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The so-called democracies of the Western nations are in the process of discrediting the whole idea of democracy in the eyes of the rest of the world, even as the Kingdom of God rises. The idea that people’s vote actually counts has been exposed as a fraud, as election rigging is now seen to be the norm throughout the world—especially in Western-dominated countries.
That alone exposes the pseudo-democracies, designed to perpetuate the colonial structure. While the old-style colonialism has waned in the past century, neo-colonialism replaced it. This is where the colonial nations agreed to install native leaders who are beholden to them, being handpicked by the West to be the buffer and to give the appearance of independence.
As neo-colonialism is exposed, these “democracies” find it increasingly necessary to engage in censorship through the mainstream media. It is now reaching the point where one can be fined or even jailed for disagreeing with the official government narrative. When governments assume a role as arbiters of truth, we are indeed in serious trouble. The whole point of a “free press” was to prevent government control of the news and of truth itself.
So the idea that “we are a democracy” is now in stage 4 cancer and moving quickly toward the cemetery of history. The new generation arising is the idea of the Kingdom. It will grow and mature over time, of course. The kingdoms of men must give way to the Kingdom of God. For us, it is the ascent of HM King Jesus, the Christ of God, whose character and demonstrated love for the world has earned Him the right to rule the earth.
His right is more inherent, of course, because “all things came into being through Him,” that is, through His word (John 1:3). Hence, it was by His labor that the universe was created, making Him the rightful Owner of all things. Yet He also earned the right to rule by His willingness to die for the redemption of the world.
Democracies are defined according to the will of men—more specifically, powerful men who rule behind the scenes over puppet presidents and prime ministers. They are the ones who, in practical terms, define the meaning of democracy. This is their right, I suppose, since a democracy is man-made.
America was changed gradually from a Christian Republic to a Socialist Democracy, beginning in 1933 with the Roosevelt administration. The core change was in the concept of who is the source of human rights. The Declaration of Independence, on which our Constitution was built, stated clearly that God is the Source of all rights and that governments are created to enforce those rights. The switch to a Socialist Democracy meant that government began to usurp the place of God, claiming to be the source of all rights.
When governments grant rights according to the will of men, these are not even true rights, but privileges, which men can either grant or remove at will. Hence, in recent decades, lawyers and politicians have begun to use “rights” and “privileges” interchangeably—as if they were the same thing. Indeed, they are the same thing in a democracy.
Roosevelt, as a puppet of the Deep State, dethroned God on behalf of his masters, and it was not long before the educational system and the legal system reflected this. God was banned from schools in the early 1960’s, and the 1960’s revolution cast aside all morality from government and society as a whole. Family structure and marriage itself were undermined when it became legal to live together apart from a marriage commitment.
What we see today is merely the ripening of the fruit from the tree that was planted many years ago. We need to see a great repentance throughout the land and throughout the world, and this requires an outpouring of the Holy Spirit. We are long past the point where legislation will fix the problem. Even if we were to have a perfect system of divine laws, it would fail, due to the lawless hearts of the people.
It was the same in the time of Moses, who gave Israel a perfect law (Psalm 19:7). Did this bring righteousness to the people? Obviously not, because history shows that God ultimately cast out the people of Israel and Judah. The law covenant made the people themselves responsible to fulfill their vow of obedience (Exodus 19:6-8). Such righteousness was unsustainable, due to the problem dating back to Adam.
So God has instituted a second covenant, where God Himself has vowed by His own life (“as I live”) to bring all things under the feet of Christ. While this technically began with Christ’s death and resurrection nearly 2,000 years ago, the implementation of Christ’s rights are only now starting to surface on a broader scale of the nations. Up to now, we have seen the Kingdom on an individual basis, where God has worked in and through the remnant of grace.
But this is now changing. The remnant of grace is nearing the point of a complete body, made up of a few from each generation. The next phase of the Kingdom is now coming, where God is moving upon the nations to establish a Kingdom. The remnant of grace is His government on earth, those whom He has chosen and trained to rule under the authority of Christ. They are given “thrones” (Daniel 7:9; Revelation 20:4) and “crowns” (Revelation 4:10).
The purpose of such authority is to implement the will of HM Jesus the King of Kings and to assert His right to rule the nations.
