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 ALWAYS remember: the Protestant Reformation brought us all of the political liberty that we know of today. There’s no such thing as national sovereignty without the Reformation. There’s no such thing as private rights without the Reformation. There’s no such thing as the Law of Nations, as we know of it today, of Montesquieu and the others, without the Reformation.

 When the Reformation came with their doctrines of salvation by grace through faith alone, and that there was no need of the papacy, the priesthood to go to Heaven — that all one needs is salvation in Christ, and Romans 1:17: the righteous shall live by faith, the Reformation came, it completely stripped Rome of its spiritual power. The priests were no longer wanted because the people were getting the word of YHWH in a Bible, specifically in Holland, England, and Germany. Studying to show THEMSELVES approved, revivals started breaking forth and the Reformation finally broke the Roman yoke away from the power of the Pope. The Roman Empire was breaking up. Charles V, the Emperor, resigned and became a monk. To his only credit thereafter, he learned that the words silent and listen are spelled with the same letters and became a gardener.

 The Holy Spirit was moving mightily in breaking the fallen human  nature of the Roman Empire, started by Charlemagne and the Pope. This was not good for Rome, they were losing lots of money. The nations were not paying "Peter’s pence" anymore, which today we call "foreign aid" in this country. The Pope was extremely peeved about this.

 What’s he going to do? These nations are breaking away from us; they’re not under our temporal or spiritual power; and it’s very important to remember that the Pope claims two powers—spiritual and temporal—and with the breaking of his spiritual power, he then lost his temporal power. In other words, he no longer had the ability to rule the people through the king of the country, because the king was breaking away, like Henry VIII.

 So, Henry VIII broke away from the Roman Church and formed the Church of England; he no longer was subject to the Pope. This was happening in England, in Germany, in Holland, and other places.

 As a result of this divine move, satan then raised up a mystery of iniquity, one Ignatius Loyola, with his demonisms, his "spiritual exercises". Loyola had been a member of the Spanish Alumbrados, which is what we call the Illuminati today. He was used the Jesuit Order to attempt to regain back what had been done by the Holy Spirit, birthed within the leaders of the Reformation: i.e. what the Holy Spirit birthed through Luther, Calvin, and Knox — none of those men died violent deaths. They all lived to older age and died peacefully, amidst the power of the Jesuit machinations.

 The Council of Trent consists of 25 Sessions. Those 25 Sessions accurse and condemn all the doctrines of the Reformation. It condemns anybody who does not believe that the literal Jesus Christ is in the host [holy communion bread], and that his literal blood is in the wine. That’s called transubstantiation. Anybody who does not believe that is an accursed anathema. Anybody who believes that their salvation is outside the Catholic Church is accursed anathema. Anybody who believes in justification by grace through faith—anathema, accursed. Anybody who believes that the Pope is not the vicar of Christ—accursed, anathema. You see, all of these doctrines were being put forth as a result of reading the Bible, which produced the Reformation, and so the Jesuits accursed everything that the Reformers were preaching. This is all in their Law called the Council of Trent.

 In the 4th Session, which is probably the most important Session, the Jesuits condemn freedom of speech, freedom of the press, and freedom of conscience. So, no man has the right to choose his own religion; no man has the right to publish what he feels is the truth; and no man has the right to freedom of conscience.

 Those rights were secured by our Baptist/Calvinist forefathers in the First Amendment. The man who wrote the First Amendment was James Madison, who was a Baptist/Calvinist, and he was told that by  Baptist/Calvinist in Virginia, Doc. John Leland: "If you don’t secure all those rights, Virginia will not ratify the Constitution." Virginia was a Baptist/Calvinist state.

 So, we have a warfare between the Council of Trent and the doctrines of the Reformation, particularly as outlined by John Calvin in his Institutes Of The Christian Religion. Calvin [1536] wrote the Institutes Of The Christian Religion, he finished it when he was 27, and he dedicated it to the King of France. And because the Jesuits so hated him, he was driven from France and finally resided in Geneva to the day of his death, when he became Governor of Geneva. It’s Calvin and his Institutes Of The Christian Religion vs. Loyola and his Council of Trent, if you want it sewed-up in two major documents.

 The Council of Trent was the response of Rome to the Protestant Reformation. Council of Trent...... from 1545-1563, eighteen years. A Council that took place in the town of Trent, Italy.

 The Presbyterian Westminster Confession And Faith that was finished in 1648, after the 30 Years War, is another extension of Calvin’s Institutes, and is what the Church of Scotland and the Covenanters went by when they resisted the powers of Rome and England. That document is a major document, and it’s not the new Westminster Confession, it’s the old one of 1648, where they called the Pope the man of sin, that Roman Anti Christ, and they also denounced anti-Christian tyranny.

 And that it is their duty, to use what they call "the sword of the spirit", which is the Word of YHWH, which we read in Ephesians, Chapter 6, and "the sword of just defense"—the gun, the sword.

 So as then, it is today, with both nations of Israel, we believe that there is a time for peace and a time for war, and we do not refuse to go to the battlefield when it’s necessary. It was the Calvinists who gave us our political liberty in England with Cromwell. He was a Calvinist and an independent Baptist. It was Calvinists in Holland who gave the Dutch their political liberty, with William of Orange, and later his son, Prince Maurice, and then later, in our great country, when it was Washington, the Freemason who did not go into that Masonic Lodge the last 30 years of his life—in his own words—who was a Baptist and a Calvinist. He was baptized in the First Baptist Church of New York by one of his captains, Pastor Gano, all surrounded by Calvinists.

 That’s why they didn’t surrender at Valley Forge's 911; that’s why, when they were naked, when they went through the snow, barefoot, they endured that because they were Bible-believing Calvinists who refused to submit to the tyranny of King George, controlled by the Jesuits.

 2010: And that is the soul of our country. If we lose that soul, we’ve lost everything. And those very same Baptists, in the Second Amendment, secured their right to bear arms, because they secured the right, the "sword of just defense". And the "sword of the spirit" is contained in the First Amendment, the right to have the Bible never taken from them, the right of freedom of speech, freedom of the press, and freedom of conscience. The right to choose his own religion; the right to publish what he feels is the truth; the right to freedom of conscience.

 The two swords of Calvinism are secured in the First and Second Amendments. Without those first two Amendments, all the others are nothing.

 
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