10 Blessed are they which are persecuted for righteousness' sake: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. 11 Blessed are ye, when men shall revile you, and persecute you, and shall say all manner of evil against you falsely, for my sake.
Is this not the result of a power much deeper within, to consider yourself "Blessed" or to be happy while being persecuted?! From a spiritual standpoint, these are they who can handle the strongest of opposition, recognizing it as contrast which God has allowed. To sustain being "persecuted for righteousness' sake" is to be sold out for Christ. How can anyone get to where they process it in their minds that they feel "Blessed" or happy as others "revile... and persecute... and shall say all manner of evil against" them "falsely, for Christ's sake"? Because they have come to know they are standing in the power of what is "theirs... the kingdom of heaven", understanding what this life is all about.
God has His people who live on the edge, fighting the good fight on the front lines of faith. They have hungered and thirsted for righteousness to the point they are willing to voluntarily suffer, even die if need be. They realize that living for righteousness' sake is giving your all to receive something which can only come from God. The most meaningful things are what only come from Him: the love of your life, your children, lasting relationships, lifetime opportunities, wisdom, even vast sustenance.
How could this "righteousness" (which isn't even considered much by most whites) get such ahold on someone that they are willing to suffer because of it? Because Christ has had a deeper impact on them. And the more power they recognize within themselves, the more of an impact they will make on others. Though it is never to be our intent to offend our weaker or even our lost brethren, if no one ever comes after you or ever gets upset over what you stand for, then what you stand for is not real and has no power.
When we first come to the racial truth of the Scriptures, we go thru an initial phase of acknowledging God's (and therefore our) hatred for non-whites, which is to be expected. But once we've been grounded in these truths and have made them our own, the only time we should deal with it very much is when we are able to share it with another who has not heard. Unfortunately it seems many long-time Identity Christians are still way more interested in what the jews are doing than about their own race. Thank God for those who have the gifts and calling to do this. But many are obsessed with dwelling on non-whites and their activities, much the same way judeos get stuck on their salvation experience, repeating it over and over again just among themselves.
Again, if you are actively helping lost brethren, that's one thing. But if the main thing you always want to think and talk about with other Identity Christians is how nasty the blacks are or how evil the jews are, you are completely missing the much deeper impact Christ can have in and thru your life. The blessing of God for being persecuted does not come thru us sitting in little cyber huddles, stewing in our anger over the enemies of God. James said, "For the wrath of man worketh NOT the righteousness of God". RIGHTEOUSNESS DOESN'T COME FROM BEING ANGRY BUT BY HAVING OUR HEARTS POINTED IN THE DIRECTION OF LOVING OUR PEOPLE.
Though we despise non-whites, comparatively speaking, it is external and temporal. For when all is said and done in this age they will no longer exist. Those who are racially awake and seek to make a deeper impact for God's eternal kingdom, are on the cutting edge of righteousness by faith. Though they will persecute you, righteousness doesn't necessarily involve getting all tangled up with non-whites. Of course if one feels led to protest or stand up for the white race it can be an honorable and noble thing to do. BUT DO IT AS YOU ARE MOTIVATED BY LOVE NOT JUST HATE.
The bigger issue is: how far are you willing to go from within yourself to show others your God is real? The reason He says the kingdom of heaven is "theirs" is because it is that from which they are already living their lives based upon. Not just to one day get to heaven, but because they now know the kingdom of heaven has always been within them.
Unfortunately, much of our history at different times consists of our people misusing the Scriptures to formulate externally-based religious and political systems to control and govern one another. Though we see our perfect, sovereign God working inspite of it, it is not the way of the kingdom of heaven. Theirs is the kingdom of heaven who live and operate from a much deeper place.
