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The first 76-day cleansing cycle in the current Prophetic Year successfully laid the foundations for a new era of Kingdom building that lies ahead. The next cleansing cycle extends from February 5 to April 22, 2022, but we may also see the parallel cycle from January 27 to April 9, based on patterns of the past.
The world is being set free a step at a time. At first, America was leading this, as the world tends to look to us as a bastion of freedom. But now Canada has clearly taken the lead with the truckers occupying Ottawa and infecting Trudeau with the truckers variant and sending him into hiding. The Canadians have inspired truckers around the world, who are now organizing their own movements to overthrow the yoke of the deep state who are attempting to create what Klaus Schwab calls Humanity 2.0 by turning everyone into a GMO.
Even the liberal media, with their skewed polls, have been forced to admit that the majority of Canadians want all covid restrictions lifted. They claim the figure is 54 percent, but it is likely that the actual figure is closer to 70 percent.
Polls are supposed to monitor public opinion, but in recent decades they have been used to shape expectations so they will comply with the rigged voting machines.
There are reports of Ottawa police resigning rather than obeying orders to arrest truckers.
There are also reports of tow truck operators refusing to tow the trucks and instead joining the truckers in their protest.
So now the mayor has declared a state of emergency and is threatening to arrest anyone who brings fuel, food, or supplies to the truckers. They tried to tell the truckers that they have made their point and should now end the protest. However, the truckers know that if they go home without Trudeau’s resignation and without the restrictions lifted, nothing will change. They did not drive that distance just to make a point or to file a request. It’s a demand, not a request.
The bottom line is that this is a power struggle, and the deep state is trying desperately to retain its power over the people. Some false flags have already failed. Continue to pray that the deep state will be unable to succeed in hurting or killing people in its attempt to discredit the protest.
The Kingdom vs. Democracy
I have stated in the past that I am neither a Democrat nor a Republican. I am a monarchist that advocates Jesus Christ as King. When America’s founders were debating what form of government that we should have, George Washington was asked if he would consider being our king if they chose to install a monarchy. He declined, saying, “America already has a King.”
Our founders looked at the Scriptures and realized that in the absence of Jesus (in a personal capacity), the best form of government would imitate the time of the Judges prior to the monarchy period in Israel. So the president was given the role of a biblical judge, who was mostly a military commander in time of war, while retaining the sovereignty of the states (“tribes”).
So when they finally settled on America’s form of government, someone asked Benjamin Franklin, “What type of government have you given us?” He replied, “A Republic—if you can keep it.”
It was a Republic that recognized the Creator as the Source of all rights, as specified by the Declaration of Independence. The American Constitution derived its authority from this Declaration of Independence, which stated,
We hold these Truths to be self-evident, that all Men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness—-That to secure these Rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just Powers from the Consent of the Governed, that whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these Ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its Foundation on such Principles, and organizing its Powers in such Form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.
Governments are instituted “to secure these Rights”—not to grant them, but to secure (defend) men’s God-given rights. God, then, is the Source of all rights, and God’s law determines those rights. “You shall not steal” gives us the right to own our property without men or governments stealing from us. “You shall not murder” means the government is bound to defend us from being murdered.
The First Commandment also gives God the right to be recognized as King and as the Source of all laws governing the nation. Hence, the standard of morality for the nation is established by the laws of God, and the government lacks the authority to establish immorality as a “right.”
As Kingdom builders, it is our calling to support Jesus Christ’s right to rule as King. That is why I am a monarchist. Yet I also recognize that prior to the second coming of Christ, we were given judges to govern the states. These judges were to be stewards of Christ’s throne. At all times, they were supposed to ask themselves, “What would Jesus do?”
