New World Country Fried

​Folks look. 

This is not the new year. The year doesn’t begin anew until spring. God’s new year, the Passover.

If a product says it’s not a GMO product, it is. If a product says it’s made in the U.S., it wasn’t.

When our soldiers go into the field, it’s to mass murder and pillage for corporate tyranny. They don’t fight for us, they protect an ungodly way of life.

Recently I have read many upon many Scripture that we all ignore or forget about. These things I’ve stated are only few matters covered by those verses. 

In my times of long suffering and overwhelming loss I was witness and victim to more reality and truth about this country, the church and the people in it than most dare to even ponder.

During those times I feared for my soul as much as for so many others. I’ve grown tired of trying to be a messenger. Nobody understands that the church alone is responsible for the foundation of a society. No one is willing to accept that the churches in this country are not being persecuted and shut down simply because they are not in the truth. They’re just like society, pagan and conformed to a false way of life, a counterfeit Christianity. A cult of Christianity. 

Idolatry and fake government has us so badly divided. Protection racket law enforcement has us fearing the wrong things and trusting the wrong people. 

Protesting and letter writing, town meetings and voting are false means for making change. They are deceptive methods of a system created and designed specifically to keep us from going to God and ourselves for self sufficiency …

When this nation was invaded by Columbus and his slave trade ships they started calling it the New World …

Think about that. The last days have been around for centuries. There are only a small number of truly godly hearted people left in this country keeping from being fried. 

We should all endeavor to be counted as one of them … 

Content In Faith And Giving

“Let your conduct be without covetousness; be content with such things as you have. For He Himself has said, “I will never leave you nor forsake you.” So we may boldly say: “The LORD is my helper; I will not fear. What can man do to me?”

Hebrews 13:5-6

Here are earnest exhortations to several Christian duties, especially contentment. The sin opposed to this grace and duty is covetousness, an over-eager desire for the wealth of this world, with envy of those who have more than ourselves.

Having treasures in heaven, we may be content with moderate things here. Those who cannot be so would not be content though God raised their condition.

Adam was in paradise yet not content; some angels in heaven were not content; but the apostle Paul, though abased and empty, had learned in every state, in any state, to be content.

Christians have reason to be content with their present lot. This promise contains the sum and substance of all the promises; I will never, no, never leave thee, no, never forsake thee.

In the original there are no less than five negatives put together, to confirm the promise: the true believer shall have the gracious presence of God with him in life, at death, and forever. Men can do nothing against God and God can make all that men do against His people, to turn to their good.

“And God is able to make all grace abound toward you, that you, always having all sufficiency in all things, may have an abundance for every good work.”

2 Corinthians 9:8

Not the large, anybody come community meals and these organized, regulated systems of handouts. That does more to enable the users than helping the genuine needy …

Money bestowed in charity, may to the carnal mind seem thrown away, but when given from proper principles, it is seed sown, from which a valuable increase may be expected.

It should be given carefully. Works of charity, like other good works, should be done with thought and design. Due thought, as to our circumstances, and those we are about to relieve, will direct our gifts for charitable uses.

Help should be given freely, be it more or less; not grudgingly, but cheerfully.

While some scatter, and yet increase; others withhold more than is fitting, and it tends to poverty.

If we had more faith and love, we should waste less on ourselves, and sow more in hope of a plentiful increase.

Can a man lose by doing that with which God is pleased?

He is able to make all grace abound towards us, and to abound in us; to give a large increase of spiritual and of temporal good things. He can make us to have enough in all things; and to be content with what we have.

God gives not only enough for ourselves, but that also wherewith we may supply the wants of others, and this should be as seed to be sown.

We must show the reality of our subjection to the gospel, by works of charity. This will be for the credit of our profession, and to the praise and glory of God.

Let us endeavor to copy the example of Christ, being unwearied in doing good, and deeming it more blessed to give than to receive.

