Burying the Bad Figs in the Sand


by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading: Jeremiah 24:3-10

Sand castles will eventually wash back to the sea. The jewish reign of terror will eventually fall of its own weight like a house of cards. And when it comes tumbling down it will fall quickly: “For in one hour is thy judgment come” Rev. 18:10. Those people, who have their heads buried in the sand, think that if they can’t see you, you can’t see them; but their rear end is sticking up in the air for an enemy to stick a sign on it saying “kick me.” In their minds they cannot hear or see what’s happening and therefore it really isn’t happening at all. Oblivion can happen to victims and victimizers. Romans 13 is perverted when government becomes a terror to good people. Crime does not pay. Oh, it may pay handsomely for a season, but nothing escapes the attention of God and certainly not the justice due the bad guys or as the Bible puts it, the bad figs. Our society is an emerging police state in which public servants think of themselves as the masters of the universe. If your life is dependent on the bureaucracy, you need to be in the upper echelons of the food chain in order to survive the alleged coming depopulation of 5 billion to a reduced 500 million people on the earth. Or you can bank on God’s plan for the ages where He likewise has a depopulation program, but it’s eliminating the eliminators, those who think they’ve gotten away with murder. I much more prefer to anticipate the Second Coming of Jesus Christ and what that entails rather than the predictions of false prophets, which we have no shortage of.

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?

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

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


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.

Love Your Enemy


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


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


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 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.