However, America fared no better than the tribes of Israel did in the days of the judges, for we read in Judges 21:25,
25 In those days there was no king in Israel; everyone did what was right in his own eyes.
In other words, men believed that they had the right to set their own standard of morality and behavior. Carnal men thus followed what Jesus called “the precepts of men” (Matthew 15:9). Casting aside the law of God and substituting the laws of men was the root problem in Israel of old and in America today. Unfortunately, even the church as a whole has claimed that the law of God was put away or set aside. I can understand when non-Christians follow the precepts of men, but Christians have little excuse, and Christian preachers have even less excuse.
Democracy gives the people the right to determine their own standards of morality and ethics. Democracy itself would not be a problem if it were subjected to the King and His laws, but unfortunately, Democracy always refuses to recognize the Creator’s rights. Hence, Democracy assumes that there is no Creator, and therefore, the Creator has no right to own His labor. It denies the Creator’s basic property rights and thus men violate the command, “Do not steal.”
As monarchists, we recognize the right of Jesus Christ to rule, because He has been anointed and appointed the King of Creation (1 Corinthians 15:27, 28) by the Creator Himself. This is the core issue today, as we prepare for the second coming of Christ.
The Four Kingdoms of Men
When the kings of Judah in Jerusalem usurped God’s throne and ruled according to their own will and pleasure, God judged them (and the whole earth) by giving the Dominion Mandate to Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon (Jeremiah 27:5, 6, 7, 8). This began a lengthy time in history called “the times of the gentiles” (Luke 21:24).
We have now lived so long under man-made governments that most people—even Christians—have lost the vision of Kingdom government. Only by knowing the Scriptures can we begin to understand what Kingdom government looks like, because we have no recent model to follow.
The first kingdom was Babylon, which set forth the model for an Absolute Monarchy. Such government meant that whatever the king decreed was the law, whether it was good or evil. Hence, the moral standard of Babylon was established and enforced by its king.
The second kingdom was Persia, which set forth the model for a Constitutional Monarchy. Such government meant that even the king was subject to his own law, as seen in Daniel 6:15,
15 … Recognize, O king, that it is a law of the Medes and Persians that no injunction or statute which the king establishes may be changed.
This principle was tested when the king was tricked into making a decree forbidding prayer for one month. Daniel refused to comply, and King Darius tried unsuccessfully to spare the prophet (Daniel 6:14). Darius was forced against his will to cast Daniel into the lions’ den overnight. If Nebuchadnezzar had faced this situation, he could have reversed his earlier decree, but Darius was unable to do so. Persia had a Constitutional Monarchy.
The third kingdom was Greece, which set forth the model for Democracy. While this form of government had certain advantages not seen in the others, it did not recognize the rights of the Creator to rule the nation but gave ultimate authority to the people.
The fourth kingdom was Rome, which set forth the model for a Republic, where the people elect representatives to govern them. This is far more efficient than a Democracy, where all of the people must vote upon every decision being proposed. A Republic is far more efficient than a pure Democracy, and so we often see a combination of the two.
In prophetic history, as revealed in Daniel 7, the four main kingdoms above represented a full cycle of men’s governments. What followed was called “another horn, a little one” (Daniel 7:8 NASB), which began a second cycle much like the first. This little horn was modeled after Babylon’s Absolute Monarchy and was also an extension of the Roman Empire. It was like Babylon, only it was a spiritual empire called the Roman Church.
The Roman Church was headed by a pope, who called himself the vicar of Christ. A vicar originally was defined as “a titular bishop appointed to administer to a vacant see in which the succession of bishops has been interrupted.” If the popes had remained stewards of Christ’s throne, doing only what Jesus would do if He were occupying the throne personally, there would not have been a problem. However, the popes usurped the throne of Christ, thinking that they were authorized to rule according to their own will.
So the Roman Church manifested the pattern of Babylon’s Absolute Monarchy.
The final form of government is that which is prophesied of Cyrus, the Persian (Isaiah 45:1). Whereas the first Persia was pictured as a bear (Daniel 7:5), this latter empire is ruled by the Messiah. That is where we find ourselves today. So I believe we ought to align ourselves with the times in which we live, according to biblical prophecy. Let's build the Kingdom together.