by Pastor Mark Downey
Usually it's the heathen that refer to 'the White man's God', accompanied by primitive contempt and prejudice. This is understandable, being that the Bible has a few choice things to say about heathens. But why is it that you hardly ever hear White people refer to their God in a racial context? The Bible itself is racist in context. God is a racist, being that He created everything after its own kind and never sanctioned crossbreeding or mongrelization. In fact, "This (Bible) is the book of the generations of Adam" (Gen. 5:1).
The descendants of Adam later became known as Israelites. This racial stock of people comprised the twelve tribes of Israel. From the historical record we can follow these people from their Assyrian captivity to their westward migrations becoming the nations of Europe (see map). They were White, and they lost their Hebrew language, heritage . . . and God . . . to the passing of time. The identity of these people, being lost and found, was prophesied in Hosea 1:10 "It shall come to pass . . . where it was said unto them, ye are not my people, it will be said to them, ye are the sons' of the living God."
I'm putting this story of God and His choosing of a particular people on a fast track progression to arrive at my main point as indicated in the sermon title. I won't waste your time; here's the theme that runs throughout the Bible: "I will walk among you, and will be your God, and you shall be my people" (Lev. 26:12)." For thou art an holy people (meaning racially pure) unto the Lord thy God, and the Lord hath chosen thee to be a peculiar (or one's own) people unto Himself, above all the nations (or races) that are upon the earth" (Deut. 14:2). A lot of people don't like that, including our own kind, and that's too bad. This is so disturbing to some that they attempt to change God or eliminate Him altogether.
Today's message is categorically designed for White people who are atheists, agnostics or Christians who are so lost, they miss the point of Christianity. The latter comprises the majority of the church establishment known as judeo-Christianity. Some may think God is on trial, but really it is us. Let us turn our attention, then, to the debate.
A young man went to college and his professor would make fun of Christians for their faith. The professor put forth the question, "Who still believes without a doubt, in their mind, that God exists?" Only this one young man stood up and said, "I do". The professor is surprised at the youthful upstart and asked the lad, "Have you ever seen your God?" And the boy replied, "No." "Have you ever heard your God, touched your God, smelled your God?" To each of these, the boy answered no. The professor said, "Then I must conclude that your God does not exist." The boy sat down and wondered what he could say, and then raised his hand and asked if he could ask a few questions and the professor said sure. The boy asked him, "Have you ever seen your brain?" and the professor replied no." Have you ever touched your brain, smelled it, heard it or tasted your brain?" and to each the professor said no." Then, with all due respect, I must conclude that your brain does not exist."
Likewise, have you ever seen the wind? No, but we can feel its effect blowing against our face." No man hath seen God at any time", but "if we love one another, God dwelleth in us" (I John 4:12). The Bible is a book revealing cause and effects. We'll see a bit later how God manifested Himself in the person of Jesus Christ, and that still isn't good enough for some people. But you have to understand this is an infinite God relating to the finite mind of man. Speaking of infinity, look at the cosmos through a telescope or a single cell through a microscope. The macro and micro are basically the same thing. You can read about the complexities of a fertilized egg that turns into a man with a conscious and subconscious mind, having innate standards of morality and natural inclinations towards something greater than ourselves even though there are dark forces to negate it. Try to reconcile the myriad of these realities with a basic theory of random evolution or atheism.
Scientific discovery has revealed that the universe, at some point, began. Atheists have failed to identify the mechanism by which the universe could have created and developed itself by random chance, without any intelligence or Supreme Being. Evolution is still a theory, no matter how many times the jew Carl Sagan says 'billions and billions of years'. The obsession with evolution has become a religion for those who can count billions and billions of stars in the universe. With scientific advances in the last fifty years, it has become increasingly obvious that life is the result of intelligent design. There is bacteria that has a propulsion system more complex than an outboard motor on a boat. Design is the result of intelligence. Intelligence requires a mind. Who's mind designed life? Christians believe God is the Creator of all life. Non Christians believe humankind came from a primordial mud puddle. It is illogical to think that the Big Bang started from nothing or that, if something is to evolve from something, whatever it evolved from had to be created. Why? "Because that which may be known of God is manifest in them; for God hath shewed it unto them (who is them? . . . Those in possession of the truth). For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse" (Rom. 1:19-20).
