We have three video series posted on Youtube which are only a small glimpse into the material available. They are iconoclastic, but only scratch the surface of several overlapping subjects that reach to the core of the problems that the world faces today. They are posted in hopes of expanding our understanding of the Gospel of the Kingdom.
Series 1, From Nimrod to Now
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From Nimrod to Now Series [NNSeries] Nimrod to Now takes the veiwer on a quick tour of some of the ways in which whole nations are brought into bondage under men who oppress and abuse and eventual abandon them in their hour of need. http://www.hisholychurch.org/media/video/nimnow.php
From Slaves to Salvation pulse back a curtain of sophistry to reveal the ways in which the world has been brought into the ancient bondage which leads to the downfall of a slothful society at the hands of tyrants.
The Assent, SSSeries 1-10 4:55
Rights retained by people who govern themselves is the key to liberty and the law that is a contract between the parties where rights are no longer retained and the people are cunningly coerced into waiving rights. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_Q74_3wvhE
Civil Rights, SSSeries 2-10 5:00
Civil rights not connected to government and those that are. Pure Republics dependent on faith, hope and charitycompared to the governments of Cain, Nimrod, Pharaoh, Saul, Caesar and others. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Isf7LjQTcOQ
Not My Tea Party, SSSeries 4-10 7:11
A false Thomas Paine promises libberty while delivering people into bondage with great swelling words. The true warning of Paine is timeless as those warnings of Samuel. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pQKDrx9KQ0k
A Republic is a government where the leaders are titular and the people, holding the power of the state in the free status of the individual, are Libera Res Publica as long as they voluntarily carry the responsibility of liberty in faith, hope, and charity retaining their rights and make no covenants. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OplmP0T8v0U
Employ vs Enslave, SS Video Series 7-10 7:28
In ancient Egypt the people paid 20% of everything they earned each year to the government and they called it bondage, but in most countries of the “world” today the people pay far more to their governments each year and they call it freedom. There has been a plethora of theories as to why and how governments obtain the legal power to compel people to labor without pay under the enforceable authority of statutory systems of public service. The answer is rather straightforward, but most people will not want to hear the truth of it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vuz-hFKM_Ts
Law vs Legal SS Video Series 8-10 7:28
There is a great confusion as to how and where do governments derive their just power and authority. Did they get it from God or did they get it from us?. Are they endowed by their creator and who is that creator? Discover one source of our modern confusion is in not understanding the common words we use every day. Do you own your car, your land, your selves??? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rl9hfRl58h8
gods Many SS Video Series 9-10 9:45
Who are the gods many Paul speaks of in the Bible? How do you make a covenant with the people and their gods that causes us to have to bow down and serve their gods? Do we worship other gods or the God of heaven alone? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yr1SBMbK5Aw
The report "Christians Unplugged" was featured on CNN web site and then appeared on CNN International "World's Untold Stories" May 29, 2010.
Summer Lake, Oregon (CNN) -- As the sun rises, cool blues and grays begin their slow transition to glowing golds and ambers. Like a child's pop-up book, dimension is added and a valley is transformed. To look upon this beauty in the western U.S. state of Oregon is to understand what people mean when they say this is God's country, and that's exactly why Brother Gregory lives here. He is part of a wider movement of conservative Christians who are choosing to live their lives on the edge of society, unplugged from civilization as much as they can, living under basic biblical principles....
"We are not living off the grid as much as we are creating a new grid, a more wholesome grid," he said. "We are following a different path that we think is healthier, promotes better families, and better communities." He doesn't believe a church needs four walls and a roof. Rather, a church is people who believe in taking care of each other -- living under the biblical principles of faith, hope and charity...
"Christians should be looking for a way to take care of one another without forcing their neighbor to contribute to their welfare. In essence that's coveting your neighbor's goods through the agency of the governments you create."
"'His Holy Church' is a phrase. It's 'His', meaning Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ established the Church 2,000 years ago. It's 'Holy' because it's separate. It's separate from the world. It's in the world but not of the world. And it's a 'Church', which actually comes from the Greek 'ekklesia', meaning 'called out'. They're called out to do the will of Jesus Christ and the Father in Heaven." Brother Gregory, a shepherd in the literal sense... "Sheep teach the shepherd to be a good shepherd," he says, "and in that sense, that's what people need. They need a good shepherd who's not going to rule over them but guide them in the good ways, the ways of life."...