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Today is the day that I have come to Christ.

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Update for those you are criticizing me over my language. I apologize for the error in the use of my language, but know that it is my intent that is important. I will continue pursuing my relationship with God so that I can strengthen my belief in love.
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It has been a day of celebration for me today. Today is the day that I have come to Christ.

I am sharing my story with you to invite you to join in the celebration of my wonderful gift!

I would very much like to share the wonderful news of God revealing himself to me as Jesus Christ! I have been right in my heart with God for a long time, but I have not been a Christian. I have long believed that I died and was reborn a long time ago. However, the message came from God directly and not through the absorbing the teachings of Christ. I didn't understand why God would need to send Christ, thus I never recognized him for Him.

I do believe that when it is said cometh through me, it means that the actual values I am describing did not exist prior to the occurrence of Christ. This was my misconception, because this value was naturally in my heart, and was not taught and was merely self evident, I assumed that prior to Jesus Christ this was the case.

I had heard the words of men “God through Christ” many times and denied them; this is because it is not the case! I am a skeptic of men! I trust no man! God has said to trust only him. And I have written the following and included statements made by Jesus as evidence. This is my testimony.

The problem was that I had not ever sought teachings of Christ words directly. They are nothing more than the truths that I already proclaim in my heart to be self-evident, that I would argue is the core of our libertarian philosophy----Do unto others as you would have them do unto you! Love thy neighbor as thyself.

But we know so little of love that it was necessary for Jesus Christ to come and teach its meaning. I came to Christ through God, from internal reflection –dialogue with God- but I did not come to God through Christ. I was always with God, but the values of which I speak did not exist prior to Christ.

I've spent most of the day today reading the words of Jesus Christ, and sharing my testimony with those who are closest to me. It is cause for great celebration for I recognize him for Him!

John 6:44-45 - So Jesus answered them, "Do not grumble among yourselves. Nobody comes to me unless he is drawn to me by the Father who sent me, and I will raise him up when the last day comes. In the prophets it is written -'And they shall all be taught by God,' and this means that everybody who has heard the Father's voice and learned from him will come to me.

I see now that this message I received from God-- the teachings of Christ, had not been given to world until Christ. I understand that Christ was necessary to deliver the message of the true meaning of God's Law, which is unconditional love. Through this it has been revealed to me and I believe that Christ is the Lord.

We are the judge of no men! We have no jurisdiction over any man, and those who claim they do are evil. I cannot punish a man for anything- when I have no jurisdiction over him to begin with! This applies to murderers even, we must not be angry with them lest we be committing ourselves to stand his trial! We have been told to forgive all men, without condition. It does not matter the crime.

Matthew 6:14-15 - "For if you forgive other people their failures, your Heavenly Father will also forgive you. But if you will not forgive other people, neither will your Heavenly Father forgive you your failures."

Matthew 5:21-22 - "You have heard that it was said to the people in the old days, 'You shall not murder', and anyone who does must stand his trial. But I say to you that anyone who is angry with his brother must stand his trial; anyone who contemptuously calls his brother a fool must face the supreme court; and anyone who looks on his brother as a lost soul is himself heading straight for the fire of destruction.

He taught us that the interpretation of Gods law is not found in the language but it is in the intent, he said it in a way that we could all understand it. He was explaining the law to them! But men are wicked and they do not see their greed and their false belief in jurisdiction keeps them blind for they do not know love.

We pray for the receipt of their grace—their gift! And we must be angry with no one! For we have no authority because we have no jurisdiction!

I did not see the source of this knowledge in the teachings of many who had claimed to come in the name of Jesus. But I see that is because many of these teachers were false teachers claiming to be Christians when they do not know the meaning. Do not know the message. They do not know Christ.

Matthew 7:22-23 - "In 'that day' many will say to me, 'Lord, Lord, didn't we preach in your name, didn't we cast out devils in your name, and do many great things in your name?' Then I shall tell them plainly, 'I have never known you. Go away from me, you have worked on the side of evil!'"

It truly is the belief in unconditional love, and it is the moral baseline for all of the teaching of Christ.

