Jim Garlow's 2011 Pulpit Freedom Sunday
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Posted by Andrew Luck on 05/06 at 01:04 AM | #
To George and JohnMinn:
How is it happening here?
What if it is true: The USA will not return to its former glory until the people repent of all their sins and humble themselves before God?
I believe that, just like when Germany was generally sinful (immorality/greed/arrogance), that the USA will not return to its former glory until the people repent of all their sins and humble themselves before God... Yes, even the Christians !
So, What if it is true?
That the USA will not return to its former glory until the people (even all the Christians, starting with their leaders) repent of all their sins and humble themselves before God?
Posted by D. Bene on 05/05 at 03:32 PM | #
George, You also wondered “how could they have allowed that” and you also came to the same conclusion I did “Now I think I'm beginning to understand”.
IF the people truly understood the beginnings of this country AND they had even a reasonable knowledge of history, they would be asking “What in the world is going on”.
I am very thankful to the T-Party people who are not accepting the premise that “government has all the answers” but most of them believe as Reagan stated “Government is not the solution, government is the problem”.
I saw the rise of that little goof in Germany, and my family paid a horrible price for the people ignoring that goof, but our loss pales when we see the millions upon millions who were murdered by him and the other totalitarian states.
Will we be able to awaken sufficient numbers? Will we be able to get them involved?
If we fail, I strongly suspect that the millions of millions previously murdered will be just “a walk in the park”. The miscreants plan to reduce (murder) at least 1/3 and some of them say 2/3rds of the worlds population and they are so sure that their plans will work that they have even published those figures. ARE WE LISTENING or do we think "that can't happen here"?.
Posted by JohnMinn on 05/05 at 02:43 PM | #
The more important question, I believe, is, "Will the parishioners stand for it?"
Will their congregations stand together and refuse to be silenced? Will they tell the government to keep their pathetic coercion attempt, shut up and go away?
I used to wonder how, in the 1930's the peaceful German people allowed so much to happen in so short a time. How could they 'let' so many freedoms be taken away, one-by-one by the early Nazi(national socialist) gov't? Now I think I'm beginning to understand.
Posted by George from Atlanta on 05/05 at 02:18 PM | #
Lester the 501C3 was a filthy trick the lawyers pulled off on the churches. And that which has followed is a con job intended to “make work” for lawyers. Have you ever wondered about how many Billions of dollars the BAR has made on that?
Frank, Corporation comes from the word Corpus (as in dead body). Dead bodies do not have Constitutionally guaranteed rights. That is why the “courts” work so desperately to make all cases before them to be commercial cases. There are very few Constitutional courts. Typically there is one in every State. If you allow a commercial court to adjudicate your suit, you DO NOT have Constitutionally guaranteed rights. To trap you, the “judge” will ask you to step before the bar. He has now brought you into HIS kingdom, and if you do ANYTHING that “king” does not like, he can stomp you into the ground. Secondly, if you step in front of that bar to practice law “before the bar”, then he can go after you for doing that. Want to see a “judge” “lose his cool”? When the judge calls you to come into his kingdom (in front of the bar) just state that “I am not a lawyer and am not licensed to practice before the bar, but if the judge desires that I come before the bar, I will gladly do so if you will preserve my Constitutional rights”. That may cost you a night in jail but by doing so the “judge” just violated the law. Just don’t step into his kingdom without reserving your rights.
They have made up their "rules to the game" and when you play on their "ball field" you had better remember ALL the rules, and don't forget, that is THEIR kingdom, and if you look like you're winning, he has the right to change the "rules of the game" played in his kingdom.
Posted by JohnMinn on 04/30 at 09:00 AM | #
Revolution Justified by God (Sermon Preached 10/5/1777) Original document @ http://ning.it/Jvk7P1
We Are Winning Our Great Country Back!!!!!!!!
Posted by Andrew Luck on 04/29 at 11:23 PM | #
June 28th 1864 - 38th Congress 1st session S.R. 74. Requesting the President to appoint a day for national humiliation and prayer.
Posted by Andrew Luck on 04/29 at 11:09 PM | #
The separation of church and state comes from the humanist manifesto and the USSR Const., Ch. 10, Art. 124, which says the church IN THE USSR is separated from the state; NOT the church in the USA.
The 1st Amendment is a prohibition on Congress, only it can violate the 1st Amendment. It was to prevent the establishment of a “national” church such as was had in England. The States were free to regulate religion. Nine of the original 13 States had “establishment” clauses declaring the Protestant religion to be the “established religion” in that State. The 14th Amendment imposed this prohibition upon the States.
Bob Jones University lost its tax exempt status for forbidding inter-racial dating, a violation of 501(c)(3) which forbids the teaching of a dogma “contrary to firmly established federal public policy” (there is no “federal” Americanism).
When a church incorporates, it becomes a state agency. It has exchanged it RIGHT to exist for a government granted privilege.
The S. Ct. in Hale vs. Henkle said: “...There is a clear distinction between an individual and a corporation. The individual may stand upon his constitutional rights as a citizen. He is entitled to carry on his private business in his own way. His power to contract is unlimited. He owes no duty to the State or to his neighbors to divulge his business, or to open his doors to an investigation, so far as it may tend to incriminate him. He owes no such duty to the State, since he receives nothing therefrom beyond the protection of his life and property. His rights are such as existed by the law of the land long antecedent to the organization of the State. He owes nothing to the public so long as he does not trespass upon their rights.”
“Upon the other hand, the corporation is a creature of the State. It is presumed to be incorporated for the benefit of the public. It receives certain special privileges and franchises, and holds them subject to the laws of the State and the limitations of its charter. Its powers are limited by law. It can make no contract not authorized by its charter. Its rights to act as a corporation are only preserved to it so long as it obeys the laws of its creation. There is a reserved right in the legislature to investigate its contracts and find out whether it has exceeded its powers. It would be a strange anomaly to hold that a State, having chartered a corporation to make use of certain franchises, could not inquire how these franchises had been employed, and whether they had been abused, and demand the production of the corporate books and papers for that purpose.”
A corporate church is a Baal temple.
Posted by frank on 04/29 at 07:34 PM | #
Will Pastors Risk Tax-Free Status to Help Save America?—Calling Black Robe Regiment II
Posted by Kelly OConnell on Apr 30, 2012 at 08:40 AM
Only One US Church Has Ever Lost Non-Profit Status Over Political Preaching
Long before America’s current absolute separation of church and state, colonial pastors regularly preached on politics. According to historians, 18th century sermons decisively encouraged future revolutionaries to resist King George. Moreover, in Western history, important and far-reaching political doctrines were typically deduced first by pastors, Christian professors, and believing philosophers, etc. In fact, without these eminent and brave men, there would be no modern free and prosperous West.
But today, American Believers languish in a ghetto assembled for anyone suggesting religion should influence public policy. Yet, as our currency reveals, previously such influences were assumed. If our forebears were under the same secularist strictures seen today, the early West would have never escaped mediocrity.More...
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