20 For the creature was made subject to vanity, not willingly, but by reason of him who hath subjected the same in hope, 21 Because the creature itself also shall be delivered from the bondage of corruption into the glorious liberty of the children of God. 22 For we know that the whole creation groaneth and travaileth in pain together until now.
Here we see our collective hope as a race. Our God not only has the ability to create something out of nothing, but to transform "bondage" into "liberty"- ALL FOR US! Our whole race will experience this deliverance from "corruption" in an external sense when all the bastards are thrown into the lake of fire. Little do most of our people realize but because of what's inside each of us, when time is no more, we will enter eternity future. Our existence thru our spirit will be elevated into "the glorious liberty of the children of God". If this is your hope, why continue to get ripped up over the troubles of this world and allow them to pull down your mind? There is no need, as everything we have experienced and will experience is nothing more than birth pangs.
29 Immediately after the tribulation of those days shall the sun be darkened, and the moon shall not give her light, and the stars shall fall from heaven, and the powers of the heavens shall be shaken: 30 And then shall appear the sign of the Son of man in heaven: and then shall all the tribes of the earth mourn, and they shall see the Son of man coming in the clouds of heaven with power and great glory. 31 And he shall send his angels with a great sound of a trumpet, and they shall gather together his elect from the four winds, from one end of heaven to the other.
There's a much better day coming for us! But what does our knowledge of this now accomplish in us if we remain under the mindset of "the bondage of corruption"? We must allow the power of the Spirit to deliver our minds from the worry, doubts, and fears which keep us down. Because we're born into this world of corruption, it's difficult to change our whole way of thinking, but not impossible. If we continue to be convinced of these principles, we will further progress in our spiritual maturity. When it comes to our destiny, God has provided enough for us to place our hope in. We must look to learn and use it to lift us up each day.
Though most of our people don't understand what's happened in the past or what's really going on today, according to this, we all still feel what's going to happen in the future, even now. Our race feels our destiny approaching thru the trials and strain we all go through. Hope in God gives us the will to carry on thru difficulties. If we will embrace this, even our trials can help increase our hope. It is true that what you go thru can make you stronger as it contributes to building our hope in God.
Up "until now" in Paul's time, the Adamic race "groaneth and travaileth in pain together", why? Because we are headed to the culmination of the age. Our people are so divided, yet Paul says when it comes to our destiny we "groaneth together", experiencing common calamities as we make our way to the end. WHETHER WE LIKE IT OR NOT, AS THE WHITE RACE, WE ARE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER.
By God placing His Spirit within Adam from the beginning, we have this hope in us. Out of our weakness and frailty of what appears today to be a defeated people, will emerge a victorious, triumphant army. The more confidence you lose in this old world, the closer your hope can raise you up toward God.
Everything in this life, all the turmoil, wars, and troubles we experience as white nations, now and throughout history, all the sufferings, are like birth pangs leading up to this glorious manifestation. The world teaches the universal brotherhood of man, with the help and support of all the churches of course. Yet if everyone that stands upright and walks on two feet is a son of God, why would Paul even be concerned with this and why would everything be hinging upon it? "Because the creature itself also shall be delivered from the bondage of corruption into the glorious liberty of the children of God." The Adamic race alone shall have glorified bodies releasing us from our subjection to vanity and bringing forth the manifestation of our hope.
Waiting for God's perfect will to come to pass is like the birthing process, as "the whole creation groaneth and travaileth in pain together until now." Our personal destiny is in consideration as a part of "the whole creation" or Adamic race. We enter the kingdom of God in this life by putting to practice what Paul has already instructed: walking in the Spirit, mortifying our flesh, and controlling our minds- all within this lifestyle of hope. As bad as it's been for you in this life, the better it can become for you, and you can experience a measure of "glorious liberty" in this life:
23 And not only they, but ourselves also, which have the firstfruits of the Spirit, even we ourselves groan within ourselves, waiting for the adoption placement of sons, to wit, the redemption of our body.
They were experiencing it in Paul's day because they were "waiting for the placement of sons, to wit, the redemption of our body." Ever since the Garden, our race has been out of place. We are "sons" of the Most High God, not corporate slaves. Stop identifying your self with whatever failures and mistakes you've made in the past and believe in who the Scriptures say you are- the genetic children of God! It's time for you to fly on wings of hope! (For more on 'placement of sons' see "WHITE LIVES MATTER TO GOD 2: ADOPTION.")
