Surviving the Coming Collapse – Pastor Earl Jones (Bible Conference: Day 1 and 2)



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Surviving a Nuclear war, a geopolitical disaster, an economic collapse, weather catastrophes, disease outbreaks and many more potential scenarios coming to America SOON!!!!

Scriptures for America Worldwide is an international outreach ministry of the LaPorte Church
of Christ and is directed by Pastor Peter J. Peters. This ministry is dedicated to proclaiming the true Gospel of Christ Jesus throughout the earth, and to revealing to Americans and the Western Nations their true Biblical Identity

For those that don’t know anything about Earl F. Jones, he died at age 78 at his ranch home in southern New Mexico on Wednesday September 19th 2001. He was born in West Liberty, Ohio to Frank and Mabel Kauffman Jones on May 26, 1923. He was raised in Ft. Wayne, Indiana, and just after Pearl Harbor, he and his brother, Herman Jones, volunteered into the U. S. Army. Herman, in the Paratroops, was killed in the Normandy Invasion in 1944. Earl was in the invasion also, and fought under General George Patton through all six major campaigns in Europe during World War II in the Third Army.

In May of 1943, before he left to go to war, he married Mary Alice Hignett in El Paso, Texas, when he was stationed at Fort Bliss. They were happily, lovingly married for 58 years. After the war, he returned to Las Cruces and attended New Mexico State University. He then went to work at White Sands Missile Range where he, over the course of time, became Project Manager for Engineering and Testing for the Nike Ajax Missile, then the Nike Hercules and even started the Patriot Missile program. He retired after 28 years of government service.

In 1983, he was ordained as a Christian minister by Pastor Sheldon Emry of the Lords Covenant Church and America’s Promise Ministries in Phoenix, Arizona. He remained active until the day of his death with a Christian ministry called “The Christian Crusade for Truth” and a monthly newsletter called “The Intelligence Newsletter” which you can read below. Earl Jones also spoke and hosted many Christian-Israel meetings and gatherings all around the country up until his death, and he greatly influenced people with his love for truth and the Word of God. You can listen and watch many of those sermons and lectures below. I pray that this library is a blessing to you and all who are able to use it for the advancement of the Christian faith, and our Lord Jesus Christ and His Kingdom.

Blood Covenants – Pastor Earl Jones



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For those that don’t know anything about Earl F. Jones, he died at age 78 at his ranch home in southern New Mexico on Wednesday September 19th 2001. He was born in West Liberty, Ohio to Frank and Mabel Kauffman Jones on May 26, 1923. He was raised in Ft. Wayne, Indiana, and just after Pearl Harbor, he and his brother, Herman Jones, volunteered into the U. S. Army. Herman, in the Paratroops, was killed in the Normandy Invasion in 1944. Earl was in the invasion also, and fought under General George Patton through all six major campaigns in Europe during World War II in the Third Army.

In May of 1943, before he left to go to war, he married Mary Alice Hignett in El Paso, Texas, when he was stationed at Fort Bliss. They were happily, lovingly married for 58 years. After the war, he returned to Las Cruces and attended New Mexico State University. He then went to work at White Sands Missile Range where he, over the course of time, became Project Manager for Engineering and Testing for the Nike Ajax Missile, then the Nike Hercules and even started the Patriot Missile program. He retired after 28 years of government service.

In 1983, he was ordained as a Christian minister by Pastor Sheldon Emry of the Lords Covenant Church and America’s Promise Ministries in Phoenix, Arizona. He remained active until the day of his death with a Christian ministry called “The Christian Crusade for Truth” and a monthly newsletter called “The Intelligence Newsletter” which you can read below. Earl Jones also spoke and hosted many Christian-Israel meetings and gatherings all around the country up until his death, and he greatly influenced people with his love for truth and the Word of God. You can listen and watch many of those sermons and lectures below. I pray that this library is a blessing to you and all who are able to use it for the advancement of the Christian faith, and our Lord Jesus Christ and His Kingdom.

Scriptures for America Worldwide is an international outreach ministry of the LaPorte Church
of Christ and is directed by Pastor Peter J. Peters. This ministry is dedicated to proclaiming the true Gospel of Christ Jesus throughout the earth, and to revealing to Americans and the Western Nations their true Biblical Identity

Pastor Shawn Jones Celebration of Life Legacy Concert



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Paul Porter with Bishop Neal Roberson, Harvey Watkins Jr and Keith Wonderboy Johnson facilitate the celebration concert honoring Pastor Shawn Jones on 11/27/2017 at Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist Church of Montgomery, AL

Janis Joplin – Little Girl Blue (This is Tom Jones TV Show – Dec 4, 1969)



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Janis Joplin. Born on January 19, 1943, in Port Arthur, Texas. Breaking new ground for women in rock music, Janis Joplin rose to fame in the late 1960s and was known for her powerful, blues-inspired vocals. She grew up in a small Texas town known for its connections to the oil industry with a skyline dotted with oil tanks and oil refineries. For years, Joplin struggled to escape from this confining community and spent even longer to trying to overcome her memories of her difficult years there.

