The 501c3 Church is under the thumb of the government. When you marry the government, they start having a say in what you are talking about. Now, why is the government involved in the Church if there is a separation between Church and State? Why does the Church owe the government taxes when there is a separation?
We talk about this a lot, but it bares repeating, many times. We have been lied to so much. Everything we have been told is a lie. How our government operates, WHY we are where we are. Lies. Did you know the Revolutionary War wasn’t “Won”. It ended in a treaty between the United States and Britain. They had a say in how our country ran, otherwise it wouldn’t have been a treaty. There were terms on both sides, and compromise.
We MUST wake up. We must see the forest through the trees and see the Matrix for what it is. We have been lied to about EVERYTHING, but the truth is coming out. We just have to listen.
Hey, Pass the Salt.
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“…Many pastors pay homage to today’s non-Christian government by their annual “pilgrimage” to the Internal Revenue Service to petition the government (something done to a god) for a renewal of their church or ministry’s 501(c)(3) tax-exempt incorporation status:
‘A church that voluntarily initiates an ‘application’ to the state for ‘corporate’ status … and [501(c)(3)] ‘tax exemption’ has petitioned the state to dictate its right to exist and prosper. Thus, the church consents to a change of its STATUS from a ‘lawful’ assembly of PRIVATE CITIZENS, to that of a ‘legal’ gathering of PUBLIC SUBJECTS.’52
“By definition, a corporation is a creation and, therefore, a minion of the State. In other words, when a church incorporates under the government, the government, rather than Christ, becomes its head. Bishop Leonard H. Bolick of the North Carolina Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Churches in America provided an inside witness to the fact that incorporated churches are agents of the state rather than ambassadors of Yahweh:
‘…the church, when it comes to marriage, is an agent of the state.’53
“Bishop Bolick was not limiting the states’ involvement in incorporated churches to simply marriage. Incorporated churches are agents of the state in all matters that the state, as its creator, dictates….”
For more, see “Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image,” the second in a series of ten free online books on each of the Ten Commandments and their respective statutes and judgments, at http://www.bibleversusconstitution.org/onlineBooks/second-commandment.html.