Are you living from the inside or only focused on the outside? What governs and controls you? If you've confessed Christ and you live from the inside, yours is the kingdom of heaven NOW. Or maybe you have confessed to being a Christian for quite awhile, even Christian Identity, but you still only focus on the outer, earthly realm. Realize, you are still falling short of the glory of God and are 'selling' God way short. FOR THE MORE WE SEEK TO EXPERIENCE A DEEPER IMPACT FROM WITHIN, THE MORE HIS KINGDOM IS REALIZED WITHIN US.
A baby for instance, is helplessly dependant upon someone else to do everything for him, while reacting in fear to everything going on in his outside world. He must always have someone else thinking and making his decisions for him. He must be held, protected, and at times, controlled. Essentially, this is the mentality man-made governments and religions systems cultivate and prey upon. Yet one who becomes mature, doesn't need all that anymore. They no longer have a need for someone else doing all their thinking for them, to control or govern them, why? Because their marching orders come from within them, from the kingdom of heaven. Do you want to be a part of waking our race up both racially and spiritually? Then seek to bring yourself to the place where you don't need anyone on the outside telling you how to live anymore. Feel the impact of the kingdom of heaven by seeking to be happy and blessed.
The kingdom of heaven doesn't just speak of some big city floating around on a big cloud somewhere up there. The kingdom of heaven speaks of God's government within you. As good as some of the forms of man-made government seem to have been, they do not compare to the government of heaven; how do we know? Because none of them have ever produced heaven. However what Christ speaks of here will produce heaven and it can be yours if you will just look within. BE A PART OF THAT REMNANT IN THE LAST DAYS BY TAKING CHRIST'S WORDS TO HEART NOW, CONCERNING RIGHTEOUSNESS BY FAITH.
12 Rejoice, and be exceeding glad: for great is your reward in heaven: for so persecuted they the prophets which were before you.
Christ here tells us to "Rejoice, and be exceeding glad"- to celebrate, when we are being persecuted! Do we therefore have any excuse not to at least be content and be happy all the rest of the time?! Absolutely not. The immature attitudes we have habitually displayed will not result in any "reward in heaven". While living in the power of joy for the same God as did "the prophets which were before you",will lead to "great" reward. What did they do? They stood for the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, not some false god who we don't expect to intervene in our lives. Being persecuted for righteousness sake and the cause of Christ isn't anything to dread or be ashamed of. According to Christ, if we are full of joy, we should expect a great reward. Christ then tells us who we are in relation to the earth:
13 Ye are the salt of the earth: but if the salt have lost his savour, wherewith shall it be salted? it is thenceforth good for nothing, but to be cast out, and to be trodden under foot of men.
We use salt mostly for seasoning today. But for thousands and thousands of years, salt was our main preservative. The Greek word translated "lost his savour" is Strong's Exhaustive Concordance #3471 from #3474, moros. Spiros Zodhiates' in his Hebrew Greek Key Study Bible explains it as becoming "silly, stupid, foolish, from which the English word 'moron' is derived." He goes on to distinguish it is not in reference to one's lack of intellectual or mental capacity but "of his heart and character." aLosing your savour isn't just in reference to what you know in your head, but with what is going on in your heart.
Christ's warning is once salt loses "his savour... it is thenceforth good for nothing". What then could be this savour; what is it that preserves our race? Is it politics and war? Is it traditions and rituals? Of course not. It is learning, practicing, and handing down the faith once delivered to the saints only found in the Scriptures as is exclusively taught in Two-Seedline Christian Identity today. You probably already know we have the message that is the only hope for our race. It's not what the denominations are teaching or the politicians are lying about but "thus saith the LORD" and only to the white race. Yet what Christ is saying is though we are collectively His preserving agent, there is a responsibility to not become bitter in our hearts.
