Friday, January 25, 2013

The Global Future - Sustainable Development

Do you have plans for your future?

Do you have a vision and a planned agenda for your life and the life of your family?

The globalists of the world do.  They have been planning your future and the future of your family and the future of the people of the world for many decades already.  They have an actual agenda:  Agenda 21, UNCED

At Agenda 21, UNCED the agenda is currently available as PDF or HTML.  But the UN keeps changing their site, making it hard to link to this information.

The global agenda planners call their planning “Sustainable Development” and “Sustainable Living.”  These terms have been circulated through the media and the government schools.  They are being used throughout the Green Movement at every level of government, from the local county and city planners to the national governments of the world.

During the 1990s, the terms were being inculcated but the source was kept more or less secret.  The people of the world were not told openly that this terminology and planning was a global scheme planned by the powerful elite of the world.

The terms were carefully chosen to sound innocuous.  But if a person reads carefully and with discernment, one begins to realize what is really enshrined in the terminology and agenda.

What does Sustainable Development really mean?  To the innocent observer it sounds as though wise use of natural resources in ways that promote clean and efficient usage that coincides with natural renewability is the agenda.  But as one reads with discernment and wariness, one soon perceives that the actual sustainable development of this agenda is the development of sustainability of power and control for the elite over the rest of the people of the world.

This agenda has been propagated through the media and every social network for decades, since long before social networking was a term in common parlance.  The result is that most people are oblivious to the changes in power structuring that have been implemented.

The agenda reaches even farther back into history, if one accounts the secret societies and their centuries of activities. For example, most people have been conditioned to think of the Masonic Lodge in connection with the Shriners, without even considering what it means to be a Shrine-er.  In times past, the Shriners shrined and shrouded the covert activities of the lodges, presenting a facade of foolishness and innocent childish enactments as a cover for the real workings of their lodges.

An organization that few people know about is the World Constitution and Parliament Association (WCPA).  In earlier years this was a very secretive group.  In the 1990s only a few knew of it and stepped forward to expose the group and its agenda.  Since then the WCPA has gone public, but not openly so.  Have you ever heard of this organization?  Has it been reported in the media?

The purpose of this organization is the implementation of a One World Order, a one world government.  This organization has been responsible for drafting The Constitution for the Federation of Earth — "The Earth Constitution".

Here is the WCPA web page.

"Let us raise a standard to which the wise and honest can repair."

That sounds wonderful!  Doesn’t it?

It does indeed, at least until one considers what it really says.  It says that a single standard or flag or banner will replace all national standards.  Is this really what the people want?  Are the people of the world really clamoring for a new world order in they which will no longer have any options?  Are the people of the world really desiring to have their every movement monitored and regulated by a far away group of elite controllers?  Do the people really want to have their national uniqueness stripped away from them with a new unilateral way imposed upon them?

The newer WCPA web page presents an even lovelier picture of the new One World Order:

Here is a closer view of the very lovely sentiment expressed on this page:

Thank you Glen T. Martin for this picture of the New World Order.

A little lower on the same web page Glenn offers this photograph, with the caption: “Democratic World Law is the twenty-first century form of love”.

What does this look like to you?  Does this look like a gathering for a religious conference?  Is that not what the slogan “Democratic World Law is the twenty-first century form of love” suggests?

What about this photograph?

In case you cannot read the banner on the side of the van:

How about this one?

Doesn’t this group make you feel good about having them determining how you must live your life? Are you not filled with confidence for the future as you think of those who call themselves the “World Thinkers and Poets” drafting the laws by which you will be governed?

“Democratic World Law is the twenty-first century form of love”, does this not bring to memory how George W. Bush spoke of “Spreading Democracy” to nations that he and his advisors determined to be in need of being invaded and conquered and occupied by U.S. military forces?  Is this not the same rhetoric of Barack Hussein Obama, or Barack H. Obama, as he was sworn in for the second time, as he expands this concept of World Love through the drone attacks in addition to other bombings, assassinations, manhunts, and military force?

Many Americans have accepted this rhetoric.  They gather behind their political party and cheer.  They especially cheer when their favorite leader says: “And God bless America” or “Thank you.  God bless you, and may He forever bless these United States of America.”

Is a world-wide religion being promoted by the slogan:  “Democratic World Law is the twenty-first century form of love”?  On this you may find Gary Kah’s Historical Summary from his book, “The New World Religion,” an informative read.

Furthermore, even without the new world religious considerations, the means of enforcement and implementation of this new world government and constitution is eye opening.  Consider what the WCPA The Constitution for the Federation of Earth — "The Earth Constitution" says especially in “Article 10 • The Enforcement System” and “Article 17 • Ratification and Implementation.”

Read these with the language of Agenda 21 in mind.  Then observe the changes already being forcibly imposed upon your own locality.  Observe the many increases in taxes, fees, and regulations.  Observe how often the term “sustainable” and “green” are the motivational control words.  Observe how often financial institutions are using these terms to manipulate you into surrendering personal control to them.  Observe how often the concept of “world peace” has been and continues to be used to reform people’s thinking to willing acceptance of more and more regulation and control by the governing entities.

This is a great and enormous load for a person to carry.  Such knowledge can be overwhelming.

For those who desire to have this and other burdens lessened and even removed, I offer the reminder that such is available through the one true religion of the one true God, the Lord, Yahweh, Jesus.

Psalm 23

     The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters. He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's sake. Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me. Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over. Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the house of the Lord for ever.

     Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls. For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.  (Matthew 11:28-30)

For those who are willing to consider it, there is an historical fact that is really quite marvelous to ponder.  In the history of the world there was one nation, one people, who needed no government to be imposed upon them.  Those who trusted in the Lord had only His divinely ordained order for family.  No other government was needed, for the Lord was their true Shepherd and they trusted in Him and walked in His ways.  Even when the Lord delivered His people from their bondage in Egypt, they had no external government.  As long as they continued in the true fear and love of the Lord their God, they had peace, both amongst themselves as well as peace from attack by foreign kingdoms.

But they kept turning away to trusting in their own desires and reason and in the ways that they observed amongst other peoples.  Each time they suffered as the Lord and His holy life were pushed aside and out of their lives.  Eventually they demanded that Samuel give them a king like that of the other nations.  Samuel warned them of what such a demand would bring upon them and how they would lose the freedom that exists only in the blessed communion of the Lord.  But they insisted and then they had to endure harsh treatment and regulations and taxation and conflicts.

Yet the Lord promised that He would raise one up from among them through whom He would restore His divine rule so that they would again enjoy His peace, His rest or Sabbath.

We all long for this deep in our souls.  This is why Glen T. Martin chose the phrase: “Let us raise a standard to which the wise and honest can repair.”  This is an appeal to the conscience in which God has written His eternal Law.  “Repair” is a term for rest, or Sabbath.  The Lord established this from the Seventh Day.  Mankind has a deep yearning for this to be restored, even though mankind also resists it continually.

This blessed Sabbath Rest is the rule of peace that the Lord promised with the promise of the Messiah or Christ.  This peace is superior to the peace that people imagine and strive to achieve for themselves.  This peace can and does exist and even prevails in the midst of the most extreme crises.  For those who are baptized into the body of Christ, into God’s kingdom on earth, this peace now rules and guards their hearts and minds in Christ Jesus as St. Paul assures us in Philippians 4:7.

There are many religions and even many Christian religions that offer a path to peace.  But the peace of God is not found through following a path.  Rather, the peace of God in Christ IS the path.  It is the path upon which, or more precisely, into which we are regenerated by the Holy Spirit through the water of Baptism.  Jesus Himself is the path or the way or the hodos.  For those in whom the faith to believe this has been generated from above, they continually abide in this peace, this way of life.  They continually come to the Sacrament where Jesus is received again and again along with all that He promises to give to His beloved disciples.  They go forth renewed in Christ and His grace, mercy, and peace to face the daily lack of peace in the world.  This peace of God empowers them to continue in His peace even in the most extreme circumstances and trials.  This peace carries them through in the victory that has already been won for them on the cross and imparted to them in their baptism.

For those who seek to find peace through their own efforts, rejecting the means of grace through which this peace of God is given freely, they continue to seek and struggle and strive to obtain what they only imagine for themselves.  They obtain momentary sensations of peace, but never the enduring peace that overcomes all things.

After Joshua had led the people of Israel into the new land and established them in it by the hand of the Lord, he gathered them together at Shechem and said to them:

     And if it seem evil unto you to serve the Lord, choose you this day whom ye will serve; whether the gods which your fathers served that were on the other side of the flood, or the gods of the Amorites, in whose land ye dwell: but as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.  (Joshua 24:15)

Notice that Joshua does not imply that abiding in God’s grace and peace and commandments is a choice that believers make.  He actually declares exactly the opposite.  He says that those who consider it evil to serve/worship the Lord are those who make a choice.  Those who know the Lord as the Almighty and the Most High God who hears their prayers and delivers them from all of their enemies, even sin and death and the devil, those who fear Him so as to acknowledge Him as their omnipotent Savior and Redeemer so that they look to Him in every need in true trust as their heavenly Father, such serve/worship Him in accord with what He has ordained rather than seeking and choosing for themselves how best to live or to define and approach God.  Such Godfearing people do not struggle to find peace.  They abide in the peace that has been won for them through the struggles and strife of the One who did so in their stead.  They do not seek to find this peace, neither do they strive to obtain it, neither do they fabricate ways to peace, for this peace possesses them, heart, mind, body, and soul.  This peace guards and keeps them forevermore in their Prince of Peace, Christ Jesus.

Those who reject this way, who deny Jesus outrightly, they seek to obtain peace through various means of force.  They try to regulate people to maintain peace.  They try to “spread democracy” with guns and tanks and planes and ships and missiles and bombs.  They try to coerce people into ways of peaceful control through World Constitutions and United Nations’ agendas.

What is worse yet is the way in which those who create a Jesus in their own image and so they seek to obtain peace through their own religions that they present as of Christ.  Such “Christians” have rejected the express declarations of Jesus that His kingdom is not of this world and that His kingdom is a spiritual kingdom and that the kingdom of God does not come by observation and that it especially does not come through worldly government by the power of the sword or gun.  And so such things as Christian Crusades and Inquisitions have been promoted and exercised.  Less overt methods are pursued, too, such as the Church Growth Movement, the Ecumenical Movement, Evangelism Programs, Revivals, Evangelism Crusades, Altar Calls, and TV/Radio Evangelism.  When each of these are examined for what they really are they are exposed as more subtle ways of coercion and methodology.  And so people are told to make decisions and choices and commitments that they do not have the power to fulfill.  People are told to make Christ the center of their life and they struggle ever after to try to convince themselves that they have done so sufficiently.  On and on the struggles arise.

The peace that the Scriptures of the Holy Spirit teach is the peace that is received purely as a gift, through means ordained by the Giver of this peace.  His ordained means require nothing of those who receive them.  The power and efficaciousness of these means are entirely independent of those who receive them.  The Giver is the one who acts.  He gives freely by grace through faith, and even this faith is His work and gift.

As for me, I will stand with Joshua in saying, “as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.”  After all, of what does serving the Lord consist beyond the “Amen” that faith produces?

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