My Birthday Wish Is That God Will Restore Our Beloved USA To Its Bible-Based Freedoms and Civics
by Pastor Earl Wallace 5/1/2020
Have you considered that there are 10 Commandments and there are 10 Bill of Rights and that the Bill of Rights is designed to guide people in government to treat we-the-people according to the 10 Commandments?
The 1st Amendment of the US Constitution states: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof, or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.
Amendment 1 of the US Constitution conjoins five rights, listing first…
1) freedom of RELIGION – meaning Biblical Christianity, the religion of America’s Puritans and Pilgrims, is to be the guide for how we administer and live out …
2) what is considered acceptable SPEECH, and inappropriate speech;
3) how the PRESS should report as crime that which violates the Bible’s Ten Commandments, and as noteworthy that which the Bible calls praiseworthy;
4) how and why we ASSEMBLE to have church services and Bible studies, so we know actually how the Bible is the foundation for our Freedoms, and it tells us …
5) what grievances we need to Petition the gov’t to REDRESS (correct, remedy & resolve), when government sins by violating the 10 Commandments against “We the People!”
The ten Bill of Rights are designed to compel people in government to treat we-the-people according to God’s Ten Commandments.
The 1st Amendment safeguards our right to worship God the way the Bible says He wants to be worshipped in Ten Commandments 1-4. This is why America’s historical buildings, including the US Supreme Court building have Bible verses and images carved into their foundations and facades. So intertwined is the Bible and US Constitution in the hearts and minds of America’s Founders that they gave us the tradition of swearing upon one that we would uphold the other! Thus our public oaths of office involve swearing upon the Bible that we will uphold the US Constitution!
The 2nd Amendment “right to bear arms” safeguards our Ten Commandment #6, God-given right to not be murdered by government and private citizens!
Through The Bill of Rights, America’s Founders safeguarded our Ten Commandments #5 family sanctity rights; our #6 right not to be murdered; our #7 right not to be sexually molested; our #8 right not to be stolen from; our #9 right not to be lied to or about, and our #10 right not to have evil people use government power to covet our persons, people, position and possessions.
The 3rd Amendment says that “No soldier shall, be quartered in any house, without the consent of the owner. The 4th Amendment prohibits the government from improper Search & Seizure. The 5th Amendment protects us from the government spying on and lying about us, and forcing us to witness against ourselves, and being prosecuted for the same offense twice. The 6th Amendment right to a speedy and public trial protects us from being imprisoned and held indefinitely without formal charges, and says we actually must see and hear those accusing us, and to provide witnesses and have counsel help with our defense. The 7th Amendment says we have the right to a trial by a jury of our community peers; and the 8th Amendment protects us against excessive bail or fines imposed, and to not receive cruel or unusual punishments. The 9th Amendment says the Federal government cannot make a law that violates any of our Constitutional rights, and the 10th Amendment says the States cannot overstep Constitutional authority to violate our God-given rights!
My birthday wish is that we Americans get in touch with our country’s true history, and why America’s Founders stated that only people who agree to live under the Bible’s Ten Commandments values are compatible with the US Constitution and the Bible-based culture from which it developed.
My birthday wish is that we realize “Anyone can come to America with a different set of religious and political values, as long as two things happen:
1) the immigrant agrees to live under the consensus of the Ten Commandments, and
2) those in charge of all levels of government within the US are people who live in submission to God and who honor the Bible He wrote. (I am paraphrasing what almost every states’ original constitution actually says.)
My birthday wish is that we realize that true Born Again Christians, as were America’s Founders, are the people best suited to administer our Constitutional rights in the American system of government, education and jurisprudence. (Right now our government and educational institutions are headed by people who are “religious” but lack the Bible beliefs upon which our nation was founded!)
My birthday wish is that we realize the concept of “separation of church and state” has been manipulated to communicate “The Bible has no relevance in America’s civics, government, and politics.” As a result, America has fallen under God’s judgment.
My birthday wish, therefore, is that we repent under 2 Chron. 7:14 to do our four parts, which includes turning from the wickedness of communicating that God has no interest and relevance in civic affairs, so God will do his three parts, which includes “healing our land.”
My birthday wish is that all reading this will view “The Biblical Basis of The Bill of Rights” at: http://www.libertycf.org/1591-
My birthday wish is for you to forward this to everyone you know, and pray that God touches their hearts and enlightens their minds to understand and receive Christ and apply the Bible to every aspect of their lives including civics because the freedom of America and the world is hanging in the balance.