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 Law as stated in Deut. 19:21 says, “You must show no pity for the guilty, it shall be life for life.” It’s a sad commentary that this Law is no longer in effect, because if it were the law of the land, it would certainly prevent the savage acts of raging heathen and those of our own kind who emulate the stranger. Matthew Henry made this observation relating to this law, “Sentence should never be passed upon the testimony of one witness alone. A false witness should suffer the same punishment which he sought to have inflicted upon the person he accused. Nor could any law be more just. Let all Christians not only be cautious in bearing witness in public, but be careful not to join in private slanders; and let all whose consciences accuse them of crime, without delay flee for refuge to the hope set before them in Jesus Christ.”
‘A time to kill’ is not a provocative phrase I use just for the sake of sensationalism or to get your attention. It is a phrase from the Word of God. One of the 10 Commandments is 'thou shalt not kill', and yet Ecclesiastes 3:3 says there is 'a time to kill.' Is the Bible contradicting itself? Well, politically correct left wing liberals like to foam at the mouth about the Christian hypocrisy of our stand on abortion and capital punishment. The real contradiction, however, is with those who don't read, believe and understand the Word of God. But this pulpit is not afraid to address the life and death situations that we face every day.
The Bible is replete with stories about people killing and getting killed. Some of it is righteous in the eyes of God and some of it is reprehensible. I just finished a sermon last time about ‘Jewish Ritual Murder’, which is probably the worst kind of killing imaginable and is completely void of any kind of justification except in the twisted mind of a jew. The pulpits out there in judeo-churchianity would have you believe that there is never a time to kill anyone, because God loves everybody. On both counts they are wrong and foment a climate in the world that brings persecution and suffering, because they will not allow people of different cultures to live their lives according to the racial integrity that God intended. The Tower of Babel is with us today: mixing things up that God had put in order. A world without God is disorder.
The persecution for not following the world gets so intense that people either roll over and play dead like a dog or actually die at the end of a bayonet. And that’s what’s happening in the world today, when we see the modern Nimrods bombing the heck out of countries like Libya that do not assimilate to the New World Order. So the indigenous inhabitants of these hapless lands either comply with the dictates of human gods or they defend their very lives.
What happens when a White nation no longer wants to play ball with bankers who are gansters? And they see the hypocrisy of a people who trumpet the shrill squeal of a Holocaust and yet terrorize the indigenous people of a land they have taken over like insects. As shown in the arrogance of Menachem Begin (IsraeLIE Prime Minister from 1977-1983) who boldly stated, "Our race [sic](speaking of the Jews) is the Master Race. We are divine gods on this planet. We are as different from the inferior races as they are from insects. In fact, compared to our race, other races are beasts and animals, cattle at best. Other races are considered as human excrement. Our destiny is to rule over the inferior races. Our earthly kingdom will be ruled by our leader with a rod of iron. The masses will lick our feet and serve us as our slaves." Now imagine if any non-Jew ever said such a thing! Imagine the media outcry and ramifications! Does this sound like the 'Israel of God' of which Paul spoke? Begin merely uttered what millions of zealous Jewish Zionists believe in their hearts. The IsraeLIE state today is truly a “border of wickedness” (Mal. 1:4). I Peter 5:8 tells us to be sober, be vigilant, “Because your adversary, the diabolos, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour.” In other words, those who hate Jesus Christ and are looking to kill Christians. To be vigilant is to be a vigilante and I think that’s why our beloved writer Richard Kelly Hoskins wrote ‘Vigilantes of Christendom.’ Throughout history our kindred knew when it was a time to kill (or be killed). A race cannot survive without this God given instinct.
Norway is one White Christian nation that is seeing the light in regards to the jewish stranglehold on their economy and government. And there are others like Iceland and Ireland who are just saying “NO” to the international banksters. So what do these jewish overlords do? They send in one of their programmed ‘lone nut’ killers, Anders Breivic, who is a Masonic crypto-jew pretending to be a right wing Christian Nationalist, but is more akin to neocon Republicans worshipping their Zionist executioners, and proceeds to detonate a sophisticated car bomb at the Norwegian office of the Prime Minister and then gets in costume impersonating a police officer traveling to an island with a youth camp who just happened to have a protest the day before protesting the IsraeLIE genocide of Palestinians, and is armed to the teeth to kill innocent White children; about 100 were killed. Several witnesses said there was a second shooter, but the media fails to mention this little tidbit of a major crime scene. This has the smell of Mossad all over it, like a dead skunk lying in the middle of the road, stinking to high heaven. And this is not the first time such a pattern of disinformation is the official “news.”
