Parts 1 through 2
By Willie Martin

Jew Watch

Purpose - Part 1

 I have received many emails asking why is it so hard to show our White Brothers and Sisters the Israel Truth and why it is so hard for them to accept it after it has been shown to them very clearly.

 Well I could say it is because of the Jews and their boot-licks, and lap-dogs that keep telling them just the opposite and they accept that because it is what they have been taught all their lives, by their pastors, ministers, school teachers, mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, and by others that love them and wish only the best for them. And would not willingly teach them false doctrine if they knew the truth.

 I could say that the blame lays on the Judeo-Christian clergy, and would be far closer to the truth than to name any other source, but that is still not the entire answer.

 The answer is found in the word of God where He says that His people (Israel, the White Race) are destroyed because of lack of knowledge. (Hosea 4:6) And not only are they destroyed because of lack of knowledge by they refuse to accept knowledge when it is given to them. (Hosea 4:6) Because they would rather believe a lie than accept the truth. They accept the lies readily because they wish to do that, and reject the knowledge that will save them. (Jeremiah 5:31)

 Some say this is the generation of knowledge and power. Man has been able to explore space, as well as the tiny invisible human cell. He has created "smart bombs" that destroy targets with pin-point accuracy, and he ha developed technology to instantaneously transmit voices and images worldwide. At the touch of a key, vast realms of knowledge that will fill thousands of volumes is available on the Internet to millions of our Israel people in their homes. Our nation is now said to be the world's one and only Super Power.

 The question is: To What Purpose? We hold the world's record for incarcerations. Ours is the only nation where children murder their classmates. We have, collectively, murdered more than 40 million unborn babies in the last 30 years, since the ungodly men on the supreme court said it was alright to murder them. The wonder is that the women love to kill the unborn children because they might get in the way of their love life, or business, or a million and one other reasons. Which are nothing compared to the precious life that has been lost.   So the electronic "information highway" has failed to lead down the road to moral standards and a safe environment.

 We have attained great power and knowledge, but with no great purpose in mind. Although our military is at its weakest point that it has ever been, because of the traitors in Washington. The rule of those who hold the reins of this power is marked with injustice, deceit, and greed. It is said that "power corrupts," and never has this been more obvious than in our present time. Wielding power without the right purpose can only yield destruction.

 If there is a correct purpose to be pursued by man, it must be that purpose revealed by man's Creator, and if we seek any other purpose than that, it is not only the wrong purpose, but it is doomed to failure, for only that which fits the eternal plan of God will ultimately be accomplished. His purpose was stated in the beginning, when He said, "Let us make man in our image after our likeness." (Genesis 1:26) Adam and Eve rejected that purpose when they sought to become "as God," and pursued a purpose of their own. We know the sad results.

 To enable man to fulfill His purpose God has given rules and instructions, that we might have a mind-to-mind relationship with Him, but the history of man is a record of his attempt to find a way to live by his own rules. "The kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers take counsel together, against Jehovah, and against his anointed (our Israel people, the White Race), saying Let us break their bonds asunder, and cast away their cords from us." (Psalm 2:2-3) Our legislators and courts make it illegal for God's commandments to be taught in school and, instead seek to annul those commandments by legalizing abortion, prohibiting parental discipline, and making sodomy acceptable. One can spend 12 years in a public (fools) school and 4 to 6 more years in a University, and learn absolutely nothing of the Creator's purpose. In fact, great effort is made to keep the student from thinking of the Creator at all, or even believing that He exists. Then the "educators" hold conferences and ask how the massacre at the Littleton school could have happened.

 The violence taking place all over the world is the result of man exercising his God-given power for the wrong purposes, rather than seeking the purpose of God.

 God's purpose is demonstrated in His Son, Jesus Christ: "Who is the image of the invisible God." (Colossians 1:15) God not only gave His Son as a sacrificial offering to redeem, and atone for our sins that we might be free of sin and death, and could once again become His bride as in the beginning, but also that we might know the purpose of the Father through the Son. We see in Yeashua one who perfectly fulfilled the Father's purpose. Not only did God publicly announce that He was well pleased with His son, but Christ so perfectly fulfilled every facet of God's purpose that He was exalted to the right hand of God and given dominion over the entire creation. (Luke 3:22; Ephesians 1:2-22)

 When we make the commitment to follow Christ, we are also committing to fulfill God's purpose to have us in His image. Paul wrote that those who are called according to His purpose are fore ordained to be conformed to the image of His Son. (Romans 8:28-29) Making us into that image requires a lot of changes; serious changes. He isn't playing; none of this foxhole religion, false promises, hollow worship, or lip service. Many who claim to be Christian, but are not, say they worship God, but their heart is far from Him. (Matthew 15:8) We are to be transformed from the inside out. The theme that is popular with the Judeo-Christian church crowds today is prosperity, fame, pleasure, and security, and little concern for the ultimate purpose. One wants to settle the whole thing bout eternity in one moment, so he can get it over with and get on with his life.