The misconception that I personally attribute not coming to this conclusion is having heard a man say "you must go through Christ to get to God" but I knew this in my heart not to be and that is what I was challenging. I believe this is the meaning of what Jesus said was "through God you will come to Christ"

The distinction is significant because the meaning is that God is actively pursuing a relationship with man through the figure of Jesus Christ but if we don't recognize him as Him, then we are blind. And only the spirit can reveal that.

God has shown me and I have learned. Is that not how we know anything? We see and then we learn? Be careful of that which man hath shown you, because you may learn something that is not love. It is in our nature as man. Trust only in God and you will recognize that which is not love. This is the law.

The is affirmed most succinctly by Jesus in Luke 10:25-28. As Hillel wrote, all the rest is just commentary.

Luke 10:25 - Then one of the experts in the Law stood up to test him and said, "Master, what must I do to be sure of eternal life?"
Luke 10:26 - "What does the Law say and what has your reading taught you?" said Jesus.
Luke 10:27 - "The Law says, 'You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your strength, and with all your mind', and 'your neighbour as yourself'," he replied.
Luke 10:28 - "Quite right," said Jesus. "Do that and you will live."

I would like to add that the commentary is of importance because we know so little of the meaning of love. We must view the world from Gods point of view. Supporting words from Jesus:

Mark 10:5-9 - "Moses gave you that commandment," returned Jesus, "because you know so little of the meaning of love…..”

Mark 8:31-33 – “…. "Out of my way, Satan!" he said. "Peter, you are not looking at things from God's point of view, but from man's!"

I want to add is that this is not about religion or dogma. If it is not love then is breaking Gods commandment as Jesus warns about the dangers of tradition! The warning against dogma was clearly expressed, and it is analogous to those who take an oath and then blindly follow it and commit acts of violence in the name of their oath. Furthermore, he also warned against oaths. I present the following two verses as evidence.

Matthew 5:33-37 - "Again, you have heard that the people in the old days were told - 'You shall not swear falsely, but shall perform your oaths to the Lord', but I say to you, don't use an oath at all. Don't swear by Heaven for it is God's throne, nor by the earth for it is his footstool, nor by Jerusalem for it is the city of the great king. No, and don't swear by your own head, for you cannot make a single hair - white or black! Whatever you have to say let your 'yes' be a plain 'yes' and your 'no' a plain 'no' - anything more than this has a taint of evil.

Matthew 15:3-9 - "Tell me," replied Jesus, "why do you break God's commandment through your tradition? For God said, 'Honour your father and your mother', and 'He who curses father or mother, let him be put to death' . But you say that if a man tells his parents, 'Whatever use I might have been to you is now given to God', then he owes no further duty to his parents. And so your tradition empties the commandment of God of all its meaning. You hypocrites! Isaiah describes you beautifully when he said: 'These people draw near to me with their mouth, and honour me with their lips, but their heart is far from me. And in vain they worship me, teaching as doctrines the commandments of men'."

Further, I would like to leave with the following message about false religious teachers. The fruit in reference is to their students. Do their students love unconditionally? Do they claim to speak of their love unconditional yet cast accusations or pass judgment about the deeds of others? They have been taught falsely of their jurisdiction.

Matthew 7:15-20 - "Be on your guard against false religious teachers, who come to you dressed up as sheep but are really greedy wolves. You can tell them by their fruit. Do you pick a bunch of grapes from a thorn-bush or figs from a clump of thistles? Every good tree produces good fruit, but a bad tree produces bad fruit. A good tree is incapable of producing bad fruit, and a bad tree cannot produce good fruit. The tree that fails to produce good fruit is cut down and burnt. So you may know men by their fruit."

My brothers and sisters, believe this, you need not worry! for those who claim jurisdiction over the earth are in contempt of its court, and if they do not recognize their contempt a judgment will surely be placed against them.

Written on 16th and 17th days of February 2013.

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The "living god", if there is

The "living god", if there is such a thing, does not have a name.

How do you know? What if He

How do you know? What if He told me His name?

I always get a kick out of

I always get a kick out of god being a male. Does god have a penis?

