“Remember these, O Jacob and Israel; for thou art my servant; I have formed thee; thou art my servant, O Israel; thou shalt not be forgotten by me. I have blotted out, like a thick cloud, thy transgressions, and, like a cloud, thy sins; return unto me; for I have redeemed thee!”
(Isa. 44:21, 22)
Well, here we are in the year of our Lord, 2018, and humanly speaking we can be glad that the year 2017 is behind us. It was a year of much trouble, mayhem and uncertainty, a year of natural disasters in the form of floods, tornadoes, hurricanes and fires throughout the North American continent and severe earthquakes in diverse locations across the globe. Jesus warned us in Mark 21:9-11, that these conditions would occur in the last days, but it is nevertheless troublesome to see all these things come to pass, without some feeling of apprehension, even amongst his staunchest followers.
Some will say that those things are just natural disasters that occur on a regular basis, sometimes worse than at other times, and that we can expect that they will happen again, but those of us that are familiar with the Word of God cannot but wonder if our God is conveying to us a message through these conditions that Almighty God is not well pleased with what is going on in the world, especially in the Christian Western world, that part of the world that should know His Word and the requirement of obeying His Laws. If that is the base, and I think it is, then it is high time that we as a Christian Remnant fall on our knees and with fasting and supplications cry unto Almighty God for forgiveness and mercy, for we know that we have all gone astray and there is none that is good. Even though we try in our own feeble way, we have all fallen short of what is expected of us. In our complacency, we have let the evil powers take control of our nations through our own indifference. We should therefore heed the words of Peter when he tells us in his Epistle, 1 Peter 4:17, “For the time is come that judgment must begin at the House of God; (us, the Believers, the Church} and if it first begin at us, what shall the end be of them that obey not the Gospel of God?”
In the case of the believing and God-fearing Remnant, it is the sin of omission that we are guilty of. For too long we have sat back, while through Satan and his minions, our society and our nations have been perverted to the point that the stench of decay has reached up into Heaven, we have become worse that Sodom and Gomorrah. As watchmen on the wall we have been sorely lacking, may God forgive us.
Dear God, we come to you with a troubled spirit and a sorrowful heart for the mess that this Christian Remnant finds itself in. We know that you are a merciful God, a God that loves His people, your Elect, the Holy Bible being ample proof of that fact, O, Lord, we pray for healing and guidance of our Spiritual being, for guidance in our daily walk through this life here on Earth. Dear Father, give us the fortitude and strength, courage and wisdom so that we may fight this Spiritual battle, this insidious fight between good and evil. Let us remember, O, God, like you said in Isaiah 44:21, we are your servant and are to be about your business, thus, Dear Lord, help us to, like Paul says in Eph. 6:11, “Put on the whole armour of God, so that we will be able to fight against and stand against the wiles of the devil.” We cannot do this alone, but with you O, Lord, we are a majority and cannot fail. Therefore O, Father, be merciful to us and hear our pleas, for this we ask in Jesus name. Amen!
Some thirty-six hundred years ago, God, through Moses, commanded the people of Israel to prepare for the first time, the Passover laws, and to strike the lintels and the doorposts with the blood of a lamb, thereof, ensuring that the Angel of Death would spare them in that night in Egypt all those many years ago. It was after that glorious and terrible night that the deliverance of our people’s bondage was assured, when God with a mighty hand brought them forth out of Egypt. Now, again, we are in bondage, not to Egypt, but to a totally corrupt world under the Edomite Dominion. I therefore urge all Christian Israelites in whatever locale you may be found, whether here on this great North American Continent or in of the other Israel nations, to consider setting aside this coming March 31/18, the first day of this year’s Passover, as a day of prayer and supplication to implore Almighty God to once again deliver us as per 2Chron. 7:14 and to awaken us once again to our heritage and our identity and our obligations to God.
“If my people, who are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked way, then will I hear from Heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.”
I would also like to urge all of our Christian Identity shepherds to persuade their flock to commit to this day of prayer and supplication, then perhaps our Father in His grace will see fit to deliver us from those that our Lord Jesus mentioned in Rev. 2:9 and 3:9. James tells us in his Epistle that the prayer of a righteous man or woman availeth much (James 5:16), how much more would the prayers of many accomplish.
May our Heavenly Father be merciful and gracious unto us, for we are in dire straits, we are in the eleventh hour, the time is short, the time in now! May the Lord bless you and keep you! Amen!