Will We Ever Prosper?

If you follow alternative right happenings, Twitter posts, and other forms of alternate right media– even among those professing to be Christians– there is the constant drumbeat of complaining, moaning and such of what is happening to our people, our nations, and our families. You do not have to look very far to see the problems that are surrounding us like a flood of waters. The one thing you will not notice, however, is viable solutions.

I have long harped on the fact that we will never see a restoration of our people until we as a people return to Christ in full repentance. But what does this repentance look like? Are we, as Kinists, waiting for everyone else to repent? Are we leading the way with hard work on the ground level, by building a foundation for future generations through godly families and godly communities? Or are we simply among the complainers who think that a “white nation” is going to magically appear by listening to Alt Right podcasts and/or through political action.

I highlighted the exercise of prayer in previous articles and podcasts but upon recent reflection of the scripture, I desire to speak about another practical area we can apply solutions in. It does not involve making memes, going to rallies, or anything of that nature. This again, comes in the secret, hidden realm that your Kinist counterparts are not going to see in public; internet or otherwise. Jesus masterfully illustrated the fact that things done in secret would be manifested in an open rewarding, in his sermon on the mount:

That thine alms may be in secret: and thy Father which seeth in secret himself shall reward thee openly.

But thou, when thou prayest, enter into thy closet, and when thou hast shut thy door, pray to thy Father which is in secret; and thy Father which seeth in secret shall reward thee openly.

Matthew 6:4, 6:6

The Key to Prospering

There is a relationship in the scripture with faithful obedience in private, and God’s blessing upon an individual; but more importantly, upon a family, a people, a nation. Among the most evident scriptures to verify this truth, is Psalm 1.

Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful.

But his delight is in the law of the LORD; and in his law doth he meditate day and night.

And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper.

Psalm 1:1-3

In Psalm 1, we are blatantly told that the way anyone prospers is through:

  1. Not receiving counsel from, associating with, or participating with:
    • The Ungodly
    • Sinners
    • The Scornful (Mockers)
  2. Taking delight in the Law of The LORD, meditating on it day and night

Most Christians, and probably even the professing Christians on the alt-right would classify their lives as loving the LORD’s law. But what does delight mean? The passage in review describes this delight as such that the adherent meditates day and night on the word of God, particularly the law of God (to the detesting of modern red-letter “Christians”).

Do you meditate on God’s word day and night? Do you meditate on his law; his commandments, instructions, and wisdom (in particular)? Day and night does not seem to leave time for meditation on anything else. God’s instructions for us should always be at the forefront of our mind. This is because we are constantly making decisions, whether big or small; and the only sufficient solutions in our decision making comes from the Almighty God.

What “Alt-Right Christians” Tend to Meditate On

The average Alt-Right Christian does not meditate on God’s word day and night. What does he meditate on? What does he listen to? Does he walk in the counsel of the ungodly (Psalm 1:1)? He might argue, no, however, if he is filling his mind daily with the counsel of the likes of Richard Spencer and other ungodly white nationalists, I will argue that his mind is definitely effected on the subconscious level, whether he believes so or not.

When we spend the vast majority of our free time listening to Alt-Right podcasts or reading Alt-Right authors on the Internet or watching them on YouTube; those who are not espousing a Christian worldview– we are fulfilling the opposite of the blessing to the godly described in Psalm 1. We will soon be “like the chaff which the wind driveth away” (Psalm 1:4). Is it any wonder why we are losing and not seeming to make much progress at all?

What Should We Be Thinking About?

In Philippians 4, we are instructed by the Holy Ghost of the things we are to set our minds on; what to meditate on (to think on):

Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things.

Philippians 4:8

Starting in verse 6, Philippians 4 has very excellent instructions that connect our thinking/meditation with other biblical concepts. Verse 6 tells us to:

  • Not be “full of care” (worry) but rather, to pray and offer supplications to God. Are we doing this with our current distresses?
  • If we do this (tell God instead of worrying/complaining) then the peace of God will keep our hearts and minds through Jesus Christ (v.7)

I have noticed that the more time I spend on Twitter, the more “full of care” I become. Why is this? Probably because on Twitter, I am spending time meditating on the opposite of what Philippians 4:8 instructs:

  • Things that are not true (mockers, scoffers, etc. posting false things)
  • Things that are unjust (all of the postings that speak about the injustice being done toward our people)
  • Things that are impure and unlovely
  • Things that are of a bad report (practically every news story)
  • Things that are not virtuous or praiseworthy

The Fruit of Improper Meditation

What type of fruit is produced when we fill our minds with these things? Fear, worry, and anger, primarily. Fear is the opposite of faith. The Bible tells us in multiple places to “fear not”. The scriptures also warn us against anger and wrath, as these are generally sinful (Ephesians 4:31, Colossians 3:8).

And beside all this, Twitter is a place full of contention, strife and debate, which are works of the flesh (Galatians 5:19-21, 2Corinthians 12:20) in which (in general) we are not to participate in as Christians. Can I honestly expect to maintain a proper frame of mind and spirit when immersing  myself in these environments willingly?

