Thursday, 12 September 2013

Who is a real Christian?

There are many out there who proclaim to be a Christian, but is it the case that all those who proclaim Jesus as their Lord and Savior are indeed "saved?" I believe such is not the case. Many self-proclaiming Christians will perish or will suffer eternally in hell. Jesus made this very clear in Matthew 7. There is more to being a real Christian than just the words we speak or proclaim.

21 “Not everyone who says to Me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but he who does the will of My Father who is in heaven will enter. 22 Many will say to Me on that day, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in Your name, and in Your name cast out demons, and in Your name perform many miracles?’ 23 And then I will declare to them, ‘I never knew you; depart from Me, you who practice lawlessness.’ (Matthew 7:21-23 NASB)
It is the case that all who are real Christians do proclaim that Jesus is God come in human flesh. That is a requirement. 

By this you know the Spirit of God: every spirit that confesses that Jesus Christ has come in the flesh is from God; (1 John 4:2 NASB)
23 Whoever denies the Son does not have the Father; the one who confesses the Son has the Father also. (1 John 2:23 NASB)
It is also a requirement that each Christian understand that we are saved by faith and grace, not by works alone. (Catholics and Christian Judaizers fail to understand this concept)

For by grace you have been saved through faith; and that not of yourselves, it is the gift of God; not as a result of works, so that no one may boast. (Ephesians 2:8-9 NASB)
God's gift of grace is given to those who have faith in Him. And that is the ONLY way any one of us can do ANY "good" at all! But, there is more...
14 What use is it, my brethren, if someone says he has faith but he has no works? Can that faith save him? 15 If a brother or sister is without clothing and in need of daily food, 16 and one of you says to them, “Go in peace, be warmed and be filled,” and yet you do not give them what is necessary for their body, what use is that? 17 Even so faith, if it has no works, is dead, being by itself.
18 But someone may well say, “You have faith and I have works; show me your faith without the works, and I will show you my faith by my works.” 19 You believe that God is one. You do well; the demons also believe, and shudder. 20 But are you willing to recognize, you foolish fellow, that faith without works is useless? 21 Was not Abraham our father justified by works when he offered up Isaac his son on the altar? 22 You see that faith was working with his works, and as a result of the works, faith was perfected; 23 and the Scripture was fulfilled which says, “And Abraham believed God, and it was reckoned to him as righteousness,” and he was called the friend of God. 24 You see that a man is justified by works and not by faith alone. 25 In the same way, was not Rahab the harlot also justified by works when she received the messengers and sent them out by another way? 26 For just as the body without the spirit is dead, so also faith without works is dead. (James 2:14-26 NASB)
Even some "reformed" Christians ignore this point, but it is what it is. "Faith" without good "works" is dead. As real Christians, we are beholden to God's Commandments and to His Word. We must do good works fully knowing that we are only capable of doing such if we have faith and if God gives us His gift of grace. 

Thus, if we put the above concepts together, a real Christian fits this profile:

1. Expresses in words that Jesus is God come in human flesh, and that He is Lord and Savior.

2. Realizes that we are saved through faith, and fully dependent upon God's gift of grace. Without God's grace, we are incapable of doing any good works.

3. Realizes that faith without works is dead. That is, there must be a congruency between the words we speak (i.e., that Jesus is God come in human flesh) and the actions that we take (i.e. our "works"). 

As a digression, I should also emphasize the importance of not Judaizing. The New Testament is crystal clear on this point. Read "The New Testament is CRYSTAL clear about Judaizing & Judaism!" 25%+ (or 70 Million+) Americans (in the United States) have gone against the New Testament to not adopt the ways of Judaism. And yet, that is exactly what has happened. These self-proclaiming Christians can easily proclaim that "Jesus is God come in human flesh," but then take actions ("works") which blatantly violate God's Word. They caste their support for an apostate nation (Israel) and for the apostate Internationalist Jews who run murderous wars in the Middle East. The incongruency between "words" and "works" is indeed evident. And, the reason there is an incongruency is because these "self-proclaiming" Christians do NOT have God's gift of grace. They are blind and incapable of doing good "works" or anything pleasing to God. Could it be that Jesus will turn His back on such types stating "I never knew you; DEPART FROM ME, YOU WHO PRACTICE LAWLESSNESS."? 