What bothers me a great deal, in our movement, is when somebody declares a ‘call to arms’ while they hide behind their keyboard or under a rock. Hal Turner is now exposed as one such traitor who was working for the FBI, and hosted several CI pastor’s online radio programs. They missed the smell test by a mile. Unfortunately, we have some saber-rattlers who talk big, but have little biblical understanding of the war out there. The eerie analogy can made that the Pharisees expected a Messiah who would clobber the Romans, not someone who would actually fulfill the law and the prophets.
I guess the desire to kill the bastards is so great, that I was shocked to read one author who believes in our Israel Identity, was moved to paint Breivic as a hero and entertains the thought that he’s a modern Caleb or Joshua. Referring to the killer, he said he took a stand because Christian leaders wouldn’t do anything. He said the killer showed courage against the enemies of Christ, doing what other Christians would not do. Now this author is well aware of the background check on Breivic demonstrating that he’s a jew. However, here comes the convoluted logic that spoils the spirit of “a time to kill” from Ecclesiastes 3; the author said, “I can enjoy the hope that he might be an Edomite Jew who has the courage to represent our Christ. I would be proud to cross the Jordan at his side regardless which race he is.” Huh? No antichrist can represent the real Christ. This is what gives ‘a time to kill’ from the Bible a bad rap and represents the ‘arm of the flesh’ from the Bible more than anything.
I wrote about this questionable perspective with these comments when the incident happened: “I’m finding it difficult, nay impossible, to empathize with a cold blooded murderer of White children (who empathizes with Zionism and wears an apron), who the day before at their vacation camp displayed signs to the effect of “Boycott Israel”, which is the national direction Norway is taking, because of the years of jewish hypocrisy and intrigue that is raping and gutting Europe. Is it just coincidence? If I were to have any sympathy for Breivik, it would be the likelihood that he was an MKULTRA drone, whose moral consciousness was entirely erased by his handlers. To not see the pattern set by previously programmed killers is to ignore history repeating itself with the likes of Bufford Furrow, Tim McVeigh, Ted Kaczynski etc. The last one alleged wrote a manifesto also, but I doubt he wrote it.
Why would any of us be tempted to join something whose motivations are questionable to begin with. Years ago, some clowns tried to establish a Phinehas Preisthood within Christian Identity, but there weren’t many takers because the only ones pushing it were clowns. That’s not to say that a militant arm isn’t needed. There is a need, but we need to be smart about it. I suppose some people are looking for ‘a great White hope’ to come along with some modicum of leadership, but if that leader does not reflect the mind Christ, then there’s not much of a point in following them. I fail to see anything in Breivik that I would want to follow. And I doubt very much that we will ever hear an interview with him, asking the questions that would reveal his true nature. An honorable man would weigh things in the balance and discern the spirit to see if it is of God.
My perception of the Norwegian incident is that it was a Mossad operation from the get-go (their motto: by way of deception, we shall wage war). Its sole purpose was to send a message to Norway and all other European nations to support the criminal welfare state of IsraeLIE or else you’ll get the same treatment. Simon Peres once said that they have no compunction about lobbing nuclear missiles into Europe. They certainly had no hesitation in bombing Dresdon during WWII, one of the worst mass murders of a non-military target, killing 200,000 civilians in one day. Perhaps Breivik is a prelude. Here’s a question for his supporters: if you had a gun and were standing next to him when he was killing all these children, would you have stopped him or joined him? That should be the moral barometer for any reasonable thinking Christian.”
You know, “a time to kill” is not necessarily us doing the killing. There are some instances in the Bible where God did the killing and He was perfectly justified. Sodom and Gomorah was so vaporized that archeologist cannot determine its location. I love how God gives me anecdotal supplements when I’m preparing sermons and this one just fell into my lap from an email. It was about this sweet little old lady who was overheard saying a short private prayer in church one Sunday. She prayed with all sincerity, “Dear Lord, these past couple of years have been tough.... You have taken my favorite actor Patrick Swayze, my favorite actress Elizabeth Taylor, my favorite cowboy James Arness, my favorite athlete – baseball player Harmon Killebrew, my favorite singer Bob Flanigan of the Four Freshmen, and my favorite salesman Billy Mays. I just wanted you to know that my favorite president is Barack Obama. Amen!”