Not believing in God (for lack of a better word) is much more a leap a faith than ever before. Faith contains proof; however, faith alone is not a requisite to prove God's existence. I think there is scientific proof that God designed the earth as a mathematical formula in relation to the rest of His Creation. Of the Seven Wonders of the World, only one remains in existence; the Great Pyramid of Giza. Many scholars believe it is a prophetic stone witness designed to corroborate Divine Revelation. It is without a capstone, as scripture refers to Christ as the Chief Corner Stone, the Stone which the builders rejected is yet to become the head of the corner. It's a fascinating study, but that's not what I want to focus on. God would not be God if He were not perfect, therefore, His Creation is also perfect. I want us to look at the number 7. The biblical meaning of the number 7 is spiritual perfection and repeats itself in so many significant manifestations, that it pushes the envelope of coincidences to astronomical odds. It is really unexplainable by random chance, thus, the evidence of God's Creation is everywhere.
The White man's God instituted a 7 day week. No other religion can make this claim. There are 7 major body parts; 7 orifices in the head; 7 layers of epidermal skin. It takes 7 years to replace every cell in the body. There are 7 types of body excretions; 7 glands at the base of the brain; 7 body systems. The body is 7/10's water. We are capable of pronouncing 7 distinct vowel sounds. There are 7 basic types of life on earth. 7/10's of the earth is covered by water. There are 7 musical notes; 7 continents; 7 oceans. Christ was born in the 7th month, October, calculated from Abib/April. But I think you get the idea. We don't know why God chose 7, but we do know it has been ignored by modern science and modern religion. Is this all a happy accident?
Indulge me for a moment. I believe our physical body is a container, a temple, a vessel of honor for God's Spirit. Once we defeat self will and ego, we are opened to be filled with God's Spirit, and we'll only be able to do God's will. Hebrews 11:6 FF explains that "without faith it is impossible to be pleasing; for he who comes to God must believe that He exists." We all struggle with submitting to God. We either accept or reject the truth. If one denies God, blindness continues to be upon that person. Love God and you will see through the illusions of darkness. Here's a profound thought: to change even one person is to change the manifest destiny of our race. Where would Germany have been, had it not been for the Christian awareness of Adolf Hitler? If we want social change, let it begin with our faith in God. Surely the skeptic can find some truth. To establish the credibility of God, we must establish the reliability of the timeless standards of truth in the Bible. The biblical record of events can be verified with secular history and archaeology. Hundreds of prophecies have been fulfilled, and specifically those concerned true Israel . . . the White race. One must read the Bible if one considers themselves intelligent and, in so doing, you cannot help but notice the integration, synchronization and harmony of 66 books written by 40 inspired writers over a period of 1600 years.
Discovering the true nature of God is to believe that He is all powerful, all knowing and at all places at all times. The Word of God tells us the truth about His character and attributes. The ultimate question and answer to the meaning of life is either with or without God. When we remove God, we lose any transcendent purpose for which our lives may serve. We become nothing more than a housefly. What difference would it really make whether we lived like Robert E. Lee or Pee Wee Herman? There are plenty of moral White people without Christ in their lives. This is the hopeless outlook of those who base their belief system on materialism, evolution and the presumption that life on earth is all there is. If God exists . . . men and brethren, what shall we do? We remove the secular humanism from our society and install the supernatural properties of right and wrong, and our hope of eternal life.
We are not mere robots placed here by God. We have absolute free will to accept or reject a divine destiny. We can choose to live a meaningless life or a life with eternal purpose. Who has time to ponder the meaning of life in these days of rat race programming? Those who momentarily reflect upon where we come from and where we are going, belch a beer burp and think they're the highest form of life in the food chain. Their future existence is devalued from being the children of light, of God, to being one of the many species of animals on the planet. If you look at the last 150 years of history, it is sad that mankind (Adamkind) thinks that our civilization has significantly advanced, when in fact, we have only advanced in more sophisticated forms of corruption and decay. I think there was a better quality of life 200 years ago, because there was more spiritual discernment according to the laws and love of God.
