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Arthur Lee: The Unseen Realm of Faith, Part 3

 
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Arthur Lee: The Unseen Realm of Faith, Part 3

Tonight we had Arthur Lee of IdentityStruggle.org here on the program with us once again, and we had hoped to have at least a brief discussion with him concerning his presentation this evening. However technical problems on his end prevented that, and we had to scratch our original introduction. But perhaps we will try it again soon. Back in December and January of this winter past, we presented the first six of Arthur Lee’s sermons titled The Unseen Realm of Faith. Now Arthur has taken the series to nine parts, and tonight we shall present these latest three, which are subtitled Spiritual Vision, Fearless Endurance, and To the Other Side. Doing this, Arthur Lee continues to make examples of the faith of the patriarchs as he progresses through Hebrews chapter 11, and offers a message of encouragement in how Christians can follow those examples in their own lives.

The first thing that stood out for us while reading the written versions of these presentations are Arthur’s remarks on Yahweh’s promise to Jacob that he would have the fatness of the earth. There seem to be many Christians who simply do not realize that Yahweh blesses us not to reward us for good, but so that we may in turn advance His kingdom, and that thought is a perfect companion to Arthur’s statements concerning a lack of vision. We should always be focused on the Kingdom of God, and as Christ had said, all of the cares of life will be provided by God. This seems to be a neglected aspect of Christianity, even in many Identity circles.

Tonight Arthur ends with Hebrews 11:29, and the faith that Moses had to lead the Israelites to the edge of the sea, not knowing exactly how they would make it through. Yet Yahweh provided a path for them. It is fair to say that Arthur is giving this as an example that Christians today must train themselves to think in these terms daily, as the example of our ancestors stands as a model for us. But that is a very hard walk in a world where we have been programmed to look to the government to play god for us. We must rather seek Yahweh our God, who is a much more certain Provider of our needs, who may not give us hand-outs, but who will certainly get us through the deepest of waters.

Thank you for listening, and we pray that you find these sermons informative and edifying.

Arthur Lee: The Law of the Harvest and The Word Economy

 
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Arthur Lee: The Law of the Harvest and The Word Economy

A series of short sermons discussing bounty and blessings, Christian economy and Christian expectations.

See Arthur Lee's website IdentityStruggle.org

The Justice in Mercy with Pastor Mark Downey

 
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One of the biggest challenges we have in our ministry is getting even Identity Christians to accerpt that the Scripture is true, that "all Israel" means all Israel, and they all shall indeed be saved. We have explained this in many places, for example in Unity and Divisions, Scatterers and Gatherers, and our commentary on Romans chapter 5: Salvation is a Racial Phenomenon. Those who do not understand this vital point of Scripture are missing the larger picture of the purpose of God. We cannot begin to love our brethren, heal our race, or please our God without this understanding.

Here Pastor Mark Downey of Kinsman Redeemer Ministries joins William Finck for a presentation and discussion of his latest sermon, The Justice in Mercy, where he begins to explore the subject of the mercy of God in the overall plan for the children of Israel.

Arthur Lee: White Lives Matter to God, Parts 1 & 2

 
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See Arthur Lee's website IdentityStruggle.org

The Importance of the Song of Solomon to Biblical Anthropology

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The Importance of the Song of Solomon to Biblical Anthropology

Tonight’s program is going to serve two purposes. Firstly, it is a defense of the Song of Solomon, which is also sometimes called Canticles or the Song of Songs, as a Biblical book which belongs in our Scripture. Secondly, it will serve as an exposition of a paper recently published by Clifton Emahiser, which was titled It is Biblical to be Caucasian, Song. Chapters 4 to 7. Clifton’s paper was published at his website in four installments from August 2014 through February 2015.

The word anthropology is defined in Collins’ English Dictionary as “the study of humans, their origins, physical characteristics, institutions, religious beliefs, social relationships, etc.” Here we shall concern ourselves with only one aspect of the term: the physical characteristics of certain people in the Bible. Once we determine these characteristics, there is little doubt we may determine the general race of the ancient Israelites of Scripture.

No book of the Bible is more important in that respect than the Song of Solomon, and that will be the purpose of our program this evening. We continually hear denominational pastors claim that “Jesus may have been a brown man”, or “people in the Middle East are brown, so Jesus must have been brown”, examples of a variety of claims whereby they fully exhibit their anthropological ignorance. The Song of Solomon is one place where it is very obvious that the ancient Israelites were White. So Jesus, being a full-blooded descendant of David and Solomon, must also have been White.

A critical review of the sermon Let's Examine the Evidence, by Bertrand Comparet

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Bertrand ComparetA Critical Review of Let’s Examine the Evidence, by Bertrand Comparet

This evening we are going to present a sermon by Bertrand Comparet titled Let’s Examine the Evidence. The purpose of the sermon is to prove through an assessment of certain of the parables of Yahshua Christ that the New Testament is consistent and contiguous with the Word of God in the Old Testament, and therefore that all of the promises of the Old still stand for the children of Israel under the New.

We are going to offer several of our own comments both supporting Comparet’s work, and sometimes criticizing and seeking to correct his work. As we have often said concerning Bertrand Comparet and other Christian Identity teachers of the past, we owe them a debt of gratitude for the wonderful work and excellent research which they did, blazing a trail for us in our quest for Biblical truth. But we also owe it to them and to ourselves to correct any errors they made along the way, and to further edify the work which they left us. We would be honored if in the future, others did that same thing with our own work.

