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We believe the story of our God given rights is the great missing link to restore our nation again. The great story of Liberty reaches it's crescendo in America with the Mayflower Compact and the landing of the Pilgrim fathers almost 400 years ago. But the great story began in Nazareth when the author of liberty, Jesus gave His first sermon to his home synagogue. The story is detailed in Luke chapter 4. He opened the scroll to Isaiah 61 and read the Messianic prophecy of the purpose of the Messiahs coming. He detailed that he came to heal the broken hearted , the blind, and to preach the Gospel to the poor. But when He came to the subject of Liberty he said he came to set the captives free, and then He repeated it a second time saying he came to set those that were in bondage free. When He finished reading the passage Jesus sat down and told the men that this prophecy had been fullfiled in their midst. The liberation of the world began that day. Jesus read through His loving message of redemption, the power and principals that would bring the golden thread of liberty to the nations. From here we see the clear paper trail of liberty from the blood bought freedom documents that emulated from the Magna Carta, English Bill of rights, Mayflower compact, to our Declaration of Independence and Constitution. Political, economic and religious liberty have never been realized until the Pilgrim fathers applied the principals of the Bible fully to civil law. We can restore freedom and prosperity in our nation, only if we voluntary return to those "eternal principals of right", those laws given at Mount Sinai and hold our representatives accountable to limit their jurisdiction to the protection of our God given rights, not the limitation or interpretation of them.
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April 2011 Episodes:
  • Pub Date: Apr 28, 2011
  • Christian Economics part 2
  • Listen:
  • While America has in recent years abandoned some of the principals
    that produced our prosperity, she is still the most prosperous nation
    in the world.

    The primary reason that many nations are in poverty is lack of the
    absolute truth of the eternal principals of right, the so-called
    Christian principals. The economic state of a nation does in fact
    depend upon it's religion.


  • Pub Date: Apr 28, 2011
  • Christian Economics Part 1
  • Listen:
  • While America has in recent years abandoned some of the principals
    that produced our prosperity, she is still the most prosperous nation
    in the world.

    The primary reason that many nations are in poverty is lack of the
    absolute truth of the eternal principals of right, the so-called
    Christian principals. The economic state of a nation does in fact
    depend upon it's religion.


  • Pub Date: Apr 19, 2011 - 12:25 am
  • American's are seeking for Liberty and looking for ways to bring prosperity to their land. Part 1
  • American's are seeking for Liberty and looking for ways to bring prosperity to their land. Several individuals, families, and businesses are struggling to survive or on the verge of crumbling. Pressures are mounting on every aspect of society today. How do we as American's hold up to these pressures? Where are we to look for answers to the many problems and difficult situations we face? The Holy Scriptures provides the world seeks. THERE IS HOPE! The truth contained in the Bible provides us with the principals of liberty that brings real freedom to individuals, families, and businesses who are weighed down.
  • Pub Date: Apr 19, 2011
  • American's are seeking for Liberty and looking for ways to bring prosperity to their land. Part 2
  • American's are seeking for Liberty and looking for ways to bring prosperity to their land. Several individuals, families, and businesses are struggling to survive or on the verge of crumbling. Pressures are mounting on every aspect of society today. How do we as American's hold up to these pressures? Where are we to look for answers to the many problems and difficult situations we face? The Holy Scriptures provides the world seeks. THERE IS HOPE! The truth contained in the Bible provides us with the principals of liberty that brings real freedom to individuals, families, and businesses who are weighed down.
  • Pub Date: Apr 16, 2011
  • The highest authority in America (under God) would not be any person   at all. The highest authority in our land is a document, the   Constitution of the United States. Part 2
  • Russ Walton put it right: government is not a producer, it is a taker, and a spender. Every dollar spent by the government is a dollar taken from the private sector, from the workers and investors. Every dollar taken by the government cannot be spent or invested by that productive private sector business.

    The Bible in the book of Acts, Chapter 4 does not teach socialism, as some might think. What the early Christian did was voluntary, the property was in their control what to do with their land and money from the sale. We see clearly in this passage that others gave money to the Church, not the State. Because socialism is in itself atheistic, it never teaches to give money to the Church.

