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On the Epistles of John, Part 5: The Authors of Sin

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On the Epistles of John, Part 5: The Authors of Sin

In our last presentation in this commentary, titled The Children of Yahweh, we presented some of the Biblical evidence that those who were declared to be the children of God in the Old Testament are the exclusive beneficiaries of the Old Testament promises of forgiveness, reconciliation, mercy, salvation and redemption for Israel which are fulfilled in Christ, that Christ Himself and His apostles had declared that He had come to fulfill those same promises to those same people, and therefore also that it is those very same people who are exclusively considered to be the children of God in the New Testament. As Paul of Tarsus had attested in Romans chapter 11, “29… the gifts and calling of God are without repentance”, meaning that the promises of God did not change, and he also said in Galatians chapter 3 that no man may disannul or add to the promises of God. The New Covenant having been made exclusively with the ancient children of Israel, with the house of Israel and the house of Judah, as Paul also cited the words of Jeremiah in Hebrews chapter 8, under no circumstances may any other man from outside of the children of Israel ever legitimately claim to be a party to that covenant.

Yet from as early as the 2nd century in Samaria, which is evident in the writings of Justin Martyr and later so-called “Church Fathers”, some strange interpretation of Christianity was developed whereby it was admitted that the promises of God were for Israel, but that somehow the identity of Israel was changed. This we call “replacement theology”, it is a lie, and it has always been a lie. As Paul of Tarsus had also attested near the very end of his ministry, his labors were for the twelve tribes of Israel, for the hope of those twelve tribes, and not for some new replacement Israel, which is recorded in Acts chapter 26. A lie which has been perpetuated for over 1,800 years does not make it true. The promises of God were made to Abraham’s seed through Jacob, and Paul himself explained in Romans chapter 4 that Abraham had already become the father of many nations “according to that which was spoken”. Then he repeated what was spoken and said: “So shall thy seed be.” Other nations did not become Abraham’s seed, and Abraham himself believed that God was true when He promised that his seed would become many nations, which it did. This identification of the seed has been a shell game between Church and Jews which has been played now for over 1,800 years, and neither of them are the seed. The Word of God promised that Abraham’s actual physical seed would become many nations, and those nations can be identified in Scripture as the White Christian nations of history, which we should accept if indeed we believe the Word of God.

TruthVid's 100 Proofs that the Israelites were White, Part 41

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TruthVid's 100 Proofs that the Israelites were White, Part 41

In our last few presentations in this series, we have already discussed many aspects of Jacob and Esau in prophecy. There and earlier in this series we had also discussed how it was that many of the Judaeans of the time of Christ were actually Edomites, and not Israelites. We also discussed the first two chapters of the prophecy of Malachi at length, and how Malachi begins with a comparison of Jacob and Esau before spending the rest of those two chapters admonishing the priests for their corruption of the priesthood. Without a doubt, Malachi helps to put into a proper Biblical perspective both the history of the period and the composition of the people of Judaea as it was recorded by Flavius Josephus and mentioned by Strabo of Cappadocia, and also the contention between Christ and His adversaries as it was recorded in John chapter 8. This in turn is all supported by the explanation of the divisions among the Judaeans by Paul of Tarsus in Romans chapter 9, where he compared Jacob and Esau and cited the opening verses of Malachi. Now we shall see the nature and characteristics of Esau which are evident in the New Testament. All of this background history is seen to fulfill the words of Isaac in the blessings which he granted to both Jacob and Esau, and the related circumstances which we see in the accounts of the lives of those patriarchs in the Book of Genesis. The background history, as well as the prophecy, is also the only valid way with which to view the cause of the divisions among first-century Judaeans in respect to Christ, as that is also the explanation of the apostles themselves.

53) The Nature of Esau in the New Testament

In Matthew chapter 2, there is an account of certain Magi who had come from the East, which is almost certainly the Parthian Empire as the Magi were a priestly caste found among the Medes, in the words of the 5th century BC Greek historian Herodotus. So it is likely that these Magi were descendants of the ancient Israelites, many of whom had been resettled “in the cities of the Medes”, according to both Assyrian inscriptions and the Biblical accounts found in 2 Kings chapters 17 and 18. Herodotus had also written that the Magi were a tribe, or race, among the Medes (The Histories, 1.101, 140) and that “These Medes were called anciently by all people Arians” (The Histories 7.62). So we see that the Magi came from ancient Medea, and even if the words of Herodotus do not prove conclusively that they were ancient Israelites, of whom Herodotus seemed to be ignorant, the fact that these Magi were awaiting a Messiah in Israel around this time certainly does make that indication. There is no doubt, however, that being Medes they were White men.