Our patriarchs chose to have a relationship with God through His Son, Jesus Christ. There's many other ideas about life, but they will prove to be inaccurate and disappointing. Skeptics always fail. Once you understand this predicament at the crossroads of life, you have the choice to follow God's plan. God made each of us for a purpose. But before we can fulfill that purpose, we have to establish a real relationship with God. One way to find the nature of God is to look at the nature of Jesus Christ. If you test the evidence and put forth the exhibits before the jury claiming that Jesus is God in the form of man, then what better place to look than the Book of Truth. Let's confirm this point in I John 5:20 "and we know that the Son of God is come, and hath given us an understanding, that we may know him that is true, even in his son Jesus Christ. This is the true God, and eternal life." In Mt. 28:18 Christ declares "all power is given unto Me in heaven and earth." This establishes that He is all powerful. John 16:30 demonstrates that He is all knowing: "Now we know that you know all things . . . that you came out from God." In Mt. 28:18, Jesus says, "I am with you always" which reflects His attribute of being everywhere at all times. In John 1:1, Jesus is the Word and establishes God's eternal nature. Hebrews 13:8 mirrors God's unchanging nature in "Jesus Christ the same yesterday, today and forever."
The specific details of His birth, life, ministry, death and resurrection, all in fulfillment of Old Testament prophecy prove the deity of Christ. Some claim the death of Christ is proof that He could not have been God, however, His death was not due to any failure on His part. It was the will of God that He voluntarily suffer and die so to make reconciliation for the sins of the people, and to destroy the curse of Adam's Fall, the curse of death. It's a racial thing. The doctrine of the deity of Christ is the most important tenet of Christianity and, therefore, explains why it is so perverted by antichrist jews, communist spawned Jehovah Witnesses, Masonic Mormons and other satanic cults who have even tried to worm their way into Christian Identity.
What makes the resurrection of Christ so remarkable is the fact that He raised Himself. He told His killers "destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it up" (John 2:19). Here's the point:"If in this life only we have hope in Christ, we are of all men most miserable. But, now is Christ risen from the dead . . . for as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive" (I Cor. 15:19-20, 22). Jesus could say "I am the way, the truth and life, no man comes to the Father, but by Me" because He lived the perfect life. No other religious figure in history has ever made these claims. According to Ephesians 2:9 we are saved by grace through faith; it's a gift from God. There is no work, good intentions or rituals that we can build a relationship with God. Acts 4:12 is clear that there is no other authority whereby we are saved or delivered from unrighteousness.
Anyone can claim to be God. The difference with Jesus is that His life is completely backed by evidence. There are over 300 messianic prophecies written before the birth of Christ, and all were fulfilled except those dealing with the second advent. What some people have difficulty in believing is whether or not Jesus rose from the dead 3 days after His crucifixion. This has never been done before or after Christ. Why? Because God only incarnated Himself in one person, who He defined as His Son. Much in the same way, He unilaterally chose one race to be in His image. Everyone must sit in the jury box and vote upon the evidence for the resurrection to know who Jesus really was. Jesus said that He alone was the way to the Father (John 14:6). He alone revealed the Father (Mt. 11:27, Luke 10:22). Jesus claimed to be God (John 8:58, Ex. 3:14), forgave sins (Mark 2:5, Luke 5:20, 7:48), and rose from the dead (Luke 24:24-29, John 2:19).
When Jesus said He was the only way, He was either telling the truth, crazy or a liar. At the very least, most would agree that Christ was a good man. How then could He be good and crazy, or good and a liar? We Christians are not arrogant or stupid when we believe He was telling the truth. He was and is the only way. Those who are most opposed to the deity of Christ are those mongrelized jews who crucified God in the flesh 2000 years ago, because they are the ones who are insane and liars. Even today, there are so-called Christians who deny the supernatural phenomenon of Christ being the manifestation of God, and crucify Him again because they willingly refuse the faith necessary to advance the Kingdom of Heaven on earth. There is an emptiness in their lives that drags the body politic through the murky mentality of shallow theologies, theories and philosophies.
Christianity is a relationship with God. It is trusting in Jesus and what He did on the Cross for you (I Cor 15:1-4), not on what you can do for yourself (Eph. 2:8-9). Don't be persuaded by those who mock the idea of 'letting Christ into your heart' because those exact words aren't in his Bible. The principle of cause and effect with God and man is very much a reality. The Bible is unlike any other book, although it is just a book, as the Mona Lisa is just a painting, even though it's a masterpiece! So, too, is a picture of lightening different than actually being struck by a bolt of lightening. The Bible, as a book, isn't the Word of God, although it contains the revelation of God. More accurately, Jesus is the Word (John 1:14) and more fully God's revelation of Himself (Luke 2:32, John 14:9). You have to think outside the box to prove all things with the living word, not just ink on paper. What good are musical notes if they're not played on an instrument? The Bible itself can't prove God exists anymore than science can disprove His existence. Man doesn't have the intellectual capacity to understand the infinity of God, otherwise he'd go out and start making his own universe.
