2000 Watchman's Teaching Letters

Watchman's Teaching Letter #32 December 2000


This is my thirty-second monthly teaching letter and continues my third year of publication. In the last teaching letter (#31), we began a study of Egypt. First we learned what Egyptian history is not. I demonstrated, with archaeological evidence, how one person’s attempt to shave 1000 years off Egyptian history simply cannot be correct. With the archaeological evidence I presented, we can now be more positive than ever about the general time period for the Exodus. If you don’t have lesson #31, you will need it to bring you up-to-date. As a matter of fact, you will need several of my later letters to really get a handle on this important subject. With this lesson, we are going to try to reconcile Egyptian history with Biblical history. This is not the first attempt to make such a reconciliation, as many a scholar has given it a stab in the past. If you will check out various references, you will find all kinds of suggestions for contemporary time comparisons. Thorough Bible research and study is more than just reading a few verses once in a while. 


In the last letter, we learned how an Egyptian Pharaoh by the alias name of Akhenaten (Amenhotep IV) changed his religion and moved his throne, lock stock and barrel, from Thebes to an area known today as Tell el-Amarna. With a new name, he built a new city for his new religion. But, all did not go well in the new city. For some reason this new city (named Akhet-aton, the Brilliance of the Sun’s Disk”) was suddenly abandoned en masse. When this city was abruptly deserted, they left behind unfinished tombs in which no one was ever buried; half finished statues which were never completed; supplies and food that were never used or eaten. Wonders Of The Past edited by Sir J. A. Hammerton, volume 2, page 1127 says this: In cold weather a charcoal fire would be lit in a pottery brazier sunk in the floor; the actual ashes were found in many of these braziers — evidence of the sudden evacuation of the city.” From the book, The Murder Of Tutankhamen by Bob Brier, Ph.D., pages 98-100, I quote the following excerpts: ... Ordinary citizens abandoned Amarna, moving en masse to Thebes, creating an overnight ghost town ... In 1912 the German expedition to Amarna, led by Ludwig Borchardt, made a dramatic discovery while clearing debris from the house and studio of a master sculptor called Tuthmosis. When they entered a locked storeroom in the sculptor’s house, the excavators found exquisite busts and heads of statues that Tuthmosis had not completed when the exodus from the city began. Among these pieces was the famous bust of Nefertiti. That such a work of art should be left behind can only mean that people did not want to remember the era they had helped create ... In ancient Egypt, too, there was a general denial of ever having been part of Akhenaten’s movement. Even names were changed [before returning to Thebes] to make assimilation possible ... The bust of Nefertiti was left behind because no one wanted it.” It would appear, from all of this, there was evidently such a devastating blow directed toward Amarna that it was imperative for the residents to evacuate the area immediately and suddenly. People simply do not usually change their religion overnight, such as stated here.

Watchman's Teaching Letter #31 November 2000


This is my thirty-first monthly teaching letter and continues my third year of publication. In the last two letters (#29 & #30), we covered the Hurrians and Hittites. We found they were a Mongolian people. We also discovered that the Egyptian pharaohs took women of these peoples into their harems, and later pharaohs were from these bloodlines. We found that not only did the pharaohs mix blood, but also there was much mixing by the Egyptian people themselves. In lesson #30, I diverged from this theme to the topics of Biblical tithing and new research on Two Seedline doctrine. Also, we covered, to some degree, the archaeological find at Ebla.

Because I didn’t want to start the subject of Egypt in the middle of a lesson, I saved the material for the two lessons to be mailed out in December of 2000. Because the subject of Egypt is so long and strung-out time-wise, I am not sure how many lessons will be required to cover it in connection with Esau-Edom. While we are on this subject, there are simply many items we cannot omit. I believe, after we have researched this subject, you will see Egypt in an entirely new light. I believe you will be so enraptured with it, you will want to continue researching it for yourself, for Egyptian history is like no other chronicles in the world.

