So then, brethren, we are not the children of a bondwoman, but of the free woman. It was for freedom that Christ set us free; therefore keep standing firm and do not be subject again to the yoke of slavery. ~ Galatians 4: 31, 5:1
Freedom is never so precious as when you realize you no longer have it. Justice is never so important as it is when you seek it, and it cannot be found. It may never seem quite so remarkable as when it is found in the hands of someone more powerful than you. What then? Because so many of us have grown up at a time in which the foundations of freedom and justice have already been laid, and our rights and privileges have long been established and regularly enjoyed, we may not have a true sense of appreciation for just how amazing they are, and where they came from. To a large degree today, we take our freedom and the ability to secure justice for granted. But for most people in the past, and many still today, such luxuries were and are not common. If it were not for the Bible and its profound shaping influence on the founding of America and the drafting of its essential governing documents, it is doubtful we would enjoy the freedom we do or that school children would even know the phrase “with liberty and justice for all.”
In the Bible, courts exist for the purpose of securing justice. In light of that, the Founding Fathers saw fit to add ten amendments to the Constitution (the Bill of Rights), of which five addressed specific means of securing that justice. Called the Due Process Clauses, they include provisions such as the right to be safe from intrusive searches; to have a public trial, attorney, and a jury; to be free from self-incrimination or torture; to confront accusing witnesses, and to call witnesses in one’s defense; etc.~ Our Biblical Right to Confrontation, The Founders’ Bible
Good Sunday morning brothers and sisters, or, as our Good Shepherd likes to call it, the Lord’s Day. Reading the Galatians passage followed by the “Our Biblical Right…” passage from the Founders’ Bible really drove home the absolutely horrific dark nightmare of despotism our country has entered into. There are a disproportionate number of Christian veterans rotting in DC gulags 16 months after January 6th without the due process they risked their own lives to preserve…on this 5th day of the same “Pride Month” assault on God by the very same enemy that has imprisoned them. I have one such brother, who “fears only God” is one of many being threatened with 80 years behind bars if they don’t take plea deals. Please keep Derek, his wife and daughter in your prayers. He recently sent me this 3-minute message on the Spirit of Antichrist that is so alive and well in Albany today, delivered by his friend Pastor James. Please watch and understand the evil we are up against.
Another great California pastor who is standing up and speaking truth to the evil powers coming after our freedoms is Pastor John MacArthur who invoked Isaiah 59 in his response to the Uvalde Texas “False Flag” murders…
For our transgressions are multiplied before You, And our sins testify against us; For our transgressions are with us, And we know our iniquities: Transgressions and denying the Lord, And turning away from our God, Speaking oppression and revolt, Conceiving in and uttering from the heart lying words. ~ Isaiah 59:12,13
So, the Lord gave me the word that connects the evil in Washington to the evil in Albany to the evil in Uvalde to the Pharmacia evil Dr. David Martin calls out in this compelling 12-minute explanation of their crime: “MURDER”
Definition of skullduggery
noun, plural skull·dug·ger·ies.
dishonorable proceedings; mean dishonesty or trickery: They dealt in bribery, graft, and other such skullduggery.
an instance of dishonest or deceitful behavior; trick.
This cursed State of Skullduggery so perfectly prophesied in Isaiah 59 is our well-deserved “judgement”. There is nothing…there is NOBODY coming to our rescue. No justice…no light…no salvation…no righteousness…no uprightness!
That being said…
The Person who rebukes the wicked will be blessed. ~ Proverbs 24:24
There is another Good Shepherd from California, Mario Murillo…
“Whatever demon told you not to speak out against the issues, the issues of evil. Whatever devil told you to do that, rebuke it right now. Because your silence is your worst enemy.” ~ The Devil Wants To Cripple America
I sent the above quote and video clip to the sleeping shepherds of my old church who’ve accepted the enemy’s “GAG ORDER”, with the following note:
The hardest words in the English language, “I’m sorry…I was wrong.”
I have learned a most important lesson brothers and sisters. Skullduggery’s very best friends are those good people who remain silent in the face of evil! I recently wrote a letter to the mayor of Vernon to let him know that flying the Pride Flag above his town was a very, very bad move on his part. Will my letter alone have any impact on this public official’s decision to turn from God to the “Progressive”? Doubtful. BUT…imagine if the sleeping shepherds of Vernon awakened to their Good Shepherd-calling and led the community to speak out against the assault…imagine!
Love and truth form a good leader; sound leadership is founded on loving integrity. ~ Proverbs 20:28
Brothers and sisters, there is absolutely nothing at all loving about being silent in the face of evil. It is, in fact, the most cowardly thing I can think of.
EXCELLENT…. Everyone will take to the streets to help after a disaster but who is on the street preventing the disaster?
Thanks sister! You just brought this great Twain quote to mind: “In the beginning of a change the patriot is a scarce man, and brave, and hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot.”