by Pastor Don Elmore
July 7, 2013
Scripture Reading: Psalms 105:6-11
In the Answers in Genesis’ book, “One Race, One Blood,” written by Ken Ham, a white, and Charles Ware, a black man in 2010, it makes the statement: “Marriage is a litmus test for racism, usually revealing what we really believe about those from other people groups—and there are a significant number of Christians (particularly in America) who would claim that such ‘interracial’ marriages directly violate God’s principles in the Bible, and should not be allowed” page 124.
This book says that if you are against interracial dating and interracial marriage then you are a racist and fail the litmus test of the bible.
Universal theologians and churches have been spouting this similar lie for decades: All men are descended from the same person. They repeatedly teach that all people of today are descended from Noah; and since the entire world was supposedly destroyed by a world flood, they say that all people of today are also descended from Adam; for that was who Noah was descended from.
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.
by Pastor Don Elmore
December 21, 2014
Scripture Reading: Matthew 7:13-14:
The United Nations Peace Plaza in Independence, Missouri was unveiled on October 27, 1997, formally dedicated by United Nations General Secretary Kofi Annan on April 25, 2003, and is described by its creators as “the only memorial in the world to those persons serving in the Peacekeeping Forces of the United Nations....” In the center of this fountain is a 12.5-foot statue named “Girl with Dove” by its sculptor Tom Corbin and in 2003, a four-foot miniature was gifted to the United Nations Headquarters in New York City.
Who is Tom Corbin? I saw the picture of the statue that he made for the United Nations in my Miami University Alumni magazine. Tom Corbin was a 1976 graduate of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. At Miami, he studied drawing while majoring in marketing. He started out as an advertising executive until a chance meeting with a bronze sculptor led to classes and thoughts of an art career, which he began in 1986. He made the six statues of children for the Children Fountain in Kansas City. And he made the sculptor the stands atop the United Nations Peace Plaza’s fountain in Independence, Missouri.
On December 11, 2006, after Mr. Annan’s final speech as Secretary-General, delivered at the Truman Presidential Library in Independence, Missouri, he visited the United Nations Peace Plaza for a wreath-laying ceremony. Inscribed on a plaque near the fountain:
The United Nations Peace Plaza
Established by the Greater Kansas City Chapter of United Nation’s Association to
commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the founding of the United Nations.
On June 27th 1945 in the nearby Community of Christ Auditorium, President Harry Truman
formally announced that the United States was a signatory to the U.N.
“History has bestowed on us a solemn responsibility. We failed before to give a genuine peace.
We dare not fail this time. We must not repeat the blunders of the past.”
by Pastor Mark Downey
December 14, 2014
Scripture Reading: Jonah 1:12-17
I recently did a radio show with William Finck called 'Walking the Walk' and the audio is available for your listening pleasure. At the time I only had scribbled notes, so I thought it might be a good idea to provide a text, which could be read at one's convenience along with a few more comments that I have on the subject of Christian order as it pertains to government and what the Identity Christian should be doing; as that is a very often asked question, going back to Acts 2:37, “Men and brethren, what shall we do?” For years I've been trying to answer that question, because inquiring minds want to know. Just because somebody puts forth a 'call to arms' does not mean it's time. Some say there needs to be a tax revolt, being that taxes are so revolting. Like so many other young men in their 20's, I was ready to bear arms in the early 1980's and overthrow the jewish nemesis; having come to the knowledge of their true identity and mine. But, God had other plans. You know something is wrong when Pharaoh demands the slave get their own straw to make bricks. You know something is wrong when Congress is going to cut military pay and veteran benefits, but they're going to extend amnesty to alien lawbreakers, giving them free citizenship and financial freebies. Ask yourself, is this the America you grew up in or want your children's future to be? Is this the singular racial “posterity” our founding fathers specified in The Preamble? I don't think it even crossed their minds that “to... secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our posterity” even remotely hinted at invading aliens that swarm our land like an army of locusts today. It's not the America I grew up with, but that does not mean I have to just sit and watch this sorry free fall from God's grace and mercy. To know what to do is to know the cause and effect of biblical principles. I drop this ballpoint pen from my hand and it falls to the ground, because of gravity. Gravity is not just a good idea, it's the law. Depending on whether we obey the Law of God is what determines blessings and curses. Now that's a pretty basic premise, but somebody who has lived a life as an unbeliever and his boat sinks and he's drowning and just before he goes down into the water for the last time, he cries out, “God help me.” Of course, there's probably some who are so proud, they will say nothing, and thus “Pride goeth before destruction” Proverbs 16:18.