For the part of Egyptian history we are interested in, and how Egyptian history fits in with Biblical history, I will present some evidence of what Egyptian and Biblical history is not. It is my responsibility, as a watchman on the wall, whenever someone is exhibiting falsehood along any Biblical subject, to expose the false teaching for what it is. Once you have attained the truth of a matter, it will be your responsibility to judge any writer on the topic for what he (or she) is. I doubt very much, if I were to show this writer undeniable, irrefutable positive evidence of his error, that he would change his position, but continue his teachings in spite of the reliable testimony to the contrary. But you must be the judge in the end. We certainly don’t need any more confusion as we already have too much! 


The book to which I refer is: Hebrew Sages of Ancient Egypt (A Revised Discipline In Antiquity), by F. David Fry Jr. The reason I believe this man would not change his position is because he has written several books and made several cassette tape lectures on the subject; and therefore, he would be reluctant to change his posture even in the face of overwhelming credible evidence. It’s just too much humble pie to ask a man to eat. F. David Fry’s position is: Egyptian history is 1000 years younger than historians claim. In chapter 2, pages 5-6, Fry says the following:

THE BIRTH OF EGYPT and Her Exaggerated Antiquity ... For almost two hundred years, historians have calculated that Egypt’s history retreats in time far enough to predate the supposed Hebrew myth of Noah’s flood [2350 B.C.]. Indeed, historians extend this retreat even beyond the biblical creation date [4004 B.C., Ussher]. To rectify this difference, some theologians reason that populations existed before Adam and Eve, while others are forced to disclaim the biblical world-wide flood.

Watchman's Teaching Letter #30 October 2000


This is my thirtieth monthly teaching letter and continues my third year of publication. I was browsing through the channels on television recently, when I came across a so-called Christian Channel” in this area. They had a man on this station advising his listeners how to get their finances in order. It was a call-in type of program. Never did he advise them not to go into debt in the first place. Anyway, one of his desperate Christian listeners asked advice on how she could work her tithe into her budget. It was interesting what this Christian financial adviser was counseling this woman to do. He simply instructed the woman, she could pay her tithe to anyone she chose. This type of advice was totally unbiblical. The first mention of tithe in the Bible is Abraham paying his tithe of war spoils to the Priest of Salem who was no other than Shem. So, from the beginning, the tithe was to be paid to the senior priest of the family race-line. It remained this way until Reuben was disqualified for the job, at which time the sceptre bypassed Simeon and Levi and fell on Judah. The birthright was taken from Reuben and given to Joseph (the first born of Jacob by Rachel). The promise of the priesthood was taken from Reuben and later given to Levi. When the Tribe of Levi became the priest-tribe, the tithe was directed to be paid to them. This continued to be true until the time of John the Baptist. When the Messiah called his disciples, He called everyone from the Tribe of Benjamin except Judas, who was of the Satanic seedline. Later, Yahshua personally replaced Judas with Paul who was a Benjamite. Therefore, all twelve of Yahshua’s apostles were Benjamites. The Benjamites were sent with the Gospel to the Israelite people proclaiming our Redemption. It would be ridiculous to suppose the apostles should not have been supported by the tithe, but where do we find qualified Benjamites today for this purpose? The key word here is the word Gospel.” The term Gospel” has become synonymous with truth.” Obviously, it would be quite impossible today to find Levites and Benjamites to receive our tithes. Therefore, today, the tithe should be paid to proclaimers of the Kingdom. There are three cardinal attributes to the Gospel of the Kingdom which are imperative today: (1) The Identity of Israel, (2) The message of the conspiracy, and (3) The identification of the Jews” as the genetic Satanic enemy of Genesis 3:15. Anything short of this is not the truth.” Therefore, the cardinal advice this so-called financial counselor should have told this woman, was to pay her tithe to the one proclaiming to her the entire truth. Obviously, the financial adviser, in this case, meant some Judeo-Christian church. If the true proclaimers of the Kingdom had only a fraction of the money sent to the Judeo-Christian, so-called preachers on television, this message could take the world by storm. I hope this explanation of biblical tithing has cleared up any questions you may have had on the subject. Not only is one responsible for paying the tithe to the proper source, but any tithe paid to non-truthful sources is like giving aid and comfort to the enemy. I am sure, when the day of judgment comes, many who thought they were paying their tithe, will be given zero credit as they paid it to the wrong fountainhead. In the end, we are the ones responsible for determining the truth, as we are instructed to study to show thyself approved unto Yahweh, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.” This passage of Scripture shifts the responsibility right back to our doorstep.

