Are You an Israelite Sheep or a Judeo-Christian Sheeple?




There are well over four dozen references to sheep found in the Old Covenant (Old Testament or OT) and the New Covenant (New Testament or NT) Scriptures. What is one characteristic of sheep? Sheep follow each other.


This missive discusses the difference between true Israelite sheep and judeo-christian sheeple. Israelite sheep tend to examine the Scripture without bringing to their studies any preconceived ideas. Israelite sheep examine the biblical text, including the original Hebrew and Greek texts, especially  the original Hebrew and Greek texts, and not just the multitude of English language versions of translations; the context wherein those texts are found, use proper exegesis, and come away with an accurate interpretation of what the Scripture actually says, despite what the text says, and not what they want it to say.


A true Christian Israelite will “prove all things, hold fast to that which is good.” I Thes. 5:17.


Judeo-christian sheeple, on the other hand, tend to only read their bibles, if they read them at all, superficially. Rarely do they dig into the meanings of the words they read in the Greek or the Hebrew, the languages the Scriptures were written. Having lived in four different countries, all using a different language, Spanish, Thai, Arabic and Korean, I have learned first-hand that getting a proper translation from one language to another, is not an easy process. Using the wrong word, when a different word could just as easily have been used, quite often can give a totally different meaning to the text than the meaning the original author intended. Translating the bible from Hebrew and Greek into English is no different – wrong English words are often used, leading to entirely different understandings by the reader than what was intended by the author. Judeo-christian sheeple tend to ignore the additional meaning words used in Scripture may have, and invariably miss the true meaning of the passage.


Judeo-christian sheeple also tend to ignore the context of the passage under examination.  For example, the book of Romans was written by Paul in the first century A.D. to Romans, not to the 21st century Mongolians, or the Aborigines of Australia. Paul was of the tribe of Benjamin, the Romans were one of the tribes of Israel. (Judah) This is the context of Romans. To take the message of Romans and apply it to any other non-Israelite tribe is simply error. It would be like writing a letter to a family member and someone, entirely outside your family, applying to themselves the contents of that letter. You would think that application to be ridiculous. But that is exactly what millions of judeo-christians do when they attempt to apply Scriptures written by Israelites, about Israelites, for Israelites and to Israelites, to any other people.


Judeo-christian sheeple also tend to look around them, at the other sheeple they associate themselves with and don’t see many Israelites. They don’t see any mega-churches that teach that the 12 Tribes of Israel are actually the Anglo-Saxon-Scandinavian-Celtic-Germanic and kindred peoples of the world. Jerry Falwell didn’t teach this message. Pat Robertson doesn’t teach this message and look at the mega-ministry Pat Robertson has; surely Robertson and all those millions of his followers can’t be wrong, can they? John Hagee’s Christians United for Israel is a worldwide ministry reaching millions of judeo-christian-zionists and raises millions of dollars for Israel every year. Hagee and all those millions of judeo-christians can’t be wrong, can they?


Let’s examine Scripture together shall we?


The use of sheep as a metaphor for the people of Yahweh are used by the Psalmists, for example,  “For he is our God; and we are the sheep of his pasture, and the sheep of his hand.” Pslam 95:7. “Know ye that the Lord he is God: it is he that hath made us, and not we ourselves; we are his people, and the sheep of his pasture.” Psalm 100:3 and Psalm 119:176: “I have gone astray like a lost sheep;”

The most famous of the psalms is, of course, Psalm 23: “The LORD is my shepherd,” obviously indicating that the author of the psalm, King David, himself a shepherd, also considered himself, metaphorically, as a sheep.


References to the Israelites as sheep are also found in the major prophets, such as Isaiah 53:6: “All we like sheep have gone astray; we have turned every one to his own way; and the Lord hath laid on him the iniquity of us all.” The image of a sheep before her shearers is used to provide us with the submissiveness with which Yahshua Christ willingly yielded to his oppressors in Isaiah 53:7: “He was oppressed, and he was afflicted, yet he opened not his mouth: he is brought as a lamb to the slaughter, and as a sheep before her shearers is dumb, so he openeth not his mouth.”


