If There Be Lawlessness

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T.L. Davis

We are being shown, by political leaders across the nation, heads of their state, that it is perfectly acceptable to refuse to obey laws with which one disagrees. It is a showdown that will either result in the arrest and trial for treason of these leaders, or it will signal to everyone that this is perfectly reasonable behavior to pick and choose which federal laws will be obeyed and which can be shrugged off.

Now, I know it doesn’t work the same way for us lowly citizens, but isn’t that the mark of a failed nation? Where political leaders can flout and violate any law without fear of reprisal? Does this not make us a “banana republic” and therefore subject to open rebellion? It is when the people are oppressed by unjust laws, wrongly imprisoned for crimes only selectively prosecuted that open rebellion is justified. That is a founding principle of this nation, supported and encouraged by those same founders.

If there be lawlessness, what reason do any of us have for obedience?

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6 Responses to If There Be Lawlessness

  1. norseman says:

    now theres a question ive been asking for a while . and more than asking the question the awnser is whats important here .

  2. lon a follower says:

    Yes, a very good question.
    What law are we discussing?

    • Tom Angle says:

      I think they are referring to man’s law or lack there of. The real questions should be:

      If we are obligated as Christian to follow the laws of our land, is it a sin to follow the illegal acts passed by our leaders?

      Is following a along with a crime a sin?

      Is allowing a sin to go unchallenged a sin?

      Is not speaking of these sin in church sinful?

  3. Norseman says:

    There is only one law that being the Constitution . .. yes we are subject to God’s law but that is not the law of the land , the idea being that the Constitution gives us all the authority to self govern and throw off this tyrannical government

    • Tom Angle says:

      The only thing it does not give us is the backbone to do it.

    • lon a follower says:

      This tyranical government (world) serves a purpose. Many believe this is just a U.S. problem.
      This NWO is nothing new. It also is not in the future. It is present. Discovering this is infuriating yet also reasuring.

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