On the Epistles of John, Part 4: The Children of Yahweh

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On the Epistles of John, Part 4: The Children of Yahweh

In our last presentation in this commentary, which discussed the final verses of John chapter 2 and which was titled Christ and Antichrist, we sought to describe what it was that the apostles and others had believed the Christ to be from their own professions as they are recorded in the Gospel accounts, and which they themselves must have attained through their understanding of the words of the prophets. So by understanding what the apostles had believed the Christ to be, only then can we properly understand what John could have meant where he wrote in that chapter and asked: “22 Who is a liar, if not he denying that Yahshua is the Christ? He is the Antichrist, who denies the Father and the Son!”

So we must ask, how could one deny the Father by denying that Yahshua is the Christ? Then John had once again led us to discuss the inseparable nature of Yahshua Christ and Yahweh God the Father in his declaration that “23 Each denying the Son has not the Father either; he being in agreement with the Son also has the Father.” To summarize our conclusions briefly, as well as answering our own question, the only valid Christian understanding is that Yahshua Christ is Yahweh God incarnate, the Father as the Son, the invisible God and Creator taking part in His Own Creation as King, Redeemer and Savior of His people. To understand any differently is to imagine that the words of Yahweh which were recorded by the prophets are lies, and that Yahweh destroyed His Own law, having transgressed it, rather than understanding how Christ had fulfilled the law while at the same time never having transgressed the law.

Jim Rizoli Interviews William Finck

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We have been familiar with Jim Rizoli from our Social Media  circles for many years, but I have never before spoken with him. This week he wrote asking if I would like to do an interview, so I got together with him this Wednesday afternoon. While I cannot explain all of the details supporting everything which I believe in one hour, it was nevertheless an enjoyable conversation.

See Jim Rizoli's channel on Bitchute, especially for the parade of clowns he had on after this interview, and his virtue signaling on the race issue ever since speaking to me. Jim is essentially a social justice warrior disguised as a holocaust denier. Jim claims to be opposed to World Jewry, yet he has accepted the entire Jewish agenda of egalitarianism and race-mixing.

TruthVid's 100 Proofs that the Israelites were White, Part 40

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TruthVid's 100 Proofs that the Israelites were White, Part 40

Here we will continue our discussion of the bigger picture of Jacob and Esau in prophecy. To us, it is fully apparent in history, as the history of the White world has been recorded, that ever since Abraham placed Isaac on the altar dedicating him to Yahweh, world history has revolved around the blessings which Isaac had given to Jacob and Esau, and the resulting struggle between them and their respective descendants. Once the parties of Scripture are correctly identified, that struggle is manifest throughout history down to this very day. This is fully relevant to the circumstances under which we live in the modern world.

As we have explained, Malachi, the last prophet of the Old Testament, had begun his discussion of the corrupted priesthood with a portrayal of the mistaken concern which Jacob would have for Esau. This served as the basis upon which Malachi then condemned the priests, and it explains the division among the people of Judaea in the time of Christ, of which Malachi had also prophesied. This understanding of Biblical prophecy helps to explain very precisely the circumstances under which we live today, as world Jewry is the center of global politics and international attention, and as Christians – especially those in America – support Jewry without question, going so far as to worship Jews rather than Jesus. At the same time, World Jewry is at the vanguard of every policy favoring people of other races and nations to the detriment, and even to the destruction of White nations. This is not a coincidence, as we have seen that Esau had wanted to kill Jacob as soon as he realized that Jacob received his father’s blessing.

52) Jacob and Esau in Prophecy, Part 2

We have already discussed the sin of Esau and the resulting controversy between Jacob and Esau, and between Rebekah and Esau, which led to Jacob’s receiving the blessings of Abraham from Isaac in place of his elder brother. We have also discussed the prophecy of Christian Zionism which opened the words of the prophet Malachi, and the more immediate consequences of the situation it describes relative to the ministry of Christ. But what we did not mention is how the undue concern for Esau himself had also been manifested in the later life of Jacob himself.

On the Epistles of John, Part 3: Christ and Antichrist

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On the Epistles of John, Part 3: Christ and Antichrist

In our last presentation in this commentary on the epistles of John, which we had titled The Propitiation for Sin, we sought to explain how the law stood in the way of any reconciliation between Yahweh God and the divorced children of Israel. Among other things, we cited the law where it says that every man (which includes every woman) must die for his own sin. When a man sins a sin for which he is liable to death, then he himself must die, and there is no other option under the law. But the ways in which the law obstructed the reconciliation of Yahweh and Israel is evident in even more ways than we had explained. For example, once the divorce of Israel was announced in the words of the prophet Hosea, Yahweh instructed the prophet, in Hosea chapter 3 where we read “1 Then said the LORD unto me, Go yet, love a woman beloved of her friend, yet an adulteress, according to the love of the LORD toward the children of Israel, who look to other gods, and love flagons of wine.” In Hosea chapter 2 Yahweh had already spoken of Israel and said: “7 And she shall follow after her lovers, but she shall not overtake them; and she shall seek them, but shall not find them: then shall she say, I will go and return to my first husband; for then was it better with me than now.” In spite of that, Yahweh had also sworn later in that same chapter that He would betroth Israel once again, and betroth Israel forever. This is a paradox, as we must know that Yahweh would not transgress His Own law.