What I speak is not popular, but it serves as a wake up call for all self-proclaiming Christians to reexamine their "works." All of us who proclaim Jesus as God come in human flesh, and all of us who then do "works" in blatant violation of His Word, are in a serious bind. We need to pray to God and ask Him for His gift of grace so that we are capable of doing what is pleasing to Him! You might just then notice subsequent changes in the actions that you take on a day to day basis. Only then can you truly awaken and do what is pleasing to Him, and be saved!

Thursday, 5 September 2013

How trendy it is to take the Lord's Name in vain!

The information in this blog entry comes as no surprise to many of my readers, but I just wanted to address the issue of taking the Lord's Name in vain. What does this mean? To me, it means using God's Name or Jesus' Name in a manner that is frivolous or in sudden response to a negative (or even a positive) event.

Yet, Jewish-run Hollywood has put out numerous films particularly over the last three decades, which "normalizes" the act of saying "Jesus Christ!" or "God Damn it!" or worse - "Jesus f-n Christ!" and the list goes on. Even films like "Superman," "Back to the Future," and "Top-Gun" featured the constant use of Jesus' Name. And today, the taking of the Lord's Name continues at an accelerated pace. I don't know about you, but I'm sick and tired of a situation where the Jews who proclaim to observe the Torah (and the "Ten Commandments") hypocritically and repeatedly violate the 3rd Commandment (and all the other ones as well). 

The Old Testament states the following:

“You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain, for the Lord will not leave him unpunished who takes His name in vain. (Exodus 20:7 NASB)
And the New Testament reiterates the Third Commandment (in Exodus 20:7) by stating the fact that we shall not swear or make false vows, and to do so is sin. When using His Name, we shall not do so lightly. 
33 “Again, you have heard that the ancients were told, ‘You shall not make false vows, but shall fulfill your vows to the Lord.’ 34 But I say to you, make no oath at all, either by heaven, for it is the throne of God, 35 or by the earth, for it is the footstool of His feet, or by Jerusalem, for it is the city of the great King. 36 Nor shall you make an oath by your head, for you cannot make one hair white or black. 37 But let your statement be, ‘Yes, yes’ or ‘No, no’; anything beyond these is of evil. (Matthew 5:33-37 NASB)
As I have stated in previous blog entries, nine of the original "Ten Commandments" of Moses have been reiterated in the New Testament. The only one that is not is the Fourth Commandment regarding the "observance of days -- Sabbath, which Jesus fulfilled." Read more about that topic in my previous entry called "Walter Veith discusses SDA Eschatology." 

Yet, the Jews who run Hollywood continue to violate God's Word and they continue to brainwash the mindless goyim to violate His Word. A blogger by the name of "NWO Intel Briefing" cited a Bertrand Russell quote regarding the power of Hollywood: 

Witness Bertrand Russell's thoughts on this:

"The great majority of young people in almost all civilized countries derive their ideas of love, of honour, of the way to make money, of the importance of good clothes, from the evenings spent in seeing what Hollywood thinks good for them. I doubt whether all the schools and churches combined have as much influence as the cinema upon the opinions of the young in regard to such intimate matters as love and marriage and money-making. The producers of Hollywood are the high-priests of a new religion." (The Scientific Outlook, p.158) (Source link:
Notice how Bertrand Russell discusses a "new religion" and how he paints Hollywood as the "controllers" (or "high-priests") of this brainwashing machine. Russell was definitely a shill for the Jewish elite! I discussed him in my own published book as well. 

Thus, the programming to take the Lord's Name in vain works like this:
The programming is to turn the name "Jesus Christ" into a curse word by providing a repetitive negative association. Whenever the viewer hears His name in a film these days it is always in response to events such as: seeing a dead body, something disgusting, bad news, anger, shock, and suchlike. This negative association is "downloaded" into the Alpha state viewer's unconscious operating system, so that, later, when the person encounters a negative situation in their own life, they too will misuse the Lord's name.

When a person is extremely afraid, or in a state of rage, and can't find the words to express those feelings, then the unconscious operating system provides the response--a response that it has learned from the "high priests of a new religion."  (Source link:
The blogger above did an excellent job of exposing what the Jewish elites of Hollywood are doing. They attempt to link the name of "Jesus Christ" with negative associations. Anything that is "negative" in the minds of the sheeple elicit a profane response! That my friends is a violation of God's Commandments, and that is exactly what the wicked Jews who run Hollywood want!

Will you be a mindless Zombie of whom God will likely destroy, or do YOU desire to be one of His chosen? Those who pick the later just might receive God's gift of grace! That is the ONLY way anyone can be saved.

