If one will take the book of Jeremiah, it can be seen very clearly that he was not only talking about and to the House of Israel and Judah, but he was also talking to the United States of America, and the other White Christian Nations of the west.
The reason for this is very clear to those of us who understand who we really are. The descendants of the Ancient Israelites, The White Race, known to the world today as the Anglo-Saxon, Germanic, Scandinavian, Celtic and kindred people. This information the Jews have been trying for centuries to prevent our people from this wonderful truth.
But they have failed, for Yahweh has seen to it that a remnant has come to the front in a never ending effort to tell our people who they are. And it is with the blessings of Yahweh because that knowledge it spreading. Of course there will always the majority of the people who will not learn the truth, for the masses have never desired to know the truth; they are satisfied with what they have,
1). Plenty to eat;
2). A neighbors wife to screw;
3). A beer or liquor to drink;
4). A football, or nigger ball game on the television set;
5). A comfortable life.
And they don’t want anyone, ANYONE to rock or shake the boat, and will fight to the death for the Jews to be able to further deceive them because it feels good.
Its kind of like going to a nigger church, which some of our people love to do; the niggers get up there and jump around like a bunch of porch monkeys, play buga buga music with a beat that makes them feel good, and then they get up and run around the church, throwing their hands in the air shouting some sort of nonsense and call it being in the spirit. And our people eat that garbage up like it was good, never realizing that it is nothing but horse dung being thrown out at them.
Yahweh, through many Identity Preachers, to:
“Turn, O backsliding children, saith the Lord; for I am married unto you: and I will take yo one of a cit, and two of a family, and I will bring you to Zion.”
When Israel returns the Lord promises that He will give them pastors who will instruct them with knowledge and skill. They are informed that the Ark of the Covenant shall not be remembered nor will they grieve about it for the Throne of the Lord will be at Jerusalem (The United States of America). In that day all nations will acknowledge the Lord and there shall be no more perversion or suffering.
Israel and Judah are to walk together at that time for both will be of the same spirit. God even declares Israel will then possess a pleasant land and splendid armies (can anyone deny that this is the United States of America, if they do then they remain blind to the truth). Addressing Israel the Lord proclaims:
“Thou shalt call me, My Father, and shalt not turn away from me.” (Jeremiah 3:19)
This prophecy is being fulfilled today in the Anglo-Saxon, Germanic, Celtic peoples who possess a pleasant land and splendid armies and as Christians call God their Father. Anticipating the coming of this day, God through Jeremiah calls to Israel:
“Return, ye backsliding children, and I will heal your backslidings (or restore us from our wanderings).” (Jeremiah 3:22)
Israel’s (America’s) Response
Following God’s call to His people Jeremiah prophetically records the response to that call:
“Return, ye backsliding children, and I will heal your backslidings. Behold, we come unto thee; for thou art the LORD our God. Truly in vain is salvation hoped for from the hills, and from the multitude of mountains: truly in the LORD our God is the salvation of Israel. For shame hath devoured the labour of our fathers from our youth; their flocks and their herds, their sons and their daughters. We lie down in our shame, and our confusion covereth us: for we have sinned against the LORD our God, we and our fathers, from our youth even unto this day, and have not obeyed the voice of the LORD our God.” (Jeremiah 3:22-25)
God Answers the People
“If thou wilt return, O Israel, saith the Lord, return unto me: and if thou wilt put away thine abominations out of my sight, then shalt thou not remove. And thou shalt swear, The Lord liveth, in truth, in judgment and in righteousness; and the nations shall bless themselves in him, and in him shall they glory.” (Jeremiah 4:1-2)
When His people heed this call and turn to God there will be fulfilled in its completeness the promise made to Abraham, “In thee shall all families of the earth be blessed.”
God’s Controversy With Judah (America)
After Jeremiah had delivered a message to the House of Israel calling upon them to return to the Lord, prophetically declaring the day of that return, the prophet turned his attention to Judah and Jerusalem. Addressing them as he continued his message in the fourth chapter of his book, he summoned the inhabitants of the city to circumcise their hearts lest God’s fury be poured out upon them for their evil doings.
This is one of three passages in the Old Testament referring to spiritual, or Christian, circumcision. The first reference is in Deuteronomy 10:16 wherein Moses, after declaring God’s requirements that Israel fear Him, love Him, serve Him, and keep His commandments, called upon the people to circumcise their hearts and become spiritually in tune with Him.