Adam was created in God's image

that does not mean God has a penis it just means that God originally created mankind perfect and without sin before the great fall. We cannot completely understand God, if we could He would cease to be God. He is perceived to be male because the Bible says "He" and Jesus was a man. Therefore, God being a triune God and His Son being a man, it is easy to see how God is perceived as a male.

Isaiah 2:4
And he shall judge among the nations, and shall rebuke many people: and they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruning hooks: nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more.

Always an excuse with a

Always an excuse with a theist. If something doesn't make sense then it's because god is perfect and humans can't possibly comprehend all of the perfection that is the bible.

The whole thing is fishy. Now I understand YOU accept the christian dogma as FACT but I don't. There's very little truth that doesn't involve magic and the supernatural.

I wish you could

understand the truth, reason and love that is found in the God's Word and realize how greatly He does care about you. I understand there is hardship and pain in this world and God says there would and will be. It is the state of fallen humanity and we know nothing different because it has been this way from the beginning of time. We cannot understand God because He is not bound to space, time and matter as we are. He dwells in a completely spiritual realm and if you are not reborn spiritually in Christ you are even further from being able and willing to understand. I am opened minded enough to understand that MANY do not want God and I understand why. They have not seen God-seeing is believing. However, I would like to help you understand 1 thing. Being an Atheist takes more faith than being a Christian. You also believe in things you don't see, but you have no foundation for your beliefs outside of secular humanism and the theory of evolution.

Take evolution vs creation for example... Christians (who have not compromised with evolutionists) believe what the Bible says and look around and see what a beautiful world, in nature, God has created. Evolutionists largely do not believe in God, come up with theories to why we exist, all without any seeable proof (as God is not physically seen as well), but do not have a foundation for those theories except to come up with excuses to why there cannot be a God.

Isaiah 2:4
And he shall judge among the nations, and shall rebuke many people: and they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruning hooks: nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more.

Human beings created religion

Human beings created religion mostly as a way of explaining the un-explainable. People didn't have answers to questions like "What happens when you die?" and "Where did we come from?" so they told stories.

That fight between god and "the devil" only exists in your mind. It's not about rejecting god or not wanting god. There is no god in the sense written about in the bible.

Again, save your pitty. Or I'm going to start anti-praying (whatever that is) for you to see the truth.

These stories you mention

came from the original people: Adam and his descendants. God also has appeared to many in Bible times, Moses for example who wrote the Torah (first 5 books of the Bible). All the prophets heard from God. God spoke. He mostly spoke directly to those in the old testament, but in the New Testament He spoke directly to Jesus and He spoke to Paul before he became the greatest evangelist mentioned in the Bible.

Again you are not pitied, you are just wrong and I understand why you don't understand. Try not to sound so passionless about your stance though... If you knew Christ you would know true passion.

Isaiah 2:4
And he shall judge among the nations, and shall rebuke many people: and they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruning hooks: nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more.

I don't care what it says in

I don't care what it says in the bible. That is part of your dogma which is not based on scientific fact. It's just a book written 2000 years ago, get over it.

Science could learn

from the Bible. There are scientific things the Bible speaks of that 'science' found out way later. Especially things about cleanliness and things about the body.

Isaiah 2:4
And he shall judge among the nations, and shall rebuke many people: and they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruning hooks: nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more.

Science isn't a religion.

Science isn't a religion. Sure there's some science that made it inside the bible.

Then that would be your name

Then that would be your name for him/her/it. As soon as others should call him/her/it by the same name, things have crossed over into dogma.

Here are a couple names lol

God has a huge amount of names see this link below:

http://www.smilegodlovesyou.org/names.html

here are just a few:

ELOHIM......Genesis 1:1, Psalm 19:1
meaning "God", a reference to God's power and might.
ADONAI......Malachi 1:6
meaning "Lord", a reference to the Lordship of God.
JEHOVAH--YAHWEH.....Genesis 2:4
a reference to God's divine salvation.
JEHOVAH-MACCADDESHEM.......Exodus 31:13
meaning "The Lord thy sanctifier"
JEHOVAH-ROHI......Psalm 23:1
meaning "The Lord my shepherd"
JEHOVAH-SHAMMAH.......Ezekiel 48:35
meaning "The Lord who is present"
JEHOVAH-RAPHA.........Exodus 15:26
meaning "The Lord our healer"
JEHOVAH-TSIDKENU......Jeremiah 23:6
meaning "The Lord our righteousness"
JEHOVAH-JIREH.........Genesis 22:13-14
meaning "The Lord will provide"
JEHOVAH-NISSI.........Exodus 17:15
meaning "The Lord our banner"
JEHOVAH-SHALOM........Judges 6:24
meaning "The Lord is peace"
JEHOVAH-SABBAOTH......Isaiah 6:1-3
meaning "The Lord of Hosts"
JEHOVAH-GMOLAH........Jeremiah 51:6
meaning "The God of Recompense"
EL-ELYON..............Genesis 14:17-20,Isaiah 14:13-14
meaning "The most high God
EL-ROI................Genesis 16:13
meaning "The strong one who sees"
EL-SHADDAI............Genesis 17:1,Psalm 91:1
meaning "The God of the mountains or God Almighty"
EL-OLAM...............Isaiah 40:28-31
meaning "The everlasting God"

Isaiah 2:4
And he shall judge among the nations, and shall rebuke many people: and they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruning hooks: nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more.

What point are you trying to

What point are you trying to make with this?

You can't have a sensible

You can't have a sensible argument with someone when they take the christian dogma as fact.

A theist will keep replying with "well it doth sayeth this in the bible.. he who milks the early tit getith the cheese"

Until you allow God to change your heart

we will have to agree to disagree on a relationship with God. At least we can come together and agree with personal liberty whether you feel that is related to God and Christ or not. It is a good foundation to start with even if a little shaky.

Isaiah 2:4
And he shall judge among the nations, and shall rebuke many people: and they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruning hooks: nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more.

What does that even mean?

What does that even mean? Change your heart? The heart is an organ that helps pump blood throughout the circulatory system.

It's statements like that that get to me. Like that christians feel bad for me that I don't accept their dogma as fact. Don't pitty me please. I'm a much stronger individual than someone who puts their faith in a supernatural god.

But ya at least the belief in personal liberty can even bring christians into the mix here at that daily paul.

Even though chrisitanity is a shaky foundation for personal liberty you are at the right website if you love liberty.

I wont pity you and I don't

its your choice and right to believe as you wish. It takes a change of heart to realize you need forgiveness that only the God of the Bible offers.

Isaiah 2:4
And he shall judge among the nations, and shall rebuke many people: and they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruning hooks: nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more.

Maybe in your mind. I don't

Maybe in your mind. I don't need any forgiveness from a magical non-human human-like omnipresent entity.

That's another good point. Religion is always trying to make people feel guilty.

So I take it that you don't

believe in good and evil in this world. You must not believe in any form of moral law and that everything is subjective and that you can do whatever you like without any cause and effect reaction from your actions.

Isaiah 2:4
And he shall judge among the nations, and shall rebuke many people: and they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruning hooks: nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more.

It does not logically follow

It does not logically follow that if a person "doesn't need any forgiveness from a magical non-human human-like omnipresent entity", that they "don't believe in good and evil in this world", and "must not believe in any form of moral law and that everything is subjective and that you can do whatever you like without any cause and effect reaction from your actions".

That is because

you do not understand forgiveness. We need forgiveness because of the things we've done. He doesn't believe in forgiveness so that might mean he does not believe in good and evil, moral law etc. If you don't think actions you've done are wrong there is a major disconnect from reality there. Let me know if I need to explain anything else you can't understand.

How about you tell me for yourself? Do you believe in good, evil and moral law? If not you need to exit yourself from ever returning to this website based on liberty. If so...well, you just let me know :)

Isaiah 2:4
And he shall judge among the nations, and shall rebuke many people: and they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruning hooks: nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more.

Whether or not a person needs

Whether or not a person needs forgiveness depends upon whether or not they have transgressed against another. If they haven't, they don't. If they have, what is relevant is righting the wrong. Forgiveness, although useful, is secondary, and between the victim and the transgressor. Choosing to involve a third party/entity is up to the individual.

