‘Those who are still afraid of men have no fear of God, and those who have fear of God have ceased to be afraid of men.” -Dietrich Bonhoeffer
It has been said that what you fear is what you serve, and you can tell what men fear by what it is that they serve. The root of fear is control, and a good question to ask yourself what it is that controls you, or whom is it that leads you (Romans 8:14). One is diabolical, partaking of any quality ascribed to the devil (2 Timothy 2:26), and one is filial (Pertaining to a son or daughter; becoming a child in relation to his parents).
We are to fear the Lord (Proverbs 9:10), not men (Luke 12:4-5).
In the face of tyranny, anarchy, brute force, the sword, in short, totalitarianism lies ahead of those who submit to tyrants that is showing itself for what really is, the masks go on the people as the masks are removed from the corrupt politicians of the day. It is not a virus that they are attacking, it is the people that they are attacking.
It has to amaze those who are outside of Christ as to why the ones who profess to belong to Him are bowing the knee at every unlawful edict given by this government.
Man fails to realize that in refusing to be ruled by God’s government (Exodus 18:25), he ends up being ruled by tyrants (2 Corinthians 3:17).
- The Murder of the innocent (Proverbs 6:17)
- Sodomy (2 Peter 2:6)
- Indoctrination in educations (Hosea 4:6)
- Corruption in the Church (1 Samuel 3)
- Corruption in Politics (Psalm 94:20) etc…
This is happening because those that claim to be Christians do not know the Scriptures (John 7:17), for they have not studied the Scriptures (2 Timothy 2:15) to know for themselves.
“My People are destroyed for a lack of knowledge.” -Hosea 4:6
Nor do they have the Spirit of God (Jude 1:19).
There are hirelings (John 10:12) in the pulpits across the country who are not ordained to be there in the first place, teaching the Scripture without the Spirit (2 Corinthians 3:6), which brings about the wresting and meanings turned inside out and or backwards (Isaiah 59). The man that wants to be in the pulpit is called of the devil, the man that does not want to be there is called of God (Moses Exodus 4:10, Gideon Judges 6:15, Peter and John Acts 4:13, 1 Corinthians 1:27).
What it is that the patriarchs in the Bible, or our forefathers in the Church through the preachers of the revolutionary time “The Black Robed Regiment,” and what it is that they, by the Spirit of God (Zechariah 4:6) established, stands in stark contrast to the feeble and cowardly of today (Revelation 21:8).
One such example is that told of the Son of liberty Patrick Henry:
“GIVE ME LIBERTY OR GIVE ME DEATH,” these famous words came from a pony tailed patriot named Patrick Henry. PATRICK HENRY SHOCKED! What shocked him as he rode his horse into the small town of Culpeper Virginia? March 1775 on that day Patrick Henry saw a Preacher of the gospel tied to a whipping post. The minister was taking a merciless beating lashes with a whip laced with metal. They whipped him just like JESUS was whipped until the bones protruded threw his flesh. Patrick Henry is quoted as saying, “When they stopped beating him, I could see the bones of his ribcage. I turned to someone and asked what the man had done to deserve such a beating as this.”
Somebody answered and said that the man being scourged was a minister who refused to take a license. He was one of twelve who was locked in jail because they refused to take a license. Three days later they scourged him to death.
That incident sparked Christian attorney Patrick Henry to write the famous words which later became the rallying cry of the Revolution. “What is it that Gentlemen wish? What would they have? Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery?
Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but for me GIVE ME LIBERTY OR GIVE ME DEATH!” Later he made this part of his famous speech at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Williamsburg, Virginia.”
In conclusion: To those in the American Church that have resisted and defied tyranny, we at the Sons of Liberty salute you.
You stand where others falter (1 Corinthians 15:58), you are strong (Proverbs 28:1) where others are weak, you are courageous (2 Timothy 1:7) where others cower. While others ran, you turned and charged the gates of Hell (Matthew 16:15-20), you glorify the Christ that bought you with His blood (Revelation 1:5).
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