“And it came to pass, when I heard these words, that I sat down and wept, and mourned certain days, and fasted, and prayed before the God of heaven,
And said, I beseech thee, O Lord God of heaven, the great and terrible God, that keepeth covenant and mercy for them that love him and observe his commandments:
Let thine ear now be attentive, and thine eyes open, that thou mayest hear the prayer of thy servant, which I pray before thee now, day and night, for the children of Israel thy servants, and confess the sins of the children of Israel, which we have sinned against thee: both I and my father’s house have sinned.
We have dealt very corruptly against thee, and have not kept the commandments, nor the statutes, nor the judgments, which thou commandedst thy servant Moses.
Remember, I beseech thee, the word that thou commandedst thy servant Moses, saying, If ye transgress, I will scatter you abroad among the nations:
But if ye turn unto me, and keep my commandments, and do them; though there were of you cast out unto the uttermost part of the heaven, yet will I gather them from thence, and will bring them unto the place that I have chosen to set my name there.” – Nehemiah 1:3-9
Anyone with even a small amount of discernment realizes that we are in very desperate times. The Amerikan Empire we live in is in big trouble. Western Civilization is in huge trouble. More importantly, the White Christian is facing perilous times, although in general he does not even realize it. The Church of Jesus Christ in Amerika is sleeping, and has been surrounded by a vast army of spiritual darkness. The remnant is in great affliction and reproach and the walls are broken down.
It appears as if there is no hope. The Jewish controlled media, corporations, banks (including the Federal Reserve), government, and just about everything is about enough to drive one of us to almost the same point as a pre-tribulation rapture advocate, where we just give up.
We have several very intelligent minds working on behalf of our people. We have many valuable people in the Kinist movement who offer a whole lot. Going through many of the old Tribal Theocrat shows, I really came to appreciate almost all of the guests that have been on the show. My family has come to learn quite a bit about the world around us and practical things we can do to strengthen our family in ways we were imbalanced.
I pray that you will allow me to point out some very key imbalances in the Kinist movement. Being Reformed in our doctrine, and as Theonomists, we are very strong in areas of doctrine and practical outward matters. There are, however, many valuable lessons we can learn from our Christian brethren of other creeds. I know that sounds like blasphemy to a few, but I am convinced that there are definite strengths from the teachings of the other side that we severely lack; and these our weaknesses are what is interfering in our goal to crown the Lord Jesus Christ as Lord in the land we live in. I hope to highlight our weaknesses in this short series of articles and give what I believe is the scriptural solution.
I don’t believe my calling of God and strengths he has given me are similar to what many in our movement possess. I won’t be quoting various books, articles, or other types of resources. My reference is the word of God. We are not lacking in argumentative skill or the ability to persuade through a sound argument. Many Kinists do a wonderful job of that and it is valuable and needed. I don’t believe it means anything, unfortunately, without the Spirit of God working in the hearts of his people. The dilemma we are facing is not a head problem, it is a heart problem. The word of God is a sword that pierces through lies and has the power to deliver even guys like John Lofton from the error of their ways.
The problem with the Church today is not primarily correct doctrine. If a great number of people were to become Kinists or even just racially aware, that will not solve much. The problem in the Church today is lack of obedience to God, a lack of fear of God, a lack of holiness, worldliness, a lack of devotion and soberness, and love for one another. Christians in Amerika are not burdened to see God’s name glorified. Christians are not crucifying their flesh, they are not laying down their lives for their brethren. In short, the problem is sin and lukewarmness in the Church.
The book of Judges and much of the Old Testament is filled with doctrine that is based around the text of Deuteronomy 28 (the chapter about blessings and curses). We find that when Israel turned her back on the commandments of God and lived according to the dictates of the flesh, the people were cursed and therefore oppressed. When a Judge rose up, and the people repented, God gave them deliverance. But time after time we see phrases such as,
There is a direct link between obedience to God and whether or not God’s people were oppressed. This is the story of the entire scriptures. We are completely ignoring that the scriptures both teach this in doctrine and teach this via the stories of the Old Testament.
The Church is living in sin and rebellion to God’s ways. We have a bunch of knowledge but our lives do not reflect the practical doctrines of the Bible. We have a huge imbalance; it is good to have right doctrine as far as theology goes. But we have abandoned practical doctrine as far as how to conduct our lives and interact with others. We have abandoned deep, long, passionate prayer in exchange for deep doctrine and theology. We have abandoned raising a godly family with a home full of worship to a life of entertainment and hobbies. Instead of family devotions every night, we have “family movie nights” where we watch the doctrine of devils through Jewish television and movies. We are apathetic to the walls being broken down.
I say this with all seriousness and with all compassion for all of you my brethren. It wasn’t long ago that I had permitted one sin to hang on in the background, and full repentance was never attained. It took some very serious events to awake me from my slumber and to put me in a place where I cried out to God for deliverance. And it is truly amazing the doors that begin to open, and the blessings that follow when a life is fully devoted to total surrender to God.
