As we’re learning, spiritual alignment is about living with an attitude of having full confidence in God. Many of us, at different stages in life, make promises and commitments to others. What we must get is that nothing is more important than our commitment to Christ. In a day in which we see so many who profess Christ compromising, the temptation may be to pull back on God. Yet when all is said and done, only those who follow through in their faith will have no regrets.
23 The steps of a good man are ordered by the LORD: and he delighteth in his way. 24 Though he fall, he shall not be utterly cast down: for the LORD upholdeth him with his hand.
For such a long time we’ve just wondered around, allowing all our outside influences to determine where we go, what we do, and even how we think. That no longer occurs however, when we understand that “The steps of a good man are ordered by the LORD”. It’s time we give His Spirit control over your thoughts and get in spiritual alignment with Him. Sometimes we wonder how we end up so far off course with where we need to be in our lives. When we actually retrace our steps however, we realize we were not on God’s intended pathway. Yet as “the LORD upholdeth” us with with His hand, we can find His way of delight.
These verses therefore are a good description of what it means to be in spiritual alignment. The Psalmist explains the cause and effect of walking with God – having your “steps… ordered by the LORD” and as a result, knowing He “delighteth” in our implementation of “his way”. Are you headed in a direction with which you know our Father will be pleased? If so, there should be no fear. The New Revised Standard Version translates these verses as follows: “Our steps are made firm by the LORD, when he delights in our way; though we stumble, we shall not fall headlong, for the LORD upholdeth us by the hand.” This gives us the assurance that ultimately we can never fall as long as we seek to be in spiritual alignment with Him. When is it we really mess up? When the last thing on our minds is living for Him. Therefore realizing He will sustain us makes all the difference. We will follow through when we know God is indeed with us.
Even though we may try to live to please God, still in this flesh, we’ll never be sinlessly perfect. We should seek to make as few mistakes as possible and sin less. Yet the very best of us are occasionally going to stumble. The good news is, the closer you are to Yahweh, the more sure you can be that Yahweh is upholding you with His “hand”. Where is this strength that upholds and sustains us? It is in knowing He is in you. This inner hold God has upon us, keeps us from falling too far or too hard, helping us get back up and move on.
As we’ve already learned previously in this Psalm, being in spiritual alignment is finding delight in the right things. Do you delight in knowing Yahweh wants to direct and control your life? ONE WILL NEVER BE USABLE TO GOD UNTIL THEY FIRST UNDERSTAND THAT GOD HAS YOU HERE FOR A PURPOSE. This “are ordered” is Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance #3559 the Hebrew word kuwn: to be erect (i.e. stand perpendicular) to set up. This is nothing more than a clear description of what keeps us in spiritual alignment. Who is in charge of your life? Is it you, your spouse, your boss, or “the LORD”? “The steps” we take or the choices we make have led us to where we are. Are you at complete peace that you are going the right “way”? Do you want to be “a good man” in this sense? Then seek to walk in steps ordered by Christ. Though outer circumstances may seem dire or even unfixable, “the LORD upholdeth” us inwardly “with his hand”.
25 I have been young, and now am old; yet have I not seen the righteous forsaken, nor his seed begging bread. 26 He is ever merciful, and lendeth; and his seed is blessed.
One of the greatest incentives to following through with our commitment to Christ is knowing that God always takes care of His own. From the time he was a “young” shepherd boy til he was an “old” king, David saw the faithfulness of God. Notice, David understood the racial aspect of our relationship to God – that we as Israelites are “his seed”, His offspring. We see here it is the basis for His mercy, help, and blessings. Though David went through much in this life, what was his assessment of God’s watchcare and protection for His “seed? That God has not “forsaken” His people (especially those who live by faith) described here as “the righteous”. This was obviously later in David’s life as he says, “now I am old”. In all his experiences, of which we have much recorded in Scripture, he attests to the faithfulness of God in providing the needs of “his seed” or His genetic people, Israel.
