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Lesson 101: On This Page:

1.  A "Person's" Office;

2.  Resident - Office Holder of Person;

3.  Non-Resident/Non-Person Office;

4.  Authority;

5.  Intent Establishes Jurisdiction;

6.  Paramount Claim to Highways;

7.  Purpose Separates Jurisdictions;

8.  Office Controls Man;

9.  Conflict of Offices;

10. Plaintiff Owns Court;

11. Notice of Court Deficiencies;

12. Trial of Jesus;

13. Casting First Stone;

14. Request for יתןתly Counsel.

Return to Top A “Person’s” Office


There is only one Source of power and authority and that is from our Creator, the Heavenly Father. All other authorities are imaginary - they originate from and are imagi-NATIONS.

Today we find that the whole world is divided into nations. Inside those nations are hundreds of offices created out of the imagi-NATIONS of men. These offices are designed to artificially license, regulate and control other men. Those who hold these offices wield their power by making up laws and then compelling others to obey them.

Let's start with a look at any of the many Motor Vehicle Codes. Hundreds of offences are listed. One thing they have in common is only a "person" commits the offences:

A person commits the offence of failure to carry a license. . .

A person commits the offence of failure to register a vehicle. . .

A person commits the offence of driving uninsured. . . .

You can only become a state-generated "person" and subject to their statutes by taking up residency with the state and stepping into the office of person. The most common office held in any state is the "office of person". It is an office most people fill without even knowing it. The state created this office as a way to control people. They cannot control you if you are a man or a woman. Why? Because יתןת created you, thus by right of His creation He owns and controls you.

The state gets around יתןת's control by creating an artificial office, such as "person," and then claiming that you are filling that office. You must hold an office within their government in order for them to regulate you. First comes the office and then comes the control.

It is the nature of law, that what one creates, one controls. Law is the force that binds a creature to its creator. יתןת created us and we are subject to His laws, whether or not we acknowledge Him as our Creator and whether or not we acknowledge His laws. Scripture tells us there is only one Lawgiver and Judge (James 4:12).

Legislators imagine that they can play יתןת and create whole bodies of law, motor vehicle codes, building codes, compulsory education laws, and then they create supporting institutions to administer these regulations. Within these organizations are hundreds of state-generated offices from “clerk to president”; from “Bobby to Queen”, but these organizations cannot function properly unless they have subjects to regulate. Thus they create the office of "person."

Webster's dictionary defines the word, "person." It literally means "the mask an actor wears". That's its original meaning. The purpose of a mask is to provide a covering for the face to conceal or disguise one's true character or identity. A mask is a false front.

An actor is the warm-blooded creature behind the mask. The mask was created by man, while the actor was created by יתןת. The actor without a mask is directly accountable to his Creator, יתןת. But when an actor puts on a mask created by man, he is directed and controlled by the mask’s creator. Whatever the mask’s actor is required to do in the "play," the actor must do because he is behind the mask. The mask cannot do it on its own.

The legislature creates the office of "person" which is a mask. They don't create real people, only יתןת can do that. Then by means of tacit consent they persuade a flesh and blood man or woman to put on the mask. Now the legislature controls the mask and through it, the actor behind the mask.

Return to Top Resident = Office Holder of Person

All state residents hold an office in the state government (state, province, territory, etc.). The most popular office is "person”. But not everyone who is a resident holds the office of "person." Some residents hold the office of “police officer”. Some are called "judge." Their role is determined by the mask they wear. When these bureaucrats put on the mask of their office, they can take your money. They can throw you in prison. They can seize your land and sell it out from under you. They can do all kinds of heinous acts. How do they get away with it? As long as they wear the mask of their office, it provides a covering for their wickedness. And as long as you wear your assigned mask, they have directional or “legal” control over you by means of man's artificial laws.

The reason all state residents hold an office is so the state can control and manipulate everything. The state is so deeply involved in controlling everything, that it even tries to control those who belong to יתןת. That is its nature. The state is in direct and absolute competition with יתןת.

