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Editorials should be read
in the light of the Israel Truth

that is, that the Anglo-Saxon, Celtic, Scandinavian and kindred peoples are the Israelites of the Bible,...

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Rob MacDormand

Readers like Rob MacDormand’s articles
because they express a great love of the Lord

and are written in such a way as to be easily understood. Perhaps he gained a great insight from his mother...

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Bob Vermaat

Bob Vermaat’s column "A Christian Israelite
View" has drawn a wide following

and is often reprinted in other publications. A retired carpenter, he and his wife came to the message after reading an article in a newspaper,...

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Rick Coupland

The Apostle Paul wrote, What? Know ye not
that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost

which is in you, which ye have of God, and ye are not your own?” Long ago Rick Coupland recognized that our bodies are being neglected...

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Don Robson

Jesus words, For unto whomsoever much
is given, of him shall be much required.

can certainly apply to our senior correspondent, Don Robson. He has been showered with many blessings throughout life. He is a fine writer,...

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Jory Brooks

Jory Brooks is a pastor of the oldest
Anglo-Israel church in North America,

located in Detroit, Michigan. He is also Vice-President of the "The Servant People, Canadian British Israel Association" and together with President Mary Bennett, has been a driving force in that organization.

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Brooks Alden

Brooks came to the message in 1991,
began writing for Thy Kingdom Come in 2001.

He is a former bank executive and businessman and is now a business consultant. He has authored several books and articles on the Israel Truth and is a regular speaker on the subject.

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Holly Mills

Sometimes God brings about a need
in an organization,

and then fills that need through a special individual. This happened to us 2002. Although never having written articles to that point, Holly Mills began writing a column using the tagline, "As I See It".

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Editor’s Comments: In June the lead-off article said of King George VI, “his most lingering quality was in the inspiration he gave to the British people during the terrible World War 2”. In past articles his call for a day of prayer before D-Day was mentioned but there was an earlier one, this on May 26th, 1940 when hundreds of thousands of British and allied troops were pinned down on the beaches of Dunkirk. We were reminded of that event and apologize we made no mention of this wondrous intervention of God in our May issue.

“Every day I thank God we did our duty.” So said Private Bert Evans when he was rescued from Dunkirk. He was among the other soldiers holding sway when the German forces were pounding trapped forces at Dunkirk in 1940, pinned down along the rugged seashore amidst the cold, the rain, the terrible smell of dead comrades, blood soaked soil and fierce German fire power. The cold, cloudy weather had showed no sign of letting up so rescuers could get through and it seemed that death or incarceration were the only two options for hundreds of thousands of valiant soldiers. Admiral Sir William James later was to exclaim, “Thank God for the Miracle of Dunkirk”. Because a miracle indeed did take place because nine days of calm weather came upon the English Channel, a calm unprecedented in the Channel’s history, and beginning on May 27th, nearly 340,000 allied soldiers, mostly British, were rescued as military and small ships and boats made their way back and forth across the English Channel.

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"Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things." Philippians 4:8

Life is full of distractions. There is an overabundance of things that can claim our attention and occupy our minds. Some of these things are good, many of these things are not. There are things that tend to bless and edify, and there are things that defile and lead to depression, anger and lust.

It is a fundamental law that nothing can be added to a vessel that is full.

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George VI and wife inspecting bombing damage during WWIIGeorge VI and wife inspecting bombing damage during WWIIOn February 6th, 1952, one of the great kings of England, George VI, closed his life at the young age of 56. Young people of today have no realization of why God Almighty placed this man on the Throne of David at such a critical time in history. Through the recent movie, “The King’s Speech” we saw a man grasp with an impediment, but with great determination, overcome. Apart from this, few realize the importance of this man during the Second World War, fortunately his herculean task was at least made easier by his equal in every sense of the word, Queen Elizabeth [the mother of the present Queen].

In past articles, I gave examples of the King’s walk with God and how prayer fit strongly into his daily life. I also once wrote that he was aware of his Israelite roots. Yet, perhaps his most lingering quality was in the inspiration he gave to the British people during the terrible World War 2. Here is but one example! George VI and his wife resolved to stay in London during the war, despite German bombing raids. The first German raid on London, on 7 September 1940, killed about one thousand civilians, mostly in the East End. A few days later, on 13 September, the King and Queen narrowly avoided death when two German bombs exploded in a courtyard at Buckingham Palace while they were there. In defiance, the Queen famously declared: "I am glad we have been bombed. It makes me feel we can look the East End in the face". That’s courage!

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skypeWith the help of technology, over the next year, we will be bringing in speakers live from all parts of the world. The first to be invited appeared at our last meeting before the summer recess; it was our good friend, Pastor Jory Brooks of Detroit, Michigan. He talked to us about Jeremiah and it was hugely interesting. He is one of the premier speakers in the movement and has agreed to return for at least one more engagement in the coming year. While we didn’t do it on this occasion, we have the ability to tape the messages.

Jory appeared to us on a large screen television via the program “Skype” and included is a photo of his appearance. As you will note, he occupies most of the screen and our group is in the corner in a smaller box. On his computer or television screen, it is just the opposite, our group took up most of the screen.

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prince georgeIn the Chapel Royal at St James's Palace on the afternoon of Wednesday 23rd October, 23 people attended the ceremony of the Christening of Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge, conducted by the Most Reverend Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury. 201401-edwards1The Archbishop told the congregation that the baby's parents and godparents had a 'simple task' - to "make sure he knows who this Jesus is".

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