As a White, you are “his seed”. If you are young, learn to listen to those who are old that know what they are talking about. There is not a time when God’s mercy isn’t in play; “He is ever merciful”. David’s experience was that God is always faithful to take care of the needs of His people. Though King David made some mistakes, he repented and wanted to follow through in his faith to the end.
27 Depart from evil, and do good; and dwell for evermore.
This is precisely the way we are to respond to God having ‘all the bases covered’ when it comes to our watchcare and protection. This is just a common sense statement about how following through to the end in faithfulness can effect your future. First of all you have to know what to “Depart from” or leave behind – “evil”. If you haven’t already, make a decision once and for all in your life to turn your back on “evil”. Ultimately the way this all begins is to identify any involvement you have going on with “evil” in your life. “Depart” in Hebrew is suwr Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance #5493 to decline… pluck away… withdraw. Most of our people have not made up their minds to remove themselves from evil, resulting in all the shame and compromise we see today. Make your stand and you will “dwell for evermore” in God’s blessings.
When one wants to “Depart from evil”, we can begin to approach spiritual alignment with God. Following through not only means forsaking “evil”, but taking an active part in doing “good”. Some think being a Christian is by just not doing certain ‘bad’ things. Proof of being in spiritual alignment is you cannot help but do good for others from a heart of love. As we see, following through in this manner results in being able to “dwell for evermore.” THERE IS NOTHING WE CAN DO WHICH PROMOTES OUR PRESERVATION MORE THAN DOING GOOD TO OUR BRETHREN.
Hopefully we’ve already recognized how superficial it is to hang all our Christianity on trying to keep (and impose on others) external lists of do’s and don’t’s. The avoidance of evil and wanting to do good must come from the heart, because we love God and our people. For one who is wanting to follow through in their faith and remain in spiritual alignment, being fearful, worrying, and doubting God are evil, along with ignoring your brother’s needs. Those who are looking forward to dwelling with God “for evermore” see being double-minded as evil and fully trusting in God as the only way to go.
28 For the LORD loveth judgment, and forsaketh not his saints; they are preserved for ever: but the seed of the wicked shall be cut off. 29 The righteous shall inherit the land, and dwell therein for ever.
The only way we can be in agreement with God when it comes to His “judgment” is by knowing everything is in His hands. Here is the plight of everyone ever born on this earth, which is split into the only two categories taught in Scripture: “his saints” who “are preserved forever”, and “the seed of the wicked” who “shall be cut off”. The only ones remaining in the end are “his saints… The righteous” and they “shall inherit the land, and dwell therein for ever”. How many more times and ways can Scripture express the eternal preservation of the White race and the total elimination of all non-Whites?
Day by day, the White race’s inheritance including “the land” seems to be slipping more and more into the hands of God’s enemies. According to this verse, it is only temporary and will not stand. Indeed God will follow through with His promises.
30 The mouth of the righteous speaketh wisdom, and his tongue talketh of judgment. 31 The law of his God is in his heart; none of his steps shall slide.
So David is covering spiritual alignment from head to toe, starting with the “mouth” or “tongue” from the “heart…” all the way down to the “steps” of “the righteous”. What comes from someone’s “mouth” is a result of what’s in their “heart”. If you really want to know what’s in someone’s heart, listen carefully to what “his tongue talketh about”. When you listen to someone and hear “wisdom” and sound “judgment”, then know “The law of his God is in his heart” and “none of his steps shall slide.” This is the progression and consequence for someone who is following through – the goodness of God manifests itself in them.
The New American Standard renders this as, “The mouth of the righteous utters wisdom, And his tongue speaks justice. The law of His God is in his heart; His steps do not slip.” Spiritual alignment is not only controlling your mind but is also what’s in your “heart”. In order for one to follow through to the end, he must realize it is the pursuit of his life to inwardly obey “The law of God in his heart.” This is so effective that “none of his steps shall slide.” As long as we live in obedience to God from within our “heart”, we shall not fall.