Remember, the scriptures are telling us what things we should be setting our minds on; meditating on. If our minds constantly are filled with the voices of the world instead of that of God (1John 4:5,6), we are going to find it is impossible to fulfill the mission that God has for our lives.

The Apostle Paul tells us that he desires that we are wise concerning good and simple concerning evil (Romans 16:19). In other words, we should know a lot (be wise) about good and profitable things. Yet we should know very little (be simple) about evil, evildoers, etc.

What Can We Do?

I firmly believe that the lack of practical activity; that of building families, communities, and the like, is due to our constant meditation on news stories from afar. We meditate on all the bad things that the Jews are doing. We meditate on how advertisements promote black men taking our white women. And we are being driven away like chaff in the wind.

We must repent of this style of meditation. Let us meditate on the word of God. Let us meditate on his law. Let us examine and analyze how we can apply this wisdom to our present situations. Let us determine what we can do locally.

Do you have a family? Good. Meditate on how you can be the best father and husband you can be (according to scripture). Meditate on how you can train your children; for example, buy a good book like Michael Pearl’s “To Train Up a Child.” Meditate on building a godly home by watching or listening to Denny Kenaston’s The Godly Home Series. Learn how to provide for the needs of your family and community by not being dependent on the grid system, reading Michael Bunker’s Surviving Off-Off Grid.

Are you single? What practical things can you do? Can you help create homeschool material to combat the propaganda and multicultural agenda present in both the public schools and Christian schools, and even in homeschool material? Can you help promote the truth of God’s word by illustrating, writing, or through some other skill? If not, maybe you can learn and study how you can acquire the skills to accomplish such things, or perhaps toward another similar goal.

You can do something. You can learn skills that will enable you to build the kingdom of God. The point is not that you need to be doing the exact same thing as me and my family. The point is that you need to be doing something practical rather than filling your mind with things that are not profiting (beyond being able to “debate” some fool on the internet or in person, or discussing political issues with friends).

Brethren, take these admonitions from my heart in all love. I desire the best for our people. I desire the same things as you do. But I want to do what works. And God has already told us in his word what does work and what does not. It is time for us to obey him and reap the blessings that will equip us to take dominion for Christ on the earth.

Therefore, take no thought, saying, [What shall we do about our people being replaced and losing our nations? And how shall we have a safe and happy place for our children?]…

(For after all these things do the [Heathen Alt-Right People] seek:) for your heavenly Father knoweth that ye have need of all these things.

But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.

Take therefore no thought for the morrow: for the morrow shall take thought for the things of itself. Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof.

Matthew 6:31-34 — semi-paraphrase

Comments

  1. David Biser

    A most excellent reminder of the things that truly matter! I do find myself falling into this and need constantly to return to the Word of God in both thought and deed. May the Lord glorify His name in us and in our actions.

  2. Paul

    Americans are taught and accept their vestigial role to be spectators. Whether it be the state, church , communications or life in general. Existence today held fast in its place by gravity of the dark sun of the government. Life is remote and artificial . Young and old spin off into outer darkness with a higher affinity to one of the mandated temptations: drugs, pornography, cupidity, homosexuality and idolatry in subtle forms. A few scape all in suicide.

    You talk of scripture which is remote as the above earthly powers of darkness. The churches will exclude them also unless they are the chosen , who is infatuated with self delusion and the little world of wife and child he professes as the token of his purpose in life. And to praise Israel.

    Life has been gradually repossessed by those , who have no power to give or take except through usurpation and treason . It is simple as always . But no one wants to die. Take up your cross and follow me!

    The New Testament is not for crucifixtion of the saint but the burden of responsibility . The cross may be your AR-15 and the nails to restore fear of God and Truth. But it requires sacrifice and unity of purpose . But if we still wait and deny our purpose the Old Testament is returning . Indeed, already is here .

    And for the many , profane spectator you may again watch the few being crucified.

  3. Forex Watchers

    There never has been a land, from the days of Adam until now, that has been blessed more than this land has been blessed by our Father in Heaven; and it will still be blessed more and more, if we are faithful and humble, and thankful to God for the wheat and the corn, the oats, the fruit, the vegetables, the cattle and everything he bestows upon us, and try to use them for the building up of his Kingdom on the earth (

  4. Paul

    I like this idea of earthly Heavenly KIngdom. True America is blessed . But most of the land lies fallow waiting to be traded to China for unpaid debts . It is the greatest tragedy . It could have been the paradise Jesus promised . And Huey Long .

    But sin not confessed will be replaced with commerciall law and merchandising heavenly things. The jew seems to be victorious.

    In no historical reference is more relevant than America that, man does not live by bread alone.