There is only one way to establish the truth in the Identity message. We have to consider that everything we have ever been told in the past may not be correct. As a matter of fact, most of the things we have been taught in the past are 180 degrees from being right. They are just the opposite from what we were told they were. Therefore, it is immensely important to erase everything from the blackboard of our minds and start all over again from the beginning. This, many are unwilling to do.

Watchman's Teaching Letter #29 September 2000


This is my twenty-ninth monthly teaching letter and continues my third year of publication. With my last teaching letter, we covered more materials concerning the archaeological finds at Mari and Nuzi. These finds have added much in understanding the accounts of the Patriarchs of Genesis. Fifty to seventy-five years ago, many were trying to claim the Bible stories were simply myths handed down from generation to generation; that there were never actual persons such as Abraham, Haran, Nahor, Serug, Peleg, Terah. Since the discoveries of Mari and Nuzi, you don’t hear much about these higher critics” anymore. There probably are a few uninformed, preposterous, harebrained impostors still making such arguments, but Mari and Nuzi have shut the mouths of the majority of the so-called experts.” There was another important archaeological find, discovered in 1974-1976, called Ebla, which we will be investigating shortly; if not in this letter, in the next one. This find also silenced the catcalls of the impudent skeptics. With these discoveries in archaeology, there is no more room for doubt that the Bible is true. We also discussed more information concerning the Canaanites. We brought more archaeological testimony that the Princes’ Wall” did exist during the time of the Egyptian Sinuhe. With what we presented in lesson #28, not only can you know, beyond all doubt, that the Patriarchs existed, but you can understand heretofore ambiguous and problematical passages in Scripture. 


As you may remember, from the last few lessons, I am trying to set the stage for the subject of Esau-Edom. We simply cannot understand the entire story of Esau, unless we understand his previous and surrounding contemporary history. In order to play with a full deck of cards, it will be necessary to put all the players in their places. Sorry to say, there are many making comments about this subject with a very limited knowledge of what was going on. They think, because they read a couple of verses in the Bible, they are some kind of an authority.

Watchman's Teaching Letter #28 August 2000


This is my twenty-eighth monthly teaching letter and continues my third year of publication. With my last teaching letter, I covered more material concerning the Phoenicians. I introduced the subject of the old Princes’ Wall” in Egypt and the Egyptian story of Sinuhe. I continued with the 400 year blackout of the History of Israel in Egypt, and that there is only one known Egyptian written record of Israel ever being in there.