Do you think you are a free man? They tell us, "all men are free”. What they don't say is that by holding a state office, a free man becomes a slave or subject beholden to the state. The state is ever ready to entice us into the office of "person." Once we step into that office we cease to be free men under יתןת. We are regulated creatures, created by the legislature. We hear about "free men," but we never hear about "free persons."

If you build your house on an office created by men, it will be built on sand. The office is changed and manipulated to conform to the whims of men. When you hold the office of "person", created by the legislature, your office isn't fixed. Your duties and responsibilities are ever changing. Each legislative session binds a "person" to more burdens and requirements.

Return to Top Non-Resident/Non-Person Offices

If you look in the Bible, Jesus has set up various offices under the covering of His Church. "For as we have many members in one body, and all members have not the same office" (Romans 12:4). These offices are for citizens of יתןת’s Natural Church (as opposed to man's artificial statutes, churches, states, etc.). When we fill these offices instituted by Christ, we leave no room for crafty men to convince us to jump into the offices that they have set up.

Review Ephesians 4:11-14: “And he gave some, apostles; and some, prophets; and some, evangelists; and some, pastors and teachers; For the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ: Till we all come in the unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of יתןת, unto a perfect man, unto the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ: That we henceforth be no more children, tossed to and fro, and carried about with every wind of doctrine, by the sleight of men, and cunning craftiness, whereby they lie in wait to deceive.”

To establish a proper foundation, you must hold an office that is built upon Christ, our Rock. In the office of ambassador or member of the Lord Jesus Christ’s Natural Church, your office is fixed (see 2 Corinthians 5:20). You know what Jesus Christ expects from you. Christ doesn't change that office. The requirement is simple; live in righteousness. Love יתןת and do to others what you would like done to you. Because that office is unchanging, the foundation is like a rock and the burdens are light.

Don't be deceived into taking up residency with the states. Take up your residency in the Kingdom of יתןת by declaring membership in His Natural Church. Find out what your gifts are and use them for the Kingdom of יתןת.

Return to TopAuthority

Where does authority come from? Let's look at John 15:4-6, "Abide in me, and I in you." Does it say, "Abide in the state and the state in you?" No! It says Abide in me. Abide in Christ.

"As the branch cannot bear fruit of itself, except it abide in the vine; no more can ye, except ye abide in me. I am the vine, ye are the branches: He that abideth in me, and I in him, the same bringeth forth much fruit: for without me ye can do nothing" (John 15:4,5).

That means if you start filling those state offices, you are abiding in the state and are cut off from the vine or Church of יתןת. Apart from Him, you can do nothing. You have no life. "If a man abide not in me, he is cast forth as a branch, and is withered; and men gather them, and cast them into the fire, and they are burned" (John 15:6).

The state has kicked out Jesus Christ and all members of His Church. Any of the offices they have created are part of a vine that does not receive its life from Jesus. All the branches on the state's vine will wither and die. Let Jesus Christ and His Church be your covering. "Repent!" Take off that mask. Quit being a "person" beholding to their decrees. "For the LORD is our judge, the LORD is our lawgiver, the LORD is our king; he will save us" (Isaiah 33:22). When you remove the mask, you become directly accountable to יתןת and only to יתןת. Take up your office in the Kingdom of יתןת as a member of His Natural Church. Fill the offices that Jesus created and do the works of יתןת.

Return to Top Intent Establishes Jurisdiction

Who, specifically, is included in the subset of "persons"? Does it include everyone on earth, or only residents, or even a special group? It turns out that it depends on who wrote the law and what elements are in the statute. As an example, if a rule stated that all "persons" must be awake at 6:00 a.m., then the "persons" affected would only be those under the control of the rule-maker. Does this mean only residents? No. Even guests would be affected if they came into the control area of the rule-maker. Foreigners could come under the jurisdiction of the rule-maker.

This means a member of יתןת’s Natural Church could come under the jurisdiction of a world authority. What if the state makes a statute that says all "persons" must have a driver license to use the highways of this state? Normally, only state residents would be required to obtain a state driver license because they have made the lawmakers their יתןת. Could the state's jurisdiction also include other states' residents? Yes, depending on how aggressive that state wants to be. This is done by compacts and agreements with other states.

