Deeply troubled by the Spirit of our Laws

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  1. stanleyg

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    My heart is deeply troubled concerning the Spirit of our Laws. Permit me to speak metaphorically, without respect to political correctness. It is vital for me to paint a lucid portrait of the vision the Holy Spirit has shown to me.

    I think it is important that our body of Christ hear my full message before any rush to judgment. I beseech you to pray about what I am about to tell you. By our Christian faith in Christ, permit only the Holy Spirit to guide your thoughts. Delay, for the moment, to click any link. It is imperative that you maintain your train of thought.

    Our United State Constitution is the foundation of America. The foundation, mortar and framework of any building determine its strength to withstand exterior forces that may come to tear down the structure to make it fall to the ground.

    Follow along with me. I am going to walk you step by step to prove to you the Holy Spirit that the architects or engineers (i.e. delegates of the Thirteen Colonies ) were being guided by at the time period when they met at the Philadelphia Convention to conceive the greatest humanitarian document ever inspired by God or composed by mankind, here today dubbed by its noble title as our United States Constitution and its sacred Bill of Rights.

    The architects or engineers had been blessed with the literary skills to read books. During their time period reading skills were rare and afforded only to the aristocrats (i.e. lawyers or statesman). Sunday School existed as the first form of public education during our early settlement of Puritans or Pilgrims et al.

    The Holy Bible was the predominant and/or only book that the Sunday School teachers had access to instruct their young students how to read. As we, know each delegate was articulate and artisan reading at the highest level.

    The book of Esther is a Sunday School lesson that instructs young students (i.e. Jew, Catholic or Christian) about how Haman gained favoritism with king Ahasuerus to harbor a demonic spirit to abuse the law for his ill will to commit genocide against the Jewish race.

    Moving backward in time, the delegates from Massachusetts, had witnessed the demonic horror of the Salem Witch Trials. The Holy Spirit had reminded them of the book of Esther. It terrified their spirit and, they withheld their vote to ratify the Constitution until the other delegates agreed to incorporate the Spirit of our Laws and the First Ten Amendments (i.e. Bill of Rights) into its framework.

    The architects or engineers were prudent that a time would come when the Devil would send other demonic spirits (i.e. false prophets, antichrists etc.) similar to Haman to tear down the foundation of the Constitution to make our framework collapse to the ground. Thus, they were compelled by their godly spirit to insert a clause to warrant against the likelihood of the latter event to occur.

    The architects installed Article III Section II Par 2 to provide explicit immunity for all cases against (i.e. ambassadors, consuls, public ministers) from territories (i.e. cities, states or nations) to originate in our Supreme Court to safeguard their open intercourse (i.e. freedom of speech) in the House of Representatives.

    Pay very close attention to the First Amendment that the architects or engineers drafted as the sunroof dome to cover the top of our building. It gives a clue of what was uttermost in their mind or governing their spirit.

    The engineers drafted the God given words on top of our building that pronounced to the world that America is a land of liberty and freedom against any form of religious persecution, for such is protected by the Spirit of our laws. The words have become as a sunroof dome top to cover our building where the sunlight (i.e. Holy Spirit of God) could shine through, yet shelter out the inclement weather (i.e. forces of evil), so that our nation would stand tall forever and never fall.
    France recognized the beauty of our architecture. Yet there was one more piece missing to complete its glory. They forwarded us the most spectacular gift that any nation could send to honor the cause of liberty.

    We have accepted France's noble gift of the Statue of Liberty. Her gift has become our welcome doormat. God's sacred words have been inscribed at her feet. These words invite the world to send us their suffering, so that we may offer them our refuge.

    Our architects or engineers laid out our sacred doormat and turned on our beacon of light to draw the world to America in the spirit of Christ.

    Now, a time has come, in our great nation, where our beacon of light no longer shines. The evil spirit of Haman found new birth in those, who oppose liberalism in favor of conservatism. They have colluded with our king to demean the Spirit of our laws to tease us, as Jacob did to Esau, so that we may hunger for the sweetness of the law. Within its sweetness is the agent that deteriorates our mortar that holds our structure firm.

