When, in the course of human events it becomes necessary for ONE person to dissolve the civil, political, and cultural bonds which have connected them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to separation.
There are certain truths that remain self-evident that are outside the relativistic imaginations of men. There are undeniable immutable attributes revealed to creation about their Creator attached to commands consistent. To love God with all your heart and to love your neighbor as yourself being a complete summation of human government. All unalienable rights endowed to mankind are freedoms limited to the scope of this form. When men become subject to their carnal nature and assert through the mechanics of despotic power to the detrimental injury of their neighbor they have become lawless even if under the color of law or enlightenment. When righteous men who submit to human government become the targets of persecution by those who claim to be the sentinels of governance, and who suffer evils birthed out of inequity, then prudence requires that truth in love be brought forth into confrontation. Peace and harmony having already been abolished by tyranny must be acknowledge as a righteous cause held out for a future hope under the pains of war.
The war is spiritual in nature. The battlefield being the hearts of men and the soul of a nation. The line of demarcation is drawn between those who submit their wills to governance and those who will subject all wills to governance except their own. It being well said that a prince who can govern himself is truly a King among men. The Creator is not a figment, a fiction but is the God that is there. Because He is there and has spoken to man in propositional verbalization we are bound to obedience or shackled in rebellion. Loyalties and duties assign to the placement of the soul’s flag. His banner shall be over us in love or our banner shall be over others in hate. Today as in Joshua’s day we must declare war on a race in rebellion and within our own hearts say “as for me and my house we will serve the Lord.” Love is all things spoken of in I Corinthians chapter 13 which cannot include conscientious objection when history has set the stage for the war of good verses evil. Love and truth both mandate only one response, to declare war on that which is destroying our neighbor. The commands of God are our battle cry and love and truth are our weapons. Equipt with such a holy mandate we face the frauds of this world and say “I come against you in the power, might, and truth of our Lord Jesus Christ.” If necessary I will fight for the life of my neighbor until the death. For to die is gain and to love God is life. To God be all the glory, honor, and praise, in this day and forever more. AMEN! Signed: KURT JOHNSON