    Alexis de Tocqueville also said, America will last until the public discovers that it can vote for itself largess (liberal taking) out of the public treasury. We have discovered that with a vengeance. Alexis de Tocqueville said it would bring about the destruction of the great nation. We are facing staggering deficits because millions of Americans are voting for schemes that will transfer wealth to them out of the public treasury, and many states are discussing bankruptcy as an option.

    Look, it is simply not shown anywhere in the Bible to redistribute wealth. The Bible does not support this idea. The whole essence of Charity is voluntary! No money can be extracted from you by Robin Hood or the state and be considered Charity, because its taken from you, its involuntary.

    An interesting analogy D James Kennedy used that a Christian life be compared to a hurricane. "In Florida we are familiar with hurricanes. First is that calm still warm center, and second there are the swirling winds that roar around that center.

    In spiritual life, if were going to be a hurricane we need two elements, the warm calm center, which is our private life with Christ, our faith in Him, devotion and desire to live for him, this is what fuels the power of the hurricane.

    But there must be something that comes out of that. Christians must be engaged in the cities and towns of America, potent, and able to make good. A vast majority of Evangelical churches in America today have become Pietistic and they have little or no effect upon the culture. Piety is good, devotion to religion, but Pietism is not because it makes the Church impotent. They never engage politics.

    In other words if that warm calm center (Pietism) went across Florida it would not change much, because there are no powerful winds."

    So what are we to do? Christ said be salt and light. Salt of the earth,( so you are not good for nothing.) Light of the world and salt of the earth, these are unique and different.

    Christians have obligations in politics, schools, media, business, families, churches, and yes; motion pictures. Did you know when the motion picture camera was invented it was offered to the Church and they turned it down because see they were Pieties, and could not see any practical use for it.

    Christ said in Matthew 28:18-20...teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. As wonderful as John 3:3 is, "all that I have commanded you means ALL that is taught in the FOUR Gospels, and the entire Bible, including what the Bible says how to influence governments for good.

    Does political activism do any spiritual good? If it is part of what God teaches us in Scripture, then of course it does spiritual good because it pleases God, and Christ is seeking transformed lives, and then a transformed world.
  • Pub Date: Apr 16, 2011
  • The highest authority in America (under God) would not be any person   at all. The highest authority in our land is a document, the   Constitution of the United States. Part 1
  • Russ Walton put it right: government is not a producer, it is a taker, and a spender. Every dollar spent by the government is a dollar taken from the private sector, from the workers and investors. Every dollar taken by the government cannot be spent or invested by that productive private sector business.

    The Bible in the book of Acts, Chapter 4 does not teach socialism, as some might think. What the early Christian did was voluntary, the property was in their control what to do with their land and money from the sale. We see clearly in this passage that others gave money to the Church, not the State. Because socialism is in itself atheistic, it never teaches to give money to the Church.

    Alexis de Tocqueville also said, America will last until the public discovers that it can vote for itself largess (liberal taking) out of the public treasury. We have discovered that with a vengeance. Alexis de Tocqueville said it would bring about the destruction of the great nation. We are facing staggering deficits because millions of Americans are voting for schemes that will transfer wealth to them out of the public treasury, and many states are discussing bankruptcy as an option.

    Look, it is simply not shown anywhere in the Bible to redistribute wealth. The Bible does not support this idea. The whole essence of Charity is voluntary! No money can be extracted from you by Robin Hood or the state and be considered Charity, because its taken from you, its involuntary.

    An interesting analogy D James Kennedy used that a Christian life be compared to a hurricane. "In Florida we are familiar with hurricanes. First is that calm still warm center, and second there are the swirling winds that roar around that center.

    In spiritual life, if were going to be a hurricane we need two elements, the warm calm center, which is our private life with Christ, our faith in Him, devotion and desire to live for him, this is what fuels the power of the hurricane.