    Amen!
     
  2. HankD

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    I agree with your statement, but 1) would add that there is also that evil element working in "radical" liberalism against traditional conservatism.

    For instance:The rights to "Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness" are all denied to those who are cut out of the womb in the name of the rights of the woman who bears the child. This "pro-choice" stance does not come forth out of traditional conservatism.

    2) The founding fathers also envisioned the "checks and balances" influence to keep the government on an even keel.

    3) Having said that, I would certainly agree with anyone who claims that modern conservatism has had it's failures and that liberalism is the natural "check and balance" response to these failures (that is to deal "compassionately" with the downtrodden).

    IMO liberalism has become more and more overreaching in its natural response to the non-response of "radical" conservatism's solution to the plight of the downtrodden "pull yourself up by your own bootstraps" (the "bah, humbug" solution) or to shift that responsibilty to "the 1000 points of light" (humbugism under a sanitized name) of the public sector.

    "Are there no workhouses, are there no poor houses, are there no orphanages?" Ebenezeer Scrooge.

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  3. stanleyg

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    Let's presume that our President appointed enough conservative Supreme Court Justices to overturn Roe v. Wade :

    Will the ruling:
    [A] Prevent mothers from aborting their unborn fetus
    Increase the population of mothers in prison
    [C] Both A & B

    I am sure you are familiar with the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act. The latter Act infringed upon the physician-patient privileges between professionals (e.g. physicians, psychiatrists or clinical social workers etc.). The legislation fostered the illusion to the public that it would prevent further child abuse or neglect of minors.

    In reality, the Act was another shrewd subterfuge concocted by the Dixiecrats (i.e Diehard) loyalists to chip away at our Bill of Rights.

    The Confedrate States (i.e. Anti-Federalists) have never forgiven the Federalists for dumping the Articles of Confederation in favor of our Constitution .

    These Johnny Reb soldiers have continued a fued for over two hundred years against our Union Army. The American Civil War hasn't persuaded them to give up their cause.

    Instead, these Dixiecrats have gone underground. They have adopted a new name as the right wing conservatives.

    Con means against or opposed to
    serve means to wait on or be subordinate to

    The doctrine of conservatism is opposed to being subordinate to the working class. Rather, it represents the elite class of capitalists, who were once the southern plantation owners.

    These traitors are circulating propoganda, surrounding morality issues (e.g. abortion, same-sex marriages etc.) to divide our Union. The latter is to use our laws to proselyte Christians to choose conservatism over liberalism. The latter has incited division and strife among our Union.

    If Christian voters continue to follow the political propoganda of these traitors to divide our Union, inevitably our great American empire will fall same as the Roman Empire.

    The book of Daniel is describing how a great kingdom is divided and given to the Medes and Persians.

    Amen!
     
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  4. rbell

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    so those that are pro-life are confederate soldiers?

    Methinks you are a bit loony...

    Amen!
     
  5. Bro. James Reed

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    Uh-oh...he's on to us.

    Yankee devils!

    YEEEEEEEEE-HAAAAAAAAAAW!!!!!!

    :laugh:
     
  6. HankD

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    Traditional Conservatism

    But Bro Stanley you did not address the issue that abortion (though the debate surrounding it may be used as a divisive tool by some/many) denies the right of Life Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness to those innocents (whose only crime seems to be that of having been conceived) who are legally put to death in a wilfull and premeditated act by the doctor, the mother and sometimes the father.

    Abortion is not a tenant of traditional conservatism.

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  7. El_Guero

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    The constitution, the articles of confederation, and the bill of rights are NOT GOD'S WORD - His Word is THE HOLY BIBLE.

    Sunday school in England was not in the USA before the revolution . . .

    Error upon error is not what the Word of God commands.

    Abortion? I won't even go into the rest of that stuff.
     
  8. HankD

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    True, but Stanley makes a valid point, one which I for the most part agree, that when those legal and foundational documents of the government are interpreted (or misinterpreted) to allow for the breaking of the Laws of God (especially against the innocent and/or defenseless) then we have not only the right but the duty to speak out.

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