Developing a love for music at an early age, Joplin sang in her church choir as a child and showed some promise as a performer. She was an only child until the age of 6 when her sister Laura was born. Four years later, her brother Michael arrived. Joplin was a good student and fairly popular until around the age of 14 when some side effects of puberty started to kick in. She got acne and gained some weight.

At Thomas Jefferson High School, Joplin started to rebel. She eschewed the popular girls’ fashions of the late 1950s, often choosing to wear men’s shirts and tights or short skirts. While she liked to stand out from the crowd, Joplin also found herself the target of some teasing and a popular subject in the school’s rumor mill. She was called a “pig” by some while others said that she was sexually promiscuous.

Joplin eventually developed a group of guy friends who shared her interest in music and the Beat Generation, which rejected the standard norms and emphasized creative expression. Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg were two of the leading figures in the movement.

Musically, Joplin and her friends gravitated toward blues and jazz music, admiring such artists as Leadbelly. She also was inspired by legendary blues vocalists Bessie Smith and Ma Rainey and Odetta, an early leading figure in the folk music movement. The group also frequented local working-class bars in the nearby Louisiana of Vinton. By her senior year of high school, Joplin had developed a persona of sorts — a ballsy, tough-talking girl who like to drink and be outrageous.

After graduating high school, Joplin enrolled at Lamar State College of Technology in the neighboring town of Beaumont. There she spent more time hanging out and drinking than on her studies. At the end of the semester, Joplin left school. She took some secretarial courses at Port Arthur College and moved to Los Angeles in the summer of 1961. This first effort to break away from home failed, and she returned to Port Arthur and her studies at Lamar for a time.

In 1962, Joplin left again to study at the University of Texas at Austin. There she started performing at folksings — casual musical gatherings where anyone can perform — on campus and at a local club with the Waller Creek Boys, a musical trio she was friends with. With her forceful, gutsy singing style, Joplin amazed many audience members. She was unlike any other white female vocalist at the time — folk icons Joan Baez and Judy Collins were known for their gentle sound. ~

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Paul and the Law Pt 2 – Pastor Earl Jones



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A study into what Paul really taught concerning the Law of God. Has it been done away with?

Scriptures for America Worldwide is an international outreach ministry of the LaPorte Church
of Christ and is directed by Pastor Peter J. Peters. This ministry is dedicated to proclaiming the true Gospel of Christ Jesus throughout the earth, and to revealing to Americans and the Western Nations
their true Biblical Identity

For those that don’t know anything about Earl F. Jones, he died at age 78 at his ranch home in southern New Mexico on Wednesday September 19th 2001. He was born in West Liberty, Ohio to Frank and Mabel Kauffman Jones on May 26, 1923. He was raised in Ft. Wayne, Indiana, and just after Pearl Harbor, he and his brother, Herman Jones, volunteered into the U. S. Army. Herman, in the Paratroops, was killed in the Normandy Invasion in 1944. Earl was in the invasion also, and fought under General George Patton through all six major campaigns in Europe during World War II in the Third Army.

In May of 1943, before he left to go to war, he married Mary Alice Hignett in El Paso, Texas, when he was stationed at Fort Bliss. They were happily, lovingly married for 58 years. After the war, he returned to Las Cruces and attended New Mexico State University. He then went to work at White Sands Missile Range where he, over the course of time, became Project Manager for Engineering and Testing for the Nike Ajax Missile, then the Nike Hercules and even started the Patriot Missile program. He retired after 28 years of government service.

In 1983, he was ordained as a Christian minister by Pastor Sheldon Emry of the Lords Covenant Church and America’s Promise Ministries in Phoenix, Arizona. He remained active until the day of his death with a Christian ministry called “The Christian Crusade for Truth” and a monthly newsletter called “The Intelligence Newsletter” which you can read below. Earl Jones also spoke and hosted many Christian-Israel meetings and gatherings all around the country up until his death, and he greatly influenced people with his love for truth and the Word of God. You can listen and watch many of those sermons and lectures below. I pray that this library is a blessing to you and all who are able to use it for the advancement of the Christian faith, and our Lord Jesus Christ and His Kingdom.

Who was the father of Cain? (Pastor Earl Jones)



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Who was the father of Cain? (Pastor Earl Jones)
(Dual-Seedline Doctrine)

Pastor Jones gives a well thought out and researched study into who was the father of Cain, and some facts into what is known as the dual seedline doctrine of Christian Identity. Was Cain’s father a supernatural Satan that mated with Eve, or was it just plainly Adam?

www.PastorEarlJonesLibrary.com
www.ChristianAmericaMinistries.com

The Pastor Earl Jones Library has been set up to preserve and honor the memory and the Christian works of Pastor Earl F. Jones, and of the Christian men and women of the Christian-Israel movement. The Lord Jesus put it on my heart sometime back to get Pastor Jones material on the internet for the next generation to learn from and enjoy. When I started this project, I did not have very much material in the way of audio and video, but the Lord opened many outlets and provided a wealth of knowledge. A lot of the audio and videos were kept for decades by Christian brethren all over the world. While working with Pastor Jones material, I also came across other audio and video sermons from others that worked with Pastor Jones that deserved a place in this library. It has been a huge blessing working on this project, because these works could have very easily faded away to be forgotten.