How about requiring a driver license for those who are not a resident with any state, such as citizens of the Kingdom of יתןת; the members of His Natural Church? Yes. The reason is that the state claims the highways as their own and grants privileges to whomever they choose. Therefore, anyone who uses the highways in the state must have a driver license from a recognized state. This means jurisdiction includes everyone in the universe that wants to use the highways in that state.

Return to Top Paramount Claim to Highways

Traveling without the state's permission looks hopeless, but not all bases have been nor can they be covered. Remember that the state "claims" the highways in the state and grants permission to use them. Where does the state get the right to "claim" the highways? By the simple statement that the highways are needed for a state purpose.

Two thousand years ago, Jesus Christ established the Kingdom of יתןת and declared our membership in His one and only Natural Church. After His resurrection, He commanded that His followers, "Go to all nations". This great commandment established the highways in the Kingdom of יתןת. Jesus Christ claimed all highways and byways. Even the paths leading to everyone's doorstep became highways in the Kingdom of יתןת’s Church. How did Jesus get the right to "claim" the highways? By the simple statement that the highways were needed for His purpose.

The man-made states came into existence about 1,800 years after Christ's Kingdom and the states then also made their secondary claim over the same highways. Does the states' claim overrule Christ's claim? No. The states cannot undo what Christ did. What does this mean? It means that there are two jurisdictions over the same highways. Actually, there are many jurisdictions over the same highways. Most nations claim the highways as post roads for the purpose of moving the mail. The military claims the highways for the purpose of protecting the people through the use of violence.

Return to Top Purpose Separates Jurisdictions

Is there a conflict between the jurisdictions? Sometimes yes, sometimes no. There might be a few squabbles, but most of those struggles have been resolved. How does one know which highway he is on? It is quite simple. Even though the highways have the same street names in all jurisdictions, they are discerned by the intended purpose of travel. All highways are established by "intent."

The purpose or intent of traveling down a highway establishes who is god over that highway. Even though the facts look identical, the purpose separates the jurisdictions. Scripture talks about this in several places. Two houses look the same, but have different foundations. Two women are at a millstone; one taken, the other one left. Two men are in the same field; one taken, the other one left. The difference between all these situations is the foundation or intent. Two people can be doing exactly the same thing and using exactly the same space and be under two different jurisdictions.

One person can drive down the highway and be under the state motor vehicle code and its regulations. Another man can drive down the same highway without those burdens. The second man is using the highways for the paramount claim of taking the Gospel to all nations. He is only subject to the light burdens of Jesus Christ. The state is trespassing if it tries to hamper the free travel of this man. The state cannot, without trespass; stop, detain, cite, arrest, imprison, or hear actions against such a man. If this man is stopped by an officer of the state, his only obligation is to state his purpose of travel in order to establish that he is using the highways of the Kingdom of יתןת as a member of יתןת’s Church. The state officer must then desist from taking action against him. Otherwise, the officer is trespassing on Christ.

A declared intent would be something like, "I am a member of יתןת’s Natural Church and an Ambassador of Jesus Christ of the Kingdom of יתןת, and I am using the highways in obedience to the Great Commission. You are trespassing if you interfere with my duties and you have no jurisdiction on the highways in the Kingdom of יתןת."

Allegiance is one of those ways to establish intent. Signing contracts is another way to establish intent. When we declare our membership in the YahSheuan Assembly, we have declared our intent and at that point the past is a bucket of ashes. Everything we do from that point on is building on Christ's foundation. In the Spirit realm, intent is the foundation that actions are built upon. The state cannot grant a privilege to use the highways for the members of יתןת’s Church. They did not establish that foundation, therefore it is not theirs to manipulate.

We must be using the highways in the state for their intent in order for them to manipulate our use of the highways. As long as we remain steadfast in Christ's Kingdom and stay on His highways, the state is barred from intervening with our use of the highways. Our struggle is not over citizenship, but over the use of the highways; our membership is indeed, “registered in Heaven”. The state might be able to use the police powers to regulate the highways in the state, but they have no right to interfere with the free travel on the highways for the citizens of the Kingdom of יתןת; His Church members.