The prophet Jeremiah refers to the Israelites as “scattered sheep” in 50:6; as “scattered, devoured sheep, with “bones broken”  by Nebuchadrezzar king of Babylon in 50:17.


The priest – prophet in exile in the land of the Chaldeans, Ezekiel, talks of the Israelite “sheep (who) wandered through all the mountains, and upon every hill, yea, my flock was scattered upon all the face of the earth, and none did search or seek after them.” Ezekiel 34:6 He predicts the Lord God  “will both search my sheep, and seek them out.” Ezekiel 34:11,and verse 12: “As a shepherd seeketh out his flock in the day that he is among his sheep that are scattered; so will I seek out my sheep, and will deliver them out of all places where they have been scattered in the cloudy and dark day.”


Yahweh also uses sheep as a simile, in Micah 2:12, for the tribe of Jacob, and when referring to the remnant of Jacob among the nations in the midst of many people as a lion among the beasts of the forest, as a young lion among the flocks of sheep” in Micah 5:8. Zechariah 13:7 refers to scattered sheep of Judah when the shepherd is smitten.


Notice, every single mention of the word sheep above taken from the OT refers to Israelites. No other people are included. Notice particularly Pslam 95:7: “Know ye that the Lord he is God: it is he that hath made us, and not we ourselves; we are his people, and the sheep of his pasture.”


“We are his people, the sheep of his pasture.” Connect this psalm with Amos 3:2: “You only have I known of all the families of the earth;” Verse 1 of Amos 3 shows the context of this verse, who this family is: “Hear this word that the LORD has spoken against you, O children of Israel, against the whole family which I brought out of the land of Egypt.” Only one family did Yahweh bring out of Egypt, the family of Jacob/Israel. Only one family has Yahweh known of all the families of the earth: the family of Jacob/Israel.


How much plainer does it have to be? If there is a problem interpreting the meaning of these verses, the problem lies with the person doing the interpretation, not any alleged difficulty inherent within the text. If there is a difficulty understanding the meaning of these verses, the difficulty is in the refusal of the student accepting  the clear meaning of the passages, not the passages themselves.


Moving into the New Testament, the NT being the only portion of the bible many, if not most of those trapped within the judeo-christian cult actually read, we find numerous uses of sheep as a simile for the members of the family of the tribes of Israel.


“But when he saw the multitudes, (while Yahshua went about in all the cities and villages of Judaea – see Matthew 9:35, that is the multitudes were Judaeans) he was moved with compassion on them, because they fainted, and were scattered abroad, as sheep having no shepherd.” Matthew 9:36


“And Jesus, when he came out, saw much people, and was moved with compassion toward them, because they were as sheep not having a shepherd: and he began to teach them many things.” Mark 6:34 The context is the same as in Matthew 9:36, in Judah.


“And Jesus saith unto them, All ye shall be offended because of me this night: for it is written, I will smite the shepherd, and the sheep shall be scattered.” Mark 14:27, quoting from Isa. 53:5, 10; Zechariah 13:7.


Yahshua Christ used sheep in many of his parables, including: Mathew 18:12, 13. Luke 15:4-6.

Christ refers to himself as “the door of the sheep,” John 10:7; as the “good shepherd,” John 10:11, 14 and that he “lay down his life for the sheep.” John 10:15. Who are these sheep? The Israelites of the 12 Tribes of Israel.


Further evidence that the sheep are the Israelites of the 12 Tribes of Israel is found in Yahshua Christ’s instructions to his disciples recorded by Matthew in 10:5,6: “Go ye not into the way of the heathen, and into any city of the Samaritans enter not, but rather, go to the lost sheep of the house of Israel.” Judeo-christians like to ignore this Scripture, the very words of Yahshua Christ himself, explaining in clear unmistakable language to what people he was sent to: “I am not sent but unto the lost sheep of the house of Israel.” Matthew 15:24. Nowhere in all of Scripture is this clear statement contradicted.


Oh, I’ve had numerous judeo-christians quote Matthew 28:19, the passage they like to call “The Great Commission.” “Go ye therefore, and teach all nations ….” They say everything changed after the resurrection, and that the gospel was, at that point in time, no longer limited to just the jews, (sic) but was now opened up to all the nations, because the jews had crucified Christ and thus rejected Christ as their Messiah.”


