and Lex Rex; the circle of life.

Spirit Steady – Combat Ready Part 1

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

In Charles Dicken’s ‘A Tale of Two Cities’, a well known classic line stated, “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.”  I’ve been hearing for years that these are trying times and that it’s an exciting time in which we live.  I’m guilty of repeating these clichés, but I don’t find it very exciting when my patience is tried.  Nevertheless, Scripture saith, “Tribulation worketh patience” (Romans 5:3).  So, men and brethren, what shall we do? 

We live in a day and age in which there are some very smart and wise people as well as despicable idiots; the best and the brightest vs. the worst and the dullest.  We live in an era of true believers and also rancid atheists.  It is a winter of freezing blizzards and a summer of scorching drought.  We put all our cards on the table, yet have nothing to wager – nothing to win and nothing to lose.  Millions think they will be raptured off to heaven and millions resign themselves to the pits of hell.

Spirit Steady – Combat Ready Part 2

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

Ask not what you can do for your country; ask what your country is doing to you.  Josiah did what we should be doing and he did that which was right in the sight of the Lord.  Back in the Pacific Northwest there was an incident of White high school football players taking their chainsaws to a sacred Indian totem pole.  The media was aghast, but I got on cable access TV in Seattle and lavishly praised the boys for a job well done and told the story of Josiah.  The Zionist Occupational Government doesn’t want you poking your nose into their business of running and ruining your life through the worship of Baal.  Do you really think that polls, surveys or even elections have any basis in reality anymore?  We only have the illusion that our opinion and choices are relevant.  If they cared one iota about what we think, they would not be trying to kill us ever so softly with the spiritual warfare of an antichrist Babylon.  If they could get away with it, they would have sharp and shiny guillotines in every town square in America and heads would roll.  Believe it or not, this is already a national Public Law called the Noahides. 

Spirit Steady – Combat Ready

by Pastor Mark Downey

A look at our spiritual and physical demands required from God. 

Part 1: A fair and balanced examination of spiritual warfare; how to deal with an increase in knowledge; preparing for the harvest. 

Part 2: The antichrist enemy is prepared to destroy White Christians; ungodly economics of Babylon; being in agreement with God is a release of sin/debt; arming ourselves with the Word of God.

Sword of the New Covenant

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

The invention of the sword goes back to the early Egyptians around the time of the Bronze Age, which was about a thousand years after Adam.  I believe metallurgy was a gift from God to the White race.  Two identification marks (and there are over 100) of Israel would be great agricultural wealth and land having an abundance of minerals.  Deut. 8:9 covers both aspects, “A land wherein thou shalt eat bread without scarceness… a land whose stones are iron, and out of whose hills thou may dig brass.” 

Swords developed gradually from the scythe, a farming tool used to harvest grain.  But where did the White man get the idea for a sword?  I think it’s interesting that God introduces the first recorded weapon of war in the Bible, not man.  If you recall Adam and Eve being driven out of the Garden of Eden, God placed the “Cherubim and a flaming sword that turns every way to guard the way to the tree of life” (Gen. 3:23).  The idea of a sword then is to protect something.  In early usage, the sword, no doubt, defended their source of life, their gardens, from outside threats. 

If you look up the word ‘sword’, you’ll find the Hebrew word ‘chereb’ (#2719), which comes from 2717 meaning ‘to parch (through drought)’, supporting the word chereb, which means drought, having a secondary definition of ‘a cutting instrument (from its destructive effect), as well as 2717 saying, ‘by analogy, to desolate, destroy, kill.

The Battle of Blood River

 
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December 16, 1838

by Pastor Mark Downey

I get frequent inquiries from believers as well as mockers and doubters as to where God is these days.  Where is He?  They ask, “Why isn’t He performing supernatural miracles like the ones we read about in the Bible?”  And of course I answer with the affirmation that He is the same yesterday, today and forever; that where two or more are gathered in His name, there He is in the midst of them. 

There are some phenomenon’s that defy explanation, unless you’re a Bible-believing Christian and pray in faith knowing that that prayer will be answered and that everything will be well.  In spite of all the terrible things that surround us, there is still hope and proof of deliverance.  Our God delivers.

