The Covenants of the gods
The book The Covenants of the gods is an
iconoclastic explication that shatters the delusions of a
deceived world. History, law and the Bible are melded together
in a unique eye opening exegesis that answers the burning
question that has haunted men since the beginning of
"The Covenants of the gods" is a detail examination of the contractual nature of the governments of men, and the methods those institutions use to increase their power and authority over men, while decreasing the enjoyment of the rights of men endowed by God.
A central theme of the book was asked by Cecil B. DeMille in the movie “The Ten Commandments:
“Are men the property of the state? Or are they free souls under God? This same battle continues throughout the world.”
By presenting the facts and the progression of legal systems and relating them to the precepts of law past down through that ancient Biblical texts, the context of history, and the language and literature of men a unique perspective is unveiled.
The vanity of mankind inclines him to blame others for his undesirable state, condition, or lack of liberty, when in truth the source of our decline into bondage is our own sloth and avarice.
Proverbs 12:24 tells us:
“The hand of the diligent shall bear rule: but the slothful shall be under tribute.”
Proverbs 23 warns about eating the benefits of those governments and David and Paul warns us about taking what they offer us.
Psalms 69:22 "Let their table become a snare before them: and that which should have been for their welfare, let it become a trap."
Romans 11:9 "And David saith, Let their table be made a snare, and a trap, and a stumblingblock, and a recompence unto them:"
Jesus warns us about oaths and swearing. Matthew 5:34, James 5:12, and that the what the men who call themselves benefactors offer is not faith, hope, and charity nor is it based on the perfect law of liberty. It is not loving our neighbor to take from him for our welfare but it is covetousness.
2 Peter 2:3-19 And through covetousness shall they with feigned words make merchandise of you: whose judgment now of a long time lingereth not, and their damnation slumbereth not....While they promise them liberty, they themselves are the servants of corruption: for of whom a man is overcome, of the same is he brought in bondage.
If you want to know the whole truth and the ambuscade of your subjugation and the growing power of the governments of the world “The Covenants of the gods” will reveal the process and the precept of that descent into slavery.
"And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.” John 8:32
Here are descriptions of the contents of each chapters.
It is recommended that you study them in order.
Holy Matrimony vs. Marriage discuses
the difference between Holy Matrimony, an Ecclesiastical
ceremony with no legal significance, and that legally binding
covenant with the state called Marriage that is in opposition
to the God given relationship of man and woman as Husband and
Law vs. Legal touches on some of the
fundamental opposing principles of these two different sources
of righteous authority, bondage and jurisdiction in past and
present established societies.
Citizen vs. Citizen discusses at
least two distinct and different types of citizenship in America
Employ vs. Enslave explains the
fundamental differences between man's inalienable right to
the sweat of his brow granted him by his Creator and his legal
right to labor for another
master, ruler or god.
God vs. Government speaks of the
principle conflict between God's way and man's foolishness.
Heaven vs. Heaven discusses the nature
of God's Kingdom in Heaven and on Earth.
Republic vs. Democracy talks of the
differences between these dissimilar and opposing forms of
Democracy vs. Demagogue touches on
the fallacies, foolishness and dangers of democracy.
The System vs. The System references
the system established by man in opposition to the system
established by God the Father.
Conversion vs. Reconversion discusses
the significance of equitable conversion, being born again, in
reference to land and labor and living in God's Kingdom.
Money vs. Mammon references the
fallacies and foolishness and the fiat character of the present
money systems as well as its origins and nature and why it has
delivered you into destitution and bondage.
Trust vs. Faith expresses the
importance of faith in The LORD God and the traps, seductions
and dangers of trusting in lesser gods.
Deported vs. Departed references
excommunication from the world systems and why it has been
desired throughout history even unto this day.
The Charagma vs. The Card touches
on the concepts of the beast and the image of the beast as well
as the so called mark of the beast as it was used then and now.
[What is the mark and why you have it].
The Body of Christ Vs. The Body of the
State looks at the Church, the State established by Jesus
the Christ, manditorially exempt from the control of man's
government and churches established under the State with strict