By the way, there is a online petition called Tell "Hollywood" Jesus is not a swear word. I thought I would make this link available for those wanting to take political action. There are other actions you can take as well. Be creative in your fight against the Jewish controllers who not only want your body and mind, but your soul as well! 

Tuesday, 3 September 2013

The Attitude of Competition: Is it possible to succeed without competing? by Charles E. Bryce

Competition is a way of life all over the world. It is the fuel that keeps democracy running. By definition competition involves rivalry, a contest and opposition. It involves striving for the same object against another person. Is that the way a Christian should follow?

Not just the act of competing, but the actual attitude of competition is wrong. The word “competition” is nowhere to be found in the Bible, but the attitude of competition is roundly condemned in God’s word.

Mr. Herbert W. Armstrong always taught that we should have the attitude of cooperation, not competition—a teaching supported by the biblical instruction that “we dare not make ourselves of the number, or compare ourselves with some that commend themselves: but they measuring themselves by themselves, and comparing themselves among themselves, are not wise” (II Cor. 10:12).

There is no better definition of the attitude of competition than that. When you really study it, you see competition has everything to do with comparing yourself with somebody else, measuring yourself by somebody else and trying to outdo somebody else. It happens at beauty pageants and sports contests, in the business world and political campaigns.

This verse plainly tells us to avoid all these behaviors, yet competition is at the foundation of today’s civilization. This attitude and practice is cultivated from birth and highly glorified as a character trait.

Victory at what cost?

“Define your enemy and crush him,” some advocate today. “Rip them up, tear them up,” goes the cheerleader’s chant at football games. That attitude leads to trying to win at all cost, the results of which fill the sports news each day. Baseball players, and other athletes, put all kinds of chemicals in their bodies, with unknown long–term side–effects, so they can hit a ball farther or pedal a bicycle faster. A girls’ high school basketball coach in Texas has his players run up the score against their less–skilled opponents, eventually beating them 100–0. A football player chooses to launch himself at an opponent, tensing his body up and using it as a weapon, in the hopes of “sending a message.” Ryan Clark, a member of the 2009 Super Bowl–winning Steelers team, did just that against Ravens receiver Willis McGahee in the AFC championship game in January 2009. Clark later said, “The biggest thing I’m proud of is not flinching. You get to the point of attack and you have to have the mentality of ‘It’s me or you. One of us has to go down.’…there was a point when I could have stopped and waited and tried to tackle him. But sad to say I just closed my eyes and said, ‘I’ll wake up when I hit the ground.’” The players collided helmet to helmet, and were both knocked out in the play. McGahee had to be stretchered off the field and hospitalized.

The more you study this attitude of competition, the more you can see that the world has lost its way. When someone is described as “hard–hitting” or “playing to win,” that is seen as a compliment. These are valued character traits, sought after and applauded in this world. But it means he really wants someone else to lose! Why is that supposed to be a good thing?

Does God want us to have a “winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing” attitude? Compare that approach with the admonition found in Philippians 2:2–4: “Fulfil ye my joy, that ye be likeminded, having the same love, being of one accord, of one mind. Let nothing be done through strife or vainglory; but in lowliness of mind let each esteem other better than themselves. Look not every man on his own things, but every man also on the things of others.”

Likemindedness is unity—the attitude of cooperation. In other words, we care for others and we try to help them. This leads to what should be our goal: “Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus” (v. 5). The mind of Christ involves esteeming others better than yourself and looking out for each other. You cannot fit competition anywhere in there.

When we cultivate the attitude of humility and cooperation, we no longer try to beat an opponent, thus proving our superiority over them. Will this attitude of cooperation bring about an inferior performance? Will it produce mediocrity? No! In actual fact, it leads to achieving excellence, and helping others to do so as well.

No comparison

The right mindset is this: Do your personal best. If you do, you are a winner and do not have to measure performance against anyone else’s. God’s word says it this way: “Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might; for there is no work, nor device, nor knowledge, nor wisdom, in the grave, whither thou goest” (Ecc. 9:10). If we all do everything we do with all our might, we do not need to figure out some way to win at all cost, whether it is in a business venture or in a game.
The whole point of playing a game is to do your best and have fun. When you replace the attitude of competition with one of cooperation, not only are you going to do your best, but you will help others to do their best too. Then it is more fun for everyone.

In a basketball game, the attitude of cooperation would mean that if the other team makes a shot, you say, “That was a great shot.” If somebody is driving toward the bucket for a layup, you do not foul him to keep him from laying it up. There will not be any in–your–face celebrations and taunting. Everyone will be included, and there will be no ball hogging. The attitude of cooperation does away with the pursuit of personal glory and makes us team players. We all like to play and work with a team player, so why not be team players ourselves?