When a Member of יתןת’s Church is forced to appear in man's court, everyone will stand up when the judge walks in, but the member must not. When the judge asks if the member has intolerance, he must terll him, "I am in a situation right now that because of my religious beliefs, I cannot rise when you enter the room or call you, 'your honour.' If I did, I would be going against the first of the Ten Commandments."

"What do you mean?" the judge will ask.

"יתןת says in the first commandment, 'I am the Lord thy יתןת, thou shalt not have any false יתןתs before me.' I cannot call you, 'your honour.' If you profess to be a Christian and work for Jesus Christ, I can honour what you do. But I cannot call you, 'your honour.' That is putting you up at a level with Jesus Christ and that would make me a sinner."

The judge may then make any number of non-responsive gestures, or say something like, "Let's get down to business here."

The member will respond with, "I just wanted to make it clear. As far as I am concerned, you do not eat, drink, sleep or get rid of your waste food any differently than I do. I do not put you any higher than myself."

Here is another idea that you might try the next time you are in court. When the judge asks you a question, say, "Before I can answer your question, I need to know, 'Are you my brother in Christ?'" If he says, "No," ask him, "Then who are you to judge someone else's servant?" (Romans 14:4)

If he refuses to answer your question, say, "By the same authority, I have no need to answer your questions." If he is going to remain in darkness, then he must be a stranger and we are commanded to flee from strangers. (John 10:5).

If the judge says, "Yes, I am your brother in Christ." Ask, "Then who are you to lord over your brother? If we are brothers, then don't we have the same Father? And why is brother lording over brother? If you are truly my brother in Christ, then why are you not treating me the way you would want to be treated?"

These questions arouse consciousness. Yes, these judges have their jobs to do, but they do not rule over the household or Church of יתןת. That is the major advantage that we have. They rule over the unbelievers. They worship and serve the state, which is the created thing, rather than our Creator. They are all idolaters because they have exalted the state into יתןת's realm.

When we claim allegiance to the government, persecution begins. But eventually, when we remain steadfast, they can no longer deny our existence. They will have to receive us. Time is on our side. Whenever you try to do anything new, it is always rejected. Even the electric light bulb was rejected. But now here it is and everybody has one. It is the same with the Kingdom of יתןת’s Church.

Return to Top Office Controls Man

Joe is excited because the new governor is a born-again Christian. "Now we have an opportunity to really change the state for the better," Joe said. I think Joe is assuming that because the man holding the office of governor is a professed Christian that somehow the state is going to become more Christian.

It doesn't work that way, Joe. I wish it did. Just because a professing “Christian” fills an office, does not make that office Christian. It does not matter what the governor professes. As soon as he puts on the mask of governor, the duties of his office control his actions. He must act in and on behalf of the state, not in and on behalf of Jesus Christ.

How many times have you heard someone say, "Let's get Christians back in government. Let's vote in the Christians. Let's fill the legislature with Christians. Let's get back to a Christian nation once again." Sorry folks, it doesn't work that way. Again, it does not matter what a particular candidate professes. It is immaterial. Whoever fills the state created office, must perform as the office prescribes.

If every state office were filled by professing Christians, the country would not move one step closer to being a Christian nation. It is the offices themselves that must be changed. The character of the office has to be changed back to what was prescribed by Christ. The duties and responsibilities must conform to the teachings of Jesus Christ. And only those who pass the religious test in 1 John, Chapter 4, could hold office.

A police officer is not required to take a religious test. The police officer must lie. It is part of his office. Not only must he lie, he must be willing to kill. He must be deceptive. He must treat others the way he would not like to be treated. If he had to pass a religious test, then he would have a conflict. But the police officer holds his office without a religious test. His employer does not care if he is a professed Christian so long as he sets aside his Christian beliefs to perform the duties of his office as policemen. Lie. Kill. Do violence to his neighbour. That's part of his job description. He is only doing his job.

