Exodus Ch. 9 v13-17
Then the LORD said to Moses, “Get up early in the morning, confront Pharaoh and say to him, ‘This is what the LORD, the God of the Hebrews, says: Let my people go, so that they may worship me, or this time I will send the full force of my plagues against you and against your officials and your people, so you may know that there is no one like me in all the earth. For by now I could have stretched out my hand and struck you and your people with a plague that would have wiped you off the earth. But I have raised you up for this very purpose, that I might show you my power and that my name might be proclaimed in all the earth. You still set yourself against my people and will not let them go.
We have always thought of ourselves as living in a free country here in the UK, but are we really free? When we stop and look back over history, we see a steady chipping away of our freedoms, and it has been so gradual that we really haven’t noticed it. There has always been some reason or excuse for removing our freedoms, and we have consented to it.
Stop and just consider the things in your life for which you must ask for the government’s permission. Starting when you are born, your parents must register you within 42 days. You will probably be required to register for several things in school, but the big one comes when leaving school. You need the government’s permission to get a job and work. They are insistent on this for one reason only, so that they can confiscate a percentage of your wages. Not only that, but the person you are working for also needs permission to employ you and also has to pay dearly for it.
The next step in your life is to travel. If you want to leave the country, you need permission, and even if you’re going to move around in the country, you may need permission. You need permission to drive a vehicle of any type apart from a bicycle. Move on in life, and you meet a life partner. You need the government’s permission to get married, buy a house, buy a car. Then when you have kids, you are also compelled to register them into the system.
If you wish to run your own business, you need permission to start up, employ people, and a growing list of other things. There is an increasing list of things we need permission to do that were not required one hundred years ago. There is a slow chipping away of our freedoms. If that weren’t enough, you are compelled to pay excessive amounts for the privilege of gaining these permissions.
If we count the amount your employer pays to hire you, then up to 61% of your income is deducted from your pay by the government, which leaves the average man with only around 50% of the amount it costs his employer to employ him. From the remaining 50% of your pay, you have to pay 20% tax on everything you buy. So you are left with only around 40% of your earnings before you even start to calculate the thousands of different types of taxes demanded from us. Council tax is a big one, perhaps taking away another 10% of your income, then there is a tax on alcohol, tobacco, fuel, car tax, property purchase, taxed on earning, taxed on saving, taxed on spending, taxed even when you die.
Should we, as Christians, really conform to everything the government tells us and say nothing? Many Christians will quote 1 Peter 2:13-15 where it says “Submit yourselves for the Lord’s sake to every human authority: whether to the emperor, as the supreme authority, or to governors, who are sent by him to punish those who do wrong and to commend those who do right. For it is God’s will that by doing good you should silence the ignorant talk of foolish people.”
This passage shows how Jesus went meekly to the cross, not opening his mouth and encourages us to emulate him. However, this is not the whole story. The same Jesus who went to the cross quietly also told the Pharisees they were a generation of vipers. On another occasion, he told them they were like whitewashed tombs. There were many places where Jesus spoke out against and denounced the Pharisees if you study his life.
Neither did it end at speaking out. He made a cord into a whip and drove the moneychangers out of the temple, upturning their tables in the process. Meek and quiet Jesus was certainly not always meek and quiet, and neither should we be.
Examine when Jesus spoke out and when he remained silent, and you will find that if it only affected himself, he remained silent, but when it affected others, he got angry. So perhaps we should take this as our guideline. If something is only going to affect or disadvantage us, then suck it up. If, however, it will affect others, especially the vulnerable in society, then it is our obligation and duty to speak out on their behalf.
The vast majority of people just do not see what is going on in the world at the moment. Most people, including Christians, just do not see the great deception taking place regarding the Covid-19 “pandemic”. Most people do not research things themselves but simply believe what the government and mainstream media tell them.
The population is utterly blind to the fact that there have been no more deaths in the last couple of years than in previous years. They are entirely oblivious that the average age of death for Covid fatalities is 83 years old, older than the average death rate through other causes. They are altogether ambivalent to the proposal to inject every kid with an experimental gene therapy that is killing thousands of people, even though Covid-19 is virtually no risk to them.
The recovery rate for Covid-19 patients is 99.97%, and yet a “vaccination” is being forced down our throats, with many being fired from their jobs for not taking it. In Australia, troops are firing rubber bullets into peaceful protestors. In France, those choosing not to take the vaccine are not even allowed to go into a shopping mall. In New South Wales, a government official said people had a free choice to take the vaccine or not but stressed he would make life very difficult for them.
In Lithuania, one woman could not take the vaccine since she was pregnant. She and her husband were sacked from their jobs and cannot enter any shop bigger than 100m2, which is very restrictive. In the USA, the President has announced that any company with more than 100 employees may only employ fully vaccinated people. The pandemic is so severe that they can afford to sack thousands of doctors and nurses, who having seen the real picture, have declared they will not take the “vaccine”.
In all this, the majority of Christians are not speaking out. Indeed, in most cases, they are supporting these draconian measures that enslave the world’s populations. Leaders in the world are attacking the people and especially those who are vulnerable. Jesus would have spoken out against this, and so will I. The current policies of governments worldwide are designed and planned to make slaves out of us all. The measures have nothing at all to do with health. That is simply a smokescreen.
I want to say to the leaders of our world. “This is what the Lord, God of Heaven, says to you. Let my people go so that they may worship me, or I will send the full force of my wrath against you and your officials, so that you may know that there is none like me in all the earth”.
Christian leaders of our Churches do not think you will escape wrath if you fail to speak out against the murder of the elderly or the sterilisation of the young. You are being warned that this is taking place, and the evidence is available for all to see if you only go and look for it outside the government and mainstream media propaganda. Ignorance will be no excuse since you are supposed to be discerning through the Holy Spirit. The lack of discernment only further demonstrates the absence of the Holy Spirit in your Churches.
God’s wrath and judgement will fall soon on those who have been part of this major attack on those whom God loves. If you have been part of this, then you should be trembling in your shoes. Hebrews 10:30-31 says, “For we know him who said, “It is mine to avenge; I will repay,” and again, “The Lord will judge his people.” It is a dreadful thing to fall into the hands of the living God.”