Blessed be God for the unspeakable gift of His grace, whereby He enables and inclines some of His people to bestow upon others, and others to be grateful for it; and blessed be his glorious name to all eternity, for Jesus Christ, that inestimable gift of His love, through whom this and every other good thing, pertaining to life and godliness, are freely given unto us, beyond all expression, measure, or bounds.

Ministers Of Truth

A Quoted Message

“Ministers of God have a responsibility to tell the truth. For that to happen we must believe the truth, embrace the truth,  live the truth, and communicate the truth.”

“To embrace truth means we must refrain from untruths. To teach truth we must expose untruths. To love truth, we must put away untruths.”

“Have we forgotten; John 8:32 And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.”

“When ministers of God do not live the truth, we form a belief to dismiss the truth and trivialize the importance of truth. Then we give it to souls that we will have to answer for one day. There will be a day that ministers of God will give account for each soul under their charge. Sobering but truthful.”

“Discipleship is putting off untruths and putting on truth. To profess truth but hide the truth or suppress the truth is a deceitful action. Even mercy and truth are connected. Psalm 61:7 He shall abide before God for ever: O prepare mercy and truth, [which] may preserve him.”

“We are to be the people of spirit and truth, in ALL things.
The truth must be spoken in love for the benefit of souls.
Men of God we must be stirred by idolatry to be Apostolic.”

“Acts 17:16 Now while Paul waited for them at Athens, his spirit was stirred in him, when he saw the city wholly given to idolatry.”

“Truth is not unloving!”

Pharisee Stumped On The Sabbath

​”And He entered again into the synagogue; and there was a man there which had a withered hand. And they watched Him, whether He would heal him on the Sabbath day; that they might accuse Him. And Jesus saith unto the man which had the withered hand, Stand forth. ”

 “And He saith unto them, Is it lawful to do good on the sabbath days, or to do evil? to save life, or to kill? But they held their peace. And when Jesus had looked round about on them with anger, being grieved for the hardness of their hearts, He saith unto the man, Stretch forth thine hand. And he stretched it out: and his hand was restored whole as the other. ”

“And the Pharisees went forth, and straightway took counsel with the Herodians against Him, how they might destroy him.”

Mark 3:1-6

And He entered again into the synagogue, Perhaps in Capernaum, where he had before cast out the unclean spirit; but not on the same day, nor on that day He had the debate with the Pharisees, about His disciples plucking the ears of corn on the Sabbath day; but on another Sabbath, perhaps the next; see Luke 6:6. 
 And there was a man there which had a withered hand; who came there either for a cure, knowing Christ to be in the synagogue, or for the sake of worship. 

 And they watched Him, The ruler of the synagogue, and the principal men in it; particularly the Scribes and Pharisees, who followed Jesus wherever He went. 

 They observed Jesus diligently, and kept their eyes upon Him; to see whether He would heal the man on the sabbath day; which, knowing Jesus’ readiness to do good, they might expect He would. 

 Stand forth: or, as in Luke, “rise up and stand forth in the midst”, Luke 6:8. He bid him rise up from his seat, and stand forth in the midst of the synagogue. 

 Or to do evil? to save life, or to kill? – It seems to have been a maxim with the Jews that not to do good when we have an opportunity is to do evil; not to save life is to kill or to be guilty of murder. 

If a man has an opportunity of saving another man’s life when he is in danger, and does not do it, he is evidently also guilty of his death. 

On this principle our Saviour puts this question to the Jews – whether it was better for him, having the power to heal this man, to do it, or to allow him to remain in this suffering condition. 

How they might destroy him: persisting still in their evil intentions, though Christ had so fully and clearly exposed the wickedness of them: and it is to be observed, that those men who thought it was not lawful to heal a lame man on the sabbath day, yet make no scruple of meeting and consulting together on that day, and even with profane men, what measures and methods were best to take, to destroy the life of an innocent person.