Concerning those of us who are aware, as racially-awake Identity Christians, there are non-Whites and many compromising Whites who would love to see us slip and slide into sin. The more negative attention brought to the message, the more it confuses those who may be looking to learn the truth and be awakened themselves. What we say reflects our level of spiritual maturity. We must do all that we can to stay out of ‘slippery places’.
32 The wicked watcheth the righteous, and seeketh to slay him. 33 The LORD will not leave him in his hand, nor condemn him when he is judged. 34 Wait on the LORD, and keep his way, and he shall exalt thee to inherit the land: when the wicked are cut off, thou shalt see it. 35 I have seen the wicked in great power, and spreading himself like a green bay tree. 36 Yet he passed away, and, lo, he was not: yea, I sought him, but he could not be found.
Do not allow yourself to be fooled any longer. For in order to follow through, you must know what you’re up against. Non-Whites covet what we have, while crying out “White Privilege”. When things are going their way, they are oh so effective at mimicking “the righteous”. Regardless, we must know there are no ‘good’ blacks, jews, or any other non-Whites, by their very existence; they are all “wicked” workers of iniquity (Matthew 7:13-23). Again, non-Whites are so jealous of us as they should be. They watch us, want to be us, want what we have, while wanting us dead. They only know death and destruction as a means to an end, no matter how pitiful, sincere, or well-meaning they may appear to be.
In light of this, following through means by faith putting yourself in a position to fully benefit from the destruction of God’s enemies. How do we do it? “Wait on the LORD, and keep his way”– commit your life to staying in spiritual alignment, and God “shall exalt thee to inherit the land”. This will occur “when the wicked are cut off”. WE MUST FOLLOW THROUGH TIL THE END.
Here we have yet another verse which attests to the complete elimination of “the wicked” or God’s enemies. As we see the International Jew for instance, “in great power” today as their influence keeps “spreading” their disease, keep in mind, once they “pass away”, they are gone for good. Though most of our race still haven’t even “seen the wicked” for who they are, it has no impact however, on what will happen to them. We must stay the course until our Christian hope of their destruction comes to pass. The “green bay tree” represents how the non-White “wicked” collectively rise up very quickly and are seen by everyone. But when the strong winds of God’s wrath occur, they cannot stand because their roots do not run deep enough. This is of course supported by the following verse where David says: “Yet he passed away, and, lo, he was not: yea, I sought him, but he could not be found.” Stop giving your attention to these non-White bastards who will not be around when all is said and done, rather:
37 Mark the perfect man, and behold the upright: for the end of that man is peace.
Maybe you’re searching for someone to look up to who knows what it means to be a Christian. Though we have ancestors of the past as shining examples in Scripture, there is nothing like coming across someone personally who is this “perfect man” or a mature Christian. Directly or indirectly, we are all following someone. Make sure whoever you follow sees the importance of maintaining alignment with the indwelling Spirit, for this is what makes us “perfect” or mature.
If there’s one thing we need this day and time it’s White men and women living for Yahweh, setting the right example. A great help in maintaining spiritual alignment could be finding a living, breathing testimony of how to walk with God. If you find such a one, David says “Mark” and then, “behold” them. To “Mark” is Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance #8104 to hedge about… observe… watch. So if you find someone you suspect of being a mature Christian, mark their life by placing your attention upon them. Then “behold” them, which is Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance #7200 to consider… gaze… respect. Once you find him, then begin soaking up everything you see in them – study their words, measure their ways, while watching their attitude and actions.