If we have the attitude of cooperation and esteeming others better than ourselves and not comparing ourselves among ourselves, but doing everything we do with all our might—that will always take us down the road of cooperation and of achieving excellence.

However, if we have the attitude of I’m going to win no matter what and that’s all that counts—I am going to outdo you, I am going to be prettier than you, stronger than you, faster than you, smarter than you, and I am going to end up on top—that is the attitude of competition. That takes us down the wrong road leading to pain and crushing disappointment, sooner or later. Yet that is the attitude you see everywhere today.

But is it practical?

Now, some might say, “Well, if we shouldn’t compete, how can we bid on a job?” You simply go and bid on the job. You are not trying to finagle in under your opponent. You do not even consider him an opponent. Research the job, consider what you can do and decide on the best bid you can put in. What would your bid be if you were the only one offering?

The same applies to purchasing a house. There might be five people lined up to buy this house. You are not trying to figure out what they are doing and then outdo them. You go and make your offer.

In other words, whatever we do, whether it is just having fun in a game, or bidding on a job, or carrying out our responsibilities, if we think about the attitude of cooperation and doing everything with all our might and not comparing ourselves with somebody else, we are on the right track.

God never competes

Do not allow the wrong attitude to develop. Nothing that we do should ever be based on the attitude and practice of competition.

God never competes. Jesus Christ never competes. You do not find competition among the angels or among God’s true and humble servants. That attitude originated with the god of this world, Satan the devil: “How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations! For thou hast said in thine heart, I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God: I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation, in the sides of the north: I will ascend above the heights of the clouds; I will be like the most High” (Isa. 14:12–14).

Satan wanted to become a competitor with the Great God! He wanted to become like Him and even superior to Him. As the god of this world, His attitude permeates his system, his civilization, his institutions. And it is considered a strength. But the Bible teaches a completely different approach—the attitude of cooperation.

Some scriptures seem to imply competition among Christians: “Behold, I come quickly: hold that fast which thou hast, that no man take thy crown” (Rev. 3:11). Does this mean we are vying against others for position and authority in the Kingdom? Absolutely not. There isn’t anybody who can take your crown from you. If you get lackadaisical, start drifting and fall away, then you will lose your crown. That responsibility will then be given to someone else to carry out.

A different standard

Our reward and position in the Kingdom of God is based on what we do with what we have. This is the godly principle that Jesus Christ follows in administering our future: “But he that knew not, and did commit things worthy of stripes, shall be beaten with few stripes. For unto whomsoever much is given, of him shall be much required: and to whom men have committed much, of him they will ask the more” (Luke 12:48).

We must do the best we can with what we have because that is the basis on which God judges us. It is not who is the “best” by some physical standard: “Judge not according to the appearance, but judge righteous judgment” (John 7:24). So, the bottom line in what God cares about and how God reaches His final conclusion about people is not based on competition at all, but on the attitude of cooperation and what is on the inside. Are you doing everything you can with what you have? Are you doing it all with all your might? Are you caring for others along the way? What is your character like? What is your attitude? In the final analysis, that is what really counts, and in the end, that right attitude will completely replace the attitude of competition.

That famous slogan, “Winning is not everything, it’s the only thing” is dead wrong. A better way to put it is: Character is everything. And character is all about the attitude of cooperation and has nothing to do with the attitude of competition.

Reprinted from the following weblink:

My Comments - September 3, 2013:

I just wanted to add a couple of my own points regarding the topic of "competition." Two points are this: (1) "Competition" is viewed as a traditionally "conservative" value. (2) The "competition" model used in America is more about "conformity" and "manipulation" than about anything that God would dictate in His Word.

To the first point, a "competitive" spirit is praised by conservatives who are either neo-cons or Libertarians (big or little "L"...makes no difference). Ayn Rand (and the numerous Jewish psychologists & philosophers behind her name) have deemed that "healthy competition" is a "good" and admirable trait among human beings and that such an attribute is a fully engrained and psychologically built into our psyche. Those who are evolutionists from the school of "Social Darwinism" will accept "competition" as an inarguable human trait, so "get used to it!" And for those of us who do not accept this "fact" (as they see it to be), are as good as pot-smoking hippies or socialists who have no rational concept of reality.