These same judeo-christians will also quite often admit that Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever,” but that he changed his mind on the most important message in all of history – and the gospel of salvation – which was promised exclusively to the 12 Tribes of Israel, his people, the sheep of his pasture, the one family of all the families of the earth that he knew – was now opened up to the vast heathens throughout  the world.


Nothing could be further from the truth.


Let’s take a closer look at the word nations used in Matthew 28:19: the Great Commission passage. The word is ethnos, (Strong’s G1484) and the meaning Strong’s gives it is; a race, as of the same habit, that is, a tribe, same nature or genus, people group.


Thayer’s (Eighth Edition – Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament) definition of ethnos is: 1. A multitude (whether of men or of beasts) associated or living together, a company, a troop. Swarm. 2. a multitude of individuals of the same nature or genus. 3. Race, nation.


When one takes this Great Commission command, in context of the entire Scripture, the race, or multitude of individuals, the nation of same habit, the tribe with the same nature, or people group is clearly the 12 Tribes of Israel, the same family called the scattered sheep in Zechariah 13:7 and Ezekiel 34:12.


What did Yahshua command Peter to do to show his love for Christ? Feed “His sheep.” It should be clear by now who “his sheep” were. Peter, following these instructions of Christ, addresses his first epistle to “the elect sojourners of the dispersion of Pontus, Galatia, Cappadocia, Asia and Bithynia.” The KJV: “to the sojourners scattered throughout …” Who are these sojourners scattered through the Mediterranean Sea area? James tells us they are the “twelve tribes which are scattered abroad …” James 1:1.


What was the message of Peter to these sojourners scattered abroad? “For ye were as sheep going astray; but are now returned unto the Shepherd and Bishop of your souls.” 1 Peter 2:25


If Matthew 28:19 meant all the nations of the world, the Mongolians, the Africans, the Chinese, the Koreans, the Thais, the Cambodians, the Polynesians, all the other peoples found on the planet, then he would have used a different Greek word, allophulous, foreign, of another race, (allos – another, phulon – a tribe, the very word Luke used in Acts 10:28.


If Matthew 28:19 meant all the nations of the world, the Mongolians, the Africans, the Chinese, the Koreans, the Thais, the Cambodians, the Polynesians, all the other peoples found on the planet, then all the apostles disobeyed the command of Christ, because none of the apostles went to any of those peoples. There is no record of any missionary journeys to any of these non-Israelite people by any of the apostles. Zero. Zilch. None.


There is no historical record of any of the apostles writing any epistles to any of those peoples. Where is the epistle to the Chinese? The tribes of Africa? The natives of Peru?  The Mayans?  Zero. Zilch. None.


The message of Scripture is clear: “I am not sent but unto the lost sheep of the house of Israel.”

Christ told us “Other sheep I have, which are not of this fold: (not here in Judaea) them also I must bring and they shall hear my voice; and there shall be one fold and one shepherd.” These “other sheep” were the sheep scattered throughout the Adamic world, the area around the Mediterranean Sea, the very area Paul went to on his three missionary journeys.


We were warned by Yahshua Christ himself to “beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.” And that he was sending out his disciples “as sheep in the midst of wolves: be ye therefore wise as serpents, and harmless as doves.”


We’ve been deceived by the wolves in sheep’s clothing. By false teachers, into believing that non-Israelites, non-members of the 12 Tribes of Israel are the sheep Christ came to save.

Matthew 25 explains what is to take place in that day, that is, at the end of the age:


31 When the Son of man shall come in his glory, and all the holy angels with him, then shall he sit upon the throne of his glory:32 And before him shall be gathered all nations: (ethnos) and he shall separate them one from another, as a shepherd divideth his sheep from the goats:33 And he shall set the sheep on his right hand, but the goats on the left.34 Then shall the King say unto them on his right hand, Come, ye blessed of my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world:35 For I was an hungred, and ye gave me meat: I was thirsty, and ye gave me drink: I was a stranger, and ye took me in:36 Naked, and ye clothed me: I was sick, and ye visited me: I was in prison, and ye came unto me.


He shall set the sheep – the members of the 12 Tribes of Israel – on His right hand, and all the other people, the goats, on his left hand.


