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Paul’s Epistle to the Hebrews, Part 11: Perpetual Propitiation in Christ

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The opening remarks to this program are found in the Christogenea forum under the topic Answering Anti-Christ Memes 

Paul’s Epistle to the Hebrews, Part 11: Perpetual Propitiation in Christ

In the earlier chapters of this epistle to the Hebrews Paul sought to persuade his readers of the temporary nature of the Levitical priesthood as opposed to the eternal priesthood of Melchizedek which is inherited by Yahshua Christ, as David had announced in the Psalms. Then with Hebrews chapter 8 Paul began comparing the temporary expiations for sin which were under the law to the eternal propitiation for sin which is in Christ. In Hebrews chapter 9 Paul connected the propitiation for sin in Christ directly to the promise of a new covenant which is found in the prophet Jeremiah, and we have seen that the children of Israel have an eternal inheritance which is not dependent upon any works or sacrifices made by men, but which is solely dependent upon the promises which Yahweh had made to Abraham. The keeping of the promises to Abraham being the ultimate reason for the making of a new covenant, we also see that only the children of Israel, those who were under the old covenant, could possibly have any part with Christ under the new covenant. Doing all of this, Paul has cited a fair portion of the Old Testament scriptures in order to confirm his assertions, and we hope to have elucidated many of the scriptures which he had not cited but which further support those assertions.

Here in Hebrews chapter 11, Paul continues to contrast the propitiation for sin which was under the law to that which is in Christ, but we must be careful to distinguish the fact that Paul never sought to set aside the commandments of the law. Rather, in Hebrews chapter 9 Paul made a reference to “dead works”, which is a reference to the rituals, sacrifices and ceremonies of the law and not to the commandments themselves. In fact, since Paul of Tarsus had written in Romans 4:15 that “where no law is, there is no transgression”, and in Romans 5:13 that “sin is not imputed when there is no law”, if the commandments of the law are done away with then Paul would never have had any further need to discuss or to describe either sin or forgiveness. Yet where Paul said in his first epistle to Timothy that “Some men's sins are open beforehand, going before to judgment; and some men they follow after”, we see that Paul believed that men can still sin, so the commandments of the law must still be in effect, and Paul never attempted to set them aside.

The Protocols of Satan, Part 18: Protocol No. 2 and the Economic Plans of the Jew

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Now we are going to commence with our discussion of the so-called Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, as they are found in the book The Protocols and World Revolution attributed to Boris Brasol, and published in Boston in 1920 by Maynard, Small & Co. This is the second of the Protocols, and we never know where the discussion will take us when we begin, so we have no idea how many segments it may take to complete. We suspect that the balance of each of the twenty-four Protocols won’t take as long to present as our discussion of the first, but then again we cannot tell…

PROTOCOL NO. 2

It is necessary for us that wars, whenever possible, should bring no territorial advantages; this will shift war to an economic basis and force nations to realize the strength of our predominance; such a situation will put both sides at the mercy of our million-eyed international agency, which will be unhampered by any frontiers. Then our international rights will do away with national rights, in a limited sense, and will rule the peoples in the same way as the civil power of each state regulates the relation of its subjects among themselves.

In this respect we can see why in recent decades the Jews have naturally been the foremost promoters of open borders, open migration of people, globalism, and everything else that disintegrates the character of nations.

Paul’s Epistle to the Hebrews, Part 10: The Eternal Inheritance

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Paul’s Epistle to the Hebrews, Part 10: The Eternal Inheritance

Presenting the first part of Hebrews chapter 9 we felt that we should elaborate on the common nature of sphinxes and cherubs, the importance of which should not be understated. While the first sphinx-like creatures appeared in Egyptian monuments as early as the 4th dynasty, which is perceived to have begun around 2600 BC, by 1450 BC the sphinx was employed as the symbol by which the Israelites had signified the presence of Yahweh their God, in the inner chamber of the temple and on the ark of the covenant itself. Then after the Israelite settlement of Canaan, variations of the Hebrew cherub, or sphinx, began to appear throughout the lands surrounding the Mediterranean, as well as in the architecture of the Mesopotamian nation-states. So the spread of these cherubs, or sphinxes, seems to coincide with the spread of the early Israelites and their influence throughout the ancient world. The sphinx, or cherub, seems to be one of the oldest Aryan religious symbols, and it is no mistake or coincidence that it was used to represent the presence of the God of Israel. To us, the use and spread of the sphinx, or cherub, in this manner also seems to represent the promise that Yahweh would call His son out of Egypt, the primary reference being to the children of Israel, which is found in Hosea 11:1.