That being said, I guess many of these so-called conservatives would label Jesus as a hippie or a socialist as well! No where in the Bible (OT or NT) is there an admonition to acquire or to practice a "competitive" spirit. Rather, Jesus taught us to "love one another" and to work cooperatively with one another, not to engage in fierce competitive behavior!  Bryce's essay above makes the case regarding that point.

What then is "conservative" about disobeying God's word, and engaging in behavior which violates the natural order which God created? For those wanting to gain a better understanding of what REAL "conservatism" is, I recommend that you read the following:

What on earth does it mean to be a "conservative?"


Why Libertarian philosophy & psychology cannot save you!

And, to my second point, it is my belief that "competition" is used by the Jewish elite to divide and conquer people at the yuppie (or slave labor) level! First, those who run large (most often Jewish-run) corporations (Fortune 1000), don't really want to hire "team players!" What they REALLY want is to hire "conformists"... i.e., those who will conform to a certain type of look, and who will "live in the pockets" of the fellow employees. The idea of hiring people who can actually "think for themselves" is a scary proposition for the (Jewish) CEOs and executives at the top. What they really want is for their employees to stab each other in the back, and for each to claw their way to their highest level of competence! That is, the highest level a goyim to be promoted to.

In my own experience, I have seen the misery of the work place (particularly in America and for American companies or organizations). British and European companies can and do feature some of the same issues as American companies, but my experiences overseas have been very different in that those people had a far more "cooperative" attitude, and that my friends is true "team work." Those who want to constantly "outshine" or to compete against me to make themselves "look good," while trying to make me "look bad" indeed makes for a miserable work environment! I've seen it time and again. And, it is this type of work environment that the Jewish corporate owners want to see! They keep us fighting each other while they continue laying people off while dumping more work (on each remaining employee). Further, they pay themselves bigger bonuses than we have ever seen in the previous fifty years!!!

There is no such thing as "healthy competition." There is only "healthy character" of which the Bible is the ONLY book which properly teaches such a concept! It is "character" which is MOST needed as a trait to make for a happier and psychologically healthier workplace, and world at large! This Godly paradigm is indeed a 180 degree shift from the Jewish satanic one so prevalent in America.

Sadly, I am not too optimistic about change in America, but by putting out my comments, it is my hope that people will become aware of the truth and then take steps to change themselves so that they may set the example for others! Only then might we have any hope for REAL change that actually makes the world a better place. Lastly, I should mention that any REAL change that is truly Godly requires God's gift of grace! You cannot change via your own personal power! You are weak. Only God can give you real strength for real change! 

Update - September 13, 2013:

I just had to post the Dead Kennedys song - "Jock O Rama" which humorously pokes fun of the "competition" brainwashing which so pervades the American psyche! Enjoy!


You really like gorillas?
We've got just the pet for you
It's the way you're forced to act
To survive our schools

Make your whole life revolve around sports
Walk tough-don't act too smart
Be a mean machine
Then we'll let you get ahead

Jock-O-Rama-Save my soul
We're under the thumb of the Beef Patrol
The future of America is in their hands
Watch it roll over Niagara Falls
Pep rally in the holy temple
And you're forced to go
Masturbate en masse
With the favored religious cult
Cheerleaders yell-"Ra Ra Team"
From the locker room parades the prime beef
When archaeologists dig this up
They'll either laugh or cry

Jock-O-Rama-On the brain
Redneck-a-thon drivin' me insane
The future of America is in their hands
Watch it roll over Niagara Falls
Unzip that old time religion
On the almighty football field
Beerbellies of all ages
Come to watch the gladiators bleed
"Now boys, this game ain't played for fun
You're going out there to win
How d'ya win?
Get out there
And snap the other guy's knee!"

Beat 'em up! Beat 'em up!
Ra Ra Ra
Snap those spinal cords
Ha Ha Ha

The star quarterback lies injured
Unconscious on the football field
Looks like his neck's been broken
Seems to happen somewhere every year

His mom and dad clutch themselves and cry
Their favorite son will never walk again
Coach says, "That boy gave a hundred percent
What spirit
What a man"

But who cares?
Games over-Let's go get wasted man
To the 7-11, to the liquor store
Let's party all night and party some more

Another Trans-Am
Wrapped itself around a telephone pole
"I ain't drunk, officer
I just fell gettin' out of my car"

Don't worry about it, son
We were that way when we were young
You've got all the skills
To make a damn good businessman

Jock-O-Rama-that's the law
Come lick the butts of the Beef Patrol
If the future of America is handed to them
Watch it roll over Niagara Falls