I chose Jonah today for our Scripture reading, because he typifies the developing narrow mindedness of the southern house of Judah after their exile in Babylon. The book is a protest against the mind set of resentment for their 70 year captivity and then an equally disturbing elitism that demanded God's wrath against their enemies, even though they were of the same race. Nineveh represents the foreigners whom Jonah really did not want to be a missionary to; although just as Semitic as he was, deserving the same portion of God's mercy and salvation. The message of Jonah is that God loves all Israelites and all Adamites; that is the only universal message of this book and the Bible in general. “You only have I known of all the families of the earth, therefore I will punish you for all your iniquities” Amos 3:2. “For whom the Lord loves He chastens” Heb. 12:6. God is to our race as a parent.
by Pastor Don Elmore
December 7, 2014
Scripture Reading: 1 Kings 12:25-33
This map shows the two cities where Jeroboam 1 built his false temples; one in the South, the other in the North. From the very beginning, the House of Israel did not worship their God correctly.
Let’s see what the opening Scriptures say about how the House of Israel began; The House of Israel had the:
- Wrong King: Had a man who was not of the seed of David: Jeroboam was a king who was born from the seed of Ephraim (2 Kings 11:26). God ordained that all kings were to come from the family of David, of the lineage of Judah.
- Wrong Priests: Jeroboam made priests of the lowest of the people: None were of Levi. God ordained that all His priests were go come from the line of Levi; no other tribe.
- Wrong Temple: Jeroboam made two new temples; one in Bethel and the other in Dan. Inside each temple he put what he said were the “gods that brought you out of Egypt”: two golden calves. God had built His house in Jerusalem. His throne was in the inner court on the Ark of the Covenant.
- Wrong feast days: Jeroboam made a feast that was similar to Judah’s but he celebrated it on the wrong month; the 8th instead of the 7th.
- Wrong laws kept: Jeroboam kept a different set of laws than what God told them to do. In fact, it says that the kings of Israel all followed after the commandments of other gods, particularly Baalim.
The House of Israel experienced in 205 years: 19 kings; 9 dynasties; 7 assassinations; 1 suicide; 1 killed in battle; 1 died falling through a lattice and each new king was worse than his predecessor. There was not one good king in the whole bunch according to the Bible. The Old Testament refers to the kingship of Israel as all being disobedient to the Laws of God.
Christogenea Saturdays 12-6-2014
with Bill Finck and Mark Downey
Subject: Walking the Walk
Part 3 of Christogenea Saturdays' series "Walking the Walk"'. A conversation with Pastor Downey and William Finck centering on Christian order and historical, biblical and current perspectives of government.
By Jim Jester
Why We Should Take Christ Out of Christmas
Is Christmas of Christian origin that was paganized, or of pagan origin that was Christianized? The answer to this question should determine if it is accepted or rejected by those honestly wanting to serve God. This article should give anyone enough evidence to answer this question.
Is Jesus the “reason for the season?” If He were, then I would say we should recognize Christmas as His birth and forsake the pagan customs that perverted it. In other words, “keep Christ in Christmas.” However, just the opposite is true, for Jesus was not born on December 25, so He was never the reason for the season to begin with. Because of this and other biblical reasons, it is my assertion that Almighty God hates Christmas. Since Christ should not be part of this winter celebration, I will protest by spelling Christmas as “Krismas.” I will give six reasons (there are more) why God hates Krismas and why we should take our holy Savior out of the season:
- It is not the birth of Jesus Christ
- It is a Catholic invention
- Its customs are of pagan origin
- It violates the Law of God
- It is a lie
by Pastor Mark Downey
November 30, 2014
Scripture Reading: Psalms 83:1-6
What is it that jews have against us, against Jesus Christ and His followers, which for the last 2000 years have been White people? I believe it's the ancient conflict between Jacob Israel and his brother Esau Edom, who forsook and sold his birthright and now wants it back. Their father Isaac was tricked into blessing Jacob and likewise today's Edomite jews are tricking the world into believing they are Israel. What most people don't realize is that the jews want to rule the world and it's to the exclusion of Christ and Christians, White Christians specifically. In case you haven't noticed, the bipolar jewish/muslim Obama regime has had a grudge against Christians since taking his Masonic oath of office, taking overt measures, especially in the military, being the commander-in-thief. For all intents and purposes, Obama is a puppet of the jews, in spite of the dialectic parlor games, if one has eyes to see the enemy within.
