Well, here we are , in the first month of 2011. If you look at it from the eyes of the peoples of True Israel, calamity looms. The massive weight of the debt and the precarious perch of the hundreds of trillions of dollars of derivatives could well bring on the financial collapse that will make all other depressions and recessions look like a picnic. It will be the pinnacle of Deuteronomy 28:42, “… and thou shalt come down very low.”

On the other hand, if you look at 2011 from the eyes of the one-worlders, a collapse is just what the doctor ordered to bring in one-world government, to do away with borders and you might say, homogenize the population.

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On January 10th, 1946, the United Nations held its first session. A few months earlier, American President Harry Truman told a cheering throng, “Oh, what a great day this can be for history.”  Having stayed away from the first attempt of the one-worlders, that is the” League of Nations,” America threw its weight behind this second go-around; the cheering population not realizing they were being herded into the arms of the one-worlders. I suppose, Americans, along with the peoples of the Bristish Commonwealth and other True Israel nations didn’t know or didn’t appreciate God’s admonition.

So, on January 10, 2011, the 65th anniversary of the United Nations, we can look at the True Israel Nations’ populations make-up and realize how dramatic our nations have changed since this one-world organization took power. It’s interesting to look at Isaiah 7:8. It relates to the apostasy of the ten-tribe Kingdom, which, in the Scriptures is frequently spoken of under the name of Ephraim.  And Isaiah said, “Within three-score and five years shall Ephraim be broken that it be not a people.” So, think of the population make-up of the Israel nations, the debt hanging over our heads, the strangers that are controlling us and all the other curses of Deuteronomy 28 we have brought upon ourselves and ask, “Could this be the culmination of the one-worlder’s plan that we of True Israel cease to be a people.”

Somehow, I don’t think so, although it will come mighty, mighty close because the present outlook does not look good and 2011 does have all the earmarks of a crisis point. Certainly, I believe we will have that imment financial collapse at some early point in time. Perhaps you will recall that last month I wrote on the evolution of the “evil seed” and how it began it’s harvest period in 2001, with each year thereafter witnessing a huge transfer of wealth from middle class Israelites, loss of prestige and freedoms and further denigration of our Faith. The result! Here in 2011, ten years later, they think their goal is within reach.

Yet, we must remember one thing about Esau’s history, they always seem to overstep the mark. And they invariably manage to snatch defeat out of the jaws of victory. What Esau and their collaberators are discovering is that Israelites are beginning to wake up and see the thief in the house. E-mails that are floating around are revealing long subdued secrets and a growing number of Israelite sheep are not sheep any more.

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They know things have gone too far and they are beginning to rebel against the ram. Rudyard Kipling’s words in a stanza of his well known poem are slowly coming to pass.

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

Yes, the crisis is coming and Esau and the unscrupulous rich will do everything they can to take advantage of it and bring the descendants of Jacob Israel under total bondage. We will not escape the pain but it will be , as the Lord said, “travail,” and just as the travail of a women in childbirth, it will pass. Because Jesus Christ, the Lord God Almighty, will be there to help us. How do we know; because He told us so and He showed us so.  For one example of telling us so, we only have to read Genesis 49:24-25, “But his bow abode in strength, and the arms of his hands were made strong by the hands of the mighty God of Jacob… Even by the God of thy father, who shall help thee ………”

Let’s look just some of the incidences where He actually intervened, that actually came about because the people prayed in ernest, prayers to God Almighty, not to all gods as the day of prayer in Bush’s time. That did no good whatsoever.

For those who know the history of World War II, it’s interesting to reflect upon these words of the late King George VI, delivered to his people on a national broadcast on June 6th, 1944. It is important to know that the king had called for a day of prayer seeking protection for the allied forces in preparation of the Normandy landing. He had said, “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.” Of course, as history shows, although the invasion of Normandy was the most perilous undertaking of the Second World War, it was only made possible by a totally unexpected break in the weather. The Germans were caught flatfooted because their meteorologists were predicting a continuance of bad weather. It is a wonderful example of the power of prayer and the ensuing protection from the Lord God Almighty.

Still, it was the king’s next remarks in his June 6th, 1944 address to which we should pay particular attention, “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.”  As we have written in previous articles, King George VI knew he was an Israelite and when he employed the words “An instrument for fulfilling His high purpose!” he likely was reflecting on the Covenant that God had made with Abraham? And particularly to that mandate where Abraham was selected to be a blessing to all nations of the world, a mandate which the Anglo-Saxons went a long way to fulfilling, without even knowing who they are.

God also intervened at Dunkirk to help us. And yet, someone like Winston Churchill, who was a great student of history and the prolific writer of “The History of the Engish Speaking Peoples” appeared to have no clue whatsoever that he was an Israelite. He certainly sensed something, that’s for certain! Churchill was at the helm of government during two early Second World War examples of the Mighty Hand of God providing protection to the Tribe of Joseph. He held sway when the German forces were pounding his trapped forces at Dunkirk in 1940, pinned down along the rugged seashore amidst the cold, the rain and the 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. Prayer brought our Protector to our rescue, as suddenly, a miracle took place. Nine days of calm weather came upon the English Channel, a calm unprecedented in the Channel’s history, and some 338,000 soldiers were rescued as military and small ships and boats made their way back and forth across the English Channel. Then too, Churchill was also there for the Battle of Britain and witnessed as the Royal Air Force turned back the Germans after being vastly outnumbered, valiant action that most certainly prevented an invasion of the island kingdom. Churchill later said, “I have a feeling sometimes that some Guiding Hand has interfered, I have a feeling that we have a Guardian because we have a great Cause, and we shall have that Guardian so long as we serve that Cause faithfully.” You can almost sense Churchill’s booming voice as he continued, “And what a Cause it is!” Yet, in both cases, the British people were on their knees asking our Lord to intervene. So, as great a man as Churchill was, he had only the feeling for he was one of the vast majority of Israelites referred to in Isaiah 44: 18, “They have not known nor understood: for he hath shut their eyes, that they cannot see; and their hearts, that they cannot understand.”

