The Five Basic God-given Rights

God-given rights

From The Way home or face The Fire

2:12 Nature was to supply the means for (1) food, (2) water and (3) shelter, which make up three of the five basic necessities, or God given rights (human rights), the fourth, of equal importance, being (4) free- will. Freewill (freedom) to decide, whether to continue to follow Satan, or to follow God’s guidance and learn to be good, without being forced, but instead, by loving encouragement, is of the UTMOST importance.

2:13 This encouragement and teaching, from within (IN-TUITION), by the good voice, that everyone has, and by life; circumstances and surroundings; has to be accompanied by free-will to choose. If God forced everyone to do things, they would never learn, and He would have no way of knowing, whether they were being good, because they wanted to, or because He was forcing them. The fifth God given right is the (5) right to self-defence, from evil.

11 Likes

“A man's natural rights are his own, against the whole world; and any infringement of them is equally a crime; whether committed by one man, or by millions; whether committed by one man, calling himself a robber, or by millions calling themselves a government.”
― Lysander Spooner, No Treason: The Constitution of No Authority

5 Likes

4 Likes