I really need to go back and make some comments concerning lesson #27. Willis Mason West, in his book Early Progress, pages 55-57 makes the statement: Long before 1000 B.C., they (the Phoenicians) had far outrun Egypt and Babylon in trade.” This comment may be misleading. When we consider it was the descendants of Shem who originally occupied the Indus Valley, moved on to Egypt and setup a thriving civilization there. From Egypt, these Shemites moved on to the area known as Phoenicia. West’s statement may be correct in a sense, but more clarification is needed. West also comments about the Phoenicians: Sometimes the boatmen used also a square sail, but only to run before the wind. (It was many hundreds of years before sailors learned to tack.’)” I checked out the art of sailing in my World Book Encyclopedia, and I found that every maneuver in sailing could be managed with a single sail. There is no way anyone could row a boat for hundreds of miles by rowing only with oars. I can see where oars were necessary at particular times, but not for the long sailing runs. Some of the ships in those days were 150 feet long. Not only did the sailors in ancient times use the wind, but they also used the water currents to assist in their progress on the way to their destinations. I am pointing this out because I want you to know I am not 100% in agreement with all of my quoting from various reference materials. At the same time, I try to use the best references I can find. Also the assertion in West’s article implying that the Phoenicians spread civilization that others had created” comes from not understanding who they were. As West speaks of the Phoenicians using cuneiform script” in 1600 B.C. and advancing to a true alphabet by 1100 B.C., he is saying a great deal, but 1100 B.C. is a bit late. Did Moses and the Judges (before 1100 B.C.) write in cuneiform? I don’t think so! Hecataeus interviewed his Canaanite Phoenicians” about 610 B.C. Herodotus was there about 455 B.C. All of these accounts, including John Clark Ridpath’s article on the Phoenicians, are all late. Surely there were at least some Israelites in Tyre still in Herodotus’ time, but would they have understood who they were, over 200 years after the deportations? Aside from these people, the Assyrians had imported about 18 different races (depending on how you count them) into Phoenicia” and neighboring Samaria, some of them surely being from regions near the Persian Gulf.

In the last lesson, I also mentioned the discrepancies in the chronologies of the Bible and history. Adam Rutherford, in his four volume work, Pyramidology, volume 3, page 702 makes the following remark concerning chronology (it is a side note attached to a chart of dates from Adam until the Exodus):

NOTE ON PATRIARCHAL PERIODS. A careful examination of the most ancient manuscripts and versions of Genesis reveals the unreliability of the Massoretic system of chronology, in regard to the earliest times. Archaeological research has also proved that the Massoretic figures (as appearing in the A.V.) are completely untenable prior to the time of Abraham. In this Table, the chronology of the period from Adam to Abraham is based on the Septuagint system, which for the epoch subsequent to the Flood, is confirmed by the Samaritan Hebrew text and in agreement with archaeology.”

Watchman's Teaching Letter #27 July 2000


This is my twenty-seventh monthly teaching letter and continues my third year of publication. It is still my striving goal to make each succeeding letter to transcend, eclipse and outshine the ones preceding it. It is a very rigorous, difficult and demanding goal to try to meet each month, but meet it I will. In the last lesson, we got on the subject of the Phoenicians which is probably one of the lesser understood subjects of Israelite history. This is a subject which we all need to get better acquainted with. I am trying to establish the groundwork for a series on Esau-Edom, and we need to take into account some secular history surrounding him to understand what was going on which affected him in his early days. Really, secular history is very much compatible with Bible history if we understand them both correctly. As we study this history, we may find the circumstances and lifestyles of the people living at that time entirely different from what we ever dreamed. Unless we can come to an understanding of the background stage for our investigation, we will miss much of the story. With these teaching letters, I am trying to bring you the best selected articles of reference I can find. This way you can benefit, in a few minutes of reading, from what it took me many hours of research to find.



There is still more we should consider about the Phoenicians, and I did find a better-than-normal article in a book entitled Early Progress by Willis Mason West. Sometimes articles found in smaller history books are more concise and, therefore, give a better overall view on a subject. Quoting now from page 55-57:

THE PHOENICIANS dwelt on a little strip of broken coast shut off from the interior by the Lebanon Mountains. Long before 1000 B.C. they had far outrun Egypt and Babylonia in trade, so that we think of their country as almost the first land of commerce. The Mediterranean was to them all that the Nile was to the Egyptians. Their many harbors invited them seaward, and the “cedar of Lebanon” offered the best of ship timber. At first, half traders, half pirates, their crews crept from island to island, to barter with the natives or to sweep them off for slaves, as chance might best suggest. Then, more daringly, they sought wealth farther and farther on the sea, until they passed even the Pillars of Hercules, into the open Atlantic, and we see them exchanging the precious tin of Britain, the yellow amber of the Baltic, and the slaves and ivory of West Africa, for the spices, gold, scented wood, and precious stones of India. The ship that Neco sent to circumnavigate Africa was manned by Phoenician sailors; and the chief Phoenician cities, Tyre and Sidon, were among the most splendid and wealthy in the world. The Hebrew prophet Ezekiel exclaimed:

