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Lordship vs. Serving

 

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Man's government once served people

Look at the States? Do they do anything besides exercise lordship? Possibly during the early stages of the United States, the government served the people. The United States Constitution reflects that the government is to serve. The government was given limited powers to set up a Post Office, to set up Post Roads,40 Constitution of the United States of America - Article 1, Section 8, The Congress shall have power . . . To establish post offices and post roads. to coin money and to establish equal weights and measures.41 Constitution of the United States of America - Article 1, Section 8, The Congress shall have power . . . To coin money, regulate the value thereof, and of foreign coin, and fix the standard of weights and measures. These were services the people needed. These services could be used by all the people, without the government entering into people's beliefs.

What has the government done now? They abolished the Post Office, it is now a private corporation. They abolished the coining of money, it has been handed over to a private corporation. And money isn't being coined - all we have left is paper. And the paper is not money, but that is another topic. They destroyed the three separate branches of government. Now the courts are just tools of the legislature. And Congress and the State legislatures don't serve the people, they make laws compelling the people to do as they command. They have forgotten that man is supposed to be directed from above, directed by God.42 Isaiah 30:21 Your ears shall hear a word behind you, saying, "This is the way, walk in it," Whenever you turn to the right hand or whenever you turn to the left.

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