    But there must be something that comes out of that. Christians must be engaged in the cities and towns of America, potent, and able to make good. A vast majority of Evangelical churches in America today have become Pietistic and they have little or no effect upon the culture. Piety is good, devotion to religion, but Pietism is not because it makes the Church impotent. They never engage politics.

    In other words if that warm calm center (Pietism) went across Florida it would not change much, because there are no powerful winds."

    So what are we to do? Christ said be salt and light. Salt of the earth,( so you are not good for nothing.) Light of the world and salt of the earth, these are unique and different.

    Christians have obligations in politics, schools, media, business, families, churches, and yes; motion pictures. Did you know when the motion picture camera was invented it was offered to the Church and they turned it down because see they were Pieties, and could not see any practical use for it.

    Christ said in Matthew 28:18-20...teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. As wonderful as John 3:3 is, "all that I have commanded you means ALL that is taught in the FOUR Gospels, and the entire Bible, including what the Bible says how to influence governments for good.

    Does political activism do any spiritual good? If it is part of what God teaches us in Scripture, then of course it does spiritual good because it pleases God, and Christ is seeking transformed lives, and then a transformed world.

  • Pub Date: Apr 10, 2011
  • The God ordained family part 2
  • From the beginning to end, the Holy Scriptures have a very positive
    view in bearing and raising children.
    (Genesis 1: 27-28)

    God's desire for his people to bear more children is seen in several
    other passages. ( Ps.,127:3) ( 1 Tim. 5:14).

    The responsibility for training their children fall upon the parents,
    not on "society " and not in the government.
    ( Deut. 5:4-7)

    The benefits that a married couple brings to their children are
    numerous. Children who live with their own two married parents have
    significantly higher Educational achivement, better economic standard,
    better physical and emotional health, and more likely to live
    according to higher standard of integrity and moral principals.

    For these and many more reasons marriage between a man and women is
    the basic building block of any stable society, and is essential to
    the continuation of a healthy, stable society.

  • Pub Date: Apr 10, 2011
  • The God ordained family part 1
  • From the beginning to end, the Holy Scriptures have a very positive
    view in bearing and raising children.
    (Genesis 1: 27-28)

    God's desire for his people to bear more children is seen in several
    other passages. ( Ps.,127:3) ( 1 Tim. 5:14).

    The responsibility for training their children fall upon the parents,
    not on "society " and not in the government.
    ( Deut. 5:4-7)

    The benefits that a married couple brings to their children are
    numerous. Children who live with their own two married parents have
    significantly higher Educational achivement, better economic standard,
    better physical and emotional health, and more likely to live
    according to higher standard of integrity and moral principals.

    For these and many more reasons marriage between a man and women is
    the basic building block of any stable society, and is essential to
    the continuation of a healthy, stable society.

  • Pub Date: Apr 09, 2011
  • The Monumental movie / Kirk Cameron -Part 2
  • The central theme of the Monumental documentary film is that the
    Liberty man and women, or freedom man as former President Ronald
    Reagan called him, is the only liberator capable of bringing back
    lasting liberty to America or any nation in the world.

    From the beginning of the film the desire for freedom is seen as a
    universal aspiration of all men. As the rock anthem proclaims –
    “People everywhere just want to be free.”

    Whether we portray the uprising of the gladiators in Spartacus or in
    The Gladiator, or in the French Revolution we observe that none of
    these revolts resulted in lasting liberty. Those in revolt had no
    higher law (God’s Law) to appeal and no system to put in place to
    keep one of their own from rising to enslave the people.

    Monumental film uncovers the road to lasting liberty and the forgotten
    road map of freedom that needs decoding in our time. Why was America
    unique? What was the secret that led to lasting liberty under law?
    What kind of individual was forged in Europe and unleashed in America
    who could “bind the tyrants down with the chains of the
    Constitution” as Thomas Jefferson said.

    This is accomplishment and unfolds as we understand that a new kind of
    hero was emerging in Europe, especially in England and Scotland. He
    was not primarily a conqueror, although he conquered tyrants. He was
    not the typical loner anti-hero portrayed in film who does it his way,
    yet he often stood alone, often only with his family, against entire
    nations. He accomplished liberation not through the killing of
    others, but through dying himself if necessary to stand for the
    “eternal principals of right, those laws given at Mt. Sinai.