Where Paul mentions the ark of the covenant, we also made it a point to demonstrate that the ark was never present during the period of the second temple, and down to the time of Christ, or even to this very day. We did that to make another point. When presenting Hebrews chapter 8 we illustrated the fact that the kingdom of Judah, as well as Israel, was divorced from Yahweh God. So just because the few from Judah who returned to Jerusalem had built a new temple and continued in their traditions does not mean that the divorce from the kingdom itself did not occur. The people of second-temple Jerusalem had never properly constituted a kingdom, since they were ruled by Levites rather than the rightful kings of Judah, and for most of their history they were under the yoke of three of the different beast empires (Persian, Greek and Roman) of the prophecy of Daniel. Furthermore, since there was no ark of the covenant in the temple, then there was no mercy seat, and there were no tablets of testimony which represented the nuptial agreement between Yahweh and Israel recorded in the book of Exodus. So during the second temple period, the sacrifices could not have been effectual, according to the law which required those things for propitiation from sin. Therefore the people of Judaea, those of the circumcision, were actually existing under the same conditions that the Israelites of the dispersions were living under, which is alienation from God with no propitiation for sin. As we have said earlier in this series of presentations, the entire purpose of the 70-weeks Kingdom, as it is described in Daniel chapter 9, was to bring forth the Messiah, and in that same manner Paul explains here that the entire purpose of the Old Covenant itself was in preparation for the Messiah, Yahshua Christ, who would exhibit the true way to life.

The Protocols of Satan, Part 17: Are These Things So?

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The Protocols of Satan, Part 17: Are These Things So?

This is the 17th installment of our series of The Protocols of Satan, which is a discussion of the so-called Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion from a Christian Identity perspective, both historical and religious. The first 7 of these segments only discussed the legitimacy of the Protocols, the arguments that they are a forgery, and some of the arguments that they are indeed valid documents which express ideas that have originated in Jewry. We have even further evidence of that which we hope to exhibit here in the weeks, or months, to come.

The previous 9 segments of this series discussed the first of the 24 Protocols, titled The Basic Doctrine, and took a few digressions to present background material for various topics, such as the evidence that the Jews were in control of the press throughout the West from the mid-19th century, and were therefore in a position to do everything of which the Protocols boasts. We also took time to contrast a Jewish materialistic view of economy and government, using Frédéric Bastiat as an example, to a Christian and spiritual view of economy and government, using Adolf Hitler as an example. Of course, this last statement would be laughable in most worldly circles, and that would only prove our point concerning the undue Jewish influence on society through their control of the media and academics. Anyone who laughs without examination at our assertions proves themselves to have been brainwashed by the devil – unless they themselves are devils.

Paul’s Epistle to the Hebrews, Part 9: Departure from Earthly Trappings

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The comments in the beginning of the program are found in a post at the Christogenea Forum titled Geography Trannies.

Paul’s Epistle to the Hebrews, Part 9: Departure from Earthly Trappings (and: Greek Cherubs, Hebrew Sphinxes)

In the earlier chapters of this epistle to the Hebrews, Paul of Tarsus had spent considerable time proving to his readers from Scripture that there is an eternal priesthood which both precedes and transcends the Levitical priesthood, and that the beloved king David in the Psalms had prophesied of such a coming priest, which is after the “order of Melchizedek”, and that this prophecy was fulfilled in the person of Yahshua Christ. Then in Hebrews chapter 8 Paul connected this prophesied priest to the promise of a new covenant which is found in Jeremiah chapter 31, which Paul had cited at length.

Presenting that last chapter of Hebrews, among the subjects which we had discussed we hope to have substantiated three things, and, in a digression, a fourth. Firstly, that the writings of the Old Testament announce a new covenant in prophecies other than the one in Jeremiah chapter 31 which Paul had quoted. So in that regard we cited Hosea and Ezekiel as second and third witnesses to Jeremiah’s prophecy. Secondly, that the old covenant was broken, first by the people and then by Yahweh God Himself, and therefore nobody can claim to still be under that covenant. In that regard we cited Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Daniel and Zechariah. There is another witnesses in Scripture to the breaking of the old covenant, and the promise of a new, and that is Isaiah, whom we did not cite last week.

The Protocols of Satan, Part 16

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The Protocols of Satan, Part 16

Here on the heels of the latest United States Presidential election we return to our presentation of the Protocols of Satan. Perhaps we may soon know whether this latest election result was granted to provide the world with some temporary relief from the wiles of the devil, or if it is indeed another chapter in the ultimate fulfillment of the Protocols. We should seriously doubt that Satan has ceded any control over American politics, and believe instead that the devils are indeed satisfied with the outcome. George Soros had boasted on network television that Hillary Clinton would lose the popular vote, and win the electoral college. It didn’t happen. In fact, the result was precisely the opposite. But how do you know when a Jew is telling the truth? They make war by means of deception, and they feign weakness when they have the advantage. When a Jew moves his lips, he is lying, and wherever one may see a rabbi, there has already been a crime. These adages are true, and they are always true because even when a Jew appears to be telling the truth, he is doing it with pretense, and with an ulterior motive that is much more important to him than any concession to fact. Donald Trump has said a lot of things which nationalists everywhere love to hear, and the next several months will be an indication of whether or not he really meant any them, and also of how he meant them. His interpretation of his words certainly differ from that of many of his supporters.