THAT is what Scripture says. Whether you like it or not, whether you believe it or not, whether or not that is what most people believe makes NO difference: THAT is what Scripture says and the entire context of Scriptures gives witness to this fact.


It doesn’t matter what Jerry Falwell taught, it doesn’t matter if Pat Robertson teaches another gospel, it doesn’t matter if John Hagee doesn’t agree, and it doesn’t matter that the Scofield Reference Bible teaches doctrine completely contrary to the evidence laid out within this missive.


What matters is “what saith the Scripture?”
















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Why No Moffat or Fenton Translations?

The James Moffat and the Ferrar Fenton translations of the bible, out of the dozens available, quite often most accurately translate the meaning of the text as found in the original languages, the Hebrew and the Greek. However, neither are ever included in any of the websites (that I am aware of) that provide multiply translations.

There is the 21st Century King James Version, the Complete English Bible, Contemporary English Version, Easy-to-Read Version, Living Bible, Good News Version, etc., all meant, in my view, to teach the reader universalism and that the jews are “Gods’ Chosen.” (How long before there is a Fornicator’s Bible made available?)

To confirm this fact for yourself, simple go to which has 45 English translations of the bible, some with several editions or the  site with 18 English translations, but neither site has the Moffat or the Fenton.


Could it be that someone reading / studying either the Moffat or Fenton translation just might begin to understand that the jews are not “God’s Chosen?” That “judeo-christianity” is an oxymoron?

That the 12 Tribes of Israel are the kinsmen who the Kinsman Redeemer redeemed?

And God forbid! that the Anglo-Saxon-Scandinavian-Celtic-Germanic and kindred peoples are the descendants of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob/Israel? And that it was these very peoples, the lost sheep of the house of Israel, and not the Chinese, or the Koreans, or the Aborigines of Australia, that Paul and the other apostles were sent to share the gospel with, that is, the good news that the Kinsman Redeemer had come to fulfill the promises made to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob/Israel and to them alone?

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The First Shall Be Last

My experience has been that no matter how friendly I am, no matter how circumspect I am with presenting aspects of my Waltenschauung with others, if there is no almost immediate agreement, they are the party to separate, to exclude or cut off their communication. [separate: aphorizo – to set off by boundary, limit, exclude]

Speak is a verb, an action word. I am commanded to “speak (what you believe to be) the truth with love.” Ephesians 4:15 For simply doing what we are commanded to do, (see verses 11-14) there is erected, by them, a boundary between us.

For this we should be glad.   “Blessed are you when men hate you and when they separate from you  and they reproach and they cast out your name as evil because of the Son of Man. Rejoice in that day and leap for joy; for, behold your reward is great in heaven; for in the like manner did their fathers unto the prophets.”

This response is nothing new. The prophets were separated from – and stoned – since the beginning.   This response is in fact, quite common. And to be expected.

Repent ( metanoeó) is also a verb meaning to “re-think.” Few there are who are willing to re-think their thinking, rethink their understanding, change their mind  and to turn in another direction once they realize they were in error.  What matters is:  are we are doing our will, what we think we should be doing, or the will of our Father, which is in heaven?

Rewards are not handed out to everyone who believes they deserve one: but to those who do the Father’s will.

21 Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that does the will of my Father which is in heaven.  22 Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works?  23 And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity. (Matthew 7)

These people think they are doing “many wonderful works,” driving many miles to visit prisoners, being missionaries to non-Israelites, worshiping the jew, like the Hagee cult of Christian Zionists, when in fact, they are “workers of iniquity.”

Those who we least expect may just be those who rise to the top step in “that day.”

“The first shall be last, and the last shall be first.”

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Whose Nation Are These United States, Anyway?

This missive is written with the experiences of having lived outside of these United States for almost 13 years.

I’ve lived in four different countries and traveled in over 25.

For several months I was the manager of the largest hotel on Corn Island, Nicaragua, on the Caribbean Sea. While there I worked with the Mestizo / Caribbean blacks and dealt every day with the native Nicaraguans and travelers from all over the world.

I lived six years in Thailand, working with the most educated Thai people.

