In our own way, each of us is searching for meaning in this life- something to live for. As our people remain under the dominion of "the god of this world" we must embrace this life as the ultimate test, to finally know who we are, and what we can really become. Understand, directly or indirectly, satan is responsible for all of the distractions and obstacles we must overcome, not to mention the corruptions Christians must face each day. Unfortunately, most whites are settling for less than mediocrity, trying to 'make the best' of this corporate 'jew-topia,' seeking freedom where it'll never to be found.
Deep within our Adamic Spirit, we know that the infatuation with things such as sports and entertainment, mind-altering substances, excessive consumption of alcohol, and even the attainment of great monetary wealth can be nothing more than empty substitutes. For nothing of this world can ever bring any lasting peace or significance unless it's used for God. Eternity rapidly approaches with each passing day. In this simple parable of Christ we discover a man who has found what deep down all Israelites are looking for. 'Come out from under this 'matrix' of worldy dominion. How much do you really know about the kingdom of heaven?
44 Again, the kingdom of heaven is like unto treasure hidden in a field; the which when a man hath found, he hideth, and for joy thereof goeth and selleth all that he hath, and buyeth that field.
We all love treasure. We even enjoy stories about the adventures involved in the search and discovery of it. Therefore God in His infinite wisdom used this intruiging subject to spark our interest and to illustrate the kingdom of heaven. We all want this treasure. But there are some things we must understand before we can actually take possession of it.
This treasure isn't just sitting out in the open. It's something hidden which you may or may not personally become aware of. Though our 'outward man' can be lured into misinformation and lies, Yahshua (Jesus) Christ only appeals to the 'inward man' or the Spirit which exists only within those clothed with Adamic (white) flesh. The kingdom of heaven is like buried treasure.
We must become aware of the truth that the kingdom of heaven is a hidden reality even now in our Christian lives. Today most people think even Christianity, must be made more inclusive and entertaining. But the kingdom of heaven is like buried treasure; it is much deeper, it's value exceeds anything and everything to do with this world. If your idea of the kingdom of heaven is anything like what Christ describes here, it cannot be cheap. It is buried treasure and it's value is beyond compare.
Since finding the treasure and actually possessing it are two separate issues, a search must be performed. Please know, it is purposefully hidden and thru personal effort, must be found. If you apply yourself, one day you'll be 'digging' and all of the sudden, your mind will 'hit on' something solid and the treasure will be revealed to you. Maybe it already has.
Think about it, in order for treasure to be hidden in the first place, Someone Else was already involved. The more you study this you'll find: there's no way this treasure was hidden by any mere mortal. For what mere man would hide treasure and leaves it for someone else to find?! Yet God knows exactly where He buried it, and He'll even help you find it. Have you ever searched for the real meaning of the kingdom of heaven? Well, its not something you're going to accidently stumble across. It must be searched out. For it's like treasure hidden in a field; you must find it for yourself.
II CORINTHIANS 4:1-7
1 Therefore seeing we have this ministry, as we have received mercy, we faint not; 2 But have renounced the hidden things of dishonesty, not walking in craftiness, nor handling the word of God deceitfully; but by manifestation of the truth commending ourselves to every man's conscience in the sight of God. 3 But if our gospel be hid, it is hid to them that are lost: 4 In whom the god of this world hath blinded the minds of them which believe not, lest the light of the glorious gospel of Christ, who is the image of God, should shine unto them. 5 For we preach not ourselves, but Christ Jesus the Lord; and ourselves your servants for Jesus' sake. 6 For God, who commanded the light to shine out of darkness, hath shined in our hearts, to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ. 7 But we have this treasure in earthen vessels, that the excellency of the power may be of God, and not of us.
So again, we must become aware of the fact that the kingdom of heaven is a hidden reality now in our Christian lives. But understand, as an Israelite individual, this treasure is buried only within our race:
3 And Moses went up unto God, and the LORD called unto him out of the mountain, saying, Thus shalt thou say to the house of Jacob, and tell the children of Israel; 4 Ye have seen what I did unto the Egyptians, and how I bare you on eagles' wings, and brought you unto myself. 5 Now therefore, if ye will obey my voice indeed, and keep my covenant, then ye shall be a peculiar treasure unto me above all people: for all the earth is mine: 6 And ye shall be unto me a kingdom of priests, and an holy nation. These are the words which thou shalt speak unto the children of Israel.
4 For the LORD hath chosen Jacob unto himself, and Israel for his peculiar treasure.
The Scriptures help our people understand and unlock within us what the kingdom of heaven really is. The kingdom of heaven is like hidden treasure. It is something meaningful and real.
So maybe you've found the treasure. But what a shame it would be to not come to fully appreciate its worth. You must then take the time to investigate it as carefully as possible. The more you inspect it, the more you'll realize how "peculiar" this treasure is- It is what God treasures most! This is extremely important. For what you discover and understand about this treasure will determine what you are willing to go thru and sacrifice to make it your own. Therefore you must investigate it, thoroughly. Yet, you don't have 'forever' to just sit and stare at this treasure. All of your life cannot be spent by merely sitting around, thinking about the treasure. There are other things you must do as a result of this discovery.