What time is it? I'd like to emphasize the time, or when, to kill is right in the eyes of God. When God told Moses to tell the people 'thou shalt not kill', He meant thou shalt not murder innocent people, because we certainly read about God's ordering the execution of guilty people in His Law. Maybe that's why the judaized churches want to nail all of the Laws of God to the Cross and promote separation of church and state. Just let Christians play church and stay out of politics.
But throughout history, elimination of criminal behavior or sins unto death have been a survival mechanism sanctioned by God for our society to live in peace. The law is written in our hearts. We know what is right or wrong, and it's written in our minds to understand when the Law is in effect, or when it's time to execute the Law.
The conflict arises between two standards of law: man's and God's. When we don't live under and obey God's Law, we are under punishment for not doing so. Ancient Israel became a sinful nation, disobeying the Law and consequently went into bondage. We pay the price, as a society, being subject to the authority of man playing god. Our pious politicians just pontificated over the 10 year anniversary of Sept. 11, known as the emergency number 9/11. And our nation is in a hyper state of emergency going into hysterical draconian measures as our inalienable rights are sacrificed on the altar of national security. Benjamin Franklin said, “Any people that would give up liberty for a little temporary safety deserves neither liberty or safety.”
You know the Bible has a 9:11? Yeah, Isaiah 9:8-11 was God's warning against ancient Israel when the Assyrians began deporting the first few Israelites. God meant it as a warning of full judgment to come, but the people did not repent. Instead, they decided to rebuild and make their defenses even stronger. In other words, they decided to defend themselves against God. “The bricks are fallen down, but we will rebuild with smooth [hewn] stones; the sycamores have been cut down, but we will replace them with cedars.”
When the Twin Towers in New York City were demolished, the news accounts mentioned that the "bricks" had been broken. The sycamore tree near the old chapel at Ground Zero was hit by a steel beam from the North Tower and was "cut down." This chapel was the place where George Washington led the entire Congress in 1789 after passing the Constitution and establishing the new nation in order to pray for America's protection. That divine hedge of protection ended on 9/11, 2001.
The next day, on September 12, 2001, Senator Tom Daschle addressed the world in the Joint Response of the Nation on the Senate floor in Washington D.C., saying, “Mr. President, it is with pain, sorrow, anger, and resolve that I stand before this Senate, a symbol for 212 years [since 1789] of the strength of our Democracy, and say that America will emerge from this tragedy as we have emerged from all adversity, united and strong...
“The world should know that the Members of both parties in both Houses stand united. The full resources of our Government will be brought to bear in aiding the search and rescue and in hunting down those responsible and those who may have aided or harbored them.
“Nothing, nothing can replace the losses that have suffered. I know there is only the smallest measure of inspiration that can be taken from this devastation. But there is a passage in the Bible, from Isaiah, that I think speaks to all of us at times such as this: “The bricks have fallen down, but we will rebuild with dressed stone; the fig trees [sycamores] have been felled, but we will replace them with cedars.” That is what we will do. We will rebuild and we will recover. The people of America stand strong together, because the people of America have always stood together. And those of us privileged to serve this great Nation will stand with you."
Two years later, on November 22, 2003 a cedar nicknamed the ‘Tree of Hope’ was planted to replace the fallen sycamore. On July 4, 2004, the hewn stone was set as the new foundation. It was called the ‘Freedom Stone’ for the new 1776 foot ‘Freedom Tower’ that was to replace the old towers. On September 11, 2004, the third anniversary of this event, political candidate John Edwards made a speech there and said this: "Good morning. Today on this day of remembrance and mourning, we have the Lord's Word: “The bricks have fallen, but we will build--with dressed stones; the sycamores have been cut down, but we will put cedars in their place. . .” Let me show you how we are building and putting cedars in those three hallowed placed, the Towers, the Pentagon, and the Field. Walk with me through this day and you will see that while those bricks fell and the sycamores cut down, our people are making those cedars rise.” Edwards closed his speech with these words: "Each time that bell tolls, it calls us to a greater purpose. It calls us to always remember that when we walk together this day that the cedars will rise and the stones will go up."
Edwards did not comprehend that he was using those words precisely as our Israelite ancestors had used them before the fall of Samaria. He expressed the same spirit of arrogance against God, the same spirit of defiance that had infected the House of Israel. He seemed totally oblivious to this very spirit of arrogance and defiance that ensured the ultimate downfall of Israel, the destruction of Samaria, their deportation to Assyria, and their dispersion for the next 2,520 years.