  5. Brian Windham

    Thank you for the article. In my humble opinion, you touch upon the very root of the problem in that we do not meditate on God’s laws nearly as much as we should. The fact is, I doubt most understand exactly how we are to meditate on them. Most of the people I know who do meditate on, and discuss, God’s laws do so for the wrong reasons. You see, it is my observation that most think we need to know His laws and teach them to others, but very few understand that we are to know them and apply them to judging our own thoughts and actions daily. Rather, most use His laws to judge others, ridiculing them for not keeping the law, while they fail in the keeping of them themselves. The law is not meant for us to judge those not in the church:

    1 Cor 5
    12¶For what have I to do to judge them also that are without? do not ye judge them that are within?
    13But them that are without God judgeth. Therefore put away from among yourselves that wicked person.

    We must learn to meditate on His law in putting it into full use within ourselves, judging our every thought and act, and then to judge our brothers when needed. As to them that are without, God judges them and we teach them, but we do not teach by word of mouth, rather by deed. Those without learn by our actions and outward example, which is how we do show forth Christ til He comes. When we speak of the law and condemn outsiders, they are offended and call us hypocrites, and rightly so in most cases. Keep and do the commandments, teaching by words is for those who ask why we live as we do.

    Matthew 5:19 KJV — Whosoever therefore shall break one of these least commandments, and shall teach men so, he shall be called the least in the kingdom of heaven: but whosoever shall do and teach them, the same shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven.

    Teach by doing, not judging.

  6. H.M.

    Hans, thank you very much for this article. I am convicted of what you say, as I often “meditate” on bad news, loose hope and then blame others for the bad fruits this bears out in my life. I have repented and put Philippians 4:6-8 on the shelf over my desktop as a constant reminder to be close to the Lord when it comes to the way I think and meditate.

    This whole topical area of the Alt-Right movement, (white) nationalism, Christianity, kinism, race realism, old school conservatism/reactionary thinking etc. is a tricky one. In some regard we agree with people who are not Christians on topics concerning political developments and future projections of western civilization. And we are convinced that we are correct, at least when it comes to an assessment of the reality of things present and things to come – otherwise we would not post, read or comment on sites such as these.

    On the other hand there are Christians who do not (yet) hold these convictions but who nonetheless are a blessing to us (by financial or practical help, by good advice, admonitions, encouragements, rebuking, their prayers etc.). And they are our brothers and sisters in the Lord, some even are our kin, our flesh and bone.

    I do however sincerely and humbly ask for your prayers, and maybe you have some advice. I cannot go into too much biographical detail. My own family is not Christian. My wife’s family is and currently they are the Christians we are closest to. They are the kind of people I described in the last paragraph.

    My views are not welcome there. Many of them have a somewhat globalist/multicultural mindset. Some cousins have even gone into miscegenation. And that is not some theoretical bad news far, far away. That is something happening to them and coming closer. It creates a reality that has to be handled in the future. And it sets examples and lowers inhibitions against it. I’d even to give those who’ve done it a sort of amnesty as these things can’t be undone. But I wish it would not go further. And I wish I could set the standard that I do not wish this to happen to my (future) children or to other relatives. But this would currently lead to alienation and strife and abandonment. In that case I would hold my convictions but loose almost everything.

    You can pray for me for wisdom, love, strength, courage, endurance, guidance, faith and hope. And maybe our somewhat nationalist/kinist convictions are wrong and we need to let go of them?

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      Hans Gygax

      Hey brother, thanks for the encouraging comment. That is a good idea about placing those specific scriptures in a visible place as a reminder. I did the same for myself at my desk at work– but they are John 10:27-29 and Hebrews 13:5– because it is a reminder to God’s faithfulness to preserve me; as I have often gone astray and God never gave up nor stopped pursuing me.

      I think you summarized our situation very well and I think that is why it is difficult for us to fit in anywhere. The secular alt-right of necessity must hate us because Christ is to be the center, Christ is to be the ultimate goal, and Christ is above all things (all agendas as well). Yet the typical church Christian (even if he genuinely in the faith) thinks of us as an abomination because we do not go along with the lies that have been sprung upon us– we choose the truth at all costs. And I think this is where the problem lies; the typical Christian has certain topics he is unwilling to budge on. He won’t suffer for the truth’s sake. I fear that such will also deny Christ entirely in times of persecution, because if they deny his truth to avoid ridicule now, they will deny his truth to avoid death (most certainly) later.

      I placed you on our prayer list for our Faithful Nation Bible Study group. May God grant you your requests and may he provide you with a family that will serve as an example to the people you live close to. I have found that my words did not have much impact until my children grew older and the fruit of my teachings to them became evident to others. I would not focus on the racial issue as the primary issue. I certainly do not speak for all Kinists, but my primary issue is the Agrarian issue; I believe in working toward building Christian Agrarian communities. If we establish these, the race issue takes care of itself automatically. I do not think we should abandon our beliefs in these areas, because it is the truth of God’s word– but I think we need to place as much emphasis on the subject as God does. I have seen too many Kinists focus only on this issue, while ignoring much larger issues in the lives of their families and communities.

      May the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ be with you.

      Hans

  7. H.M.

    Hans, thank you for taking the time to reply. And yes, God’s faithfulness in pursuing and preserving us is a source of great comfort. My own faith and piety is way too shaky to rely on.

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