Watchman's Teaching Letter #26 June 2000


This is my twenty-sixth monthly teaching letter, and as I said last month, it is my striving goal to make each succeeding letter to transcend, eclipse and outshine the ones preceding it. It is a very rigorous, difficult and demanding goal to try to meet each month. As you will notice, with lessons #25 and #26, I have chosen to use a new format. In order to go to this new format with a smaller font size, it was necessary for me to do quite a bit of experimenting to find a font that was easy to read under these new circumstances. By using this new format, I can now send two letters in one mailing for 33 cents. I will be sending just as many teaching letters as in the past except I will be sending them bimonthly (that is every second month). By this new procedure, I will be able to cut my expenses almost in half while still bringing the same amount of information. I had more problems preparing lesson #25 than any lesson I have labored with yet. I probably rewrote it at least six times before I was satisfied.

Before I get started with lesson #26, I would like to clear up some issues in my past lessons. With all the research that goes into preparing these lessons, it is inevitable that somewhere along the line one will run into new information which will conflict with what was introduced before. In the Watchman’s Teaching Letter #11, dated 3-99, page 4, I used the reference book Insight On The Scriptures, volume 2, pages 988-991 to prove that Hiram the artificer of Tyre was a half-breed. I have evidence now that this Hiram was a full blooded Israelite. I will be discussing this further in this letter.

In the Watchman’s Teaching Letter #20, dated 12-99, page 4, I showed evidence that the Jews” killed Zechariah, the son of Jehoiada (II Chronicles 24:20-21) to fulfill Matthew 23:35. This was not totally in error, for the Jews” killed two people by the name of Zechariah, this one and Zechariah, the father of John the Baptist. I will have to write more about this in future lessons. In the Watchman’s Teaching Letter #23, dated 3-00, page 3, I stated that Esau had only three wives. Later I found that Esau had a fourth wife but had only daughters by her, and, thus, she was not counted in the genealogy, (Jasher 30:21-22).

Watchman's Teaching Letter #25 May 2000


This is my twenty-fifth monthly teaching letter and begins my third year of publication. It is my striving goal to make each succeeding letter to transcend, eclipse and outshine the ones preceding it. It is a very rigorous, difficult and demanding goal to try to meet each month. I established in the last lesson that Canaan, the son of Ham, was born of incest and pointed to a couple of scriptures to prove the point. It was a case of Ham looking upon his father’s nakedness which turns out to be his mother’s nakedness. It was hard to find anything of value in the various commentaries on the subject, as the writers seem to want to dance a jig around the topic trying to suppose it means a stepmother or a concubine, and in some instances this is what is intended. They also try to insinuate that these prohibitions were for the prevention of disease, and in some cases this might also be the purpose. In other cases they will just generalize that it was an immorality of some kind, or just skip over the verse as if it weren’t there.

I only found one comment from The Wycliffe Bible Commentary, page 99, which was worth quoting and I will repeat it here: 

The nakedness of thy father. These laws were addressed to men. Hence this verse contains a prohibition not against incest between father and daughter, but against incest between son and mother only. The shame brought upon the mother was brought also upon the father. As they were of one flesh (Gen. 2:24), any act committed against the mother could be considered to have been likewise committed against the father.” 