Our problem was never with Osama bin Laden. Our problem was God Himself, who was judging us for whoring after strange gods. Ten years later, it is still the cause of our national cancer. If we do not repent, then the rest of the destruction will certainly come. But we can avert it with spiritual warfare to bring forth ‘a time to kill’ and we know that the first thing we must kill is that ‘old man’ I talked about recently. What begins at the house of the Lord? Judgment! I Peter 4:17, “For the time is come that judgment must begin at the house of God: and if it first begin at us, what shall the end be of them that obey not the gospel of God?” The “time” is in the present tense, not sometime in the future. “And then can we kill the bad guys?” an onward Christian soldier may ask. When? “And having in a readiness to revenge all disobedience, WHEN your obedience is fulfilled” II Cor. 10:6. That’s when.
I pray that our warfare has not been in vain and that America will repent and there will be an outpouring of the Holy Spirit. We can already see the little victories; it’s only a matter of time before we see the big victory.
The potential danger still looms over our nation like a dark diffusing chemtrail. These threats will continue as long as we refuse to repent, as long as we continue to defend ourselves against God, instead of acknowledging that His judgments are true and righteous altogether (Ps. 19:9). In the days of ancient Israel, Isaiah 9:11 was the key to understanding these things: “Therefore the Lord raises against them adversaries… and spurs their enemies on.”
Only when we recognize that God is the One judging us, not man, will we avoid this threatened judgment. Neither Israel nor Judah was able to avoid the judgment in their day, because neither of them believed that God was judging them. Their pride got in the way; ‘God Bless Samaria’ bumper stickers! America wants the freedom to sin also, and yet when divine judgment comes, they get real religious and pray for a Rapture so that they can continue to go mongrelizing, sodomizing and bastardizing Heaven itself. They want to sin that grace may abound. Such a mentality has never worked in the past. It will never work in the future. Will we ever learn? God even revealed to Tom Daschle and to John Edwards the very Scripture that was relevant to our time, but blindness in part is happened to Israel to the actual revelation of the prophet and to their racial identity, which has nothing to do with pride, but with God’s plan for the ages. You can’t see the Lord’s doings if you’re part of a ‘color blind’ church. Not having a racial consciousness, which has nothing to do with the false accusations of racism as defined by politically correct antichrist, is a death warrant. The blind following the blind will fall in the ditch. The pied pipers of race mixing, kill the racial integrity of God’s Creation; they actually put asunder that which God hath joined together.
There are two anointed criteria for ‘a time to kill.’ The first is judicially in matters of criminality, either sins of capital offense or the failure of restitution. The second is in wars of self defense. Neither should be done in malice, but for the sake of deterrence. ‘A time to kill’ is reserved for an ‘avenger of blood’, which is the same Hebrew word ‘goel’ for kinsman redeemer, meaning ‘to be near of kin.’ An ‘avenger of blood’ is the nearest relative of a murdered person and it was his right and duty to slay the murderer (Numbers 35:24-27). This applied to individuals, whereas war pertains to the nation-race.
As Christians, we know that we can only be servants to one form of government; i.e. the Kingdom of Heaven. Thy will be done - thy rule from One. The question I've asked, which few can give a straight answer to, is: can we, or should we, take the law (God's) into our own hands? Can we say that we have jurisdiction to kill, when it's a matter of self-defense? Some idiots actually say no, we don't have that right. That's the corner we're being pushed into every day. "When a strong man armed keepeth his palace, his goods are in peace" (Luke 11:21). In other words, if you have a weapon, you can use it to protect your home or property against a criminal/sinner. Some states call it ‘the castle law.’ Every man’s home is his castle. Our homes are a domain and we are commanded to take dominion. That’s why they make ‘no trespassing’ signs. The context here in Luke is interesting, because Christ is purging devils and demons and being accused of doing it in the power of the demonic, in the same way we are demonized regarding guns. And if we shoot to kill an evil invader, there's no doubt about our God given right to preserve our life and property. We are constantly being brainwashed to disavow this ethic and the courts of man would give greater rights to sin. We could make the generalization that life and death are in God’s scales of justice and when the balance is lopsided one or the other prevails. The wages of sin is death. We were born with a fallen sin nature. But, Christ came to forgive us of our sins and deliver us from death. All have fallen short of the glory, but all White Bible believing Christians can be saved; from being cast into outer darkness. God gives us the promise of eternal life if we obey His Word.
