The Higher Liberty
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The Higher Liberty
by Gregory HHC, d
Minister of His Holy Church
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We do not intend to change the
Bible. If people wish to use the word power in place of
exousia they may do so, but their thinking must remain in
accord with Paul’s meaning when they choose one of the many
definitions of the word power in the English dictionary. At
least one of them means the power to choose.
God desires that every man
should be a free soul under Him directly, having that divinely
endowed right of choice unimpaired. He, like Paul, desires
that we not go under the “power” of any. Paul even
proclaims that he will not go under the authority of any in 1
and uses the Greek word exousiazo ( exousiazw
). What he is saying is that he will not give away his right to
choose to another but chooses to remain at liberty.
We already know that governments
derive their power from consent and we are told in the Bible to
Most people consent and bind
themselves with constructive contracts which God told us not to do in
Exodus 23:32, 34:12-15. God not only prohibited us from making
covenants with inhabitants where we go, but also warned us that it
would be a snare that would make us have to bow down and serve their
ruling judges instead of God. He also warned us against eating
of those things that had been sacrificed to those ungodly
To eat of his sacrifice means to accept those “bounties,
donations, and benefits”.
us this day our daily bread.” Matthew 6:11
Our daily bread should only come
by faith, hope, and charity. It is those tables of kings and princes
that snare the people.
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