If you study the above passage from Nehemiah chapter one, a few things are evident.
1) There was a desperate situation
2) One man, fully devoted to God had a deep burden for what he saw
3) Weeping, mourning, fasting, and prayer followed the deep burden
4) The reason for the terrible situation for God’s people was because of sin; a failure to love and obey God with all their hearts
5) The solution was to turn back to God with all their hearts in full obedience
Most Christians probably are not past point number one above, but those of you reading this, I doubt it is so for you. You know that we are toast. If it were not for the numerous examples in God’s word where God rescued his people from impossible situations, we would have no hope. With men it is impossible, but with God nothing is impossible. If we are to see God’s will be done in our land as it is in heaven, if we are going to see God glorified where we live once again, it all begins with a deep burden for what we see.
Nehemiah did not spend his time complaining about the wall, complaining about the people who destroyed the wall, or mocking those who opposed him and his people. He did not spend his time debating and discussing doctrine and delving deep into theology. There will be a time and a place for doctrinal matters but now is NOT that time. It is time to lift up our voices and weep to God, and by his grace, start building the wall. It starts on our knees; a heart in total submission to God, crying out to him.
“O daughter of my people, gird thee with sackcloth, and wallow thyself in ashes: make thee mourning, as for an only son, most bitter lamentation: for the spoiler shall suddenly come upon us.” –
The scriptures are full of examples of how we are to conduct ourselves in times such as these. Desperate prayer is the only solution to what we find ourselves in. The LORD tells us that he will pour water on him that is thirsty and floods upon the dry ground (Isaiah 44:3).
Arise, cry out in the night: in the beginning of the watches pour out thine heart like water before the face of the Lord: lift up thy hands toward him for the life of thy young children, that faint for hunger in the top of every street. – Lamentations 2:18
The implication in these scriptures, along with the entire message of the Bible is that we must be hungry, thirsty, desperate to see God change things. God is telling us to entirely abandon relying on our own strength, our own wisdom, our own understanding, our own abilities. We don’t do good works and God helps us. No, without Jesus we can do nothing. The word “nothing” in the Greek means nothing. God has to drive us to the point where we have no confidence in our flesh at all. He wants to show us his power and glory, just as he did to the Egyptians through Moses, just as he did through Gideon in Judges. He will not share his glory with another (Isaiah 42:8).
“The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much.
Elias was a man subject to like passions as we are, and he prayed earnestly that it might not rain: and it rained not on the earth by the space of three years and six months.
And he prayed again, and the heaven gave rain, and the earth brought forth her fruit.” —James 5:16-18
Consider, brethren, that Elijah was just one man; and as James points out, he was a man of like passions; he was just as we are. He was not any more special than you or I. He was a man who was faithful to God and obeyed him no matter what the cost. God can use such a man. Elijah also prayed earnestly. Now brethren, if we are fully devoted to God, in complete obedience to him in every known area of life, how much more do you think God can and will do for our people if we pray fervently? If we pray to the glory of God? Do we really believe our prayers can be that powerful? If you don’t believe it, then do just one thing please: make it a point to pray no matter how you think or feel. Beg God to give you a burden. Cry out to him to make you a man of prayer and for his name to be glorified.
When God’s people repent, and see the Satanic Jewish agenda for what it is, Kinism is going to happen naturally. But it is not going to happen without a fight on our knees. Not by a long shot. It is time for us to take this step of repentance.
Jesus taught us in many of his parables the importance of persistent, importunate prayer. Ask and keep on asking. Knock and keep on knocking. Luke chapter 11 highlights the desperation of a man who pounded on his friend’s door at midnight in order to obtain bread for his house guest. The Lord Jesus is telling us how we need to pray; and how much more shall God answer such prayers for us, if our heart is to only see him glorified.
How much time do you spend praying for your brethren who are alienists? How much time do you spend praying that God will overthrow the current tyrannical Jewish system we slave under? When was the last time you spent the night awake crying out to God for our people and for the Church? How desperate are you to see God glorified? How much do you want ethno-states that will glorify God? How much and how earnestly do you pray for it?
The passage in 2Chronicles 7:14 may have become cliché thanks to modern Christianity, but it commands repeating and understanding in the times we live in:
“If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.”
Humble ourselves. Pray. Seek God’s face. Turn from our wicked ways. This is the entire foundation for God restoring our people. Debating, intense doctrinal studies, intellectual persuasions and fleshly tactics are not mentioned; this is because without the above things, all of our efforts are vain. These things have their place, but God does not emphasis these as the most important things. The foundation is a holy, devoted life, and obedience to the LORD, with no confidence in the flesh.
“Except the Lord build the house, they labour in vain that build it: except the Lord keep the city, the watchman waketh but in vain.” – Psalm 127:1