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Words from the Rising Republics

DAILY WALK

 

 

DAILY WALK

The Spirit of God delights to trace the boundaries of the people, and to dwell on the most minute details connected with their history. He takes a lively and loving interest in all that concerns them, their conflicts, their victories, their possessions, all their landmarks, everything about them is dwelt upon with a minuteness which, by its touching grace and condescension, fills the heart with wonder, love and praise. Man, in his contemptible self-importance, thinks it beneath his dignity to enter upon minute details; but our God counts the hairs of our heads; puts our tears into His bottle; takes knowledge of our every care, our every sorrow, our every need. There is nothing too small for His love, as there is nothing too great for His power. He concentrates His loving care upon each one of His people as though He had only that one to attend to; and there is not a single circumstance in our private history, from day to day, however trivial, in which He does not take a loving interest.

Let us ever remember this, for our comfort; and may we learn to trust Him better, and use, with a more artless faith, His fatherly love and care. He tells us to cast all our care upon Him, in the assurance that He careth for us. He would have our hearts as free from care as our conscience is free from guilt. "Be careful for nothing; but, in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known unto God; and the peace of God, which passeth all understanding, shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus." (Phil. 4: 6, 7.)

It is to be feared that the great majority of us know but little of the real depth, meaning and power of such words as these. We read them, and hear them; but we do not take them in, and make our own of them. We do not digest them and reduce them to practice. How little do we really enter into the blessed truth that our Father is interested in all our little cares and sorrows; and that we may go to Him with all our little wants and difficulties. We imagine that such things are beneath the notice of the High and Mighty One who inhabiteth eternity, and sitteth upon the circle of the earth. This is a, serious mistake, and one that robs us of incalculable blessing, in our daily history. We should ever remember that there is nothing great or small with our God. All things are alike to Him who sustains the vast universe by the word of His power, and takes notice of a falling sparrow. It is quite as easy to Him to create a world as to provide a breakfast for some poor widow. The greatness of His power, the moral grandeur of His government, and the minuteness of His tender care do, all alike, command the wonder and the worship of our hearts.

See that you make your own of all these things. Seek to live nearer to God in your daily walk. Lean more upon Him. Use Him more. Go to Him in all your need, and you will never have to tell your need to a poor fellow mortal. "My God shall supply all your need, according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus." What a source! "God." What a standard! "His riches in glory." What a channel! "Christ Jesus." It is your sweet privilege to place all your need over against His riches, and lose sight of the former in the presence of the latter. His exhaustless treasury is thrown open to you, in all the love of His heart; go and draw upon it, in the artless simplicity of faith, and you will never have occasion to look to a creature stream, or lean on a creature prop.

Two Governments

 

  1. Republic Constitution:
  2.  

    The Electoral College has one vote per Congressional District plus two more votes the same in number as the two senators that represents the respective states. The majority vote in each congressional district gets that one vote. Mitt Romney gathered the most Electoral votes under the Constitution.

     

  3. Democratic Congress (acting independently of the Constitution):

Barrack Obama gathered the majority of the Electoral College votes under the un-constitutional system where each state of the fifty states united gets all the number of eligible Electoral College votes when determined by the majority number of ballots cast in the statewide election for president. Under this method, Mr. Obama is elected president of the Corporation called THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Mr. Obama needs no birth certificate or any requirement other than to satisfy the corporation policies. A corporation exists so long as it is profitable.

 

Again,

Constitutional Republic President elect:   Mitt Romney

 

Corporate Democratic President elect:   Barack Obama

Thomas Jefferson Debt

Here's what Thomas Jefferson said:

"We must not let our rulers load us with perpetual debt. We must make our election between economy and liberty or profusion and servitude. If we run into such debt, as that we must be taxed in our meat and in our drink, in our necessaries and our comforts, in our labors and our amusements, for our calling and our creeds... [we will] have no time to think, no means of calling our miss-managers to account but be glad to obtain subsistence by hiring ourselves to rivet their chains on the necks of our fellow-sufferers... And this is the tendency of all human governments. A departure from principle in one instance becomes a precedent for [another ]... till the bulk of society is reduced to be mere automatons of misery... And the fore-horse of this frightful team is public debt. Taxation follows that, and in its train wretchedness and oppression." Thomas Jefferson

What's Going On?

 

112 DOUBLE PERSONALITY

Sir John Salmond

It often happens that a single human being possesses a double personality.  He is one man, but two persons. Unuis home, his said plures personas sustinet,  In one capacity, or in one right as English Lawyers say, he may have legal relations with himself in his other capacity or right.

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UsAvsUS

USAvsUS.info - American Governance Original and Corporation

The Instrument

The Instrument and Identity Theft

The bank or the mortgage company considers your signed promissory note as an asset, and once accepted the bank then moves to balance the banks books by putting an equal amount of credits (bookkeeping entry) into your account creating the liability. The bank cannot lend anyone money from its customer’s deposits or from its reserves. Only loan credits can be deposited into an account using fractional banking as licensed by the US Treasury that regulates banking.

When an examiner visits any bank, the examiner first determines the amount of deposits, and then examines the bank’s T-Chart to determine if the bank is within the set lending limit. A bank may issue credits and can never lend money. The credit issuing limit is a multiple of the amount of deposits on the bank’s books.

The promissory note outlines the required number of Federal Reserve Notes earned by the borrower’s labor that must be returned to the bank in order to satisfy the conditions of the promissory note. The amount and length of time for the return of Federal Reserve notes as satisfaction of the note requirements are outlined in the document itself. Once the note is paid in full within the timeframe as outlined in the note itself, then the bank must surrender the note as paid in full, and must release any notice of lien as recorded at the courthouse, collateral used for liquidation in the event that the terms and conditions of the note are not satisfied exactly.

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THE PETRODOLLAR

THE PETRODOLLAR

By Earl Griffin

Published in The Southern Star, Newspaper

 

In 2007, I wrote some five or six articles appearing in The Southern Star. The articles dealt with the coming financial storm. Some predictions were included: These proved to be valid. At the time these were met with doubt as being reasonab1e assumptions. The economy was progressing with no clouds in sight. A huge Real Estate bubble had developed in the economy. It could not continue to bloom without correction. You know the story from then until now.

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