Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Laws respecting Religion!

  " Congress shall make no laws respecting an establishment of religion."  This is the first, of the First Amendments to the U.S. Constitution. Our Founders knew exactly what they were doing: this was to prevent a federal-religion, which they were coming out from under in Britain. Religion was a part of the kingdom!
  The root for Religion - religio = to return to bondage. Immanuel came to destroy Death, which is the Devil, and It's #1 tool, Religion. Immanuel-Christ-Jesus is seeking those that " worship in Spirit, and in Truth." The First 5 of the Ten Commandments deals with Idolatry/Religion.
  Everything about Satan's agenda, from the Garden, to Rev.13 has been about Religion: deception has been It's key. In modern times from the I.R.S. through Global-Warming, it has been about Idolatry/Religion. Wicked laws, and wicked Executive Orders have caused iniquity on the land.
  Dan.3:5 When the music played, the people were to fall down and worship the golden image. A violation of this law meant death for Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah. Dan.6:5-11 the law was to prohibit praying to any God but the king, for thirty days: Daniel received the death penalty.
  Dan.2 describes a great image[system]. This system is top-heavy, and built upon a fragile support of Clay[Christians] and Iron[Religion] that are intermingled via deception and force. It doesn't last.
Religion is Anti-Christ, and Anti-People: why waste our time fooling with It?

2 comments:

  1. Brother Rebel, great info, christians need to realize that they commit idolatry all the time, do to the lack of knowledge e.g. in the bible when you read the words whore, fornication don't-

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  2. -think sex or orgy 99% of the time it's talking about idolatry. The words harlot, fornication, whoredom, whoredoms, whore, whoring, whorish are all translated from the same Heb. word 2181, Zanah, Zaw-naw; a prim. root, to commit adutery fig. to commit idolatry. Remember Christ is coming back for a virgin bride (christians).

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