The second mention of this type of circumcision is in Deuteronomy 30:6 when Moses prophetically declares the day will come when God will circumcise their hearts and the hearts of their seed, to love the Lord their God with all their hearts and with all their souls that they may live. Though this same type of call is issued to the inhabitants of Jerusalem by Jeremiah, the prophet anticipates their refusal and foretells war for Judah:
“Declare ye in Judah, and publish in Jerusalem; and say, Blow ye the trumpet in the land...I will bring evil from the north and a great destruction (read and study Ezekiel 38 and 39 and you will see that this is foretelling the attack by Russia and China).” (Jeremiah 4:5)
Babylon did not lie toward the north but was east of Judea. No army, however, could keep itself in supplies in a march directly eastward through the desert of Arabia. The Babylonians would, according to custom convenience, cross the Euphrates and enter Judea from the north through Syria and Damascus. Jeremiah, knowing this, referred to Babylon in the following terms:
“The lion is come up from his thicket, and the destroyer of the Gentiles is on his way; he is gone forth from his place to make thy land desolate; and thy cities shall be laid waste without inhabitant.” (Jeremiah 4:7)
Reason for Coming Captivity
Thus the captivity of Judah is foretold when all the inhabitants would be carried away to Babylon. The reason given is:
“...because she hath been rebellious against me, saith the LORD. Thy way and thy doings have procured these things unto thee; this is thy wickedness, because it is bitter, because it reacheth unto thine heart.” (Jeremiah 4:17-18)
Previously Jeremiah had pointed out that in the day Judah went into captivity courage would perish from the hearts of the rulers and this led him to exclaim:
“Ah Lord God! surely thou hast greatly deceived this people and Jerusalem saying, Ye shall have peace; whereas the sword reacheth unto the soul.” (Jeremiah 4:10)
The expression “greatly deceived” is the translation of an Hebrew idiom declaring that they would be deceived. While God had promised peace to a penitent people who would forsake their idolatry and return to the Lord, the people of Judea appropriated the promise without complying with the conditions and, in listening to the false prophets who prophesied peace, they were deceived.
The fact that the sins of Judah were of the heart, deliberate and planned, indicated they had reached a condition wherein they had no desire to repent. They wished only to escape punishment for their evil doings. Jeremiah recognized this and lamented over the prospects of the trouble that he knew was inevitable. He exclaims:
“I am pained at my very heart...I cannot hold my peace, because thou hast heard, O my soul, the sound of the trumpet the alarm of war.” (Jeremiah 4:19)
The Land to be Desolate
Visualizing the coming calamities which were to afflict his native land, Jeremiah speaks of destruction upon destruction, with the whole land spoiled, and then declares of his people:
“They have none understanding: they are wise to do evil, but to do good they have no knowledge.” (Jeremiah 4:22)
Because of the severity of the coming disaster, which would empty the land of its inhabitants, the prophet is reminded of a former great catastrophe, when the earth became void and without form, which he uses as an illustration of the completeness of the destruction about to overtake his native land.
Past, present and future are within the vision of the prophetic eye and thus Jeremiah is inspired to recount the conditions which were extant in the world after the great destroying judgment which left the earth in the condition described in the second verse of the first chapter of Genesis, the cause of which he declares was the sins of a pre-Adamic race:
Why The Earth Was Without Form and Void
In Genesis 1:1
“I beheld the earth, and, lo, it was without form, and void; and the heavens, and they had no light. I beheld the mountains, and, lo, they trembled, and all the hills moved lightly. I beheld, and, lo, there was no man, and all the birds of the heaven were fled. I beheld, and, lo, the fruitful place was a wilderness, and all the cities thereof were broken down at the presence of the Lord, and by his fierce anger.” (Jeremiah 4:23-26)
This overwhelming destruction upon a pre-Adamic age was used by Jeremiah in an attempt to drive home to the people of Judah and Jerusalem the overwhelming nature of the disaster about to engulf them. Addressing the people, the prophet informed them that their land was to become desolate and the whole city would flee before the invading armies, with the people trying to hide in the thickets and among the rocks.
Jeremiah addressed Judah as though he were talking to an eastern harlot who had decked herself in fine clothes, thinking to curry the continuing favor of her lovers by her fairness. Actually, Jeremiah pointed out, they will become her spoilers. Because of the inevitability of coming disaster. Judah’s anguish is to be like that of the inescapable trouble of a woman in travail.
An Extraordinary Bargain
God challenges Jeremiah to see if he can find an honest man in Jerusalem; one who executes judgment and seeks truth. If so, he will pardon the city.