So we must ask, could Israel return to her first husband? Or could the Husband take back an adulterous wife? The law forbids that, as we read in Deuteronomy chapter 24: “1 When a man hath taken a wife, and married her, and it come to pass that she find no favour in his eyes, because he hath found some uncleanness in her: then let him write her a bill of divorcement, and give it in her hand, and send her out of his house. 2 And when she is departed out of his house, she may go and be another man's wife. 3 And if the latter husband hate her, and write her a bill of divorcement, and giveth it in her hand, and sendeth her out of his house; or if the latter husband die, which took her to be his wife; 4 Her former husband, which sent her away, may not take her again to be his wife, after that she is defiled; for that is abomination before the LORD: and thou shalt not cause the land to sin, which the LORD thy God giveth thee for an inheritance.” So even if Israel sought to return to Yahweh, there was no way under the law by which that was possible, and Yahweh’s law does not change.

TruthVid's 100 Proofs that the Israelites were White, Part 39

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TruthVid's 100 Proofs that the Israelites were White, Part 39

Having completed our discussion of the corrupted priesthood and our interpretation of the words of the prophet Malachi in that regard, which in turn illuminate the reasons for the divisions between Christ and His adversaries as they are described in John chapter 8, it is now appropriate to discuss the bigger picture of Jacob and Esau in prophecy. These things certainly are related, as that is how even Malachi had begun his discussion of the corrupted priesthood, with a portrayal of the mistaken concern which Jacob would have for Esau. This portrayal serves as the very basis upon which Malachi condemns the priests. However the relationship between Jacob and Esau goes far beyond the priesthood, and Biblical prophecy helps to explain the very circumstances under which we live today, as world Jewry is the center of global politics and international attention, as Christians – especially those in America – support Jewry without question, going so far as to worship Jews more than Jesus. So that concern which Malachi portrayed is prophetic, and that also fits into the proper explanation of those same circumstances.

Before we begin, I need to explain an error which I made in our last presentation, in Part 39. I was paraphrasing Jeremiah 2:21 from memory but confused it with a similar prophecy in Isaiah which described Israel as a “pleasant plant”. Yet the phrase in Jeremiah is a little different, although it has the same general meaning, where Yahweh is portrayed as asking: “Yet I had planted thee a noble vine, wholly a right seed: how then art thou turned into the degenerate plant of a strange vine unto me?” In that same place the answer is provided where the children of Israel are described as having hewed out for themselves broken cisterns which can hold no water, and having a sin which cannot be washed. In the overall context it is revealed that the sin is that of race-mixing fornication.

On the Epistles of John, Part 2: The Propitiation for Sin

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On the Epistles of John, Part 2: The Propitiation for Sin

In our opening presentation in this commentary, discussing 1 John chapter 1, we saw the apostle repeat particular themes from his Gospel in relation to the nature of Christ, that, among other things, He is the Word of Life, and He is the true Light come into the World. Doing that, we used an accompanying illustration which seeks to describe the various ways in which Yahweh, the Invisible God, chose to manifest Himself in the world. Among these are the burning in the bush which appeared to Moses, the pillars of cloud and fire which led the Israelites out of Egypt, the Rock in the desert, and finally, as the man Yahshua Christ, who is also the Son. Sadly, there are trinitarians who also call themselves Christian Identity, but who do not realize that the concept of the trinity is contrary to the truth of God.

It is not that Yahweh God became or made Himself into a pillar of smoke or a pillar of fire, but that He used the pillars of smoke and fire as signs indicating that He was present with the children of Israel to lead them out of Egypt. So from the perspective of man, we read in Exodus chapter 13 that “21… the LORD went before them by day in a pillar of a cloud, to lead them the way; and by night in a pillar of fire, to give them light; to go by day and night:” Likewise, in Exodus chapter 3, while the burning in the bush was initially called an “angel”, an angel is only a messenger, and an angel does not have to be a sentient being, as even the elements of Creation may be used by God to send a message. So after Moses wrote that “the angel of the Lord appeared unto him in a flame of fire”, as it is in the King James Version, in that same place we then read: “4 And when the LORD saw that he turned aside to see, God called unto him out of the midst of the bush, and said, Moses, Moses. And he said, Here am I.” It was not an angel who spoke to Moses, but Yahweh God Himself, described as being in the flames in the bush. Therefore the flames themselves were the angel, as they were employed to attract the attention of Moses and to represent to presence of the Invisible God. Perhaps trinitarians may imagine Moses to have been speaking to a man with wings and a white garment sitting in the flames in a bush, but that is not what the Scripture implies.

