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Trusts, Faith, Alliances and Allegiance

"Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth." 2 Timothy 2:15

 

His Church Trust Explained 

Part 1 

      A trust is an arrangement in which a person (called a settlor or grantor or creator) transfers assets to another person (called a trustee) for the benefit of a third person called the beneficiary. A trust is created when a settlor manifests the intention to create a trust and does so. When the trust has property for a lawful trust purpose and there is an identifiable beneficiary then a trust is presumed constructed.

      Trust is a word used by many governmental and lawmaking bodies. It is well understood throughout the world. In considering His Church Trust and the role of His Holy Church it should be understood that the word trust and the act of creating a trust really fall under the dominion of "Faith". This is better understood when we examine that the concept of a "Trust" predates the statutes of men.

     God is the original Creator of a trust. He granted dominion over the earth to his Trustee Adam for the benefit of all that lived upon the earth, in the sky and beneath the sea. Man breached the terms of that trust and man's trusteeship was severely limited. This trusteeship passed eventually to Noah and down to Abraham and the Israelites and eventually to its Kings. Finally all power on Heaven and Earth was given to Jesus. He then in turn as Christ created another trust. Because He was like the Father the trust he created was in the same image.

What is that Trust?

     The Kingdom of Heaven on earth is a trust where Jesus, the Settlor, grants a kingdom into a trust. The trustees are His ekklesia, His Holy Church, appointed by Jesus but anointed by the Holy Spirit. The Kingdom is held for the benefit of the faithful believers that they may one day enter His full Kingdom.

Luke 22:29-30 And I appoint unto you a kingdom, as my Father hath appointed unto me;That ye may eat and drink at my table in my kingdom, and sit on thrones judging the twelve tribes of Israel.

     Since, man is created in the image and likeness of God it is only right that he act with the same character as Jesus and the Father. In His Church Trust the grantors are Men and Women who love the Father and the Son. The ultimate beneficiary is Jesus Christ, the Son of the Father and therefore also the Father. Jesus did all things for the benefit of mankind in accordance with His Father. In His Church Trust the trustees are chosen by the grantors but appointed by the Protectors of the trust who are the anointed of His Holy Church.

     In order to deliver the corpus of the trust to the Beneficiary it is essential that one gives it away for the good of life on earth. This includes giving to the poor as well as giving to those who serve the poor that the kingdom of Jesus Christ is properly administered and that an entrance might be maintained to the Kingdom of God.

The Protectors.

     What is a Protector of a trust and what are the duties of a Protector?

     One thing that a Protector does is to remove a trustee who breaches the trust or violates the trust in any way.

     Who was the Protector of the first Trust in the Creation of the World?

Genesis 3:24 So he drove out the man; and he placed at the east of the garden of Eden Cherubims, and a flaming sword which turned every way, to keep the way of the tree of life.

     In the Kingdom of Heaven His Holy Church relies upon the Holy Spirit to Protect the trust established by Jesus1 but in His Church Trust the Protectors of the Trust are chosen from the Ministers of His Holy Church which hold all things in common, are separate from the world, are brethren of His Church. Though these ministers may play the role of the visible Protector, because they are servants of the Son and the Father they too rely upon the executorial authority of the Holy Spirit to enforce the Protection of the corpus of the trust.

     In any trust the trustee must act for the benefit of the beneficiary, not directly for the settlor or Grantor. In His Church Trust the Grantors relinquishes control of their gift. In the old days this was spoken of as a burnt offering or mentioned in the precept of casting your bread upon the waters.

Conditions:

     A trust should be expressed and is almost always written. If the trust is not in writing but only constructive, another state or governing power may assume the role of protector of the trust. The trustee holds title to all assets, has a fiduciary duty to operate the trust for the benefit of the beneficiaries, must account for trust assets at least to the other immediate co-trustees and to the Protector, and cannot personally use or benefit from the trust assets as income although he may be compensated for personal expenses.

     A trust normally divides the ownership of its property or corpus into legal title and equitable title. Legal title is held as an apparent title carrying no beneficial interest and an Equitable title is held by the beneficiaries as tenants in common. Legal title carries with it all the responsibilities normally associated with ownership but no beneficial interest, whereas equitable title confers all rights to derive benefiting interest which is the use and enjoyment from property so owned. The Equitable title is the one whom the law considers to be the true owner.

Trusts in trusts

     Most trusts within the State are created with property that only has a legal title already. These are trusts within trusts with the State or incorporating government already holding equitable title.

     All these trusts are subject to the appointed protectors which is usually someone like the Attorney General or some other agency under the direction of the Protector. Almost all the property of the world is held in trust with the subject citizens claiming mere legal title and the equitable title is held by an unnamed beneficiary but managed by State appointed acting protectors [see Law vs. Legal].

     There is not sufficient room here to explain the full History and extent that this system of ownership and apparent ownership has brought mankind to nor may it be appropriate at this time to reveal the inclusive ramifications of this process. Few understand that virtually every thing in the world is today maintained under a mere legal title which does not include the right to the use and benefit of property with the equitable title held in trust through Governments or institutions already subject to a Protector and beneficiary by previous chain of agreements and hypothecation. Let it suffice that these administrations were granted their positions and dominions for the benefit of another.