There still may be some of you who are not convinced that Ham had incest with his mother. For those of you who are not convinced one way or the other, I will quote every passage in Scripture referring to such an incident between son and mother. You may be surprised at how much is said in Scripture along this line:

Watchman's Teaching Letter #24 April 2000


This ministry is growing like a skyrocket and I am going to have to make some changes. Therefore, this will be the last Watchman’s Teaching Letter with this format. Due to necessity, I need to cut expenses. To give you a brief financial report: about 3% of you are supporting the larger part of this ministry, with about another 3% carrying their own weight. At present, I have about 325 names on my list. The way it is growing, there could be close to 500 by the end of this year. (If there are any of you who are discarding my letters without reading them for some reason or other, please notify me so I may take you off of my mailing list, and thereby, I may be able replace you with someone else!) I have been testing out different fonts and formats, and find that I can get all the present contents of my letters on two pages (front and back). By doing this, I will be able to send you two teaching letters in one mailing for 33¢. After this issue, you will receive my mailings every second month. This will allow me to cut my expenses by 50%, and you will still receive the same amount of teaching materials as usual. This is the twenty-fourth monthly teaching letter which I have produced since I started publishing them May, 1998. Each year at the end of April, I bind the last 12 issues into a yearbook. This next yearbook will contain twelve issues from May 1, 1999 to April 1, 2000. This will be my second completed yearbook of my monthly teaching letters. These teaching letters are written in such a manner as they won’t go out of date; they will be just as relevant and pertinent any time in the future as they are at present. You will be able to purchase these back yearbooks at any time from me. You may well ask: What is the purpose for my publishing these teaching letters anyway? The answer to this question is: I am duty bound by Yahweh’s Law to witness to the truth to the best of my ability as I understand it. In other words, if I know a crime has been committed, is in the process of being committed or there is a danger of a crime about to be committed, if I do not witness to what I know, I become as guilty as the person/s committing the crime. In this case, we are not talking about a single individual crime, we are talking about tens of thousands of crimes. Everyone who understands the Jewish” conspiracy has this same obligation. I go a step farther; I prove from the scriptures just who the enemy is and what his primary motive is. Some spiritually project this enemy a thousand years into the future, but I maintain he is with us today! The news of these crimes has been withheld from the public by the usual news media and history writers of the past. The law concerning the witness of a crime is found in Leviticus 5:1 which reads: 

And if a soul sin, and hear the voice of swearing, and is a witness, whether he hath seen or known of it; if he do not utter it, then he shall bear his iniquity.”


If we do not comply with this command, it becomes a very serious violation of Yahweh’s Law on our part. I, for one, do not want to found equally guilty for another person’s crime. A second Scripture which commands us to expose the truth is found in Ephesians 5:11, which says:


And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them.

Watchman's Teaching Letter #23 March 2000


This is the twenty-third monthly teaching letter since I started to publish them in May of 1998. In the last lesson, I presented some facts on the deadly doctrine of universalism. I am planning to bring you more on this subject in future lessons. Before I finished the last lesson, I ended up getting on the subject of Esau-Edom. With this lesson, I am going to go more in depth into the subject of Esau and his progeny. I am not sure how long this will take, but I will continue until the topic is pretty well covered. Most people in Israel Identity seem to understand Edom better than they do Cain, but there is much more to understand about Esau than has been presented in the past. Before I get into this subject in detail, I will present some facts” that are simply not true. There is nothing like getting some dead wood out of the way at the start. For those who believe the scriptures are without scribal errors, I will be showing you such an error of monumental proportions. These kinds of errors can be found in both the Old and New Testaments. Once we deal with the translation errors, then we must contend with the idioms. Unless we make an effort to understand the idioms, we will miss most of the message of Scripture. Scripture simply cannot be taken literally when idioms are involved. Every serious Bible student needs to get the small booklet Idioms Of The Bible Explained by George M. Lamsa published by Harper-Collins.



As I promised you in my last teaching letter #22, I am going to clear up and document the problem with Deuteronomy 23:7. As I told you before, there are approximately 27,000 translation errors in our present Bibles. Some various translations by various translators have attempted to clean up many of these discrepancies, but the errors are very numerous and overwhelming. The translation of Deuteronomy 23:7 is one them. I will start by quoting this passage:


Thou shalt not abhor an Edomite; for he is thy brother: thou shalt not abhor an Egyptian; because thou wast a stranger in his land.”