I lived and worked in Qatar for several months, interacting with Muslims from Iran, South Africa, Iraq, the UAE and many other parts of the world.

I lived five years in South Korea working with the most educated Koreans.

I didn’t just vacation in these countries, enjoying the best these nations had to offer. I lived and experienced day-to-day life living in a foreign culture, among non-Caucasians who do not think, act or believe like Caucasians think, act or believe.

In my 13 years abroad, I learned – contrary to what I had been led to believe – non-Caucasians are not like me. I learned that diversity was not a strength.

I have nothing against those people.

Do you know what? Wanting to live with and be around your own people – your own kind – I learned – is normal. Kind after kind.

While living abroad, I noticed something – people tend to congregate with their own kind. Caucasians would associate with fellow Caucasians and Asians with fellow Asians.  Kind after kind.

Again, people wanting to be around their own kind, I came to realize, is normal.

Never once did I hear the Koreans say: “Gee, we just don’t have enough non-Koreans here, not enough Filipinos, not enough Indonesians, not enough Japanese. We need to allow more non-Koreans in. After all, diversity is our strength.”

Which brings us to the question: Whose Nation Are These United States, Anyway?

The answer, I believe, is found in the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution

We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

Posterity means – from one progeny; from one common ancestry.

Our Northern European ancestors were willing to lay down their lives to give us – their posterity – what became the greatest nation in man’s history.

Sadly, we are losing our nation, with hardly a whimper.

We can see from the Ted Kennedy quote below that there was concern that the ethnic mix of our country would change if the 1965 Immigration Act passed.

“First, our cities will not be flooded with a million immigrants annually. Under the proposed bill, the present level of immigration remains substantially the same…. Secondly, the ethnic mix of this country will not be upset…. Contrary to the charges in some quarters, [the bill] will not inundate America with immigrants from any one country or area, or the most populated and deprived nations of Africa and Asia…. In the final analysis, the ethnic pattern of immigration under the proposed measure is not expected to change as sharply as the critics seem to think.”        Ted Kennedy, chief Senate sponsor of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965.[28] (U.S. Senate, Subcommittee on Immigration and Naturalization of the Committee on the Judiciary, Washington, D.C., Feb. 10, 1965. pp. 1–3.)

Despite what Traitor Ted had to say,

  • Since 1965 our cities have been flooded with millions of non-Caucasian immigrants annually.
  • Since 1965 the level of immigration has changed substantially.
  • Since 1965, the ethnic mix of our country has been upset.
  • Since 1965, America has been inundated  with immigrants from the most populated and deprived nations of Africa, Asia and Central America.

At current immigration levels, our children and their children will be minorities in our own nation by 2050.

Some of you may be thinking: “Oh, it’s racist to think like you do.”

I understand that thinking.

We Caucasians, worldwide, have been programmed to think that way. That is why we Caucasians stand by and do nothing while our nations – Australian, Canada, Germany, France, Sweden, the UK – are invaded by non-Caucasians.

Quite often, living outside the US was not easy. I’ve learned my lesson the hard way.

I’m here to tell you what I learned:

Being “racist” is normal. To want to be around your own people is normal.

To want to preserve your country for your own kind, is normal. Kind after kind.

Most non-Caucasians preserve their nations, their way of life, for their own people. To do so is normal.

For me, the answer to the question, Whose nation are these United States, anyway?

Is – it is our nation.

Despite what we have been led to believe, it is normal – it is natural – to want to keep it that way.

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Latin Gentile or Greek Nations?

Shortly after relocating to a new town, I discovered a local 6 a.m. Saturday morning bible study. The small gathering was led by a man who also led a prison ministry some four hours drive away. He was quick to let me know that in the 18 years he had been leading the prison ministry and driving to and fro all those years, that he never had to cancel a meeting because of illness, car trouble or weather. Obviously, God had been guiding and overseeing that ministry all those years, right?

During the third meeting of this study group composed mostly of elderly men, we were looking at 2 Timothy 1. As is my lifelong custom, I was prepared for the study by having studied the passage in the week leading up to the gathering. One of the other members initiated the early morning discussion by relating how he had picked up a women he saw walking on the side of the road. He discovered she was on the way to the pharmacy to purchase medicine for her child. The problem was, she didn’t have the money and didn’t yet know how she was going to pay for what she needed to help alleviate her child’s ailment.
The man, with watery eyes, went on telling his story of how the Lord used this women’s faith to reach his conscience. He related how the Lord moved him, despite the lack of funds he himself had been experiencing for so long, to supply her needs.