Elizabeth I“…I have come amongst you, as you see, resolved, in the midst and heat of the battle, to live and die amongst you all, and for my people, my honour and my blood, even in the dust…” – Elizabeth I

Let’s look at another intervention by the Lord, this from Elizabethan times! It was 1588 and Spain had finally decided to descend upon Britain with the might of her military. Dispatching an overwhelming force of some 130 heavily armed ships and more than 30,000 soldiers, the Spanish Armada set off for battle. Great leader as she was, Elizabeth I rushed to the anticipated landing site of the enemy.  And inspired her troops with her stirring speech, “…I have come amongst you, as you see, resolved, in the midst and heat of the battle, to live and die amongst you all, and for my people, my honour and my blood, even in the dust…”  England’s great generals, John Hawkins, Sir Francis Drake and Lord Howard, provided superior leadership and did much to rout the enemy. Yet, history has shown that it was the promised Mighty Hands of the Lord God Almighty who came to the aid of His Israel People by invoking weather conditions that crippled the Spanish forces, sent many of their larger vessels to the deep and sent the rest limping back to a Spain that would never again pose such a threat. A medal struck to commemorate the war said it all, “Affidavit Deus et dissipantur”, meaning, “God blew and they were scattered.”     The gratitude toward God Almighty reached a peak in the few years after the battle. Indeed, religious emotion ran through the land as British Israel paid homage to the source of their greatness. It was a time of such triumph and pride for the entire English nation that it inspired Shakespeare to later write his immortal words, “Come the three corners of the world in arms, And we shall shock them, Nought shall make us rue, If England to itself do rest but true” (The Play “King John”).

There are numerous other instances of God’s help to us, so even though a crisis is in the wind, He will be there to help when a national awareness is rekindled! Adversity seems to bring out a need to call upon God. American president  Dwight D. Eisenhower, was certainly aware of this when he said of the 1944 D-Day invasion, “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.” President Harry S. Truman came even closer to the mark, when, in 1951, he made these comments in a speech, “I do not think that anyone can study the history of this nation of ours without becoming convinced that Divine providence has played a great part in it. I have the feeling that God has created us and brought us to our present position of power and strength for some great purpose…..”

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Today, the great nations formed by the descendants of the tribe of Joseph are in dire straits. It is the time of Jacob’s trouble. Whether one lives in the U.S.A., Great Britain, Australia, South Africa, New Zealand or Canada, it’s difficult not to sense the punishment from Almighty God for our indisgressions and fall from His Law. Sadly, we are reaping the whirlwind of the curses of Deuteronomy 28 because we have turned our backs on Him and have permitted other gods to rule our lives, including the god of materialism. As alluded to earlier, strangers now control almost every aspect of our lives and the enemies of the Lord Jesus Christ are taking every opportunity to blaspheme His Glorious Name. The great falling away has reached its zenith and comparatively few are the Christians today who respect what we were and what got us there in the first place. Certainly, God has enabled those in the Israel Truth Movement to clearly see the workings going on today in an attempt to frustrate His Kingdom Plan. Of course, those involved will fail and will ultimately pay for their wickedness. Still, we believers must feel a little like the soldier on the beach at Dunkirk, we have our backs to the wall and the blanket of ungodliness which covers most of our world is akin to the cold, dark and hopeless atmosphere at Dunkirk. But, we must take heart. For just as the sun unexpectedly shone and calm prevailed to rescue the hundreds of thousands of soldiers, the atmosphere will change for today’s world. Bible scholar Doug Nesbit feels we are no longer alone in what we say, that the general unease from people who sense that what is happening is causing so many who were previously exposed to the British Israel ttruth are beginning to realize the truth.

So, notwithstanding a crisis, the Mighty Hands of Almighty God will one day reach out again as the Lord Jesus Christ intervenes. Make no mistake about it, Israel will awaken. Of this we are sure because the fourteenth chapter of Hosea tells us so. “O Israel, return unto the Lord thy God; for thou hast fallen by thine iniquity. Take with you words, and turn to the Lord, say unto him, Take away all iniquity, and receive us graciously. ” The Lord will say, “I will heal their backsliding, I will love them freely.- for mine anger is turned away from him. I will be as the dew unto Israel: he shall grow as the lily, and cast forth his roots as Lebanon. They that dwell under his shadow shall return; they shall revive as the corn, and grow as the vine. Ephraim shall say, What have I to do with idols? I have heard him, and observed him: I am like a green fir tree. From me is thy fruit found Whoever is wise, he shall understand these things? Whoever is prudent, he shall know them? for the ways of the Lord are right, and the just shall walk in them; but the transgressors shall fail therein.”