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Our Very First “Chain the Beast” Webcast

On Sunday evening, September 13, 2009 at 9 pm, we went live with our very first webcast. It was a little disjointed, with some kinks to work out, but the content was good. The studio audience made it fun for all of us. This program is 90 minutes long and features film clips from the Kennedy assassination, Tea parties, Barbara Boxer, Al Franken and even Barney Fife!

Pastor Thomas Smith of St. Clair, Mo. was our special guest along with Jedidiah Smith, both of whom are coordinators of the Franklin County Patriots, Franklin County, MO.

Here is the website for the Franklin County Patriots.

Enjoy the program at this link.

September 16, 2009   1 Comment

Government is a Beast

The book of Daniel becomes a point of discussion from time to time in these troubled days of looming world government. Twice in Daniel’s book, human government is discussed. On both of these occasions the human governments mentioned are the future powers that will dominate the world.
In Daniel 7 a vision of four beasts, rising up from the sea is described. It is obvious that these four beasts are symbolic of humanly created civil governments. With this ancient depiction of human government in our grasp we can easily see the opinion of the ancients: Human government is a beast. Can there be any doubt of this description? In fact, the coming world government depicted in the Bible is “The Beast.” The coming world dictator is “The Beast.”

What is the meaning of this? Put simply, government is a beast that eats whatever and whomever is in its path. Government is meant to be a beast. It needs to be a beast to do its job. And what is the job of government?

The founders and framers had a definite assignment for the government. The function of government is to protect the life, liberty and property of its citizens. That is the sum of it. Since this is the only function of government, the force of a beast is needed.

This self-evident truth calls for proper principles immediately. As Thomas Jefferson said that government should be “chained down with the chains of the Constitution.” My fellow citizens, the beast is necessary, but it must not be allowed to run loose, it must only be permitted fulfill its only function.
In thinking this through we find our present situation strange. Instead of making us submit to endless permits from the beast, the beast should be issued permits from us. We are not to arbitrarily submit to it, it must submit to us. The beast must be chained. Any loosing of the chain will allow the beast to grow, multiply and eat the very citizens it was designed to protect.

So let us chain the beast, let us not over feed it, let us not trust it, let us not turn our backs on it. We dare not give the beast anymore responsibility that its original purpose, for if we let it loose of its chain, it will eat every last one of us. If the beast begins to eat the very people it was designed to protect, it is to be destroyed. Period. No hesitation. It is just too dangerous to do otherwise.
James Beller

August 25, 2009   1 Comment

O.K. everybody help! Urgent Conference…pass it along

I would like to see if networking works. Pastor C.R. Curtman from Wildwood, Mo is holding a conference addressing liberty in America. The dates are coming quick!
Tuesday, August 25th at 7:00 p.m. through
Thursday, August 27th at 12:00 p.m.
Could you possibly pass this along to 5 or 6 folks you know along the network, or more if the Lord leads you. Here is the web address with details and a handy download flier:


If the link doesn’t work, here is the info

The Time Is Now…To Get Informed
The Time Is Now…To Get Inspired
The Time Is Now…To Get Involved

Tuesday, August 25th at 7:00 p.m. through
Thursday, August 27th at 12:00 p.m.
Some of Our Speakers

Author None Dare Call It Treason, Growing Up God’s Way, Betrayed By The Bench
Pastor, and author of America in Crimson Red and Sacred Betrayal
Missouri State Representative, Businessman and Radio Personality
Marine Corps Veteran—Member, Franklin County Patriots
Pastor, Author, School Administrator
Evangelist and Author
Host Pastor

“Preachers and Patriotism”
”The Danger of Doing Nothing”
“Chains of Liberty—The U.S. Constitution”
”Responsible Representation—An Inside Perspective”
“Do’s and Dont’s for Christian Patriots”
“Understanding Romans 13:1-7”
“The Death of a Nation in Retrospect”
“Preserving America for the Gospel’s Sake”

Cornerstone Baptist Church
17617 Manchester Road
Wildwood, MO 63038
ph. 636-405-0768

Can you help get the word out?