There have been many explanations and hypothesis' as to why the “Prince of peace,” the “Prince of life,” the “Word of life,” the “Light of the world,” the “Author and finisher of our faith” was crucified. In two words it was 'sour grapes,' which is to say an expression of disdain for something one covets but cannot have. Such was the prophetic parable of the vineyard in the first three gospels. Jesus gave this lesson just a week before His death on the Cross. Matthew's version (21:33-46) is slightly different than Luke (20:9-19) and Mark (12:11-9), citing Isaiah 5:1-2, “Now I will sing for the one I love a song about his vineyard: My beloved had a vineyard on a rich and fertile hill. He dug it all around, removed its stones, And planted it with the choicest vine. And He built a tower in the middle of it. And also hewed out a wine vat in it; Then He expected it to produce good grapes, But it produced only sour ones.” What was the problem?
by Pastor Don Elmore
November 23, 2014
Scripture Reading: Genesis 5:1
The Bible is the family history of the first man Adam. It gives the generations of the race that Adam and Eve were parents of: the White race. The first ten chapters tell of where they lived, what they did, how long they lived, the first sin that happened in the race, the first deception that occurred in the race, the first big failure of the race and the judgment against it.
The Bible tells us that the lives of our ancestors lived almost one thousand years (so much for evolution); but by the time of Noah practically the entire race had miscegenated. Noah, his wife, their three sons and their wives were they only pure-blooded White people who survived the first major battle of the world.
The Bible does not teach that Noah needed 120 years to build the Ark; or that there was 2 animals of every kind in the entire world that was placed in the Ark; or that the flood was a world-wide flood; or that the rain that occurred during Noah’s flood was the first rain that had occurred in the earth. The flood did drastically affect every part of the earth, but there was not waters over the mountains all over the earth.
The land split into; the seasons developed; earthquakes and volcanoes erupted; the two poles became ice filled; and it was a very scary time that happened. And when Noah got off the Ark after 1 year and 17 days; the world that then was; was over. The world that then was, ¼ of time on this earth from the first sin of Eve, was over. The Bible covers this time period in 10 chapters. The world that now is, began.
by Pastor Mark Downey
November 16, 2014
Scripture Reading: John 10:22-31
On a recent visit to a new dentist for the first time, I noticed a pile of sample magazines called JVT, which is Jewish Voice Today. I don't believe the doctor is jewish, but to carry such a magazine is truly judeo-Christian (in contradistinction to Christian) and perusing the magazine, I quickly found out that it was Messianic. In other words, it is jews who have supposedly converted to Christianity. However, under the veneer, they have converted to nothing and are vicariously teaching judaism to gullible Christians and definitely promoting a Zionist agenda.
There is no visible Cross of Calvary, but the six pointed star of Molech is pervasive. Within their logo is a stalk of what appears to be wheat, but is more likely a tare which impersonates wheat and is straight, rather than curved and bowing from it's bounty of grain. Now slick full-color magazines like this are not cheap to publish, but they seem to have a plentiful cash flow; and I'll tell you why in a moment. They even have their own TV show called the 'Jewish Voice' as if the media monopoly run by jews needs more jewish voices. They are in all the social networks and don't have to worry about being banned or censored like an Identity Christian. The president and CEO is Rabbi Jonathan Bernis (not pastor, not reverend, not bishop; none of the Christian appellations), headquartered out of Phoenix, Arizona. The reason I'm rebutting this organization and why it's important to White Christians is because the 'Jewish Voice Ministries' is a religious predator that preys upon God's true chosen people. To say there's been a case of mistaken identity is a gross understatement; the claim that jews are descendants of Jacob-Israel is the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on mankind. There's no mistake about identifying the Big Lie of jews. We're going to take a look at the current Nov./Dec. issue and some other things from their website.