We are still early in the time of transition, but the time has come for the remnant of grace to begin moving into their callings. This is not a time for defeat, nor even for martyrdom. The past 2,000 years has been the time of the martyrs, because they entered into Christ’s sufferings in His first appearance. We, however, live in a generation of the second appearance of Christ, which is a living work depicted in the second bird (Leviticus 14:7) and the second goat (Leviticus 16:10). This was also prophesied in Psalm 118:17, 18,
17 I will not die but live, and tell of the works of the Lord. 18 The Lord has disciplined me severely, but He has not given me over to death.
In order for the remnant of grace to fulfill its calling, it must experience the three feasts of the Lord. They must be justified by faith through Passover; they must be sanctified and learn obedience through Pentecost; and they must ultimately be glorified and changed into His image through the feast of Tabernacles. Many believers lack clarity in this, because they have not studied the Scriptures to learn the meaning of these feasts. Thus, many are content with a Passover experience (i.e., “getting saved”). Others are content with Pentecost, but they do not truly comprehend that it is a celebration of the giving of the law at Mount Sinai. Hence, while they strive to be led by the Spirit, they often fail to understand that the Spirit writes the law in their hearts. For this reason, many Pentecostals reject the law as if it were unspiritual, when in fact the law must be internalized from tablets of stone (or paper) to the tablets of one’s heart.
The Spirit of God does not cast aside the law; it transfers it to a new location. Paul tells us that “the law is spiritual” (Romans 7:14) and not carnal. Ezekiel 36:27 prophesies,
27 I will put My Spirit within you and cause you to walk in My statutes, and you will be careful to observe My ordinances.
Hence, the Spirit of God does not work in a way that is contrary to the law of God. The job of the Spirit of God is to cause us to obey His law—something that was not fully possible as long as the law remained external. Hence, if a believer gives himself the right to violate any law of God that he disagrees with, that is the extent to which the Spirit of God has not borne fruit in his life.
In practical terms, this means we, as Kingdom people, must stop advocating the prison system of justice and instead assert the principle of labor to pay restitution to the victims, as advocated in Exodus 22:1-4. Those believers who think in terms of punishment in prison, rather than restitution to the victims of injustice, are advocates of the traditions of men, which annul the law of God (Matthew 15:9). One must worship God in practical living and not only with their lips.
In a broader sense, believers need to understand the commandment, “Thou shalt not steal.” Socialism casts out this commandment in favor of redistributing wealth. The Bible sets forth the sanctity of one’s labor and the right of the laborer to retain the fruits of his labor. It starts with God’s labor in the six days of creation, which means that God owns the earth.
God then partnered with man, giving him 90 percent of the fruit as the reward for his labor whenever he uses nature to produce something. God then gets 10 percent as a reward for His own labor, and this is for the support of divine government. This is God’s standard of righteousness, built upon the principles inherent in His own nature.
Most churches, however, misunderstand the fundamental principle on which the tithe is constructed, and so they think that tithe is owed for every kind of income or profit. The fact is that tithe (a tenth) is owed when men labor using God’s labor—such as farming, herding, lumbering, fishing, nuclear power, etc. Tithe is not owed when one gets a Social Security check or when one receives wages from working at Walmart.
The tithe principle needs to be understood by the remnant of grace if they ever hope to establish a righteous Kingdom. Taxation (tithe) must be righteous. The tax rate in a democracy is set according to the whims of men with no regard to the law of God, and they tax virtually all forms of income in order to make the people pay for their own enslavement.
The remnant of grace, through which the Spirit works, puts into practice the laws of God in order to conform to His will and nature. The church has often been sloppy (at best) in studying the law, because of its belief that the law was abolished by Christ. But did Christ abolish that which the Spirit has written on our hearts? The answer is found in Matthew 5:17, 18, 19 and again in Romans 3:31. Those who disagree with HM King Jesus may find themselves the object of His rebuke in Matthew 7:23,
23 And then I will declare to them, “I never knew you; depart from Me, you who practice lawlessness.”
This does not mean they will lose their salvation but that they will miss out on the first resurrection. It also means that they “will be saved, yet so as through fire” (1 Corinthians 3:15) when their works are tried by fire—that is, “the fiery law” (Deuteronomy 33:2 KJV), which will burn all “wood, hay, straw” (1 Corinthians 3:12), the works and traditions of men.