With that as the take-of point, the leader of the group went on for several minutes praising this bible study member for using his gifts of mercy and giving to help another member of the body of Christ. He brought us to the well known passages in I Corinthians 12; how we all have differing gifts, and even if we are only the little finger on one hand, God can and will use us to meet the needs of other members of the body of Christ.

We then moved on to read and discuss 2 Timothy 1. When we reached verse 11: “Unto which I am appointed a preacher and an apostle and a teacher of the Gentiles,”  I asked, not wanting to impose, being the newest member of the group, if I could comment?
The bible study and prison ministry leader spoke up and said, “Sure, we encourage participation. What do you have to contribute?”

I said that the word Gentile is a Latin word and should not be in the verse. The Greek word used by Paul here was ethnos, and means nations, and should be translated nations, not Gentile.
Saying those words was like I had passed the worst gas imaginable. No, it was worse than that, I had committed blasphemy; I had questioned the King James Version of the bible, which I was to soon find out in no uncertain terms, was THE inspired word of God. How dare I suggest that there was an error in the translation that has brought salvation to so many millions of Christians down through the ages?

I went on to explain, which I knew, from many similar experiences, was going to be a futile attempt,  that a misunderstanding of the word ethnos, as Gentile, and not nations, would lead the bible student to numerous errors of interpretation, errors that would cause nothing but confusion in trying to understand what Scripture teaches concerning who Paul is trying to reach when he uses the word ethnos. He is not talking about non-jews, he is talking about fellow Israelites.

Boy, did that set off the fireworks of indignation. The leader starting defending the authorized King James Version as being used by God to save countless souls for hundreds of years. He even raised his KJV translation in his left hand and declared: THIS is the inspired word of God!
“The original Hebrew and Greek scriptures are the inspired word of God, not the multitude of translations,” I replied. “Were those tablets Moses took down the mountain written in the KJV? More indignation, this time from the man who had the gift of mercy and compassion not more than ten minutes earlier. He spoke up, his anger barely contained.

“You’re pissing me off, and you don’t want to piss me off,” he said, as he rose from his chair and walked away from the table to cool off.
I then said to the rest of the group, “No more than 10 minutes ago you all were going on about how we each have a gift or gifts to be used for the edification of others.  I’ve been told by many others I have the gift of teaching. I’m simply exercising my gift when I tell you that the Latin word Gentile should not be used in an English translation of the bible because it causes confusion, even deception.

How is it that the gift of mercy is quite acceptable, and is encouraged to be used for the benefit of the rest of the body, but the gift of teaching is not to be used and the teaching is not to be accepted? You haven’t disagreed that the word Gentile is Latin, and the original is ethnos, which means nation. So, what is the problem?”
The “leader” then asked, “What does this have to do with the saving of souls for Christ?”

I said, “Once one understands who Paul is speaking to, and who the gospel is for, it makes all the difference in the kingdom.”
The leader then raised his KJV of the bible into the air and proclaimed with a loud voice: “THIS IS THE INSPIRED WORD OF GOD!  It has been used by God to save millions of souls, including mine and everyone here in this room.

By this time, I had made my point. By this time I knew I would be wasting time and my breath. I closed my bible, which just happens to be a Scofield Reference Bible, by which I had been deceived by for most of my life, told the group good morning, and walked out.
No doubt I had created quite a stir, upsetting that group of righteous Judeo-Christians who then most likely spent the rest of the meeting despising me and what I had to say. Luke 23:11.

