…With all our human inadequacies, we have fulfilled this prophecy. We have brought to the other races the first health care they have ever had, and have stopped the plagues that before their countries have taken shelter; We have ended their murderous tribal wars and brought them peace as long as we have had the commanding authority over their lands; We brought them the only state education system they ever had; We taught them improved farming methods, and when they still were unable to feed themselves, we very often sent them food that saved millions from starvation…
The Ensign Message
Special edition No. 1 in German language
Edition Oct. – Dec. 2007
THE MIRACLE OF THE ORIGIN OF OUR [WHITE] RACE
Bertrand L. Comparet
[*inserts by germanvictims.com]
Those who deeply refuse to believe in our doctrine of the Israeli identity [* of the white race – “Israel” is a Germanic word], growle at us angrily, “Ah, what is so special about the White Race?”
They like to close their eyes to the fact that the entire civilization that exists today on Earth is the product of this [white] race: What the dark-skinned breeds have learned, that was taught by us. But I would like to accept this challenge and show that our race is very special, apart from our abilities and achievements: that the real origin of God’s true Israel, Anglo-Saxon, Scandinavian, Germanic and other related peoples is a miracle from God’s hand.
You’ll remember that God communicated His promises of a wonderful future to Abraham first [*the Jews are Edomite’s and so are not Abraham’s children], saying to him, “I will make your seed like the dust of the earth.” If a man can count the dust on earth, he will also count your offspring. “(Genesis 13: 6) “I have my covenant with thee, and thou shalt be a father of many peoples.” (1 Chronicles 17: 4) “I will establish my covenant between myself and you and your descendants from generation to generation so that it is an everlasting covenant “(Genesis 1-7: 7), saying that these nations would be a blessing for the whole earth.
Abraham had eight sons; But God said to him that only his son Isaac would be the heir to the promised line, which was destined by God to become His people. He said, “according to Isaac thy family shall be called” (Genesis 21:12), and “I will establish my covenant with Isaac.” (First book of Moses 17:21). Isaac, our patriarch, was chosen not only by God, but by His own existence was a miracle. For the birth of all other children, two sides are necessary, a father and a mother; but the birth of Isaac required three parties: his father Abraham, his mother Sarah and GOD.
A year before the birth of Isaac, God gave him his name in the book of Moses 17:21. When God spoke of a child that Sarah would bear, Abraham and Sarah laughed at it because it was obviously impossible, for Sarah was 90 years old at that time and too weak for her age and 45 years beyond the childbirth years, and, furthermore, she had been barren her whole life — and Abraham was 99 years old. But God did the miracle He had promised, and a year later, at the age of 91, Sarah gave birth to her first and only child, Isaac.
This was only the first of many miracles. Like his descendant, Jesus Christ, Isaac received his name before his birth from God himself. Jesus Christ made the resurrection from the dead to reality; But Isaac was chosen to serve as a symbolic prophecy for the return of the loved ones from the dead. Of course, all Abraham’s hopes were now concentrated on this miracle son, who would fulfill all the great promises of God; Then came the astounding commandment of God, “Take Isaac thy only son, whom thou lovest, and go into the land of Moriah, and offer him there for a burnt offering.” [*This can only be a false input because it does not come from the Norse people!] Did this mean that God wanted to take back everything He had promised?
No, Abraham knew better: in spite of the terrible mourning of a father, who was to witness the death of his beloved son, was even to cause it to happen, he obeyed God faithfully. He took his son Isaac and went to Mount Moria, prepared the wood fire for the burnt offering, but never doubted that God would keep His promise: either God would act beforehand, or he would give him his son from the dead. Abraham said to Isaac, “My son, God will choose a sheep for a burnt offering.” He knew and trusted in the assertion that Jesus Christ was “the slaughtered Lamb from the beginning of the world,” (Revelation of John 13: 8) who took all our guilt and repentance upon himself, and gave us the people we loved back from the dead.
As always, God kept His Word. In the first book of Moses, chapter 22, it is portrayed how God delivered the burnt offering; a ram was entangled with his horns in the hedge, so Abraham could perform the sacrifice with the animal provided by God. Here is again the Christianity of the Old Testament. We have nothing to offer of ourselves as an atonement for our sins: it is God who provides the Lamb as an atoning sacrifice. The offering of the beloved Son is the prophecy for the sacrifice of Jesus Christ as the Lamb of God; and the fact that his promised career was not interrupted by death symbolizes the rapid resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead to continue His promised work in His name. For us, the threat of death is not real, for God has promised us not only eternal life, but has strengthened our faith by demonstrating His power and His will to bring us to resurrection.
It is fitting that Isaac was specially chosen and determined by God to be our progenitor because we were specially chosen and chosen by God to be His people and to carry out His will on earth. We are all the children of Isaac; only by a miracle from the hand of God was he born at all, and remember, this miracle is also our miracle, for without it we would not exist today: and only by another miracle of God, Isaac could grow up and become our paternal father. Again, we are the product of this miracle. God said to Isaac, “I will multiply thy seed as the stars of heaven, and will give thy seed to all these lands, and all the peoples of the earth shall be blessed by thy generation.” (Genesis 26: 4). [*The Germanic race lived in lands all over the earth and brought culture to them. They were called by the locals “the gods”, die Hellen (the light ones; Hellenistic), die Goten (the Goths=good ones.]
With all our human inadequacies, we have fulfilled this prophecy. We have brought to the other races the first health care they have ever had, and have stopped the plagues that before their countries have taken shelter; We have ended their murderous tribal wars and brought them peace as long as we have had the commanding authority over their lands; We brought them the only state education system they ever had; We taught them improved farming methods, and when they still were unable to feed themselves, we very often sent them food that saved millions from starvation.
By a miracle God has created Isaac for a purpose; to be the progenitor of our race. By miracles God has brought us to the great number and power which He had promised us; God said to us, “You are to carry forward my praise,” and in spite of our human weaknesses, we have succeeded.
Translated from German by Germanvictims.com