If our text here varies slightly from what is posted at the Bertrand Comparet archive at Christogenea, it is only because we amended parts of Clifton’s original publication from a taped presentation made by Comparet himself, and then we realized that two different taped presentations of Comparet’s sermon exist in our archives, so the slight differences were probably made by Comparet himself.

Christian Expectations

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Christogenea Saturdays, March 12th, 2016: Christian Expectations

Tonight we are going to present some Bible basics, and concerning this, all Identity Christians should be on the same page. However sadly, many are not. Tonight is going to be an evening where I repeat myself often, because I hope to present several different chapters from the scriptures which also repeat the same things. They can be summarized like this: that we as a people, the formerly Christian nations, are being tried by the enemies of our God, who has permitted this for our sins which He long ago had foreseen, and there is only one way out of this trial, and that is by the same path that has long ago been spelled out in Scripture. Should we really think that we can change things for the better with an election? The Scriptures tell us no such thing, and, in fact, indicate quite the opposite. We are never going to vote ourselves out of our current predicament, and the longer we try the worse it will get.

A critical review of the sermons A Faith For These Days and Lift Up Your Heads, by Bertrand Comparet

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A critical review of the sermons A Faith for These Days and Lift Up Your Heads, by Bertrand Comparet, along with notes from Clifton Emahiser.

These sermons were transcribed from original recordings and prepared for publication by Clifton Emahiser several years ago, circa 2007. We are reviewing them with the hope of expounding on and edifying Comparet's work, as well as observing and hopefully even correcting some of his errors. As we have often noted, Bertrand Comparet left us many wonderful things, and we owe to him a debt of gratitude for helping to blaze the trail to Christian Identity truth well ahead of us. But we must improve upon the work of our teachers, give them credit where it is due, and honor them by correcting any mistakes they may have made, or in Comparet's case, because he dealt with prophecy in many of his sermons, correcting any interpretations which he was led to make because of the time in which he lived.

Tonight we chose these particular sermons, because we often hear exclamations of exasperation from our brethren, that for the survival of our people the peril is great, and the days certainly seem to be getting short. As Yahshua Christ Himself had said, as it is recorded in Matthew chapter 24, “22 And except those days should be shortened, there should no flesh be saved: but for the elect's sake those days shall be shortened.” So we always desire that they be shortened even further, and our Lord cometh quickly, but we may not attain our desire if it is not the will of our God. Therefore we must have patience, and we can indeed find consolation in His Word.

A Presentation of Clifton Emahiser's Nine Covenants with Adam-Man

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Tonight we are going to present the short essay Nine Covenants With Adam-Man by Clifton Emahiser. We remember that this is one of Clifton's first essays which he had distributed to his prison ministry as a brochure, probably back in 2001 or 2002. I remember proofreading this essay for him way back then, and it contains some concepts which in the narrower historical focus of the history of the children of Israel and the New Covenant, are often forgotten among Identity Christians today. We will present Clifton's paper, and hopefully edify it in some degree, by addressing some of the questions it may raise.

A review of the sermons With Healing in His Wings and A Reward for the Righteous, by Bertrand Comparet

 
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Christogenea Internet Radio December 25th, 2015

Just this past week two members of our extended family of friends and listeners have lost spouses. Our prayers and deepest sympathies are with them. We also have some dear friends who are sick, and our prayers are with them constantly. We pray for their well-being and recovery, but of course we also understand that the will of Yahweh our God is not always what we desire. So we honor Him whether our prayers prevail or not. We grieve upon the passing of a loved one, and we should. Of course we shall miss them. But as knowing Christians we also have a sure hope that the loss is no loss at all, but is rather only a temporary separation. As we read in 1 Corinthians chapter 15: “12 Now if Christ is proclaimed, that from of the dead He has been raised, how do some among you say that there is not a restoration of the dead? 13 Then if there is not a restoration of the dead, neither has Christ been raised; 14 And if Christ has not been raised, then our proclamation is empty, and empty is your faith. 15 Then we are also found to be false witnesses of Yahweh, because we have testified concerning Yahweh, that He raises the Anointed, which He does not raise if indeed then the dead are not raised. 16 Indeed if the dead are not raised, neither has Christ been raised, 17 but if Christ has not been raised, empty is your faith; you are still in your errors. 18 And then those that have been dying in Christ have been destroyed. 19 If only in this life have we had hope in Christ, we are the most pitiable of all mankind. [Even the pagans had always believed that the spirit of a man survived the physical body.] 20 But now Christ has been raised from the dead, the first fruit of those who are sleeping. 21 Indeed since death is through a man, restoration of the dead is also through a man. 22 Just as in Adam all die, then in that manner in Christ all shall be produced alive.”

When I first began to study Christianity, after being introduced to Christian Identity, I thought long and hard for many months, comparing in my mind the materialist worldview of life and death to the transcendental worldview expressed in Scripture. As I progressed through reading the Bible cover-to-cover for the first time, I encountered the book of Ecclesiastes and I realized that the failure of the materialist worldview was addressed 3,000 years ago by Solomon. That book was written with a purposely cynical attitude because the author in his wisdom wanted to relate to us that there is no hope without our God, and, in turn, if there is a God then indeed we have hope. I then came to realize that all is indeed vanity, unless there be a God, and since both the wonders of Creation and the marvels of prophecy have the signature of our God all over them, then all is not vain, and the promises of Christianity must be true. Now I have no doubt at all, that the confidence expressed by Paul of Tarsus is true, and to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. With this we hope to encourage our brethren.

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