“North America, it is for FREEDOM that Christ has set you FREE. Stand firm then, together and do not allow yourselves to succumb to the yoke of BONDAGE again.”
…also called the Fourth of July or July 4 in the United States, the annual celebration of nationhood. Commemorating the passage of the Declaration of Independence by the Continental Congress on July 4, 1776. Congress voted in favour of independence from Great Britain on July 2, 1776. The committee members of Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Roger Sherman and William Livingston completed the draft two days later, on July 4, 1776.
The initial celebration of this nation’s emancipation and independence was marked by annual bell ringing, bonfires, solemn processions and great oratory. In the early stages of this necessary revolution of the colonies during the 1760s and early ’70s, patriots engaged in such celebrations to proclaim their rightful resistance to the British parliament’s legislation.
Following the first summer of independence in 1776, celebrations took the form of a mock funeral for the King, symbolizing the end of monarchy and tyranny and the rebirth of LIBERTY.
The American Revolution, also called the War of Independence, was fought by military and militia between 1775-1783, resulting in 13 North American colonies overthrowing British rule to establish the sovereign United States of America. Many sacrificed their lives, limb and property for AUTONOMY.
I have the honoured pleasure of many American friends. Thank you for your gift of friendship. I bow my head in humble respect for your ancestor’s willingness to fight for each other and on your behalf. They answered God’s call to stand for the FREEDOM they were born with and not YEILD to the yoke of bondage once again.
REMEMBER…the colonists left persecution from their homeland and fled the Inquisition to come across an unknown ocean and a strange land to live FREE before GOD.
Canada Day…A glaring contrast
In actuality, Canada Day is a day the Canadian Government celebrates, commemorating Great Britain’s continued control over the governance of the citizens of this country.
It is not about rejoicing over being a Sovereign Country. No matter how much ICING is spread to cover the truth.
Canada and the Crown
Canada is a constitutional monarchy where the British monarch is the head of state. The cabinet is ministers of the Crown chosen and headed by the Prime Minister. Canada maintains the King as the head of state. There are five aspects to the authority of the monarchy governing Canada. The constitutional monarchy uses the royal prerogative in summoning and dissolving parliament, granting royal assent, issuing orders in counsel, etc.
The land of Canada is solely owned by the King, who is the head of state. Only 9.7% of the total land is privately owned. The land is administered on behalf of the Crown by various agencies and departments of the Government of Canada.
Canada’s ties to the House of Windsor cost taxpayers more than 58.7 million annually. Britain thought Canada to be a time-consuming effort, so like a maturing child, Canada was allowed to make some SUPERVISED choices.
The British Empire valued Canada’s natural resources and strategic proximity to the newly formed United States of America. Who fought, won and declared their GOD-GIVEN Independence.
Canada was a bartering pawn between France and Great Britain. 1763 France ceded Canada to Great Britain through the Treaty of Paris.
The King is the Monarch of Canada as well as 13 other countries.
The existence of this royal bond is enshrined in the Canadian constitution. The King remains a fundamental part of Canada’s systematic rule of its citizens.
All that has been revealed is a sobering REMINDER of what freedom IS and what it is NOT.
I extend a call to ALL citizens to listen to our Father in Heaven and to stand for the freedom GOD granted YOU before BIRTH.
Hear what God Almighty is saying to you from his word:
“North America, You must speak my truth whether people listen or rebel. Together, I make YOU unyielding and harder than the hardest stone, harder than flint. Do not be afraid or terrified. I am Almighty God. Can anyone hide in secret places where I can not see them? Do I not fill all the heavens and the earth? I know the plans I have for you, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. I have loved you with an everlasting love; I have created you with loving-kindness. I will build you up again, and you will be rebuilt. I know you are weary and faint. I refresh and satisfy your every need. I have put my truth in your minds and your hearts. I am your GOD; you are MY people.”
Ezekiel 2:7,3: 8&9; Jeremiah 23: 23 & 24, 29:11, 31:3,4, 26 & 33
And all the people said
Wednesday, July 4, 2023
Sally Darlene Cooper