But while you have the opportunity, 'open it up' and get as familiar with it as you can. Absorb it's full quality- appreciate it's rarity. Observe every fascet of it's beauty and splendor. Don't end your investigation until you are fully convinced of its worth. Yet please understand, at this point, you do not own the treasure. You must, therefore, bury it's meaning and value as deep as you can- in your heart.
How can a person claim to even a familiarity with this treasure and still be whining and complaining? We all occassionally have a bad day. But those who are always out to stir up trouble or are ready to explain away the Scriptures indicate that the last thing on their mind is their Heavenly Father or their race. Eventually, they may go out from us because they were not of us. Those who have hidden the treasure in their hearts should know to some degree, how things will turn out. Therefore they trust their Heavenly Father. Oh, they understand things are bad but they also know God has promised their race everlasting preservation. Therefore, as the Apostle Paul said, "Death is swallowed up in victory!" What is it that makes them so hopeful? It's the same thing that motivated God Incarnate, Yahshua Christ, to go to the cross for us- it was joy!
Finding, observing, and hiding this treasure should supernaturally produce joy in your heart. That joy prevents us from becoming a part of campaigns of a brother or sister's destruction. For we become so consumed with doing everything we can to buy the field, we have no interest in pursuing our own agenda. Joy is the undeniable indicator that someone has seized upon this opportunity of a lifetime and has found the treasure.
Once you've spent the time finding, investigating, and burying the treasure, then you're attention must turn to buying the field. You may be wondering, "Well, why can't I just buy the treasure?" It doesn't work that way, the treasure is in the field: you cannot have the treasure unless you buy the field. Only those who are willing to do whatever it takes to buy the field, will possess of the treasure. Therefore, rejecting the truth is not optional when it comes to the kingdom of heaven. For the primary purpose of the truth is to express the rule and reign of God, the kingdom of heaven.
The only way to buy the field and possess the treasure is to to get rid of our ideas and change everything to fit His rule which is expressed, in the Scriptures. We cannot bring our 'baggage' into it. The moment you reject the rule of heaven, expressed thru the truth of the Scriptures, that's when you prove you're not buying the field. In fact, you're fooling yourself if you think you can have the treasure without having to buy the field. Some assume, "I don't want to suffer for Christ, I just want the blessings." Then you've been misled, because you cannot have the blessing of the treasure without paying the cost for the field. And if you've been talked into assuming that being a Christian is 'easy street,' then you've been decieved.
1 Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that entereth not by the door into the sheepfold, but climbeth up some other way, the same is a thief and a robber.
Once and for all, we must start listening to the words of Christ. "Oh I just bought the treasure"- really?! No what you bought is something different than what Christ is speaking of here. Listen, in the real world, the second a land owner finds out there's treasure on his land, that land is no longer be for sale! You cannot have the treasure unless you buy the field! There's no crown without a cross. There's no resurrection without suffering and death. That's just the way it is. So the next question is: "How much to buy that field?"
1 Ho, every one that thirsteth, come ye to the waters, and he that hath no money; come ye, buy, and eat; yea, come, buy wine and milk without money and without price.
Understand, God doesn't actually need or want anything we have. But He does want us to have this treasure. If you want the treasure, it will cost you all you have to buy the field. So you can either hang on to what you have and wind up with nothing, or you can give all and buy that field; its your choice. Since it appears today so many others have 'pulled it off,' it must not cost very much to be a Christian. Just get your name on a roll, put your butt in a pew, throw some money in a plate, and you can still go along with and hang on to pretty much anything and everything. God is not talking about those kind of games here.
24 No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one and love the other; or else he will hold to the one and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon.
You cannot have the treasure without buying the field. The biggest problem with this today is, even if people find the treasure, they're not being told they must buy the field. In fact, people are being told they can have the treasure without having to buy the field. How do we know? Because most whites act just like jews want them too. It's all about appearances and money ("look at what I've got, look at me"). In God's economy however, it's not about any of this, it's about giving your all to Him.
That's why our people don't see the need to learn the Scriptures anymore. For what's the use in spending all that time investigating and hiding the treasure, if we are deceived into 'accepting' the treasure without any cost or accountability? Observe the words of Christ very carefully and you will recognize that what judeochristianity is 'selling' is an outright lie. Yet our people are believing a lie if they think they can have the treasure without selling out for God.
II THESSALONIANS 2:10-12
10 And with all deceivableness of unrighteousness in them that perish; because they received not the love of the truth, that they might be saved. 11 And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: 12 That they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness.
Are you willing to settle for what someone else thinks you want to hear? Christ is telling you to buy the field. Everything else is a lie. Though every white person will ultimately be saved, not every white person has bought the field, much less, really seen the treasure. In fact, we've been programmed to despise our own identity and most of what Christ has taught, especially when it comes to living by faith and walking in the Spirit of God. We've been led to assume the treasure, the kingdom of heaven, is nothing more than being able to go to heaven, in order to escape hell. No one wants to burn. Yet the kingdom of heaven is much more than an escape hatch from hell. The kingdom of heaven is how Yahweh God Almighty rules and reigns over all the universe, right now. And if you buy that field, you'll recognize the influence of His kingdom in your life.
