The Law and Freedom


The Law and Freedom

Those who would tamper with our common law play with fire.

From the time when the leftist putsch of the 1960s attacked the reality of absolutes, Anglo-Saxon law has been fair game for those seeking to destroy the very foundation of our society.

Fiddling with the precedents established in English Common Law has been fashionable for decades, as the so-called politically correct movement has encroached increasingly on the basic freedoms that law once guaranteed. Those freedoms were guaranteed in the very law that historically was held up as an example to all as the underpinnings of the most free societies that modern civilization has ever witnessed—the Anglo-Saxon nations.

When the Founding Fathers established the constitutional framework on which to build a nation of United States on the North American continent, they did so having in mind the foundational example of the Ten Commandments.

Divorced from the liberal socialist tenets of revisionist historians—the very best position to take in respect of those deceivers—it remains a fact that the learned tome of Sir William Blackstone, Commentaries on the Laws of England, was the most influential guide in the formulation of both the American Constitution and the foundational law of the United States of America.

As the Blackstone Institute notes, “The Ten Commandments are at the heart of Blackstone’s philosophy. Blackstone taught that man is created by God and granted fundamental rights by God. Man’s law must be based on God’s law. Our Founding Fathers referred to Blackstone more than to any other English or American authority.”

Blackstone’s commentary became the basic textbook establishing the model for American jurisprudence. While it remained so, U.S. lawyers retained a sense of legal heritage that tracked back to the Ten Commandments and the law of Moses.

But that all began to change with the liberal putsch in the 1960s, and the penetration of the U.S. Supreme Court by the liberal socialist, godless, evolutionary mindset.

“It was only in the mid-20th century that American law, being rewritten by the U. S. Supreme Court, repudiated Blackstone. An attack on Blackstone is an attack on the U.S. Constitution and our nation’s Judeo-Christian foundations” (ibid.).

Ever since, the U.S. Supreme Court has progressively taken to itself a prerogative never granted it at its inception—the power to change the very fundamental basis of the law that it was set up to protect, promulgate and reinforce—the very basis of our nation’s being—its founding Constitution.

The Word of God, which records the very foundational laws underpinning a truly free society, declares, “My son, fear thou the Lord and the king: and meddle not with those given to change” (Proverbs 24:21).

Your Bible commands, “Fear God and keep his commandments; for this is the whole duty of man” (Ecclesiastes 12:13). Note that the word “duty” is italicized in the King James Version, meaning that it was added by the translators. So the original Hebrew actually reads, “for this is the whole of man.” Meaning that for man to fulfill his incredible, God-given reason for being, his incredible human potential, he must fulfill those two obligations—fear God and keep His law.

When man takes to himself the prerogative to seek to change God’s law, he takes to himself a prerogative that God reserves for Himself alone! That is tantamount to rank blasphemy!

The Eternal has declared of Himself, “For I am the [Eternal], I change not; therefore ye sons of Jacob are not consumed” (Malachi 3:6).

God is constant. His law therefore is constant, immutable, unchangeable. When man fiddles with God’s immutable law, he risks reaping the wages of his rebellion—death! For sin is the transgression of that immutable law. And the wages of sin are death! (Romans 6:23).

But the good news is that if we will only look into God’s perfect law—and obey it—we would find the true freedom that leads to the fulfillment of our incredible human potential! “But whoso looks into the perfect law of liberty, and continueth therein, he being not a forgetful hearer but a doer of the work, this man shall be blessed in his deed” (James 1:25).

For, of a truth, we shall all be ultimately judged by that law! “So speak ye, and so do, as they that shall be judged by the law of liberty” (James 2:12).

Those who tamper with God’s law place themselves at high risk of reaping the penalty for such as invoked by the law’s Creator. For as the Eternal God declares of the leaders of our day, “O my people, they which lead thee cause thee to err, and destroy the way of thy paths. The Lord standeth up to plead, and standeth to judge the people” (Isaiah 3:12).

The further our leaders work to liberalize, feminize, homosexualize and otherwise pervert God’s perfect law on which this once great nation was founded, the further the nation is distanced from its moral compass.

The present course followed by our nation’s leaders is set but to hasten the day when, called upon for the third time within a century to defend this nation’s reason for being, “They have blown the trumpet, even to make all ready; but none goeth to the battle: for my wrath is upon all the multitude thereof” (Ezekiel 7:14).

At that time, the moral backbone having been ripped out of the body of the nation, it will be but ripe for the plucking by the enemy. The enemy within will have prepared all for the devouring by the enemy without!

“The sword is without, and the pestilence and the famine within: he that is in the field shall die with the sword; and he that is in the city, famine and pestilence shall devour him” (verse 15).

You need to know just how close we are to the fulfillment of these great prophecies for our day. A good place to start would be by studying our booklets No Freedom Without Law and Ezekiel: The End-Time Prophet. Studying those booklets will help you see beyond the impending and very rapid demise of the Anglo-Saxon nations, to the society—the truly free society—based upon God’s immutable law, that will subsume all others in the not-too-distant future.

God speed that day!