Man can argue that God and Jesus Christ are not the same and, in so doing, put limitations on something that is unlimited. Luke 1:37 tells us "with God nothing shall be impossible". Does that mean He can turn Himself into a flesh and bone man? Yes. Another scripture says "God is a Spirit". Does that mean that God is only some kind of invisible gas? No. Man is lost trying to figure this out with only 1/10th of his brain. The Bible records the stories of people who did not have an appreciation of divine purpose; who were nevertheless touched by God. People who have read these accounts have connected for themselves the reality and inspiration of God. Reading and studying the Bible is good, but the Kingdom goes beyond scholastic preoccupation." The Kingdom of God is not in word, but in power" (I Cor. 4:19). For our lost racist kinfolk, that reads 'White Power'.
We all have doubts to a greater or lesser degree about the existence and nature of God. This is a healthy thing, because it keeps us from false assumptions about God, from pretenses about false gods and keeps us searching for the truth. The truth can make us free from the difficulties of life's most perplexing problems. Not everybody is going to get it." The natural man (who can only relate to things through his senses) receiveth not the things of the spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto Him: neither can He know them, because they are spiritually discerned. For who hath known the mind of the Lord, that he may instruct Him? But we have the mind of Christ" (I Cor 2:14, 16). This answers Isaiah 40:13 that asks the same question.
Doubt is the opposite of faith and, without it, there can be no faith. It's a hard thing to accept, the White man's God, who allows evil to exist, until we realize that to eliminate evil is to eliminate choice and free will. Would you rather be an automaton? We all have the gift of choice to do good or evil; to do God's will or our own. We could say that everything is God's will in the sense of predestination, but make no mistake about it; a life of self will or the absence of God's will is a limited, unfulfilled life. Even though the Rolling Stones can't get no satisfaction, the stone which the builders rejected is yet to become the head of the corner.
"For the Son of man is come to seek and to save that which was lost" (Luke 19:10). How fond our Master was of the sweet title 'Son of man'. He could have chosen flowery titles of nobility to satisfy the deity deniers, but He teaches us a lesson in humility. The lesson is that when we humble ourselves we shall, in God's timing, be vindicated. A sweeter thought is that Christ loved the White race so much that He always had the desire to honor it. We do not hear Him referred to as the Son of humanity or all races. Whenever He said 'the Son of man', He seemed to glorify the children of Adam. A more lovely thought still, is that God, in the form of Jesus, had no problem with being a man. It was a great stoop for Him to come from heaven and to be incarnate. It was a mighty stoop of condescension when He left the harps of angels to mingle with the vulgar herd of His own creatures, although He loved it.
When Christ came into the world, scripture says "Let all the angels of God worship Him" (Heb. 1:6). It was not done as a dark secret. Christ was never confused or apologetic about God becoming a man. There were no regrets, as this was part of His divine plan. He loved our race so much that He became one of us; a brother and near kinsman. A self evident truth is that whatever intents and purposes of Christ and His coming, they most certainly shall never be made null and void. The blood of Christ is of perpetual value, but the intent of His death (and this may surprise you) was never for the salvation of all men. Otherwise, there would be no need for the names of those blotted out or written in the Book of Life.
A big difference between God and man is that God will finish what He starts. The people with whom God hath indignation forever shall try to build the desolate places, but God will throw them down (Mal. 1:4). How little we realize how much there is above and beyond man's control. The great designs which man is unable to accomplish are due to the fact that Providence often runs quite contrary to the whims of self will. God does not want interracial space shuttles flying in the heavens, and so they come crashing back down to earth. If our God failed in His divine plan of racial purification, He would not be the God of the Bible. But we do witness the mighty works of a true and real God whereby He "will command and sift the house of Israel among all nations, like as corn is sifted in a sieve, yet shall not the least grain fall upon the earth" (Amos 9:9). Therefore, I cannot imagine the Son of man, in His atonement for the White race, to be in any way compromised.