What is it we are leaving with others as "the salt of the earth"? Though hate is a natural reaction when we first begin to understand the truth (especially in relation to God's enemies), is it this essential "savour" of the saltwhich is preserving our race? It can't be. If our message is mainly of this singular dimension (being predominately 'seasoned' with hate), we will make no deeper impact on our brethren than white nationalism. THEREFORE IF WHAT WE ARE SPREADING IS A MESSAGE CONSISTING MOSTLY OF HATE, THEN AT THE VERY LEAST WE ARE LOSING OUR SAVOUR. Hate only involves how we feel about and what we do in relation to God's enemies. Love is what leads to the preservation of our race by patiently spreading the message and producing more white babies. Hate is much easier and may feel good to our flesh. But love goes much farther and comes from deep within our hearts.
Meanwhile, it is repeated over and over again, now being believed and promoted by nearly every judeo church, that being racist is the height of ignorance and can be overcome with education. Yet according to what Christ says here, their kind of 'education' actually makes the hearts of whites useless to His cause, having been turned away from seeing their responsibility to preserve their own people. A CHURCH HAS LOST ITS SAVOUR AND IS OF LITTLE OR NO USE TO CHRIST IF IT COMPROMISES ON RACE. Therefore by these extreme attitudes, those within our ranks who are blinded by hate and those who are not in our ranks being blinded by lies, are both being led into opposite sides of the narrow road of righteousness, into the ditch. THE ONES WHO WILL MAKE A DEEPER IMPACT NOW AND WILL BE STANDING IN THE END ARE THOSE WHO PREACH THE TRUTH IN LOVE WHILE LIVING BY FAITH UNTO RIGHTEOUSNESS. Our people lose our saltiness both thru compromise and not loving our brethren enough to be patient with them. As a result, Christ says we become "good for nothing but to be cast out, and to be trodden under foot of men."
This next generation of young whites coming up need to be taught seperation and not to racemix from the Scriptures; who will care enough to tell them? Are you focused on having more white babies or just less non-whites? THE TRUTH IN LOVE ENCOURAGES PRESERVATION FAR MORE THAN HATE. Are you concerned about losing your savour?
14 Ye are the light of the world. A city that is set on an hill cannot be hid.
THE WHITE RACE IS NOT HERE TO HIDE OUT BUT TO STAND OUT AND SHINE IN RADIATING POWER. Here we see David said the same thing Christ is teaching here in the Beattitudes just in a little different way:
1 Fret not thyself because of evildoers, neither be thou envious against the workers of iniquity. 2 For they shall soon be cut down like the grass, and wither as the green herb. 3 Trust in the LORD, and do good; so shalt thou dwell in the land, and verily thou shalt be fed. 4 Delight thyself also in the LORD: and he shall give thee the desires of thine heart. 5 Commit thy way unto the LORD; trust also in him; and he shall bring it to pass. 6 And he shall bring forth thy righteousness as the light, and thy judgment as the noonday.
The white race is intended by Almighty God to be "the light of the world" thru righteousness. God's intention as the Father of Lights is for His people to shine thru the darkness like "A city that is set on an hill" which "cannot be hid." WE WERE "SET" HERE IN THE MIDST OF THE NIGHT TO SHINE FORTH IN HIS GLORY. Though the declared goal of the forces of antichrist darkness is to shut down those who spread the message of the Light, those who will stand and shine as "the light of the world" "CANNOT BE HID" according Christ. This is Christ's blueprint for making a deeper impact. If we are willing to put it all out there for Him, He will acquaint us with the illuminating power of His Spirit within us.
15 Neither do men light a candle, and put it under a bushel, but on a candlestick; and it giveth light unto all that are in the house.
We may not realize it but our wrong approach and attitude may actually be hiding the message. This verse illustrates how ridiculous it is to be a Christian and yet somehow still be hiding the Light within you. There are others around you who are "in the house" or family of Israel who need to be lit by the Consuming Fire you contain. We must discover and discard whatever "bushel" is doing this: our 'soap boxes' or secondary doctrinal beliefs, excuses, unbelief or even a hateful or judgmental spirit, so they can clearly see our candle has been lit. Of Yahweh's effortlessness application of this illuminating impact within us, Psalm 18 says, "For thou wilt light my candle: the LORD my God will enlighten my darkness." There is a bumper sticker which reads, "I have no problem with God, just His fanclub." THE ONLY THING THAT CAN PREVENT THE LIGHT FROM SHINING FROM US, IS US!