That's what the centurions did 2,000 years ago when they took part in the crucifixion of the Son of יתןת. They had a duty. It didn't matter who the guy was that was hanging on the cross.

Return to Top Conflict of Offices

If you profess Christ you cannot fill a state office. Choose whom you will serve. The state won't let you act in the name of Jesus Christ. Mercy and kindness are not part of their law. They don't want you serving one another in love. You must conform to the duties of your office, not to the teachings of Jesus.

Jesus wants us to conform to Him. He says, "Repent!" which means, "Quit the office you are in and be reconciled to יתןת!" Take up an office with יתןת. Then go forth and proclaim the truth of יתןת. Tell people about the offices that are available in the Kingdom of יתןת’s Natural Church. Jesus wants to make all the nations of the world His footstool. That is the way of Christianity. Show people the error of their ways. The errors of their offices. The errors of their agencies. Eventually these offices will close down if there is no one to fill them. When an office closes, the mask vanishes and the warm-blooded creature has to find another place to make his abode. Let's make that abode in Jesus Christ and get our life from the true vine - out from behind any mask.

Return to Top Plaintiff Owns Courts

We believe the things that Jesus Christ has commanded us to do are not subject to adjudication in secular courts. Yet, we are accused day and night and brought before the state's legislative tribunals. The following NOTICE OF COURT DEFICIENCIES points out to the Court that it is like a blind umpire. It cannot possibly see to render an impartial decision because of the plank in its own eye.

We submit the following NOTICE OF COURT DEFICIENCIES to expose the court's inability to render fair, impartial decisions. One judge carefully read the NOTICE and said, "I agree with you 100 percent, but I am going to proceed anyway." After the hearing, she found the member of יתןת’s Church guilty of all charges, ordered him to get a state driver's license and pay fines. A series of letters were written to the court asking for copies of all orders of the court. No responses to the request were received, but one day the court returned a packet of the exhibits submitted in the action. After many years no coercive action has been taken against the member by the court or motor vehicles division. It's as if the hearing never happened.

This NOTICE can be submitted at arraignment, prior to entering a plea, or any time prior to trial. It is important to remain steadfast after submitting the NOTICE because the court will attempt to trick you into accepting their biased court. The court truly has a very serious problem - they just don't want to admit it. Simply keep saying, "I am not ready to proceed until this court meets the basic requirements for a fair trial." (Works for Canada, US or any professing “Christian” nation.)

Prepared by an ambassador for the YahSheuan Assembly
in behalf of her missionary ___________________
To: Court of ____________________ for __________ County
state of __________, Plaintiff v. _____________________.
Your Case No._______


Before the above-referenced action can proceed, the following deficiencies in the Court of the state of __________ for __________ County must be resolved. These deficiencies include:

1. No effective counsel is available for Church missionary. The accused has diligently searched for counsel that is unfettered and not beholden to the plaintiff. It appears the only persons who are allowed to be counsellors are those who have taken a solemn oath to support the plaintiff, the state of __________. Attorneys are also officers of the state and have a duty to see that defendants are punished for violating plaintiff's laws. Thus, the first duty of attorneys is to the courts, not to their clients and when duties conflict, their duties to the court must take precedence. It seems impossible to obtain counsel that can present the Church's side of the conflict because an attorney's first loyalty is to the Plaintiff. The accused is not qualified to represent himself and is unwilling to waive his right to effective, unbiased counsel. Where can an attorney be found who can practice law in your state who is free to effectively counsel the Church missionary and is not beholden to the plaintiff?

2. The judge has taken "loyalty oaths" to support the laws of the plaintiff. He is an employee of the plaintiff and is paid large sums of money to enforce the will of the plaintiff. How can the judge be neutral and unbiased?

3. Every juror is a member of the state and is, therefore, one with the plaintiff. Jurors are also required to swear oaths to support the plaintiff. They, too, receive small amounts of money from the plaintiff. Some jurors also receive large sums of money from the plaintiff in the form of government jobs or handouts. Jurors have an intimate and longstanding relationship with the plaintiff, but have never met the accused.

