Editorials

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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With Special Thoughts On November 11th

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We Will Remember Them

They shall not grow old, as we that are left grow old
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them
Laurence Binyon

2014-11-back-pageIn 1914, World War I, often referred to as “The Great War”, broke out and the world has never been the same. It’s interesting that 1914 was also six prophetic days on God’s Calendar (6,000*360/365.24) and as it turned out, was a great step forward for the Esau Dominion. Still, the conflict that ensued was only Part I of the Great War which ended in an armistice and began again in 1939. Many prayers to our loving Lord echoed through the Israel Nations during those wars but perhaps none so moving as the words of King George 6th seventy years ago in 1944, as he addressed the nation with these words.

“Four years ago our nation and Empire stood alone against an overwhelming enemy, with our backs to the wall. Tested as never before in our history, in God's providence we survived that test; the spirit of the people, resolute, dedicated, burned like a bright flame, lit surely from those unseen fires which nothing can quench. Now once more a supreme test has to be faced. This time the challenge is not to fight to survive but to fight to win the final victory to the good cause. That we may be worthily matched with this new summons of destiny, I desire solemnly to call my people to prayer and dedication".

"We are not unmindful of our own shortcomings, past and present. We shall ask not that God may do our will, but that we may be enabled to do the will of God; and we dare to believe that God has used our nation and Empire as an instrument for fulfilling His high purpose."

Perhaps former US president and WWII Supreme Commander Dwight D. Eisenhower best summed up that D-Day invasion in 1944 as he later commented on his decision to go ahead with the invasion. He said, “If there were nothing else in my life to prove the existence of an Almighty and Merciful God, the events of those next twenty-four hours of the invasion, did it."

Nor should we ever forget the thousands of other lost and maimed lives during other 20th and 21st century wars. It appears at the time of this magazine that soon we will see more war, more sacrifice, but hopefully more prayer to the One who spoke these words, “… understand that I am he: before me there was no God formed, neither shall there be after me. I, even I, am the LORD; and beside me there is no saviour.” (Isaiah 43:10-11)

Thank you Jesus

"Pure religion and undefiled before God and the Father is this, To visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction, and to keep himself unspotted from the world." James 1:27

I have a question for you. Do you have religion? That’s kind of a loaded question, I know, but I’m asking anyway.

There was a time in America when everyone knew what it meant when someone "got religion." It meant that they got saved, that they had become a Christian, that they were now a follower of the Lord Jesus Christ.

Knowing that it can sometimes be easy to "play the game" and not truly be committed to Christ, the apostle here gives us a clear guide for determining whether your religion is pure or not, whether or not you are truly God’s idea of a Christian.

First, he says that pure and undefiled religion involves visiting the fatherless and the widows in their affliction, helping those who are helpless and being kind to those who are in need.

In regard to this, we are reminded of the dreadful scene, recorded in Matthew 25:34-46, in which the King of kings separates the sheep from the goats, and says to the sheep at His right hand, "Come, ye blessed of my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world: 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: Naked, and ye clothed me: I was sick, and ye visited me: I was in prison, and ye came unto me." (Verses 34-36)

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Some of you, our readers, might be wondering why I am writing this and last month’s article in the way that I am doing. So let me explain. I never write anything for Thy Kingdom Come unless I get an inspiration from above, and this time the Lord laid it on me to write about this train ride on the lighter side and by doing so bring some humor to the facts. So bear with me as we continue our journey.

Last month we travelled from the time of Adam right through the time in Egypt and we are now starting our ride at the time of the Exodus. God had provided a strong and righteous man by the name of Moses to lead the Israelites on the next part of their arduous journey. After Pharaoh had been persuaded, through some severe plagues, to let the children of Israel go, Moses and the Israelites boarded the first available history train, the Sinai Express, and headed out. But instead of heading east and then north which was the shortest way, God directed them south, because He did not want them to go through the land of the warlike Philistines and also because this trip south was going to be a learning experience, which we will see a little later on. So off they went, but it soon became apparent that they were being followed, for after everything that had happened, Pharaoh had a change of heart. So, in fear they travelled on until they came upon a large body of water and it was there that their angst really came to the fore.

Now after Moses had consulted with the Father, he, Moses, got them all across without even getting their feet wet, but the Egyptians were not nearly as fortunate, for they all drowned. So, on they went into the Sinai Desert. It soon became apparent that this was not going to be an easy trip, for at first they couldn’t find good drinking water, and soon after they ran out of food. It was at this time that the first catering service was instituted, for God supplied them with bread (manna), and meat (quail) right on their doorstep day by day. And on they went, and soon they were again without water and the folks were getting pretty outraged. Here again Moses checked with the higher authority and was told to gather all the people together and then to strike the rock with his staff, from which water then issued in plenty. It is my belief that that rock was Jacob’s pillow-stone, or Jacob’s Pillar (Gen. 28:18), the same stone or rock that is still known today as the Coronation Stone that has been used for the crowning of many a British Monarch.

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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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  • the Gospel of Personal Salvation through the Blood of Jesus.
  • the Gospel of the Kingdom of God on Earth exactly as taught by our Lord
    when He was on earth, which Gospel of course includes the Gospel of Personal Salvation.
  • in the absolute necessity of the Spiritual Re-Birth.
  • in the Second Advent of our Lord.
  • in the Resurrection of the dead, and the Translation of Living Christians at the time Jesus Christ returns to rule.
  • in the Divine Inspiration of the Scriptures.
  • and PROVE the Bible to be True.
  • in the Lineal Descent of Anglo-Celto-Saxondom from the Twelve Tribes of Israel.

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skypeThrough the marvel of Skype, we are fortunate that well-known and knowledgeable Bible scholars will be speaking to us during our fall meetings. Two that have been confirmed are David Aimer, Vice-President of British-Israel-World Federation, UK who is scheduled for September 21st and Pastor Alan Campbell of Northern Ireland, scheduled for October 5th.

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