The saddest aspect of this episode is that this same scene could be repeated in Judeo-Christian-Zionist congregations in all white nations today. No one caring that they are being deceived. No one questioning the status quo. No one daring to think other than what most of their small group of narrow minded brainwashed fellow pew-sitters think. No one reflecting on what was just said and asking themselves “Gee, what if he is right? What if God sent that man to our little group to wake us up and we didn’t listen?”
“He that hath an ear to hear, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the churches.” Revelation 3:22 KJV

Note: Some readers may be asking How is translating ethnos as Gentiles rather than nations causing confusion? The reason is most Judeo-Christians, an oxymoron, believe Christ came to save the jews not non-jews, i.e., the Gentiles. The reality is, in Christ’s own words, “I have not come but to the lost sheep of the house of Israel.” The house of Israel are the descendants of the 12 Tribes of Israel, not to be confused with jews. The 12 Tribes were and are the Anglo-Saxon-Scandinavian-Celtic-Germanic and kindred peoples. These tribes were scattered about the known world during the time of the apostles. The White race was the scattered “strangers of I Peter 1, the elect  race of I Peter 2:9 and the twelve tribes scattered abroad of James 1:1.
The Blue Letter Bible has even gone so far, to continue the deception, to alter the meanings used in the online version of Strong’s Concordance. Many many instances can be found where additional meanings have been added to Strong’s Lexicon.
Don’t confuse the jew who reside in Palestine today with the Israelites of the Old and New Covenants.

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by Rudyard Kipling

It was not part of their blood,
It came to them very late,
With long arrears to make good,
When the Saxon began to hate.

They were not easily moved,
They were icy — willing to wait
Till every count should be proved,
Ere the Saxon began to hate.

Their voices were even and low.
Their eyes were level and straight.
There was neither sign nor show
When the Saxon began to hate.

It was not preached to the crowd.
It was not taught by the state.
No man spoke it aloud
When the Saxon began to hate.

It was not suddently bred.
It will not swiftly abate.
Through the chilled years ahead,
When Time shall count from the date
That the Saxon began to hate.

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Flat Stone Teachers and Flat Stone Teaching

Flat Stone Teachers (FST) are those who skip over controversial passages / verses of Scripture, especially those that conflict with their current Weltanschauung.

Flat Stone Teaching is teaching starts with a favorite passage from which an entire sermon is based and that hops (no pun intended – this being “Easter Egg Sunday”) from that one favorite out-of-context passage to other out-of-context passages, passages that seem to support the Flat Stone Teacher’s currently held beliefs and teaching.

That is, unless one actually studies the passages in historical and biblical context and in the original – Hebrew and Greek – languages using several sources so as to conform to the Scriptural mandate of everything being supported by “two or three witnesses.”

Most of the audience – and they are audiences, as they attend the “church services” to be entertained by the music director’s entertainment program for that particular service – will not know or neither will they care if the teaching is as twisted as a pretzel – as long as their itching ears are scratched and the FST gets them back on their Lazy Boy, their remoted and their beer before the start of their next entertainment for the day – the in season Beasts and Their Ball Game. And as nary a week separates one season from another now, the church goer goes from one form of entertainment to another.

This entertainment system has the masses worshiping the doctrine of devils, the beasts / icons of the (football) fields and the doctrine of Baal. Meanwhile their entire culture is being destroyed and if and when they interrupt their entertainment cycle long enough to actually think about the destruction taking place around them, are completely clueless as to the cause.

The “pastor’s” flat stone teaching will keep the audience in a state of total ignorance for another week, until the next week’s Judeo-Christian, ie, Scofield/Darbyism/Baal doctrine of the jews being “God’s Chosen” and “diversity is our strength” universalism programming is delivered.

Bring up the fact that the FST skipped right over the verse or verses that contradict what the FST was teaching, and you’re immediately labeled a trouble maker, a division maker or worse. Nevermind that you can run circles around the FST and his flat stone teaching, no one wants to know what you think.

I actually had a “leader” of a particular church tell me

The points you make seem logical – when you start with your position on Gen 3 (:15) – but are so radically different from where I am at today that I’m not willing to simply “jump ship” so to speak and embrace them.

In other words, “how can you, even though the points you make seem logical, be right, when what you say is so radically different from what my FST teaches, and what I and everyone else believes?”

“Baaa baaa. I’m going to go with the sheeple, rather than what the Word of God says, because who are you among so many?”

Thank Yahweh that Noah, Joshua and Caleb, Jeremiah and all the rest did what Yahweh commanded them, rather than what everyone else was thinking should be done.

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