 But it is a lifetime process. Christ said, "let him take up his cross daily and follow me." (Matthew 16:24; 19:21; Mark 8:34; 10:21; Luke 9:23) In the words of Paul, we are buried with Christ through baptism into death: "that we also might walk in newness of life." (Romans 6:4) That's just the beginning of new life, and it is a continuous walk in the direction of God's purpose.

Purpose - Part 2

 John wrote that everyone who has the hope of becoming like Christ "purifies himself, even as he is pure." (1 John 3:3) This is not to say that we can perfect ourselves to His image by our own will and efforts. The broad way, which Christ said leads to destruction, is littered with the broken lives of those who thought they could. Rise to the heights of perfection by their own determination and ability. What God wants form us is humility, trust, and obedience. The transformation is by His hand when we submit to Him.

 Our confidence is in God, not in ourselves. Can God fulfill His purpose? Indeed, He can. "God is able to make all grace abound unto you..." (2 Corinthians 9:8) That grace may come in the form of suffering, loss, or persecution. When we allow external circumstances to fill us with anxiety and make us worry, what does this say about God's grace but that it has failed and God cannot provide? The apostle Paul prayed to the Lord. three times to remove the "thorn in the flesh" when he suffered, but he answer was, "My grace is sufficient for thee: for my power is made perfect in weakness." (2 Corinthians 12:8-9) Paul then wrote, "Wherefore I take pleasure in weakness, in injuries, in necessities, in persecutions, in distresses, for Christ's sake: for when I am weak, then I am strong." (2 Corinthians 12:10)

 Once we tell Him that we want His will to be done we can expect some real work to begin to reshape us; cutting off a growth of pride here, shaving away an ugly spot (in the heart) there, cutting out a tumor of lust or cancer of greed. We are talking about change in which the old man is put to death and buried, so that the new man may emerge in the image of God. (Ephesians 4:22-24) We must cease thinking as the world thinks, in terms of a life of ease without problems or pain. Christ promised the opposite: tribulation, persecuting, a cross to bear, hatred of the world, chastening, etc.

 Sometimes the things that we see as tragedies and hardships are rather the strong steps that God takes in order to humble us for we will never yield the strong hands of the Potter until the lumps of pride and self-righteous resistance are removed. He has the power to use all the tough trials as tools to fashion us into His image. He could remove the pain, but it might also remove an important step in our growth. Hard circumstances are our opportunities to depend on god's grace, and also to manifest to the world that we belong to Him.

 This, of course, does not mean that we must act like a coward and fear a fight; for the opposite is true. Remember that God honors warriors and brave men and women, whereas He rejects the fearful and the cowards; and they cannot enter into heaven. (Revelation 21:8)

 The fulfillment of that plan will be glorious beyond anything we are able to imagine. Peter described it as "an inheritance incorruptible, and undefiled, and that fades not away." (1 Peter 1:4) Peter was writing to our Brother and Sister Israelites who were suffering terrible perfection at the hands of the Jew Nero, but he told them not to think of their fiery trials as something strange, "but inasmuch as you are partakers of Christ's sufferings rejoice; that at the revelation of his glory also you may rejoice with exceeding joy." (1 Peter 4:13)

 When Christ prayed, "Not my will be done, but thine," He knew the Father's purpose, and that it would bring Him suffering and death. He also knew that death was not the end, but that He would be raised up and crowned with glory and honor.

 Paul wrote, "For I reckon that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed to us." (Romans 8:18), and that "Our light affliction, which is for the moment, works for us more and more exceedingly an eternal weight of glory." (2 Corinthians 4:17)

 God's purpose to have us in His image has not changed, and it is to the gory of that goal that we are being led to triumph by Christ our Redeemer, our King.

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