TruthVid's 100 Proofs that the Israelites were White, Part 38

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TruthVid's 100 Proofs that the Israelites were White, Part 38

In our last presentation in this series we began to discuss the admonitions of a corrupted priesthood in the words of the prophet Malachi, and again we should note how that corresponds with the warnings of Peter and Jude, that a certain caste of intruders and infiltrators had corrupted the assemblies and doctrines of the people of God in ancient times. They also warned that they would continue to do so in the Christian era. As we have also recently discussed, both Paul of Tarsus and the apostle John had described those same infiltrators in different terms, even labeling them as Satan and as Antichrists. Now, in keeping with this same theme, we are going to continue our discussion of the prophecy of Malachi and the corruption of the priesthood for which he had admonished the priests of his own time several centuries before the ministry of Christ. Doing that we may see that Malachi prophesied concerning the very circumstances in Judaea of which Christ had spoken, for which He condemned His adversaries and of which the apostles of Christ had written. As we shall also see, some of these prophecies were fulfilled quite explicitly during the ministry of Christ.

51) Malachi and the corrupted priesthood, Part 2

Once again, many of my notes here this evening are condensed from parts 2 and 3 of my early 2017 commentary on the prophet Malachi, which were titled The Corrupted Priesthood and Universalism Rebuked. Last week we discussed Malachi chapter 1, and now we will discuss chapter 2 in respect of this same topic, the corrupted priesthood. Once we see how the priesthood was corrupted, we must once again acknowledge the racial message of the Scripture, which leads to the conclusion that the Israelites were White. This will not be an entire commentary, which is far too long for our purposes here.

We have already given the historical background necessary to understand the words of the prophet, how Jacob, speaking of the people collectively, had greater concern for Esau than for himself, how the priests had become contemptible and how Yahweh God would no longer accept their sacrifices, how they have operated in their priesthood for their own gain, just as Christ had condemned the priests of His Own time. We discussed the conversions of the Edomites to Judaism as many as 160 years before the start of the ministry of Christ, and how even many of the priests were also Edomites. However the race-mixing fornication perpetrated by the priests had actually started long before that, in the days of both Nehemiah and later Ezra, and although those men made many admonishments, the correction never lasted long.

On the Epistles of John, Part 1: Light and the Word of Life

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See the full article for the opening notes to this presentation.

On the Epistles of John, Part 1: Light and the Word of Life

Now, turning our attention to the first epistle of John, for our translation we have either followed or considered the readings of the 4th century Codices Sinaiticus (א) and Vaticanus (B), the 5th century Codices Alexandrinus (A), Ephraemi Syri (C) and Vaticanus Graecus 2061 (048), and the 6th century Codices known only as Uncial 0245 and Uncial 0296, all of them as they are presented in the 27th edition of the Nestle-Aland Novum Testamentum Graece. Additionally, there is one ancient papyrus that was also considered, which is known as P9 in the Nestle-Aland editions. In this papyrus are preserved fragments of several verses of 1 John chapter 4, and it is esteemed to date to the 3rd century. The earliest surviving witness to any of the text of 1 John may be the Muratorian Fragment, or Canon, which dates to approximately 170 AD and which cites the opening three verses of this epistle.

As I have said in the past, while we possess a copy of the 28th edition of the Novum Testamentum Graece, which was first published in 2012, I have not yet had the opportunity to compare its Greek text and critical notes to these translations. Our translation and notes are based on the 27th edition, which was first published in 1993. The 28th edition does add 29 recently discovered papyri to the catalog of 98 New Testament papyri fragments from which readings were included in the 27th edition. But none of the newly added papyri fragments contain any portion of the epistles of John.

Among the early Christian writers, 1 John is mentioned in the surviving fragments of Papias, a bishop of Hierapolis who died about 130 AD. So Papias attests to 1 John only decades after it was written. Both Clement of Alexandria, who died circa 215 AD, and Origen who died perhaps 23 years later, had written commentaries on the epistles of John. In his commentary, Clement expressly considered the John of the Gospel to have been the same John to whom the epistles are attributed. Origen also mentioned or cited 1 John in both his de Principiis and his commentary on Matthew. 1 John is mentioned frequently in Cyprian's Three Books of Testimonies Against the Jews. Cyprian was a bishop of Roman Carthage in the first half of the 3rd century. So far as we have seen, authorship of the epistles is not disputed in any of these writings.