Behold the Kingdom! The government of God in operation: "He that is not with Me is against Me" (Luke 11:23). This is a matter of family, national and racial unity, being in one accord, that this blessing of standing together firmly on God's standards, are our security. As we read the context and continuity of Luke 11:14-23, the principle is that Christians can and should purge the harm and danger that attempts to destroy our physical and spiritual health. This tips the scales of justice towards life and living it more abundantly.
Every day there are examples of people defending their very lives because of someone else’s unrighteous actions. One news story related a black teenage boy shooting and killing a White homosexual trying to molest him. Should the black boy be charged when sodomy is against God's law? Then, there's the case of Ellie Nesler, a California mother who shot and killed the pedophile, right there in the courtroom, that raped her son, who had skated on two previous prosecutions. Did Ellie take the law into her own hands (she was the closest relative to the boy), or was she a murderer? Many Californians thought she was a heroine. Can the judeo-Christians biblically argue against such actions? Of course, the liberal minded bleeding heart can make all kinds of technical arguments, but the principle of taking righteous action is found in Deut. 19:1-13, especially verse 13 which states, "Thine eye shall not pity him, but thou shalt put away the guilt of innocent blood from Israel that it may go well with thee".
Things are not going well with America because the antichrist jews have wormed themselves into our system of justice and reversed our standards, calling good evil and evil good. They take pity upon the thieves, murderers and sodomites. The putrid pacifist pulpit pimps seem to think that 'Vengeance is mine, thus saith the Lord' is the only time when a justified execution is allowed. Just let God do it all and ignore all the scriptures like Numbers 35:19, "The revenger of blood himself shall slay the murderer: when he meeteth him, he shall slay him", which supports Deut. 19. Read also Numbers 35:33-34: "So ye shall not pollute the land wherein ye are: for blood it defileth the land: and the land cannot be cleansed of the blood that is shed therein, but by the blood of him that shed it. Defile not therefore the land which ye shall inhabit, wherein I dwell: for I the Lord dwell among the children of Israel". Vicki and Sammy Weaver should still be fresh in our minds as if it happened yesterday.
No wonder the stranger (ethnic minorities), with their strange gods see ethnic cleansing as something bad, or what race traitors would call ‘unchristian’, only when Whites commit such acts of course. Ps. 19:9, “The fear of the Lord is clean.” When God told Israel to wipe out the Canaanites, it was a cleansing action, but they weren’t God fearing enough and defiled themselves. When God calls His own people (Israelites, the White race) in Jeremiah 51:20 "My battle ax and weapons of war, for with thee will I break in pieces the nations and with thee will I destroy kingdoms," we should fear no evil. God executes His Word/Law through His chosen executioners, whether it's an ‘avenger of blood’, a soldier-warrior, a Phinehas priest, a Romans 13 political administrator instituting capital punishment as the law of the land, or a person acting in self-defense. We were not created to be pacifist. Jesus fashioned a scourge of small ropes and whipped the moneychangers out of the temple. Do you have the eyes to see anybody today making merchandise of God?
Yes, the Bible says thou shalt not kill ... meaning murder. But it also says with divine justice and wisdom there is a time to kill ... meaning removal and permanent separation, so that the wickedness which the Lord rejects cannot touch His Kingdom. Because of the fact that we live in a culture of corruption, a captivity of decadence, jewish-catholic communism, the New World Order, Mystery Babylon, or whatever you want to call the present ungodliness, it is because of our disobedience.
Yet, we are given the gift of repentance and grace whereby we once again can be the children of Light, instruments of righteousness and vessels of honor, having a perfect and complete understanding of this subject ... to kill or not to kill. Someday our lives may depend on what, when, where and why we must do what God tells us in His Word. Look, it’s not just understanding that we are God’s “battle ax”, but weighed in the balance of understanding what the Bible has to say about the ‘arm of the flesh.’ What the vigilant Christian must learn is whether it’s his call or whether God is calling us for the “time.” How will we know when it’s time? It’s when the church, the ‘called out’, the ecclesia, hear the voice of God and be not just hearers but doers. Size does not matter. God always works with a Remnant and I doubt that millions of Christians will be storming the gates of Babylon. We are not told how many reapers there are in the parable of the wheat and tares. But by God there are reapers! Hopefully this message has helped us to get closer to answering that question “When is the time?” with the truth. The Bible is a violent book for people wanting to find peace. But it cannot be found without believing everything that God says about life and death. Believe that there is a time to kill, which is balanced with a time to heal. We are not saved, one without the other. To every season there is a time for every purpose under Heaven.