The descriptive term “upright” is Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance #3477 from #3474 to be straight or even… pleasant, prosperous: direct, fit. So a mature Christian isn’t just one who knows the Bible or can even communicate it effectively, but one who is following through by living it out as well. David is telling us to look closer at anyone we consider a mentor or role model, to see how truly mature and upright they really are. The Hebrew term translated “the end” here is Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance #319 from #310 which is the last or end, hence the future. The closer and longer you follow someone, the more you will “end” up like them in the future. For the one following another who is a mature, upright Christian, “the end of that man is peace”. FOLLOWING THROUGH TO THE END RESULTS FROM CONCENTRATING ON BECOMING A MATURE CHRISTIAN – BECOMING A MAN OF PEACE.
Proverbs 16 says, “When a man’s ways please the LORD, he maketh even his enemies to be at peace with him.” Like Solomon, David isn’t saying the mature Christian never has a problem. He’s saying he doesn’t put it off because he trusts God to give him the wisdom to deal with it. If it seems like there’s always unresolved, reoccuring ‘drama’ around someone, this is a huge ‘red flag’ that that person isn’t mature and/or upright. Those who are mature and upright want to follow through in faith to the end, knowing it is impossible without maintaining peace. If anything but peace is the ultimate goal in one’s life and in one’s relationships with his brethren, things will never end well for him.
For example, even though it ended up that Paul and Silas had to separate, there is nothing to indicate it was anything but a peaceful parting of ways. Even when brethren disagree, if we are mature and upright, there can be a peaceful resolution. SO IF YOU CAN’T FIND THIS PERFECT MAN, BE THIS PERFECT MAN YOURSELF FOR OTHERS TO CHERISH AND FOLLOW.
38 But the transgressors shall be destroyed together: the end of the wicked shall be cut off.
As we know, the overall scope of God’s salvation taught in Scripture, only pertains to the preservation of the White race as “All Israel shall be saved”. Yet there are still consequences in this life for those lost White sheep who remain asleep as “transgressors” or as Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance #6586 defines it as those who break away (from just authority)… apostatize… rebel, revolt. Those of the White race who despise the law of God which for instance, includes God’s commandments against race mixing and sodomy, are indeed transgressors of the law, opposing God’s kingdom, even those who overlook or accept other Whites who participate in such vile transgressions. There is the danger for those Whites who never get in spiritual alignment or who do not follow through in faith to “be destroyed” bodily, in this life. Even at the end of the age, all non-Whites and all unrepentant Whites will be punished and perish bodily “together”.
39 But the salvation of the righteous is of the LORD: he is their strength in the time of trouble. 40 And the LORD shall help them, and deliver them: he shall deliver them from the wicked, and save them, because they trust in him.
There’s no question, “the salvation of the righteous” from start to finish is totally “of the LORD”. All other ways of salvation being taught fall short, finding no basis in Scripture. Despite it not being popular to proclaim it, Christ came to only “save his people from their sins” which is Israel (Matthew 1:21).
Yahweh is also our only “strength in the time of trouble.” The only ones He is looking to help are “the righteous” and He will ultimately “deliver them” all. Even now, as we find ourselves in the clutches of such antichrist madness, He will still deliver us from “the wicked” all around us. All we must do is “trust in him” – this is spiritual alignment. THE ONLY WAY WE CAN FOLLOW THROUGH TO THE END IS BY PLACING OUR ALL IN HIS HANDS.
In our everyday lives, it’s easy to say we trust God when everything is going well. But what about “in the time of trouble”? This “trouble” is Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance #6869 which is tightness… adversity, affliction, anguish, distress, tribulation. When things are tight or you feel the tension due to circumstances, release all of the stress by trusting in His strength to pull you through. There’s no need to panic or try to take matters into your own hands. Don’t start scrambling around trying to pull it together yourself. With the prospect of “the time of trouble” coming we must concentrate on maintaining spiritual alignment continually. His help and deliverance are all we need if we’ll only trust Him when it matters the most.
What a waste of time it is to live, when we’re not trusting God. Everything He has said, He will do. There is no sense in dragging our feet when it comes to spiritual alignment. Delight yourself in Him, never give up, and follow through in your faith til the very end.