Taking Command of a Pure Language

by Pastor Mark Downey

Zephaniah 3:9 speaks of a "pure language" and I believe that language to be English. The reason given is that we may "serve Him with one consent." David prayed in his songs to the Lord, "Let the words of my mouth…. Be acceptable in Thy sight, O Lord" Ps. 19:14. Therefore, it should be a no-brainer to anyone who believes in God that the way we communicate with each other should be different from those who don't believe in God. Ezekiel prophesied of a future priesthood who would teach our people, "The difference between the holy and the profane" (Ezek. 44:23). Indeed, we have preachers today who utter profanities in both common colloquial and figurative abominations under the guise of God's Word.

There are two types of Christians in the public eye. The first is the ugly iconoclastic stereotype, which is the media generated hypocrite coined "Judeo-Christian". This is a well-deserved oxymoron that mixes the holy with the profane. The second is a lesser known Christian without any hyphenated abominations and reflects the valiant culmination of past generations, which is the racial tradition of chivalry representing the nobility of Christian ideology and living a life of dignity and honor. A foul mouth is more likely to come from the judaized mentality than a mind that has been kept clean of filth. It is a refreshing observation that most converts to Christian Identity, converse without a defiling spirit; although there is a residual worldly element that thinks cussing is cool.

Your Papers Please

by Pastor Mark Downey

In a police state you need documentation of who you are ...  but what’s more important is our identification in the eyes of God. 

Part 1: our God given right to travel; can the POTUS prove his citizenship?; killing Osama; the truth shall make us free. 

Part 2: no papers to preach; trust God, not the godless lying government; more on Osama and Obama.

Shake and Bake

by Pastor Mark Downey

Analysis of one of the most massive earthquake/tsunamis ever recorded.

Part 1: the jewish conspiracy and Japan’s economy; the mysterious HAARP; global blackmail.

Part 2: prophecy says the human devils are going to be wiped out; an era of natural and unnatural disasters; the antichrists run HAARP.

The Serpent of Genesis

by Pastor Mark Downey

I have been Christian Identity since 1976, but I am not Dual Seedline.  I have read just about every expositor for this theory and have come to the conclusion that a bit of a theological shell game has been played upon the casual observer “at a glance.”  It is not (IMHO) the two seeds [sic] of Gen. 3:15 that carry this theory, but rather the idea of a supernatural being acting as the only adversary to God who created what we know today as jews.  Without this supernatural character, the whole Dual Seedline theory collapses.  I put the [sic] after the word “seeds”, because it is a poor translation from the KJV and suggests that spirit beings, otherwise known as angels, can arbitrarily change to physical beings, biologically having a reproductive capacity.  There is no biblical foundation for this assumption.  Within Dual Seedline itself there are variations of opinion as to what actually impregnated Eve.

The Temptation of Eve and Jesus

by Pastor Mark Downey

It is assumed that just because the words "Satan" and "Devil" are incorporated into the Masoretic text, that proves the existence of a literal supernatural being. However, if we probe a little deeper into Scripture to see who or what is the principle of temptation in the case of both Jesus and Eve, we will discover something that cannot be easily dismissed or passed off as mere coincidence. To understand what tempts man, we must search scripture for an answer (to see whether it is a personification of evil called "Satan" or something else). I believe the answer is found in I John 2:16 which says, "For all that is in the world, the lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life, is not of the Father, but is of the world." The "Satan" or "Devil" is not mentioned as having anything to do with "All that is in the world." What this tells us is that all temptations of evil are of this terrestrial world.

The Madmen of Gadera

By Pastor Mark Downey

Jesus said, “Think not that I came to destroy the Law or the prophets” Mt. 5:16.  He was referring to the veracity of the Old Testament, which we call the Scriptures.  When the New Testament refers to the Scriptures, it is pointing to the Law and the prophets.  Therefore, the Old Testament establishes the truth about demons and/or evil spirits and the laws pertaining to them.  However, what Jesus told us not to think about or consider has been thought about and considered.  People have destroyed the laws against idols and idolatry through a change in language and culture. 

It can be shown quite convincingly that the demons and evil spirits of the Old Testament were nothing more than mere idols.  I Samuel is a good example of these terms being interchangeable through the experiences of King Saul.  Revelation 9:20 also equivocates “The works of their hands” with “devils” or “demons”, rather than supernatural entities.  At the time of Christ, the pagan belief in demons was rampant and even Israelite societies were rife with sacrificing to idols.  It was a perfect time for the arrival of the Messiah to pop their pagan bubbles.  It was a time in which Israelites thought they were worshipping the one true God of Israel when, in fact, they drifted far away from the original worship their patriarchs practiced.

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.

The Agony of a White Bride

Author unknown

When a White girl marries a Negro, her sun of life goes down;
glaring spots of sin appear on her wedding gown.
White and Black men stand aghast, while viewing this strange role
and mutter "they will wreck themselves, and damn each other's soul."

They know a carnivorous bug has crept into her brain
and she gave away her self respect, which left her half insane.
Now all her racial pride has flown beyond redemption's fold,
and she begins life's saddest tale that ever was told.

The Bread of Life


by Pastor Mark Downey

Most of my messages are preaching to the choir, but today I’d like to address the friends and relatives of the choir, the outsiders to the Christian Israel truth; and I’m sure you’ll find some food for thought as well.  Sometimes I write for the purpose of helping Christians find the purpose of their lives in Christ.  Jesus said, “I have come that you may have life, and that you may have it more abundantly” (John 10:10).  This has profound implications.  Bread… something used to hold the main part of a sandwich together; a side item to go along with the main meal; something children tear the crust from before eating.  Bread in our modern culture is really not a necessity.  One could function quite easily without bread.  Well, not so in biblical days.

At the very center of life during the times of Jesus and earlier, stood the stalks of grain that carried man from day to day.  Without bread, there was no life.  It is no accident that the most famous prayer in the Western world begins with, “Our Father, Who art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name.  Give us this day our daily bread.”  Daily bread – life - one day at a time.  The simplest things in the Bible often offer the deepest truths.  It is those very things which man often quickly writes off as insignificant or secondary that can open the door to the great spiritual truths of which Jesus spoke of. 

Hosea Chapter 2


by Pastor Mark Downey

Hosea Chapter 1 by Pastor Don Elmore

Several months ago Pastor Elmore asked me if I’d like to do tag team sermons on the first and second chapters of Hosea for a visit we were making to Pastor Harness’  church in Indiana and a second time for a Bible study farm family and I thought it was a great idea.  This is our third presentation and Don said we could probably expand our talks because we don’t have the time constraints we had before.  So, I have added some new material to elaborate on what Hosea was and is telling us. 

Don and I learned something about each other’s approach to sermons over lunch one Sunday after church, because breaking bread with fellow believers is a great way to fellowship.  Well, Don usually doesn’t come up with a title until he’s finished with the text.  On the other hand, I just can’t get started until I come up with a title.  I was guessing that Don was going to title his sermon ‘Hosea 1’.  I thought long and hard about what I what title my sermon and after much contemplation and deliberation, I finally decided upon ‘Hosea 2’. 

Neither of us had foreknowledge of what the other’s sermon was going to say, and in that manner of presentation, I think it may be more of what the Holy Spirit has to say than us.  I’ve been to many Identity conferences over the years and the good ones are when the speaker’s messages (and I’ll use a biblical phrase) are “fitly framed together”, they’re touching the same theme and convey the influence and beauty of the mind of Christ in His servants.  So let’s now look at how Hosea 1 and 2 match up.