August 12, 2009   Comments Off

Corporate Olbermann and the Town Hall Protests

Since Mr. Obama became President of the US, CNN has taken the mantle of obnoxious “news” casting, while the American people are given precious little information on the Obama plan. This short video shows vividly the ongoing ignorance of the most important discussion in our distracted country: Our own Constitution. Forgive us for the bad video quality, but observe:

The Corporate Olbermann and Town Hall Protesters from James Beller on Vimeo.

August 10, 2009   Comments Off

The Foundations of American Government Part 2 Compact Government

Part 2 Compact Government: Rejecting Kingcraft and Priestcraft
We should re-declare our allegiance to a compact form of government. This is not difficult to understand and is best explained by demonstrating the difference between covenant and compact.

Generally, a covenant is an agreement between man and God. God makes His promises, challenges men to live certain standards, and then promises His blessings on that man that keeps the covenant. It is an agreement between men and their God. [Read more →]

August 6, 2009   2 Comments

The Foundations of American Government Part 1 Romans 13 revisited

The Foundations of American Government
Part 1: Human Government a Responsibility of Man

The first mention of human government in the history of the world is found in Genesis 9:5-6. God instructs the survivors of the flood to take responsibility and protect the lives of their fellow citizens. God gives the responsibility of punishment of evil-doers to men. This first mention carries with it two principles: 1. The law is not made for the righteous but for the disobedient and 2. Human government is the responsibility of men. That is to say, men create their own government. They are required by their creator to create such government. [Read more →]

July 31, 2009   2 Comments

Another Sneek Preview from History of American Liberty: Mary Dyer

Mary Dyer: Martyr for religous liberty.
Mary Dyer sacrificed her life for individual soul liberty, the right to worship God according to the dictates of her conscience.

July 28, 2009   1 Comment

The History of American Liberty Preview

Coming Soon! The History of American Liberty details the founding of our great country, and explains that our nations founding principles are Baptist principles.

July 25, 2009   1 Comment

John Leland’s 8 Principles of Republican Government

John Leland was a Baptist pastor in Massachusetts and Virginia in the 1700’s. He was a personal friend of James Madison and influential in the founders from Virgina, such as Thomas Jefferson. He was an important figure in the struggle for religious liberty in the United States. Leland vigorously fought for individual Soul Liberty, which is the freedom to worship God according to the dictates of one’s conscience. Regarding this topic he said,

“Every man must give account of himself to God, and therefore every man ought to be at liberty to serve God in a way that he can best reconcile to his conscience. If government can answer for individuals at the day of judgment, let men be controlled by it in religious matters; otherwise, let men be free.”

Leland’s eight principles of republican government are starting to show up here and there on the web. How great is this?! These principles are very relevant today, and are essential for understanding our form of government:

1. That the law was not made for a righteous man, but for the disobedient.
2. That Righteous men have to part with a little of their liberty and property to preserve the rest.
3. That all power is vested in, and consequently derived from the people.
4. That the law should rule over rulers, and not rulers over the law.
5. That government is founded on compact.
6. That every law made by legislators, inconsistent with the compact, modernly called a constitution, is usurping in the legislators, and not binding on the people.
7. That whenever government is found inadequate to preserve the liberty and property of the people, they have an indubitable right to alter it so as to answer those purposes.
8. That legislators, in their legislative capacity, cannot alter the constitution, for they are the hired servants of the people to act within the limits of the constitution. –James Beller

July 25, 2009   1 Comment

Video evidence that Dearborn Michigan no longer American

Here is a disturbing video every American ought to see. U.S. District Judge Nancy Edmunds needs to see this to view the unconstitutionality of forbidding literature distribution. Amendment One of the Constitution includes the freedom of the press. The city ordinance forbidding distribution fueled the fire evidenced in this video. Every American ought to tell the city council of Dearborn (and Detroit) what they think of this. -James Beller
Dearborn MI no Longer American

July 23, 2009   Comments Off