Saturday, January 3, 2015

“God who gave us life gave us liberty. Can the liberties of a nation be secure when we have removed a conviction that these liberties are the gift of God?”

The quote above is part of the inscription on the Jefferson Memorial.  Without a doubt, it describes the inevitable fear of national(collective) insecurity that pervades in the minds of the general populous of America. The idea of "insecurity" would be pressed on us further by the powers that be who would be our Masters and their compliant lapdog - main stream media then reinforced by the liberal/socialist academia.  
 
That Liberty does indeed come from our Creator makes it Rightful.  Therefore, it is ours to be had and exercised without interference.  When interference is threatened or imposed, reasonable men reason together to resolve the infraction.  When tyrants would rule over free men, there comes a time when their evil must be met with opposing force of hand and will - the will to remain free and ready to employ any and all means necessary to be so.

This article was forwarded to me by another Patriot.  

Live in Liberty.

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2 comments:

  1. Of historical and Biblical note:

    A HIND LET LOOSE;
    OR, AN HISTORICAL REPRESENTATION
    OF THE T E S T I M O N I E S OF THE
    CHURCH OF SCOTLAND, FOR THE
    INTEREST OF CHRIST.
    BY MR. ALEXANDER SHIELDS.
    LATE MINISTER OF THE GOSPEL IN ST. ANDREW’s

    HEAD VI.
    The suffering of some,
    upon the account of extraordinary executing of Judgment upon notorious Incendiaries & murderous public Enemies, by private Persons in the circumstances wherein they were stated Vindicated.

    http://www.truecovenanter.com/shields/shields_hll_head6.html

    All the Scripture for all of life?

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  2. "That power [Civil Government] which is obliged, and appointed to command and rule justly and religiously, for the good of the people, and is only set over them on these conditions, and for that end, cannot tie them to subjection without resistance, when the power is abused to the destruction of laws, religion, and people; but all power is so obliged and appointed: therefore, whensoever it is so abused, it cannot tie people to subjection, but rather oblige them to rejection of it."
    ...
    "If then obedience to magistrates be duty, and non-obedience sin, and obedience to tyrants sin, and non-obedience duty; then by parity of reason, subjection to magistrates is duty, and non–subjection is sin, and also subjection to tyrants is sin, and non-subjection duty"
    ...
    "Under both Testaments, the people of God frequently in times of persecution have defended, vindicated, or recovered their religion and liberties by defensive arms, resisting the sovereign powers that sought to destroy them: therefore this may and ought to be done again, when these religious, civil, and natural privileges, are in the like hazard to be destroyed by the violent encroachments of the sovereign powers." [cites numerous examples]
    ...
    "We have in the scriptures many promises of the Lord’s approving and countenancing the duty of defensive arms, even against their oppressing rulers." [lists them]

    Defensive Arms Vindicated by Mr. Alexander Shields, Minister of the Gospel

    http://www.truecovenanter.com/shields/shields_hll_head5.html

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