Election Sermons: A Vital Platform for Liberty

Since the imposition of the Johnson Amendment, 26 USC 501(c)3, churches incorporated under it have stopped hindering politician’s ambitions for our liberty, possessions, and life… I cannot in good conscience subject myself to the influence of such a corporation, since I see them no differently than the churches in Germany that went along with Hitler.

The Word of God has been watered down, perverted, and ignored by pastors who are only too willing to accepted perceived benefits from government in exchange for their cooperation in our enslavement. Our people have been given the impression that they can pick and choose what part of the Bible is relevant for their lives and for many God is portrayed like some benevolent grey bearded grandpa that loves and tolerates everything and everyone; the truth is much different, though it makes many in our society today a bit uncomfortable.

There is a legitimate historical reason to fear the God of Israel and ample examples of the consequence nations faced when they rejected him and his principles. The lessons of the past are also windows into our future when we fail to learn them; America is on the precipice of judgment, yet few pulpits today have men of God to sound the alarm… only agents of the state.

Americans must stop complying with laws, ordinances, rules, orders, edicts, or Supreme Court decisions that clearly run contrary to the Constitution. Sworn officers with police powers must obey their oaths by NOT enforcing laws that contravene the Constitution, turning their efforts towards the criminals in government that are violating their oaths and attacking the Constitution and Bill of Rights. A century ago you would have learned these things during an Election Sermon on the Sunday before an election; a practice most of you have never experienced today.

Here are some more truths that you would have learned at an Election Sermon:

Contrary to what many people today believe, the Constitution does not require the American people to do anything; it is the instruction manual, if you will, for our government. The Bill of Rights did not grant or give you any Rights but is there to PROHIBIT GOVERNMENT from intruding on the Rights your Creator gave you at birth… whether you believe in a Creator or not.

It is imperative that the people familiarize themselves with the government’s instruction manual and hold them to it. It is a natural tendency of men exercising power in government to expand that power; it is the responsibility of those with sworn allegiance to the Constitution to prevent others to do so. Ultimately, the people reserve the power to reboot the entire system by armed force if the other checks fail or get side-stepped; heaven help those officers in government when the people determine they have to do that.

Contrary to what many believe, ignorance is America’s greatest enemy. Globalism is using our public school system to gradually erase most of the knowledge of America, its achievements, accomplishments, positive contributions to the world, generosity of its people to all quarters of the world, and our exceptional place in the history of the world; it is not erasing our failures however… emphasizing early prejudices, institutions like slavery, and our more than 400 year conflict with native tribes by white settlers and government troops.

Like all nations, America and Americans have made mistakes and suffered the effects of ignorance, but unlike many others we have learned from those experiences and moved on… at least we’re trying to. But our independence and liberty are incompatible with a world government ruled by a corporate elite who believe they know better how to manage planet Earth; how many people there should be, who should get what resources and in what amounts, what races should be permitted to exist and how many, who does what and for how much compensation, if any, etc.

I don’t know about you but I have no intention of passing on that kind of a future to my children, neither should you. Isn’t it time to bring back the Election Sermons, preached in unincorporated churches that are accountable only to God?

An Election Sermon – 1768, by Daniel Shute

About Thomas Mick

My life has been anything but normal in my years upon this earth. I have been all over the American Republic, seen and experienced the different cultures and people that make up this wonderful land as a youth. Now that my family is grown I am back on the road revisiting it anew with a more mature outlook tempered with the wisdom that comes from experience. I am an American, my passion is America, and my life is devoted to restoring American liberty.
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