The buying of the field is more than just wanting to go to heaven when you die. Buying the field means, once you've hidden the value of the treasure in your heart, you are willing to surrender to the terms of your Heavenly Father. Look at what God told our ancestors again:
5 Now therefore, if ye will obey my voice indeed, and keep my covenant, then ye shall be a peculiar treasure unto me above all people: for all the earth is mine:
Though we've found and hid the treasure, we still have the ways of the world in us, which are diametrically opposed to the kingdom of heaven. Certain adjustments must be made. If we still desire to do 'what we want' and have things 'our way' we will not follow thru. In order to buy the field we must be willing to surrender to our Heavenly God and give Him total control by trusting Him. This is what whites must do in this life or its never going to get any better in any of our once great white nations. In fact, it will continue to worsen until we do.
Actually, the truth of the Scriptures is not automatically familiar to us, because it's from another realm- the kingdom of heaven. Therefore, we can easily accept what's being taught as a replacement for the truth because it originated in this world, concocted in the minds and imaginations of liars. But the Scriptures are from the Mind of Yahweh, from the heavenly kingdom, which will never appeal to our flesh. Christ said, "My words are spirit and they are life." The Scriptures did not originate in this world. They originated in the Mind of God.
That's why the truth is now labeled 'hate speech.' Not because it's lies or even outdated. But because it goes against the kingdom of darkness that is presently ruling over this world. What we find clearly outlined in the Scriptures, transmits to us the rule and reign of God. It expresses things the way they should be and will be once "the kingdoms of this world become the kingdom of our God." For when Christ returns with His heavenly reign, He will reign in truth.
Therefore, your possessing the treasure is actually Him possessing you, His "peculiar treasure." For the "all" you spend to buy that field includes your heart, soul, mind, and strength. He requires it all, for He is the One Who put the treasure there just for us. For Israel means issue ruling with God.
When one buys the field, he experiences the rule and reign of God, the kingdom of heaven. When one buys the field, one loses all of your self. So how do you know you have bought the field? When there's nothing left in this world and your old life you want to go back to. When you have nothing left of yourself. That's when He has full control over your life for His glory. His rule over us must be our desire. It is the only solution to every problem we see around us. That's the treasure, that's the kingdom of heaven, manifested in you. What happens when we trust and obey God? He is ruling our life by His Spirit within us. What does it mean when we don't obey God? We are still living in accordance with our flesh.
The kingdom of heaven is like buried treasure. So what is "the kingdom of heaven"? It is assuming your position as an active, obedient, believing Israelite. First, we become racially aware- we find the treasure. Next we learn of its depth and implications from the Scriptures. Then we hide it in our hearts- the treasure is in you. We must then count the cost. The pivotal moment is what we decide to do from that moment on. Each of us must decide if we will run from it, or run to it. The only way we can respond correctly is to not be ashamed of the Gospel, and seek to obey everything our Father has said. This is the treasure, the rule and reign of Almighty God in us, today. If we do not view having the rule and reign of heaven over our lives as the greatest treasure worth giving up everything else for, then we have bought into something else other than Biblical Christianity.
Do you see the kingdom of heaven as merely your ticket out of hell in the future, rather than an opportunity to have God's rule and reign in your life today? Listen, this treasure is worth more than everything. We must surrender our lives to the control of God. Selling all you have to buy that field is about God gaining control over your life. God doesn't want anything you have; He wants you. Do you want God controlling your life? The more God controls your life the more effective you will be, the more blessed you will be, the more power you will attain; the more suffering and persecution you can endure. The more God controls your life, the more glory you bring to His Name. If you understand what that treasure is worth, then whatever you must give up, doesn't matter.
Are you discovering that walking in truth and living by faith are worth more than anything? Focus on the treasure, focus on buying the field, give God full control. Stop worrying about everything else. For Christ is saying that it's all or nothing. We can't just pick and choose what parts we want and don't want. You either buy the field or you have nothing.
Being a modern 'Christian' has become the cheepest, easiest thing to become in the world today. People 'slip and slide' in and out of it, and could care less about the Scriptures, why? Because they have bought into the lie that they can have the treasure without buying the field. As you've seen, the Scriptures tell us otherwise.
So we're either buying the field, or we're not. Have you discovered the real treasure? Does it consume you? Has what you've discovered totally changed every priority of your life, like it did the man in the parable? Only you can answer these questions.
If what you already have is better to you than what you see in the Scriptures, something is wrong. But if you recognize that what you see in the Scriptures far exceeds everything in this old world, then you'll be willing to give it all- it's that simple.
As an Israelite, whenever you've unconditionally surrendered your life to Christ's rule and reign, then you'll know, you've bought the field. Whenever obeying the Scriptures and trusting God means everything to you, you'll know, you've bought the field- you now possess the treasure for your very own. Your joy, has just begun.