Loose and Bind

     One essential ingredient of a trust is that the Grantor actually releases control to the Trustee. Because of the Nature of this original trust and the fact that the originator, being the Creator Himself, released the dominion of the planet to Adam God the Father allows a choice to be exercised in the binding and loosing of the corpus of His originating grant.

     Through the lineal consanguinity of the original heirs and the redemption of God the Father's son, the original property held in trust may be equitably reconverted, that being seizin of both legal and equitable titles, to the Creators Son or to His representing servants and brethren, His Holy Church. His Holy Church really is only another Trustee and does not receive the benefit as an estate, although they may receive it to hold for the Beneficiary. [1]

     This equitable reconversion or sanctification would be an act of redeeming the property to the Father through the Son, through His Holy Church by the repentance and gift given freely from the people by way of His Church Trust.

"Redemption is deliverance from the power of an alien dominion and the enjoyment of the resulting freedom. It involves the idea of restoration to one who possesses a more fundamental right or interest. The best example of redemption in the Old Testament was the deliverance of the children of Israel from bondage, from the dominion of the alien power in Egypt."2

The best example of redemption in the New Testament was the deliverance of all those in bondage to Rome and its new world order by Jesus.

His Holy Church

     Today, His Holy Church is faced with the same dilemma that has plagued mankind from his creation. The people have returned to that earlier bondage on earth. People in bondage or not, may set aside property in charity and faith for the use of the minister of government to provide for its administrative needs. The Church established by Jesus Christ in the performance of their duties as the ministers to the Kingdom of God on earth may receive this Charity in Faith. This is in part the job of His Church Trust along with assisting in the daily ministration.

Acts 6:1 And in those days, when the number of the disciples was multiplied, there arose a murmuring of the Grecians against the Hebrews, because their widows were neglected in the daily ministration.

     Since the first ministers of His Holy Church became trustees by appointment of Jesus the King the trustees were not allowed to derive any personal benefit from the trust. The trustees may use a piece of property held in trust only insofar as such use benefits the property, or benefits the rest of the trust's corpus or to fulfill the needs of the beneficiary. His Holy Church belong to the Father as servants. In this point we see that His Holy Church is literally part of the corpus of the original corpus Created by God. Therefore they are entitled to the benefits of the property only for their personal needs and the needs of their families but again, not as an estate.

     Two or more trustees always hold legal title in joint tenancy therefore the Church must be in one accord and hold all things in common. In legal terms of today an owner in common can transfer his legal interest in the property but only within the realm of the trust. The ministers of His Holy Church3 cannot sell or hypothecate consecrated ground4 but they may transfer legal title within the realm of the trust by agreement of the body.

His Church Trust

     His Church Trust is made in the image of God's creation. As man is the creation of the Father he too in immolation gives away what he has to others for the benefit of a third party. The Trustee also like Adam receives that corpus or property in trust for the sake of the Beneficiary. For love of the Jesus Christ the Grantor and the Trustee are instrumental in giving up a portion of what they have to him as Beneficiary. The Trustee of His Church Trust becomes a part of the altar on which the individual Grantor burns up or casts away, in faith, a portion of his own portion of life to the Beneficiary. This is not done by fire or tossing into a pit but by Charity which feeds His Sheep.

John 21:17 He saith unto him the third time, Simon, [son] of Jonas, lovest thou me? Peter was grieved because he said unto him the third time, Lovest thou me? And he said unto him, Lord, thou knowest all things; thou knowest that I love thee. Jesus saith unto him, Feed my sheep.

The Doctrine of Merger

     It has been said, if there is only one trustee and one beneficiary, and both are the same person, and there are no "successor" or "contingent" beneficiaries named, legal and equitable title are said to "merge". This is The Doctrine of Merger.

     If His Holy Church is one with Christ as the Body or Bride of Christ then all they hold in trust becomes equitably reconverted as a True and Actual title. If a trust has two or more trustees, title cannot merge but in the case of His Holy Church the trustees hold no property as an estate since they have no inheritance in the land.5

     If a trust has two or more beneficiaries title cannot merge either but in this case the Father and Son are one. This is true of the Body or bride of Christ which merge as one at the wedding feast and at the moment of consummation. Sanctification or equitable reconversion are the same thing.

Trusts explained

Go to: Trust 1 explained Part 1

Trust Explained Part 2


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lineFootnotes:

1 For the Son of man is as a man taking a far journey, who left his house, and gave authority to his servants, and to every man his work, and commanded the porter to watch. Mark 13:34

2 Zondervan's Pictorial Encyclopedia of the Bible

3 And it came to pass, ... all the firstborn of my children I redeem. Exodus 13:15

4 Notwithstanding the cities of the Levites, [and] the houses of the cities of their possession, may the Levites redeem at any time.

5 But the Levites shall do the service of the tabernacle of the congregation, and they shall bear their iniquity: [it shall be] a statute for ever throughout your generations, that among the children of Israel they have no inheritance. Numbers 18:23

 

Other articles

See: Study page Index

See: Index His Church Trusts

See: Equity and Trusts

See: Church Trusts

Factors of a Sham Trust see: Sham Trust

His Church Trust Explained part 1

His Church Trust Explained part 2

 



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