    The Liberty man’s legacy is pure and his legend rings into eternity.
    Liberty man’s lineage comes down through: Patrick, the liberator of
    Ireland; Alfred the Great who codified English common law and loved
    his wife and her only; Rev. Langton, who wrote Magna Carta, the
    constitution of England, which held down the king’s power and called
    for freedom under law; William Wallace and Robert the Bruce, who
    called for Scotland’s freedom from tyrannical power; John Wycliffe
    who stood against King and prelate and declared the Word to be pre-
    eminent over worldly power; The Scottish Covenanters, both men and
    women, who signed the National Covenant, to raise their children in
    the Truth, not the King’s propaganda; The brave Dutch who stood for
    their faith against overwhelming odds as the Spanish threatened them
    with extinction; The Pilgrims who took the blood bought truth and
    embodied it for an entire nation, leaving us the blueprint to find our
    way home to God; And the Founders who codified Christian principles
    into the world’s finest, biblical civil documents.


    The message of this film is so powerful and proven in history. Either
    we as individuals will follow the path or as Winston Churchill said
    about England in the early twentieth century, see the walkway of
    civilization give way beneath our feet and we fall into the abyss.





Kirk Cameron
  • Pub Date: Apr 09, 2011
  • The Monumental movie / Kirk Cameron - Part 1
  • The central theme of the Monumental documentary film is that the
    Liberty man and women, or freedom man as former President Ronald
    Reagan called him, is the only liberator capable of bringing back
    lasting liberty to America or any nation in the world.

    From the beginning of the film the desire for freedom is seen as a
    universal aspiration of all men. As the rock anthem proclaims –
    “People everywhere just want to be free.”

    Whether we portray the uprising of the gladiators in Spartacus or in
    The Gladiator, or in the French Revolution we observe that none of
    these revolts resulted in lasting liberty. Those in revolt had no
    higher law (God’s Law) to appeal and no system to put in place to
    keep one of their own from rising to enslave the people.

    Monumental film uncovers the road to lasting liberty and the forgotten
    road map of freedom that needs decoding in our time. Why was America
    unique? What was the secret that led to lasting liberty under law?
    What kind of individual was forged in Europe and unleashed in America
    who could “bind the tyrants down with the chains of the
    Constitution” as Thomas Jefferson said.

    This is accomplishment and unfolds as we understand that a new kind of
    hero was emerging in Europe, especially in England and Scotland. He
    was not primarily a conqueror, although he conquered tyrants. He was
    not the typical loner anti-hero portrayed in film who does it his way,
    yet he often stood alone, often only with his family, against entire
    nations. He accomplished liberation not through the killing of
    others, but through dying himself if necessary to stand for the
    “eternal principals of right, those laws given at Mt. Sinai.

    The Liberty man’s legacy is pure and his legend rings into eternity.
    Liberty man’s lineage comes down through: Patrick, the liberator of
    Ireland; Alfred the Great who codified English common law and loved
    his wife and her only; Rev. Langton, who wrote Magna Carta, the
    constitution of England, which held down the king’s power and called
    for freedom under law; William Wallace and Robert the Bruce, who
    called for Scotland’s freedom from tyrannical power; John Wycliffe
    who stood against King and prelate and declared the Word to be pre-
    eminent over worldly power; The Scottish Covenanters, both men and
    women, who signed the National Covenant, to raise their children in
    the Truth, not the King’s propaganda; The brave Dutch who stood for
    their faith against overwhelming odds as the Spanish threatened them
    with extinction; The Pilgrims who took the blood bought truth and
    embodied it for an entire nation, leaving us the blueprint to find our
    way home to God; And the Founders who codified Christian principles
    into the world’s finest, biblical civil documents.


    The message of this film is so powerful and proven in history. Either
    we as individuals will follow the path or as Winston Churchill said
    about England in the early twentieth century, see the walkway of
    civilization give way beneath our feet and we fall into the abyss.