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,...


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...


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,...


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...


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,...


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.


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.


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".


Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas from All of Us at ACP!

From All of Us at ACP

I suppose each and every one of us looks at Christmas in these almost godless days and wonder, what happened! What happened to those Christmases of the past when the emphasis was on the Lord Jesus Christ, when goodwill toward men meant something more than an exchange of gifts and where going to church was not just a social and feel-good event? Oh, those of us who read this magazine may know that Jesus was not born in December, but it didn’t matter in days past, because with so many Christians offering Him a special place in their hearts, the immensity of the worship seemed to elevate the feeling of closeness and brought us into a relationship too special to describe. And while Christmas today does not offer the same immensity of worship, there is still the potential of a greater closeness at this time of year and whatever one thinks of the holiday, that precious extra closeness is worth it.

Still, we can look at this Christmas of 2014 in sad astonishment as we see the Lord Jesus Christ pushed far into the background. Today, we have holiday trees, a festival of lights, a god of all religions, generic carols, and on and on and on. Babylon has done its best to outlaw Jesus and is aided by a growing number of theologians who are pushing Him aside in favour of a one-world religion, accompanied by the humanistic battle cry that all religions lead to God. Sadly, even leaders of our own groups are jumping on the “Christ is Not Divine” bandwagon. The Satanic plan, of course, is to first de-deify Him, then discredit His presence and finally to do away with Him as any significant entity. The ungodly conspirators want a world without Christ and that world is moving very quickly forward.


“The harvest truly is plenteous, but the laborers are few.” (Mt. 9:3)

In the Scriptures there are frequent mentions of trumpets or horns. They are most often spoken of as a means of sounding alarm such as in Eze. 7:14 to prepare or get ready for battle or as in Eze. 33.3 to warn the people to prepare themselves in case of danger. In Joel 2:1 we are told to blow the trumpet in Zion to warn the people that the Day of The Lord is at hand.

In Num. 10 we read that the Lord commanded Moses to make two silver trumpets to be used to call the people to assemble and also to be used to sound the alarm when the camps of the Isaelites were getting ready to take up their journey again. Those trumpets were also to be blown when Israel went into battle.

In our own modern history this concept was and is still used in our military installations. Reveille is sounded at the beginning of each day and tattoo is sounded at stand-down (day’s end). A horn is also blown to advance the troops or cavalry and it was also used to indicate a charge or recall.

In the Bible there are many references to trumpets but little or none in regards to bells, but with the coming of the Christian era and with the building of churches, the bell in many instances became what the trumpet was before. Most, if not all, churches had and have a tower in which a bell was installed. This bell would peel out warning in times of danger or distress; it was rung in times of joy, such as a wedding, or it was rung when there was a death in the community. Foremost, though, the bells were rung to call the congregation to worship. This custom is still enjoyed in many rural communities.


The life of a Christian can sometimes be difficult.  The lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life are ever coming against the child of God to tempt him.

The Psalmist David gives the remedy for all our difficulties: "I have set the LORD always before me: because he is at my right hand, I shall not be moved. Therefore my heart is glad, and my glory rejoiceth: my flesh also shall rest in hope." Psalm 16:8-9

If we would set the LORD Jesus Christ always before us, that would be to us a constant strength. Our hearts would be glad, and we would find rest and peace; peace with God and peace with others.

The problem is that it is our natural tendency to place ourselves before the Lord rather than to set the Lord before us.

Our Lord said, "Thou shalt have no other gods before me." Whenever you place yourself before God, whether you realize it or not, you have made yourself a god. And when you do that, it will always lead to trouble: "For whosoever exalteth himself shall be abased."


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.





  • the Deity of our Lord Jesus Christ.
  • 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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