But seek ye first the Kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things will shall be added unto you



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Christian Declaration of Rights
”But seek ye first the Kingdom of God, and his righteousness;
and all these things will shall be added unto you.” {Matthew 6:33}


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We the believers, disciples and servants of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, the only begotten Son of Almighty God, hereby proclaim our declaration of unalienable rights. We maintain that there are certain truths, which are self-evident, among these truths are that Almighty God has endowed unto us our rights in creation; these rights are not derived from any human government or entity. While governments hold certain responsibly toward the God of all creation, these responsibilities lay in securing our unalienable rights, rather then limiting or suppressing them.

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We maintain there are irrefutable guiding principles, which if followed, will lead toward a moral and just society, principles which have been laid down in the Holy Scripture, the key to which is that “We ought to obey God rather then men.” {Acts 5:29}. Jesus clarified the question when he stated, “Render therefore unto Caesar the things which are Caesar’s; and unto God the things that are God’s.” {Matthew 22:21}. In like manner King Solomon, having been filled with wisdom from God, understood these principles when he stated, “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.”

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The issue is clear, not everything belongs to Caesar and training up a child, requires our educational systems, the society at large, as well as parental involvement, as taught in the Scriptures. It is clear for all to see that withholding the knowledge of Almighty God, in Christ Jesus, is not among those powers granted unto Caesar. It is not within Caesar’s jurisdiction to suppress the Christian Faith, as handed down from our Forefathers. That society and its institutions cannot be made immune from those things pertaining to the Almighty God, in Christ Jesus, the Holy Scripture and of prayer.

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Therefore it is the unalienable right, and indeed the duty of every Christian Believer, to boldly bear witness of Jesus Christ and his Gospel. These rights include that of striving for a society, government and nation, which is pleasing to our Savior and Lord. We further proclaim that sovereignty has never been granted to any government, nation and kingdom, but rather to WE THE PEOPLE, as individuals. We maintain that our cherished rights cannot be secured over the long term, outside of Jesus Christ as our only intercessor.

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We therefore advocate in behalf of our own nation, wherein ‘freedom of religion’ verses ‘freedom from religion’ has been restored. A nation where the weight of government is light upon the people, where any powers exercised are those specifically delegated and enumerated in the Constitution. We seek a nation where perversion is not deemed an alternate, as well as a moral lifestyle! Wherein the right to life does not exclude the innocent unborn, and racial preference as well as political correctness, do not stand in the stead of the free exercise of our unalienable rights.

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Therefore WE THE PEOPLE of the Confederate Cause, having exercised our unalienable rights, as endowed by Almighty God, hereby seek to liberate and restore the Confederate States of America. Whereas, under the governance of the empire, our people have suffered a bias, perpetuated not only against the true Christian Faith, but also our history, heritage, culture and nation. That just as indicated in the Preamble to our Confederate States Constitution, we desire the blessings of liberty, to our posterity, as well as ourselves, as we invoke the favor and guidance of Almighty God.

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