A year ago, Hans posted an article concerning Liberty in which he stated:
Inability to understand the language of Liberty has become a problem in our society.
People don’t talk that way anymore because they don’t think that way anymore. Until we understand the true meaning behind the words, we cannot speak or defend them with conviction. Until we comprehend the true meaning of the sacrifice outlined by our founding fathers, we cannot restore our nation:
And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor.
narrated by John Hagee
There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens. Now is the time for statesmen to rise up and show the nation what sacrifice means. This is difficult: we must understand the first step in the restoration of Liberty is sacred Honor. Without honor, our words are meaningless and our motives questionable. Honor has many definitions, but I will use the following: great privilege. Sacred honor is a great privilege that is exclusively consecrated to God. The purpose of sacred Honor in the Declaration of Independence is simple: it is our great privilege consecrated to God to sacrifice our lives and fortunes for Liberty.
Why is the first step difficult? As outlined in a previous article, once we act with sacred Honor, we are obligated to follow through on our sworn oaths and affirmations. If everyone who has sworn an oath to defend the Constitution of the United States would act with sacred Honor, our politicians in Washington, DC would already be in prison or hanged for treason. We would not be living in a police state where the first amendment has no meaning. We would not be living in a nation where 18,000 police departments will subject us to the threat of drones. We would not be living in a nation where the Department of Justice not only fails to defend freedom, it selectively enforces our own laws. Once we lost the rule of law, we lost the Republic.
We have no one to blame but ourselves for not comprehending the consequences of the loss of Liberty. When I ask someone who has sworn an oath to defend the Constitution when they are going to start, the usual response is not anger, it is one of shame. In order to restore the Constitution, we need to restore our sacred Honor: it is the basis for the rest of our actions. Once we relearn the first key, lives and fortunes are easily sacrificed to give our children the same freedom through Liberty that was the foundation of the united States. It is time to lift our heads in sacred Honor instead of lowering them in shame and submission.