We have also noted that during the weeks and months preceding the election, many nationalist-leaning Trump supporters practically refused to process many things which Trump had said in his speeches. After the election, when protests broke out, some were even upset that Trump called for unity, understanding that White Americans should have no unity with the types of supposed people who were protesting. However Trump has not betrayed his supporters at all. They just didn’t hear his words during the campaign. For instance, in the opening moments of his so-called Gettysburg Address speech given in October, Trump made a reference of the divisions which Abraham Lincoln faced as president, and expressed hope that he himself may heal the “divisions we are living through right now”. Like it or not, that is a call for unity amongst Americans regardless of race or regardless of any other barriers, that the divisions among the races should somehow be healed. That is the real Donald Trump, whom too many people refuse to see. So they will express surprise and betrayal over the months and years to come.

Paul’s Epistle to the Hebrews, Part 8: The Distinction of Old and New Covenants

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Paul’s Epistle to the Hebrews, Part 8: The Distinction of Old and New Covenants

Presenting the most recent chapters of Paul’s epistle to the Hebrews, which are chapters 6 and 7, through the Scriptures we hope to have established as fact that the Adamic patriarchs of the line of the first-born sons were charged with the responsibility of being preachers of righteousness, as the first-born sons are the natural priests of the Adamic family. In turn, we also hope to have elucidated how this helps to reveal for us the nature of the Melchizedek priesthood, and that the story of Melchizedek in the Genesis account was written in the manner that it was so that Melchizedek would serve as a prophetic type for the true and coming Melchizedek priest, which is Yahshua Christ. He is the heir of the Melchizedek priesthood because, being God incarnate, He is the ultimate first-born Son and He is the legitimate patriarch of the entire Adamic family.

So in Hebrews chapter 7 Paul of Tarsus had explained that the Levitical priesthood had passed, and that Christ was the high priest of an older order which was therefore of greater authority, which is the order of Melchizedek. To prove that this older priesthood was of greater authority, Paul illustrated the fact that Abraham, the ancestor of Levi, had made tithes to this Melchizedek, who was therefore greater than Abraham and who in turn had blessed Abraham. Doing this, Paul hoped to impress upon the Hebrews that their Levitical priesthood was never meant to perpetuate, as that was the original plan of God for the Melchizedek priesthood. The Melchizedek priesthood is eternal and transcends the Levitical priesthood which was only implemented for a more particular purpose: for the maintenance of the Old Testament kingdom which had also come to pass. So Paul had also explained that the Levitical priesthood and its continuous sacrifices were peculiar to the Old Covenant, and now they were eclipsed in Christ, who made one sacrifice which has an indefinite efficacy to absolve the sins of the people. Furthermore, Paul had also explained that while the Levitical high priests were temporal and they died, Christ is eternal and He lives, so there is absolutely no need for the people to have any other priest.

Political Devices: Messages for a Post-Election Nationalism

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Messages for a Post-Election Nationalism, with Sven Longshanks and Brother Ryan. William Finck's aspiration in this podcast was an elaboration on the sentiments expressed in his recent Saxon Messsenger editorial, Political Devices

Fellowship of God's Covenant People - Scatterers and Gatherers

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This sermon was given at the Fellowship of God's Covenant People on Sunday, October 30th, 2016.

This visit to the Fellowship of God's Covenant People was decided on relatively short notice, and when I considered what I should present, I thought to speak on this subject of scattering and gathering upon being informed of certain events which took place recently here in this congregation. When I discussed my planned talk with Pastor Downey, he informed me that he himself had already said some of the same things which you may hear from me today. Mark even quoted from an essay on this topic which I had written a few years ago, and which I will incorporate into this discussion.

So when Mark asked me if I wanted to read what he had written, I politely declined, explaining that if I said the same things independently, that would better serve as a second witness to what he has already said here over the past few weeks. In my opinion, if we really do seek to please Christ and edify the body of Christ, we cannot entertain those who despise our core message. We cannot entertain those who in any way work contrary to our core message. None of the things which I say here today are for your admonishment. Rather, I would commend you for supporting Pastor Downey in his decision. Therefore I hope to say these things for your edification, that you have another assurance, knowing that you have made a necessary decision. I pray you continue to make such decisions in the future, because we should always expect that our faith may be tried in the fire.

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

 
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See Arthur Lee's website IdentityStruggle.org

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