“Run ye to and fro through the streets of Jerusalem (America), and see now, and know, and seek in the broad places thereof, if ye can find a man, if there be any that executeth judgment, that seeketh the truth; and I will pardon it.” (Jeremiah 5:1)
A similar issue was raised when Abraham requested the Lord to spare Sodom and Gomorrah from destruction. He limited the final count to ten righteous men who, if found in the cities, would save them from destruction. God is willing to pardon Jerusalem if Jeremiah can find but one righteous man in the city. Failing to do so, the city would be adjudged completely unrighteous.
The result of Jeremiah’s search revealed that the poor retained only a form of religion but had forsaken the Lord (this is oh so true in the United States today; but there are enough real Christians, followers of Yahweh to hold off the enemy for awhile as it did in Jeremiah’s day. But judgment will come, and 2/3rds of our people will be destroyed, as is revealed in Ezekiel 38 and 39), while the rich had become avowed infidels and libertines. The failure to produce one man in the entire city who was righteous brought confirmation of the judgment upon Judea, Jerusalem, its rulers and the people, for God declared it impossible to pardon such offenses as were being committed.
Punishment being no longer delayed the prophet was commanded to remove Judah’s defenses as God declared that both the House of Israel and Judah were under condemnation, neither having been true to Him.
The leaders and the people were saying God is nothing (the speech of the atheist and the Jew), nor would they believe the predicted troubles of sword and famine would ever overtake them. The false prophets and preachers came under condemnation for they were not guided by the Spirit of the Lord but preached messages out of their own hearts to gain popular favor, which Jeremiah labeled falsehoods. And so the prophet declared:
“Because ye have abandoned Him and served foreign gods in you own country; therefore you shall serve tyrants in a country not your own.” (Jerusalem 5:19, Ferrar Fenton Translation)
This judgment was to be communicated to the House of Israel and reported throughout all Judea, for the people are declared to be foolish and without understanding hearts or else they would have turned to God, the one who had given them their past prosperity and blessed their harvests. THE PROPHET PROCEEDED TO POINT OUT THAT WICKED AND TREACHEROUS MEN, LEADERS IN THE NATION, HAD ENRICHED THEMSELVES AT THE EXPENSE OF THEIR FELLOW MEN, THEY WERE FAT AND RICH AND DEALT IN FALSE EVIDENCE, REGARDING NEITHER THE RIGHTS OF THE WIDOW NOR THE ORPHAN (This is a perfect description of America today). God declared that if the heathen did such things He would avenge the wrongs and then asks, should He not punish His people for these evils?
Religious Leaders Condemned
Turning his attention to the ecclesiastical leaders, Jeremiah denounced them for preaching lies and practicing deceit. The situation was further complicated by the fact that the people loved to have it so. The prophet declared THERE IS NOTHING MORE DEMORALIZING, FOR THE EXISTING CONDITIONS BLINDED THE PEOPLE TO SPIRITUAL VALUES AND WERE THE DIRECT CAUSE OF THEIR REBELLION AGAINST GOD. (We can see that this is exactly what the Judeo-Christian clergy is doing today to our people, and have been doing it for many years. For they are subservient to the Jews and they serve them well, and receive vast wealth because of their deception, and our blinded people send them vast sums of money thinking they are giving it to God)
It would be impossible to draw a picture of more widespread national depravity than the prophet has given of conditions in Judea. Every class was affected. A general spiritual apostasy was everywhere and the prophets, the spiritual leaders of the day, were proclaiming false doctrines in the name of the Lord while the priests, whose duty it was to guide the devotions of the people, were using their office for selfish purposes and to secure power and wealth (Here again we can see a perfect description of America).
The Pattern is the Same
THE APOSTASY OF JEREMIAH’S TIME IS REFLECTED IN OUR OWN GENERATION IN THE UNBELIEF WHICH PERMEATES THE JUDEO-CHRISTIAN CHURCH TODAY. Many of our ecclesiastical leaders question the inspiration of Scripture. JEREMIAH’S DENUNCIATION OF THE PROPHETS OF HIS DAY FOR PREACHING FALSEHOODS COULD AS READILY BE SPOKEN OF THE JUDEO-CHRISTIAN PREACHERS OF TODAY WHO FOLLOW THE MODERNIST’S DOCTRINES OF DISBELIEF AND THE FUNDAMENTALIST’S PRACTICE OF SPIRITUALIZING AWAY THE LITERAL MEANING OF THE WORDS OF GOD RECORDED IN THE BIBLE SO THAT THE CLEAR, DEFINITE MEANING ORIGINALLY INTENDED BY THE WORDS USED IS NO LONGER CONVEYED. Both schools of thought are as much in error as were the equivalent two groups in our Lord’s day; the Sadducees, the Modernists of that era, and the Pharisees, the Fundamentalists of that time.