That said, what really needs to be addressed is the logical error contained in your previous post, and continued here, that is the false dichotomy, that if a person "doesn't need any forgiveness from a magical non-human human-like omnipresent entity", they "don't believe in good and evil in this world", and "must not believe in any form of moral law and that everything is subjective and that you can do whatever you like without any cause and effect reaction from your actions".

A false dichotomy is a type of informal fallacy that involves a situation in which limited alternatives are considered, when in fact there is at least one additional option. In this case it is clear that you have attempted to exclude any other possible alternatives, either by mistake, or deliberately.

As someone who recognizes what Ron Paul has done for him, you must have at least some familiarity with non-sequiturs and false dichotomies. Here are some of the more common examples:

You don't support government-run schools, so you "don't care about children".

You don't support welfare, so you "don't care about the poor".

You don't support affirmative action, so you "don't care about women and minorities"

You don't support undeclared wars, so you "don't support the troops".

All sin,

no matter how small-a white lie or impure thought-or how great-murder-is against God. You're right, it is up to the individual to seek forgiveness from God.

You don't realize that what I have presented to you is indeed not a false dichotomy, so let me explain (though I realize now that the way I presented it could have been better). This is in fact what I've been waiting to state. If someone believes they do not need forgiveness for the things they have done that are wrong they either have a very loose moral compass or no sense of morality at all. Morality is not subjective. It cannot be. If it was I would be able to do whatever I see fit, murder or rape or fill in the blank. Why do you think we have laws and where did they originate? So to make a long story short here, if you don't feel you need forgiveness for your lust, hate, covetousness, etc., etc. you think theirs nothing wrong and therefore you have no moral compass. You then become what the Bible rightfully calls a reprobate. The reason I added, "you can do whatever you like without any cause and effect reaction from your actions" if because you or the original people I was replying to do not believe in God or His judgment.

Let me quickly go 1 step further and we can talk about it if you want. If you believe in good and evil, which I'm sure you do, you must then believe in moral law. If you then believe in moral law then there needs to be a moral law giver. Given that moral law is embedded within each of us-it is wrong to steal, rape, murder, etc.-this moral law giver must be transcendent above us. Think about it.

I appreciate your comment. It shows that you are definitely thinking about it.

Isaiah 2:4
And he shall judge among the nations, and shall rebuke many people: and they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruning hooks: nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more.

The number of problems with

The number of problems with your claims are too numerous for me to want to cover exhaustively, but I will try to touch on the highlights.

1) Are you a proponent of liberty? If so, how do you reconcile this with the idea that there is such a thing as thought crime?

2) Are you a proponent of liberty? If so, how do you reconcile claims that if someone does not believe exactly as you do, they are a bad person?

3) You seem to think that it's OK to lecture others on morality. Doesn't the very belief system you are so vehemently espousing caution against self-righteousness and encourage humbleness?

4) Is it not dogmatic to claim that a moral compass must come from a god, and can have no other source?

5) Is it not even more dogmatic to claim that a moral compass must specifically come from your "God", and can have no other source?

6) Has it ever occurred to you that people can get along in peace and harmony without your being there to tell them how to do it?

7) How will it be possible to end wars and minimize strife in general with people going around and impugning others for not believing exactly as they do? Doesn't minimizing strife come from respecting others?

8) Is it not the primary principle of liberty that as long as no one's rights are violated, people are free to think and act as they choose?

Good questions

1) Are you a proponent of liberty? If so, how do you reconcile this with the idea that there is such a thing as thought crime?

The Bible says if you think it it is the same as doing it because the thought is in your heart. Being tempted is not a sin but once you've acted upon it in your mind or in deed it's sin. I can be a proponent of Liberty and believe this because I am not condemning others for their thoughts. I have evil thoughts from time to time like everyone and I believe what the Bible says.

2) Are you a proponent of liberty? If so, how do you reconcile claims that if someone does not believe exactly as you do, they are a bad person?

I'm not saying they are bad people, in fact they are probably very decent people. Though being good will not save you from your sins. Only repentance and forgiveness before the Lord can. I was just making a simple statement about morality, but I don't think you can completely understand that without being alive spiritually.

3) You seem to think that it's OK to lecture others on morality. Doesn't the very belief system you are so vehemently espousing caution against self-righteousness and encourage humbleness?