4. The law enforcement witnesses have a very close relationship to plaintiff and are not impartial. They are paid to go out and enforce the plaintiff's laws and then to testify in court to facts that will help win plaintiff's action. The whole livelihood of law enforcement officers depends on doing the plaintiff's will.

5. This court was created by the plaintiff. Specifically, it is an administrative unit of the legislature and is only a court in name and not in function. It carries out the will of its creator, the plaintiff. Therefore, the court itself has been fettered to the plaintiff and is not an impartial tribunal. It is clear in many court decisions that the judicial power of the lower courts is under the arm of the legislature, instead of being a separate branch of government. The legislative assembly, in embracing its power to change the court’s function, retained only the name of the body, but changed it from a court to an administrative unit. We believe that the conclusion is warranted that so far all courts are created by legislative act.

If an appeal is made to the court's decision, it is handled by the appeals court that was also created by the plaintiff. Thus, the plaintiff makes the laws, employs the police to enforce the laws, and finally adjudicates the laws in the plaintiff's own courts. Is there any chance for a fair, impartial trial when the judges, prosecutors, public defenders, jury and witnesses are not just paid by the plaintiff - they are the plaintiff!

6. Your artificial law affirms that the Bible is the Word of יתןת and recognizes our need to study and apply the teachings of the Holy Scriptures. The Bible declares that Jesus Christ is the highest authority: Then Jesus came to them and said, "All authority in יתןת’s Church and on earth has been given to me." Matthew 28:18. Jesus Christ instructs us: “Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother's eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eye? How can you say to your brother 'Let me take the speck out of your eye,' when all the time there is a plank in your own eye? You hypocrite, first take the plank out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother's eye." Matthew 7:3-5

This "court" is attempting to take the speck out of the missionary's eye, while ignoring the plank in its own eye. This "court" is blind because of its many structural defects and cannot possibly see to remove any defects from the accused. As Jesus instructs us, "If any one of you is without sin let him be the first to throw a stone" (John 8:7). The court must first correct its own defects before attempting to correct the defects of the Church missionary. If the court is unable to resolve its own deficiencies, then it cannot possibly see clearly to correct any deficiencies of the Church or the Church members.

Here are some questions for the court that the Church has answered from your laws. Please correct the Church if the answers are in error:

Q. What constitutes a fair trial?

1. An adequate hearing and an impartial tribunal, free from any interest, bias, or prejudice.

2. A fair and impartial jury and a learned and upright judge to instruct jury and pass upon legal questions, and an atmosphere of calm in which witnesses can deliver their testimony without fear and intimidation, . . . and in which truth may be received and given credence without fear of violence.

3. An orderly trial before an impartial jury, and judge whose neutrality is indifferent to every factor in trial but that of administering justice. Bias or prejudice either inherent in the structure of the trial system or as imposed by external events will deny one's right to a fair trial. A fair trial in a fair tribunal is a basic requirement of due process.

Q. Why should a person have a fair trial, why not an unfair trial?
A. The answer is so obvious as to be self-evident. It isn't right for men to judge their own cause. Considering human nature, neither party to a dispute can be trusted to render judgment justly. A third party can do so only if he is unbiased and fully appraised of the facts.

Q. Who created this court?
A. The state of __________.

Q. Who is the plaintiff in this action?
A. The state of __________.

Q. Who pays the judge, district attorney, public defender, witnesses, jury and staff?
A. The state of __________.

Q. Where is the impartial third party whose neutrality is indifferent to every factor in the trial except that of administering justice?
A. There is none.

Q. When can plaintiff try its own cases?
A. Only if plaintiff is lord over the accused or if the accused has agreed to a biased court.