If you are racially awake your candle has been lit. If God has truly opened your spiritual eyes and ears it is because He has lit a fire inside you which is intended to contribute to the lighting of others. One characteristic of fire is that it likes to spread; we are the ones who quench it. TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOUR FIRE. Are you helping others to warm up to the Gospel or are you too busy burning people up? Only you can make whatever changes which are needed to stop hiding your light.
Hate is an absence of love just as darkness is an absence of light. If the fire Christ has lit inside you is expressed thru love for your people, you will make a deeper impact on your brethren. WITHOUT LOVE, OUR LIGHT IS HIDDEN IN A HEART AND MIND FULL OF DARKNESS. In the New Testament, we do not see Christ or His Disciples wasting time being consumed with how much they hated God's enemies. They were focused on a much deeper objective: not hiding their light by risking their lives to reach their people because they loved them. What does Christ tell us to do to preserve our people and spread the truth?:
16 Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.
"Let" what Christ has put inside you "shine before men" without all the things others have added to it. What will happen if we would take to heart the approach Christ has layed out here in this blueprint? It would completely change the world! Christ says when "they see your good works" they can't help but "glorify your Father which is in heaven". Why not focus more on finding ways to do something good for your white neighbor rather than sitting around worrying about non-whites. It might bring them that much closer to hearing what you have to say after awhile. PEOPLE DON'T CARE HOW MUCH WE KNOW UNTIL THEY KNOW HOW MUCH WE CARE.
This is the whole point of us being brought into this world as the salt and the light! We don't have to try so hard by pushing and trying to force it. Just simply "Let" it "shine before men". The Spirit of God will emerge from us with the truth and "so shine before men, that they may see your good works" to "glorify your Father which is in heaven." Being a Christian is more than just taking a theological or political positon, adopting some beliefs, and constantly trying to push them on other people. Letting "your light so shine" is doing the work on yourself to get where you minister to others from a heart flowing with compassion. The idea of our light shining speaks of something deep and powerful transferring from within us to others. This potential for great power resides within every Israelite. We must each be willing to get anything out of our lives that might be blocking this all-powerful Light.
THE LIGHT IS GOD HIMSELF WITHIN YOU. At first we assumed our light was lit in judeo churches. Yet if we did not even know our own identity as true Israelites and who Christ died for; we were still in darkness. Oh we experienced sparks, flickers, and flashes of the Light from time to time for contrast. Yet until the truth of God burns within our hearts, our candle is not lit. Then comes the work of finding the balance in our attitude to let it shine. This doesn't mean we did not learn somethings from the Bible or were not sincere in wanting to do some good things for others; you've always had the Spirit of God inside you. It's just that we were doing it in darkness, even towards non-whites, thinking they were our brethren. But now that your candle has been lit, you clearly recognize who it is you are to reach and minister to, undoubtedly glorifying your Father which is in heaven.
Knowing of God's final victory over His enemies is our Christian hope and is a great enough source of joy and peace for us not to continue to burn ourselves out by becoming bitter. Though our race has been beaten down and ridiculed, that does not mean we cannot still find the proper balance and depth in our character and attitude. Seek only the balance in your attitude and approach which you know deep down pleases Christ. If you are angry, then do as the Bible says, "Be angry and sin not", while remembering, "Vengeance is mine I will repay, saith the LORD". Know you will be persecuted as all our faithful ancestors were, while remaining salty and keeping your light shining bright. Be prone to happiness, strong in faith, and abounding in love.
When our people are around us they need to witness something different; a genuine attitude of hope and joy radiating from deep within us. The Beattitudes leave no room for any confusion and will lead us to making a deeper impact on our people. Just like having plans drafted by an architect on how to build a house, Christ gives us His set of blueprints which guarantees a life of blessings.