Special Notices to All Who Deny Two-Seedline, Part 12
I have often said that we cannot read the prophecies of God and foresee the future, and I stand by that statement today. The prophecy was not given so that we can foresee the future, but it was given so that we can look back and see its fulfillment, and know that God is true. However what we can see in the inspired prophecy of Scripture is the expectation that we should have as Christians. Thereby knowing what our Christian expectations should be, we can live our lives accordingly, seeking to edify one another, and to please Yahweh our God. The old adage is true, that Christians must live in the world, but should not be of the world. Our expectations must be in the salvation of our God, and not in the salvation which is of the world, which once and again has led only to our further enslavement.
Throughout this series I have been picking on Ted Weiland, and rightly so because Identity Christians must learn to see through this charlatan. Of course, much of Clifton’s original critique in this Special Notices series is in answer to Weiland’s lies and misinformation concerning Two-Seedline, but his error is far deeper than that. Here is the perfect example of someone who is supposedly awakened to our collective plight as a people, yet has his head so firmly buried in his own hinder-parts that he cannot see the conflict of interests in his own opinions. Now, aside from what Clifton has already done, I would not give him any attention as he is no different than the rest of American clergy, except that he calls himself a “Christian Identity” pastor, and as he does, he leads a fair portion of the sheep down the path to perdition. So for this reason I must continue to chastise him.
As I got ready to prepare for this presentation, I went to check out Weiland’s Facebook page to see what he has been saying recently. He does have a lot of decent-sounding rhetoric about Godly government, but his general attitude exhibits a desire to reform the government we have rather than to appeal to Christ as King. So I found a post where Weiland expressed concern over so-called “revolving door issues” at the federal Department of Justice, attached to an article which speculated as to whether Wall Street was either bullying or bribing federal prosecutors. Then there was a post promoting a book reviewed at a political website about gratuitous government spending, or so-called “pork barrel” legislation. Weiland used this to launch a diatribe against the American Constitution, which he seems to make an almost daily habit. Then there was something he posted about government-controlled healthcare, and something else about tax reform, where Weiland said “Let's talk about real tax reform, biblical tax reform.”
Now I must ask a few questions, but after making a couple of comments I was promptly banned from Weiland’s Facebook page, so he is obviously not going to entertain my inquiries directly. But he is nevertheless going to have to live with them and eventually he will be confronted with them, one way or another. Why should Identity Christians care about the potential job retention of federal prosecutors? And why should we care about health care reform, or tax reform, or legislative reform? Did Yahshua Christ ask Pontius Pilate how secure he felt in his job? And tax reform? Really? Did Yahshua Christ ever advise the Romans to lower their taxes, or even complain that they were too high? Christians have been engaged in American political dialectics from the beginning, as they slide further and further down the road to hell, continually moving the barricades back a few steps at a time in their lame attempts to defend the ever-changing status quo. No matter how much we complain about the Constitution, it is irrelevant in relation to the current federal tyranny, which is propped up by international banks and global corporations, and which only hides behind the constitution for a mask of legitimacy.