From this verse it would appear that we should welcome all Edomites into our congregations with open arms and with no questions asked, and that we are somehow guilty of some dire contemptible sin for even thinking an evil thought against them. I ask you: Is this not the impression which seized upon you when you read this passage for the first time? Remember the guilty, dirty, condemning feeling which came over you for even giving the Edomites the slightest hint of disparaging thought, that somehow Yahweh might suddenly kill you in your very tracks for even blinking your eye? If this has been your reaction when reading this passage in the past, forget it, for that is not what this verse is saying — not even remotely. I happened on this verse many years ago when I listened to a presentation by an Identity speaker making reference to the Edomites and using this verse as one of his points. At the time, I decided to look into the Hebrew meaning of the word for myself. I found the Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance Of The Bible assigned the term Edomite” the Hebrew word #130 which says:

Watchman's Teaching Letter #22 February 2000


This is the twenty-second teaching letter since I started to publish them in May of 1998. The first twenty-one letters were on the subject Just Who Is This Patriarch, Judah?” The reason I continued that series so long is because there is more confusion on the subject of Judah than almost any other particular subject in Scripture. John Wilson and Edward Hine, the founders of Israel Identity, were not able to distinguish the difference between a member of the Tribe of Judah and a Jew.” That same confusion has continued down to this very day. If you are one of those who are still bewildered on this question, you really need to contact me and request teaching letters #1 through #21. Once you study these comprehensive presentations, you will never again have any problem knowing who the true Judahites are. 


With this lesson, we are going to explore the unscriptural doctrine of universalism. We are going to start by examining a passage of Scripture which many point out as authenticating such a tenet. This passage is found in Isaiah 56:4-8: 

4 For thus saith Yahweh unto the eunuchs that keep my sabbbaths, and choose the things that please me, and take hold of my covenant; 5 Even unto them will I give in mine house and within my walls a place and a name better than of sons and of daughters: I will give them an everlasting name, that shall not be cut off. 6 Also the sons of the stranger, that join themselves to Yahweh, to serve him, and to love the name of Yahweh, to be his servants, every one that keepeth the sabbath from polluting it, and taketh hold of my covenant; 7 Even them will I bring to my holy mountain, and make them joyful in my house of prayer: their burnt offerings and their sacrifices shall be accepted upon mine altar; for mine house shall be called a house of prayer for all people. 8 Yahweh simgular-Elohim which gathereth the outcast of Israel saith, Yet will I gather others to him, beside those that are gathered unto him.”

Watchman's Teaching Letter #21 January 2000


This is the twenty-first in a series of teaching letters. I would like to impress upon you again just how important this message of Israel Identity and understanding who the enemy of Israel is. We not only have to understand who the enemy is, but his motives and modus operandi (manner of operating or proceeding). While many have discovered the message of Israel Identity (which is great), yet, out of these, are some who have never come to a full understanding of who this all important enemy of Israel is. There are some leaders in Israel Identity who go to long and loud efforts to proclaim there is no enemy, that the only enemy is the flesh. I would like to point out one example which illustrates what is meant by my warning statement. The enemy (the “Jews”) are trying their damnedest to destroy Israel by getting them to intermix with other races. On page 37 of her book The Red Network, Elizabeth Dilling makes the following comment and you will realize upon reading it, that we have come a long way since the mid 1930’s:

“ The time was, when Methodism in its zeal for personal purity frowned upon dancing. Some Methodists nowadays (mid 1930’s) who are little opposed to dancing even in a church were a bit surprised, however, when several colored men were introduced into circle dances at a dance given in the parish house of Tittle’s church and were thus forced upon the young white girls as partners. An M. E. Guide member whose daughter attended this dance reported that when she phoned the assistant pastor about this he said that these colored men had been invited by Dr. Tittle himself (one of them (the colored men) being the son of a classmate of his at college), who felt that it was now time that the young people learned to mingle with other races. (God created separate races, but Communism insists upon racial inter-mixture and inter-marriage.) ”


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