Vow of the Voortrekkers, Battle of Blood River

"My brothers and fellow citizens, here we stand in the presence of the Holy God, creator of heaven and earth, to make a vow unto Him, that if His protection shall be with us and He give our enemy into our hand so that we might be victorious over him, that this day and date every year shall be spent as a memorial and a day of thanksgiving, just as a Sabbath is spent and that we shall erect a temple to His honor wherever it will be pleasing to Him and that we shall also instruct our children that they must also share in it, as well as for our generations yet to come. Because the Honor of His name shall thereby be glorified and the glory and honor of the victory shall be given Him." 

Vow of the Voortrekkers
December 9, 1838
Battle of Blood River

Love Your Enemy

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

A discussion of what "love your enemy" does not mean, and an explanation why we are taken advantage of by the enemies of God.

The gods of Shock and Awe

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

Discussion of how the Iraq War is a sham and why we support our troops ... to mutiny.

A Time To Kill

 
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By Pastor Mark Downey

The reason I selected Ezekiel 3:17-24 for today’s Scripture reading for this subject is to warn the wicked, those who have misappropriated the Word of God for the justification of ungodly acts that result in the loss of life.  It is never a time to kill if there is no divine sanction.  We call that murder and we’ve been discussing murderers for the last couple of weeks.  God’s resolution for homicide is not a life sentence in prison, not plea bargaining, not extradition, not counseling and therapy.  It is death.  It is the only principle of law of ‘eye for an eye, tooth for a tooth’, or to boil it down to the law of like for like, that without it, would utterly destroy the peace of society, sowing the seeds of discord, hatred and revenge.  It is the law of retaliation as prescribed by God.  In other words, we must convincingly establish the axiom that crime does not pay.  Sin is the transgression of the Law and the wages of sin is death

The Church Militant Part 2

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

Jesus Christ is described as a Lamb and a Lion. This simply means there's a time for peace and a time for war (Eccl. 3:8). There's a balance between love and hate, depending on circumstances. One of the biblical rules of warfare before any shots are fired, is to proclaim peace to your enemy. Deut. 20:10 says "when thou come near a city to fight against it, then proclaim peace unto it." The olive branch of peace that Christ offered to His adversaries was to tell them to repent and be baptized, change their simple ways and cleanse their thinking with the Word; very peaceful, no shots fired.

The Church Militant Part 1

by Pastor Mark Downey

People usually don't associate Jesus as a soldier or even as a military commander, or having anything to do with a warrior class. The reason for this is because of the feminization of Christ from establishment religions representing Baal and, as such, Christ becomes their model for a pious pacifist. The historical Jesus, changed into a long haired wimp then, no longer is a threat to Babylonian-style politics. Most Christians don't regard Christianity as the form and substance of what we generally recognize a military to be. And yet, so many wars have been fought in the name of Christ and so much death because of Christ. The problem is, sometimes men die for another Christ, for false teachings that are interposed upon gullible believers and become the cannon fodder of nefarious ambitions which have nothing to do with the Word.

The Christian Military

by Pastor Mark Downey

A grossly overlooked aspect of Christianity is a call to arms as God commands us to be His battle axe.

Part 1:  The context of Christian militancy; establishing the Kingdom of God is Law enforcement; meeting the challenge to Christian authority; battle plans.

Part 2: Rules of warfare; our commander-in-chief, Jesus Christ; identification of enemy forces; resolve for victory.

Taking Dominion Part 2

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture reading:  Isaiah 62:1-12

From Lamentations 5:20-21 we read, "O Lord, why do you forget us forever, why do you forsake for such a long time? Restore us unto thee, O Lord, and we shall be turned; Renew our days as of old." Since the creation of Adam and his fall, our race goes through these vicious cycles of abandoning the Lord and that which pertains to dominion, specifically agriculture. Paradise was the garden of Eden. Adam was the farmer-rancher in charge. Prior to this farm falling into disgrace, God blessed them (Gen. 1:28), and told them to be fruitful and to have dominion over all life: plant and animals. This was the first covenant of scripture about which all of God's Word crystallizes our responsibilities in life.

Taking Dominion Part 1

 
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by Pastor Mark Downey

This subject really opens a Pandora's Box of so many other related topics like the Kingdom, God's Law, prophecy, history and biblical exegesis or interpretation of scriptures. There is much debate as to the level of applying dominion: racially, culturally, geographically, individually, nationally, etc. Much of the confusion comes from a loose evolving confederation of religious movements such as Dominion Theology, Reconstructionists, Kingdom Now and others, in contrast to what I would call anti-dominionists, all of which call themselves Christians and together form the perfect dialectic. Who do you suppose profits from the thesis and antithesis? Well, probably those who aren't Christian and presently have dominion

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