The "firstfruits of the Spirit" speaks of how the Apostles and the faithful in those early assemblies were already feeling the effects and taking flight to their future destiny. It encouraged them to wait in hope for "the redemption of their body." All Adamites now "groan within ourselves" because our spirits know there is something just ahead, something far greater for us. So whether you're surrendered to it or not, you are headed toward that destiny, the question is: do you want to fly or do you want to crawl? Our quest should be for a better resurrection. The only way to fly is thru the lifestyle of hope:
24 For we are saved by hope: but hope that is seen is not hope: for what a man seeth, why doth he yet hope for?
Since God knows and proclaims the end from the beginning, "we are saved by hope". Hope leaves our salvation in the hands of our infinite, eternal God alone. Hope entrusts God to continue to keep His Word to Israel as He always has. Stop looking for proof outside of your spirit, your race, or the Scriptures. Hope dwells within us; it will lift you up and it will pull you through.
27 To whom God would make known what is the riches of the glory of this mystery among the Gentiles nations; which is Christ in you, the hope of glory:
Our hope is in God's promises for the future. Unfortunately, it seems the overall approach of our race, when it comes to Christianity and worshipping God, has always been to become more and more external. This mindset puts our race outside of ourselves when looking to God, even to where we become antagonistic toward our brother, underminding the practical purpose of Christianity. Biblical Christianity is a lifestyle of hope, founded on the promises God made to Abraham, Isaac, Jacob/Israel and his offspring, being fulfilled thru the redemptive work of Christ on our behalf. We must believe what our spiritual mind tells us when it comes to hope.
There is no such thing as visible hope, for "hope that is seen is not hope". We do not hope for something we already see. Therefore our salvation, our future, and our destiny hinge upon something we cannot see- hope. We are full of wonder just like little children, when God does the impossible in our lives. As we live in hope, when His intervention actually occurs, we are more humbled by the way His power brought to pass what we've been waiting for in our hearts.
Again, only the Adamic race has hope; and that hope is sure. Non-whites have no hope. Hope is extremely powerful and sets us apart. As to the future, no matter what the jews muster or minipulate in order to try and eliminate the white race, the Ominiscient God already has everything in place for our preservation, manifestation, and final victory. The goal is to live up to that hope up til that time, to strive to reflect the power that God's promises have upon us. This is the doorway to the glory of God. The more we live by hope the more we will be blessed.
Hope is our choice to let go of everything else and hold onto God. He holds us up and sustains us. When our hope is only in Him, we are fulfilling His purpose He had in creating us in the first place; to have sweet communion with us. Our people want, they need something to hold onto, to give them security. Knowing that you have God living inside of you and that you are a part of God's unchanging promises to father Abraham, guarantees and assures you of this "hope" we are "saved by". There should be no doubt.
What is your hope in? If it is in something visible, then it's not hope in God. You are not flying as long as your feet are still touching the ground. Here we see that "hope" is like faith in that it is involved only with the invisible dimension:
25 But if we hope for that we see not, then do we with patience wait for it.
Proof that your hope is genuine is that you are patiently waiting for God to do something in and thru your life. When we hope in God as we should, we are willing to go thru whatever it takes and to wait as long as possible. It is "that we see not" that which "we with patience wait for." The nature of hope is to wait patiently for something invisible to one day appear. This is the way when it comes to the quest for our destiny. If what we hope for appeared immediately, God's purpose in wanting us to grow in the process would not take place. While reaching the destination is most important to us, the 'flight' itself is more useful to God in regards to developing our spiritual maturity.
The proof we "hope for that we see not" is when we have "patience". A huge part of hope is being willing to "wait for" whatever it is you hope for and of course, the manifestation of the sons of God. Hope is just another nuance of the spiritual mind we are to follow. It fits perfectly with faith and builds a much deeper love for God and our brothren. This is where righteousness comes in again. Righteousness, hope, and faith are all integral parts of the Christian lifestyle God intends for us (James 2). Proverbs 12 again says, "In the way of righteousness is life: and in the pathway thereof there is no death." RIGHTEOUSNESS IS OUR WAY OF LIFE. No longer avoid this pathway of hope and righteousness.
The quest for our destiny is on wings of hope. Over-thinking, over-compensating, and second-guessing God underminds our hope in God. We must be convinced that God is in control, even to the minutest detail, especially as we look out into the future. When we realize this is exactly the way God wants us to live our daily lives, the closer we are to experiencing freedom, liberty, and peace.