The Church's lord is not the state of __________. Our Lord is Jesus Christ, the King of kings and Lord of lords. Our Church missionary does not consent to being tried in a secular tribunal "owned" by the plaintiff. Nor does the missionary, a member of the body of Christ, claim to be also a part of the state or under its supervision. "No man can serve two masters" (Matthew 6:24). Upon what authority does this court use state statutes to judge a missionary of יתןת’s Church while under the jurisdiction of the Kingdom of יתןת? Missionary has not knowingly consented to having his יתןת-given duties judged by an administrative tribunal of the legislature. (Matthew 28:18-20) We are not aware that the state of __________ has supervisory authority over Jesus Christ and His Church. (See Matthew 22:21)

If the state insists on trying the Church missionary, we require a court that is not beholden to the legislature, a court that is part of a separate judicial branch and free to hear Constitutional issues related to separation of Church and state. We require a fair trial, in an impartial court with the assistance of effective, unbiased counsel. Until these basic requirements of due process are met, the Church missionary is not ready to proceed.

(Dated and signed by missionary and signed and sealed by a Church Elder)

For most of us, the thought of appearing in court before a black-robed priest sends cold shivers down our spine. No one wants to be dragged into their courts. The entire court system is evil. Its objective is to destroy human life and human spirits. Courts are the gateway to the synagogues of Satan.

Most of us are scared of the power of the courts. But there is a way to defuse the courts and render them harmless. When you "defuse" a bomb, you remove the plug so that it can't blow up and destroy anything. That's what we are able to do with the courts. We are defusing their power and rendering them harmless.

1. The first plug we're pulling on the courts is "judgment." The lifeblood of courts is judging. Jesus says, "Judge not, that ye be not judged" (Matthew 7:1). If we cannot judge one another, then what will become of the black-robed men sitting in their high seats? They will have no work to do. In the Kingdom of יתןת’s Church there can be no courts, no prosecutors, and no judges.

"For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged." I don't want to judge you. For if I do, the same measuring stick that I use to judge you, will be used to judge me. How can I possibly see to remove the speck in your eye, when there's a log in mine own eye? (Matthew 7:1-5).

2. The next fuse to pull is "oath taking." Courts depend upon oaths. Those who testify must swear to tell "the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth." Jesus says, "Swear not at all. Let your communication be Yea, yea; Nay, nay: for whatsoever is more than these cometh of evil" (Matthew 5:33-37). Swearing requires telling the whole truth. That is more than just answering "yes" or "no." Yet, whatsoever is more than "yes" or "no" comes from the devil! (verse 37)

The court absolutely requires swearing of oaths. An affirmation is treated just like an oath and brings the one affirming under the same pains and penalties for false swearing, euphemistically referred to as "perjury". Without oath taking, the courts could not exist. To swear an oath is to promise to tell the truth in your upcoming testimony. But how do you know what you will be saying? You do not know what the future will be. You cannot even make one hair black or white. Pull another fuse out of their courts by not swearing an oath. If you do not testify in their courts because you are unable to swear, then they cannot use your testimony or bring you under their power. (1 Corinthians 6:12)

3. Next, pull out the fuse of "vengeance." The whole focus of courts is on vengeance. "We will prosecute you to the full extent of the law," declares the "judge." "Let's show him no mercy," cries the prosecution. "Ye have heard that it hath been said, An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth" (Matthew 5:38). Now isn't that exactly what the courts are all about? If a man makes a claim in court, he wants "an eye for an eye." He says, "That man over there harmed me, he should be harmed." And the courts take up the torch, avenging the man they judge to have been injured.

But Jesus does not want us to try to get even. "Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves, but rather give place unto wrath: for it is written, Vengeance is mine: I will repay, saith the Lord" (Romans 12:19). In the Kingdom of יתןת’s Church, "ye resist not evil: but whosoever shall smite thee on thy right cheek, turn to him the other also" (Matthew 5:39). If you turn your cheek, there is no court date. If you forgive your neighbour, there is no trial. You've just pulled a big fat fuse out of the court system. It cannot exist in a government of love and forgiveness.

4. The last plug to pull is "lawsuits." "And if any man will sue thee at the law, and take away thy coat, let him have thy cloak also" (Matthew 5:40). If you don't sue, what work is there for the courts to do? You put them to shame. "And whosoever shall compel thee to go a mile, go with him twain" (Matthew 5:41). Now you've done even more than you've been asked. Who could condemn you for doing good?