You're right about that. Not 100% sure you followed or understand the entire conversation, but you are correct about self-righteousness and humbleness. As far as lecturing others that is ok. I am just not to judge a nonbeliever for their unbelief. I was merely trying to make an if-then statement, not intending to judge them.

4) Is it not dogmatic to claim that a moral compass must come from a god, and can have no other source?

Unless you can logically explain to me how morality 'evolved' what other choice is there? I used a sort of reasoning to explain it, so no, I don't think that was dogmatic.

5) Is it not even more dogmatic to claim that a moral compass must specifically come from your "God", and can have no other source?

If you can attempt to explain where morality, thus our laws would have come from outside of God I am listening and willing to hear your thoughts. Even our founders who were not all Christian believed our right to liberty was from God. Are you discounting what the founders have said?

6) Has it ever occurred to you that people can get along in peace and harmony without your being there to tell them how to do it?

Of course, there are many many more adequate people than me.

7) How will it be possible to end wars and minimize strife in general with people going around and impugning others for not believing exactly as they do? Doesn't minimizing strife come from respecting others?

This is a very good question and one that I understand will be difficult for you to totally get from my explanation. It is possible because Christ brings true peace, joy and love. Christians are to be a light in the darkness, salt to the earth and show love to the unlovable all of which can be nearly impossible as times. We are not to judge nonbelievers for their disbelief and believe it or not the best witness is to live your life like you say you believe-Walking the walk. I know I've definitely messed it up a lot and am far from anything perfect. Respect is not always what minimizes strife though. It definitely helps, but love also works into that.

8) Is it not the primary principle of liberty that as long as no one's rights are violated, people are free to think and act as they choose?

That is man's version of liberty and it would be nice to at least get back to that without all the intrusion, but ultimate liberty comes from Christ liberating us from our sin.

Isaiah 2:4
And he shall judge among the nations, and shall rebuke many people: and they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruning hooks: nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more.

This needs to be sent to all legislators

Proclamation of Liberty

(Leviticus 25:10 . . . proclaim Liberty throughout [all] the land unto all the inhabitants thereof:)

We The People; in order to form a more perfect union and set ourselves free from oppression; demand that all of the legislative branches of government: federal, state and local, including the President and Vice President, shall repeal and cease to enforce all and every piece of man-made legislation, all of which is criminal; fraudulent and treason against the God in Whom we trust and also against we His people.

YHWH ("I AM") has expressly forbidden men from legislating (Deuteronomy 4:2) and has commanded that any and all persons found guilty of so doing should be executed by public stoning, or by any other means available to carry out that task.

Usury is unlawful; expressly prohibited, and therefore:

We The People demand that the Federal Reserve Bank be prohibited from charging interest and that all interest payments already paid to the FRB shall be refunded, in full, forthwith and redistributed equally amongst all the citizens of these united States of America.

We The People therefore give the legislators, including the President and Vice-President, 15 days to take the necessary steps to repeal all previous man-made legislation and revert to enforcing only God's Laws in The Bible. Failure to comply with this order from We The People and the direct Command of God; as expressed in The Bible; will result in the guilty being executed.

We The People demand that all persons convicted under man-made legislation and therefore wrongfully imprisoned shall be released immediately and the judges who unlawfully condemned and sentenced them shall take their places in prison and personally, from their own funds, not the state purse, compensate the offended persons for their wrongful imprisonment.

Furthermore: anyone collaborating with the enemy; by seeking to or enforcing and/or administering any of the aforementioned illegal legislation against We The People; is guilty of the same crimes as the legislators and will, according to God's Law, also be executed in accordance with The Law.

You have been warned.

Signed:

The Fremen

http://jahtruth.net/plan.htm

"Its easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled."
Mark Twain

excellent post.

excellent post.

I rejoice with all of heaven

I rejoice with all of heaven and with you! Jesus Christ is the only truth that I can focus my mind upon without it eventually being derailed by fear and lies. He is my refuge and my strength!

Good luck with that, sport

Good luck with that, sport

“Disobedience is the true foundation of liberty. The obedient must be slaves.”― Henry David Thoreau