Well, my dear friends, here we are in a New Year. The old has passed away and we are ready to embark on a journey into the unknown future of the year of our Lord 2019. It has become a tradition for a lot of folks, just prior to the changing of the year, to make a New Year’s resolution in regard to lifestyle or habits, with the intent to do better in the coming year. So, with this in mind I am writing to all of you who have been blessed of God, as to your awareness of who, as Christian-Israelites, you are and who you belong to.
This knowledge is a sacred gift of God and it is a privilege to possess this knowledge, but it needs not to be kept secret, but rather to be shared with our fellow kinsmen, whom as yet are ignorant of this blessed knowledge, in that they are the blood relatives and progeny of the Patriarchs. We live in a world where the name of our Lord is maligned and ridiculed, where sound religion is fast disappearing, a world where the majority of Bible believing Christians are fed a cotton-candy fluff kind of theology from the mainstream pulpits, a feel-good theology that offends no one, and at the same time feeds no one spiritually. How sad a situation! It is no wonder that Jesus asked in Luke 18:8, “Nevertheless, when the Son of man cometh, shall he find faith on the earth?”
The message and knowledge of our identity was a well known fact some sixty years ago and beyond, but with the inception of the Israelite
in Palestine in 1948, the Zionist bought and paid for preachers started to brainwash the people that Israel was now completely regathered in the Israelite Jewish population, and the dumb masses fell for that lie – hook, line and sinker.
Nothing could be further from the truth, it is a lie and a deception. Do a little search and learn the truth. By their own admission, approximately 95 to 96 percent of Jewry are Ashkenazim, the descendants are Ashkenaz, the grandson of Japhet, the son of Noah. They are not Shemites and therefore not of Abraham’s stock, thus not Israelites. As for the other three to four percent of Jewry they are what are called Sephardic or Orthodox Jews. Nonetheless, it is widely-generally believed that those people are mainly of Israelite stock, but if we read the account of how the King of Assyria repopulated Samaria and the rest of the lands with folks from other regions of his empire, after he had deported the Israelites, it becomes questionable whether this is even possible. You can read this account in 2Kings 17:24-34.
After their deportation and captivity by the Assyrians the Israelites dispersed far and wide in their trek to their allotted and appointed destinations all throughout Western Europe and the British Isles. During these migrations they left pockets of Israelites all along the way, scattered all over the European Continent. After his conversion, Paul was commissioned by our Lord to go and preach the Gospel to all those nations and thus Paul travelled to all those of the dispersion in places such as Asia Minor, Greece, Rome, Spain, Gaul (France) and even Britain. Remember Jesus said, “But go ye rather to the lost sheep of the House of Israel, that is exactly what the Apostle Paul did, he did not go to convert the heathen, but proclaimed the Gospel of Jesus Christ to Israelites who had lost their identity. It was precisely the people of the British Isles and North Western Europe that embraced the Gospel message almost en-masse. Remember that Jesus said, “My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me.” (John 10:27) Yet, Paul tells us in Rom. 11:25 that blindness in part is happened to Israel, this is not a blindness of the eyes, but a blindness of the mind and the spirit. Most Christians cannot get their mind around the fact that those of European ancestry are not gentiles, heathen, (Hebr. Goyim) but real Israelites, chosen of God before the foundation of the world. The evidence is there, right before our eyes, if we are only willing to accept it!
With all this said, I would at this point suggest, nay!, I would challenge you to make this New Year’s resolution, that we spread this knowledge of our identity far and wide at every opportunity and chance that is afforded us. With this knowledge the Bible becomes a personal book, with implications that it is talking to and about our kinsmen, both in the past, the present, and future and not to some long-forgotten people in the far distant past! It is high time that we throw off the shackles of inhibition and the shackles of the fear of repercussion and shout this message of truth from the housetops and in the marketplace, so to speak, and let it spread to the far corners of the world, wherever the Israelites may be found. Take Paul’s advice and put on the whole armor of God so that you can withstand the fiery darts of the adversary. Fear not, for greater is he that is with us, that he that is in the world. Paul also tells us, “For God did not give us a spirit of timidity, but a spirit of power, of love and of (self) discipline.” (2Tim. 1:7 (NIV/NAS)
This message needs to go out, for our nations are in a spiritual comatose state and in dire need of revival and life support. May the Lord guide you and lead you in this endeavor, for time is of the essence, and is running out. Remember that this is a New Year, but there are some things in life for which there is no tomorrow. There is only the now. May the Lord bless you. Amen!