When someone wrongs you, what if you do something unexpected? What if you forgive your neighbour for his trespass? What if you lend to those who ask to borrow, hoping for nothing again? What if you love your enemies and bless them that curse you? What if you do good to them that hate you and pray for them which despitefully use you, and persecute you? (Matthew 5:43-44) If you do this, your reward shall be great and ye shall be the children of the Highest: for He is kind unto the unthankful and to the evil (Luke 6:35). In other words, Love defuses the courts. Forgiveness ends the quarrel. It is that simple.

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Let's look at the trial of Jesus at Matthew, Chapter 26. Here is a court system very similar to the courts of today. That court system convicted and sentenced to death our Lord and Messiah. Their procedures unjustly judged our King guilty of death. To this day, many people put their faith in the wicked court system. We must realize the court system is not a Divine institution. יתןת would not divide His own house. These courts are the works of the devil. The works of the devil crucified our Lord.

The devil had no power to do this unless it was given from the Almighty. And why was that power given? To demonstrate that the court system from the beginning was not of יתןת. And to show that man is so blind that he judges the most perfect man worthy of death. The Father instructs us through His Son to put away those courts.

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Do you remember the woman caught in the very act of adultery? (John, Chapter 8)) She was brought before a type of court. The scribes and Pharisees were the prosecutors and they brought her before Jesus to be the judge. They argued that Moses commanded that such a woman should be stoned. But they wanted to know how this new King Jesus would respond.

Verse six reveals their evil intent. They were tempting him, that they might accuse Him. Jesus stooped down and with his finger wrote on the ground as if he had not heard them. Finally Jesus said, "He that is without sin among you, cast the first stone." Jesus was putting them on trial first. If they wanted to judge her, then they needed to be on trial first. The scribes and Pharisees must have been outraged. "Hey, she didn't pay the full penalty of the law." But, they left her alone because their lives were also in sin. Jesus also knew full well that none of them could even pretend to be sinless with any degree of believability. In bringing the woman accused of adultery, they had all conspired to sin! A woman cannot be found in the act of adultery without also a man being found with her, yet no man was brought with the accused. Also, as far as the guilty are concerned, Moses’ law says that “they” shall surely be put to death, not that “she” alone shall be put to death.

The woman caught in adultery illustrates that man must not judge, because he himself is guilty. All men are guilty. Who are we to judge another man? All of the scribes and Pharisees were at a minimum guilty of making a false accusation against the woman. Both they and Christ knew this. The courts judge and condemn man. Jesus forgives and saves man. Then He tells us to "go and sin no more."

Study the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew Chapters 5 through 7) and look at how Jesus defuses the courts. Without judging, without oaths, without vengeance and without lawsuits, there are no courts. They have no fuses left. They cannot explode. When you realize the courts are not of יתןת, they lose their power to terrorize us. The courts are condemned because they are in direct disobedience to Jesus Christ. They are not sitting in יתןת's seat. They are doing the works of their Father the devil. If we obeyed Jesus, there would be no courts.

Quit financing them. Quit paying them homage. Quit worshiping the beast. Quit worshiping Babylon. Come out. Wake up. Repent, for the Kingdom of יתןת is at hand. Come into the Kingdom of יתןת’s Church where Jesus Christ is Lord, where all is forgiveness of sins and where every man's life and spirit can be saved.

Professing Christian attorneys are nothing more than a wolf who has put on sheep's clothing. Any attorney can sit behind his desk and make a statement, "Yes, I, too, am a Christian". But there sits a man whose office required him to file lawsuits, swear oaths and seek vengeance, while he claims to be a follower of Christ!

Such an attorney, who has already sworn loyalty oaths to support the state and federal laws, will have no qualms about signing a declaration Christianity. He will prove himself to be a deceiver, for no man can serve two masters. By declaring his Christian beliefs, he will not truly renounce the world or he would have to quit his job. He is not יתןתly counsel. He is a liar, and was a liar from the beginning who is ever ready and willing to admit it under his own false oath!

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