The Pattern is continually being repeated for the same causes which brought condemnation upon Judah and Jerusalem of Jeremiah’s time, and later upon the Pharisees and Sadducees by John the Baptist and our Lord at the beginning of the Christian era, are also in evidence in this twentieth century. Jeremiah lamented that “the people love to have it so.” So today, preachers are more sensitive to the popular acclaim of their congregations and the Jews than to their duty as servants of Yahweh.
Jeremiah was not addressing the people of his time alone but prophetically he set forth the inevitability of judgment whenever apostasy rears its head. In condemning Judah of his day, Jeremiah also condemned Judah of our Lord’s time, and our own time, for he was looking toward the future and saw spoiler after spoiler wasting and desolation Palestine until at length, in the fullness of time, the whole country would become desolate.
The first general ruin was brought by the armies of Babylon; the final one by the armies of the Romans. Jeremiah’s condemnation is therefore much greater in scope than would confine it to his generation alone. It did condemn that generation but there was also the prophetic condemnation applicable to later generations which would become as corrupt and ungodly.
It is because the messages of the prophets were addressed to more than their own generations, as the seers looked down the stream of time to the end of the days, that their writing to all Israelites everywhere of the results of Unrighteousness. This is not to be taken as proof that their statements have no chronological timing. To do so is to entirely overlook the significance of Jeremiah’s purpose when he paused in the midst of denouncing Judah for her sins to issue a warning to Benjamin.
That tribe was informed of a time to come when a repetition of the evils of the prophet’s day would again be in evidence in Judea. When that day came Benjamin was to give heed to the admonishment to flee Jerusalem and Judea.
The Warning to Benjamin
The fact that Jeremiah’s warning to Benjamin was to be heeded by that tribe at a specified time centuries later, furnishes clear evidence of the reliability of the prophetic word.
It was in our Lord’s day that this tribe, known then as Galileans, became the first Christians when they accepted the Messiahship of Christ. These Benjamite Galileans heeded the warning and fled Judea just before the destruction of Jerusalem by the Roman armies under Titus in 70 A.D. Jeremiah’s message of warning was as follows:
“O ye children of Benjamin, gather yourselves to flee out of the midst of Jerusalem, and blow the trumpet in Tekoa, and set a sign of fire in Beth-haccerem: for evil appeareth out of the north, and great destruction.” (Jeremiah 6:1)
The full significance of this warning becomes apparent when it is realized that Jeremiah turned from the immediate task of condemning the rulers and people of Judea to give Benjamin the sign which, if obeyed, would preserve them to carry out their task as “light bearers.” Christ admonished His disciples to flee when they should see armies encompass the city of Jerusalem. (Luke 21:20-22)
He did not refer to Jeremiah’s admonition; instead, he was calling His disciples’ attention to Daniel’s prophecy. (Matthew 24:15) If he had cited Jeremiah, the identification of Benjamin and their mission as “light bearers” would have been made known, involving all that this would imply concerning the identification of Israel, long before god intended it should be recognized by either the House of Israel or the Christian world. The knowledge of Israel’s identity was not to become generally known until the time of the end.
Tekoa and Beth-haccerem
What is the significance of these two places to which Jeremiah refers? Tekoa, where the trumpet was to be blown, stood on a projecting shoulder of the mountain range about halfway between Jerusalem and Hebron, and the view from it commanded nearly the whole of Judah, with a large section of the Jordan valley.
While the site of Beth-haccerem has not been identified with certainty, it is presumed to be the lofty conical hill a short distance from Bethlehem. It is the most conspicuous feature in the whole region. Signal fires lighted at these two sites would arouse all Judah and this all Galileans in this territory would be warned as the Christians observed the signal and fled the disaster which swept over Judea.
The prophet speaks of the uselessness of trying to arouse the people for he says they have no spirituality and will not listen to the word of the Lord. The indifference of Jeremiah’s day to the things of God is repeated in every generation which turns from god and his word and apostatizes.
THERE IS IN ALL THIS A STRIKING PARALLEL BETWEEN THE DAYS OF JEREMIAH AND MODERN TIMES. EVEN THE CRY FOR PEACE, WHEN THERE IS NO PEACE, SO CONDEMNED BY THE PROPHET, IS DEFINITELY IN EVIDENCE IN PRESENT DAY PEACE MOVES, FOR THERE CAN BE NO LASTING PEACE APART FROM THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE RIGHTEOUSNESS OF THE LAWS OF GOD.
This was made clear when God called Judah to turn to the old paths and walk in the good way that they might find true peace and rest for their souls. But Judah refused to do this and so they were to reap the fruit of their evil doings for failure to hearken to His word, and because they had rejected His laws.