For those that don’t know anything about Earl F. Jones, he died at age 78 at his ranch home in southern New Mexico on Wednesday September 19th 2001. He was born in West Liberty, Ohio to Frank and Mabel Kauffman Jones on May 26, 1923. He was raised in Ft. Wayne, Indiana, and just after Pearl Harbor, he and his brother, Herman Jones, volunteered into the U. S. Army. Herman, in the Paratroops, was killed in the Normandy Invasion in 1944. Earl was in the invasion also, and fought under General George Patton through all six major campaigns in Europe during World War II in the Third Army.

In May of 1943, before he left to go to war, he married Mary Alice Hignett in El Paso, Texas, when he was stationed at Fort Bliss. They were happily, lovingly married for 58 years. After the war, he returned to Las Cruces and attended New Mexico State University. He then went to work at White Sands Missile Range where he, over the course of time, became Project Manager for Engineering and Testing for the Nike Ajax Missile, then the Nike Hercules and even started the Patriot Missile program. He retired after 28 years of government service.

In 1983, he was ordained as a Christian minister by Pastor Sheldon Emry of the Lords Covenant Church and America’s Promise Ministries in Phoenix, Arizona. He remained active until the day of his death with a Christian ministry called “The Christian Crusade for Truth” and a monthly newsletter called “The Intelligence Newsletter” which you can read below. Earl Jones also spoke and hosted many Christian-Israel meetings and gatherings all around the country up until his death, and he greatly influenced people with his love for truth and the Word of God. You can listen and watch many of those sermons and lectures below. I pray that this library is a blessing to you and all who are able to use it for the advancement of the Christian faith, and our Lord Jesus Christ and His Kingdom.

Jeff Davis Interviews Alex Jones At Mount Carmel Church Rebuild March 19, 2000 – The Phoenix Project



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Jeff Davis Interviews alex Jones At Mt Carmel Branch Davidian Church Rebuild March 19 2000

Prophet James F. Jones’ Documentary



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This video takes a concise look at the life of Prophet Jones of Detroit. It focuses on the early childhood days and adult life of Prophet Jones. Prophet Jones just as any other minister is subject to make mistakes. In order to reach spiritual maturity in the Lord, we can learn from the mistakes made by others. The core of the message of this movie is ministers need to stay humble, and demonstrate genuine Christian love towards people. At the end we will be held accountable for how we minister with our spiritual gifts to the body of Christ.

Pastor Shawn Jones Gospel Preacher Quartet Singer Tribute Legacy Concert, Montgomery Alabama pt



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Pastor Shawn Jones Legacy Concert
HeldMonday, Nov. 27th 2017 at Pilgrim Rest Baptist Chuch, Monygomery Alabama, Pastor Walter Ellis. Williams Brothers, The Believers, Paul Porter, Doc Mckenzir. Gospel Choirs artists and Quartett Tributes.
Credit:MJK
This channel Great Gospel Songs, Sermons, Praise Break and Testimony Videos is dedicated to the Worship and Praise of Our Father God, the Lord Jesus and the Holy Ghost/Holy Spirit.

Prophetically Manifested Broadcasting



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2008 BIBLE WAY CHURCHES WORLD WIDE FEATURING THE CHIEF PRESIDING APOSTLE BISHOP CORNELIUS SHOWELL OF THE FIRST APOSTOLIC FAITH CHURCH INC, 27 S. CAROLINE STREET BALTIMORE, MD 21231 410-327-1181 MUSIC BY SKEKINAH GLORY MINISTRY POSTED BY THE PROPHETICALLY MANIFESTED BROADCASTING ELDER GERALD L COLLICK 443.449.5144

Mozart Requiem – UNR Concert Choir & the RCO conducted by Perry Jones, March 1988



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Mozart Requiem – University of Nevada, Reno Concert Choir and the Reno Chamber Orchestra conducted by Dr. Perry Jones, St. Theresa Church, March 27 1988

Scottish Highland Overture by Nathan Jones



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Southern Music Company – Grade 2.5
Scottish Highland Overture was commissioned by the MacArthur Middle School in Lawton, OK, in honor of their longtime conductor, Sue Ann Hannah. Taking inspiration from the school’s mascot (the “Scots”) the piece is based very loosely on the Scottish folk song, “The Dowie Dens o’ Yarrow.” The faster ‘A’ section contains lots of rhythmic interplay between voices while the ‘B’ section gives everyone a chance to play in a very lyrical and legato style. This fun and playable overture is a great introduction to the Dorian mode for young bands, and features a short horn section soli opening the middle section, with ample cross-cueing to provide additional support as needed.
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