If I were a jew and believed Jesus Christ to be a mere man, I would probably speculate that the redemption of His people would be uncertain and dubious. How can Christianity claim its namesake if Christ is anything less than the very God, equal and co-eternal with the Father? I dare not think that the design of His death does not accomplish its purpose. All the works of God have accomplished their purpose. The vessels of dishonor have most often been the instruments of accomplishing that purpose. They had no intention whatever of serving God. They have run contrary to His laws. But the divine bit and bridle is still in their mouth and jaws. Have you noticed how we are like minnows in a sea of sharks? The kings of the earth stood up and took counsel together against the Lord and His anointed race saying, "Let us break His bands asunder and cast His cords from us, but He that sitteth in the heavens did laugh at them; the Lord did have them in derision" (Ps. 2:3). He let them do as they pleased. God was in control. Isn't it obvious that King Boy George has the mind of a third grader and is compared to Alfred E. Neuman? Am I to think that Jesus Christ is no different than any other man; nothing more than you or me? What sort of heretic can contort the relationship of God and His people consummated at Sinai, with the New Testament marriage of the same parties?
Surely it is unimaginable, if our King, Judge and Lawgiver, in accord with His own will on earth, in the creation and preservation of men, that when He humbled Himself from His abode in heaven, to give His own heart's blood for our redemption, that He could in any way be stopped. I challenge you to stand at the foot of the Cross and take a long hard look at the blood sacrifice for our sins and imagine this was not God, but just a man who died in vain. Place yourself in Gethsemane and hear the agony of an incarnate God, the sighs of the Son of man. How can anyone not see the deity of Christ nailed to the Cross? What sort of man has ever died like this? Can you picture the blood from the veins of an incarnate Deity falling to the ground in vain? Is this the blood of an ordinary man? The Word made flesh shall not return to heaven in vain without fulfilling the divine purpose for which Christ came.
Open your eyes to those who mock the Master. Do you see the crown of thorns with its ruby drops of gore? Hear the cry of the mongrels as they say "Crucify him, crucify him" because they are outraged over the fulfillment of a prophetic messiah. The purpose of God was accomplished by way of murder. Should Jesus Christ suffer this shame and spit again in our time? Should a remnant not be in fulfillment of their calling? God forbid! We at Kinsman Redeemer Ministries are pledged to the strong belief that what Christ designed must be accomplished with or without those who deny His deity. The mockery has not ceased. They still taunt Him with "if thou be the Son of God, come down from the Cross". To these people who agitate against the cause of Christ, there is no debating them. They are incapable of an argument for one reason. They are lost.
"Say unto them, as I live, saith the Lord God, I have no pleasure in the death of the wicked, but that the wicked turn from his way and live, turn ye, turn ye from your evil ways for why will ye die, O house of Israel" (Ez. 33:11). If you die being lost to Christ, it is too late to be saved. God's perfect justice is in the Final Judgment. You see, everybody is going to be resurrected at that time, whereby you receive eternal life or your journey comes to a final end. There is no such thing as eternal death or punishment. The shake-n-bake, fry-n-cry eternal BBQ pit of hell is a myth. Some White people may think that they are not among those who are 'lost'. Christ tells us that He came "not to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance" (Mt. 9:13). He meant the self-righteous who think they're so good, they're going to heaven. Here's another bubble to be popped. No one is going to heaven (John 3:13). It all happens right here on earth (Mt. 6:10). Christ came not to die for men who can save themselves without Him. We know that all men are lost in Adam as soon as we are born. We become lost by practice. We are all lost because as children, we no sooner discover right and wrong, than we choose to practice wrong. The wages of practicing sin is death.
But Christ is able to save us. His salvation is able to redeem us from death. The Lord will only save those who can claim deep down in their souls that they are indeed lost. But, are we so lost that we think ourselves forsaken as whales mysteriously beach themselves to die? God forbid! We are not whales. We are sinners with the curse of Adam, whom God will bless. You may be down to your last drop of hope, while vultures circle overhead to pick apart your flesh. But remember the seed that was planted in your soul a long time ago. Yes, Jesus loves you. He has been seeking you all this time, and now at long last, He has found you. The Lord may find the lost on the top of their mountains of pride, or others in the deepest gutter of despair. He finds them in the worst of tempers, full of mischief, with hardened hearts, bearing false witness, and contentious. And so He takes them to Himself and softens their hearts, awakens their minds and subdues their pride.
Aren't you glad that the White man's God is the Great Shepherd that seeks after the lost sheep of the house of Israel who have wandered and gone astray? It must be the sovereign grace of divine miracle that brings the sinner back into the fold. What our lives meant will be judged by God and will determine whether or not we get our diplomas to advance with God eternally. Praise God . . . I am lost. This is why we need not be miserable in this life only. We have hope in the White man's God. 'I once was lost, but now am found, was blind, but now I see'. Amazing, is it not?