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PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH CONTINUING - Remove not the ancient landmark, which thy fathers have set
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This Ministry of the Protestant Reformed Religion Established by Law constantly fights for the Constitutional Heritage our Soldiers over Two World Wars and beyond Have
Given Their Lives For
Dear Land of Hope, thy hope is crowned.
God make thee mightier yet!
On Sov'ran brows, beloved, renowned,
Once more thy crown is set.
Thine equal laws, by Freedom gained,
Thine equal laws, by Freedom gained,
By Freedom gained, by Truth maintained,
Thine Empire shall be strong.
 
Land of Hope and Glory,
Mother of the Free,
How shall we extol thee,
Who are born of thee?
Wider still and wider
Shall thy bounds be set;
God, who made thee mighty,
Make thee mightier yet.
 
Thy fame is ancient as the days,
As Ocean large and wide:
A pride that dares, and heeds not praise,
A stern and silent pride:
Not that false joy that dreams content
With what our sires have won;

The blood a hero sire hath spent

Still nerves a hero son.
Arthur Christopher Benson (1862-1925)
 
These Constitutional Acts of Great Britain
are still in force and always shall be!
The Remnant of Protestant Reformed Ministers
will see that this is so.
 
The obligations of this act are as follows:
 
1)   Increase in virtue (anointing) of Christ’s Religion. This means being bound to Christ, the present turning away from the real Christ Jesus of the Reformation being completely and absolutely unconstitutional.
 
2) Repress and extirpate all errors, heresies, and other enormities and abuses. The extreme heresy of our National “Church” today has to be repressed.
 
3) The Monarch to act in the line of repressing the extremities that are religiously affecting the nation. This is extremely serious in the context of today for we are seeing a complete breakdown of all that is precious to us.
 
4) To conserve the peace, unity and tranquillity of the realm. Come on! Lets make a stand for we have become a very divided nation with our apparent membership of the E.U. This has brought in Roman Catholics from all over Europe who will vote in a Roman Catholic agenda in our nation which is why the Church of England of which the Monarch is the head on earth must take its stand and take over control of our nation in a Protestant way.
 
5)  To repress the infiltration of foreign laws and systems into our nation. Roman countries use the principles of Corpus Juris that have their origins in Babylon whereas our Protestant system of Habeas Corpus has its origins in Jerusalem, Greece and Protestant Britain. It is obvious to see that the activities of Rome Henry suppressed are coming back. Rome is taking away our freedoms and so those in Christian Ministry today must demand by quoting this act of Supremacy that our Monarch repress as she is obligated to do these infiltrations into our society.
 
This is the oath of the present Monarch’s Coronation in 1953. It has to be adhered to, there being very serious consequences for anyone who should have persuaded the Monarch to behave in a way contrary to her oath.
 
Here are the demands of the Oath:
 
*  Maintain the statutes, laws and customs of the realm.
 
*  Government of the People is the Monarch’s responsibility according to the statutes of Parliament and the laws and customs of the same.
*  Law and justice in mercy to be executed in all judgements.
*  The Laws of God maintained, the Monarch being obligated to do this by the utmost of her power meaning she is honour bound not to allow laws onto the statute book that contravene the Word of God, any such law being null and void according to this constitutional demand.
*  The utmost of the Monarch’s power has to be used in relation to the ongoing profession of the Gospel and the Protestant Reformed Religion that has been established by law.
*  Rights and privileges are given by law to Bishops and clergy meaning in reality that anyone who tries to quieten the ministry of the Gospel would be in effect guilty of High Treason.
 
Act of Settlement 1700 following the Bill of Rights 1689
 
Both acts deal with the succession to the throne, 1689 Bill relating this to the rights of citizens living under a constitutional monarchy. In the U.K. the 1689 bill is accompanied by Magna Carta in relation to how we live in the U.K.
 
It is so important to maintain these systems of government for this generation and for the future. Magna Carta is particularly related to Great Britain’s legal system of Habeas Corpus, it of course being treasonable to attempt to bring in Europe’s papal system of Corpus Juris to our nation.
 
Magna Carta influenced the development of Britain’s common law practice as well as the systems of the countries of the Empire and now the Commonwealth. It also influenced the American Constitution as well bringing us spiritually together as one nation. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magna_Carta
 
The Bill of Rights brought about the following freedoms bringing an element of democracy to a country that was and is fundamentally theocratic:
  • Freedom from royal interference with the law. Though the sovereign remains the fount of justice, he or she cannot unilaterally establish new courts or act as a judge.
  • Freedom from taxation by Royal Prerogative. The agreement of parliament became necessary for the implementation of any new taxes.
  • Freedom to petition the monarch.
  • Freedom from the standing army during a time of peace. The agreement of parliament became necessary before the army could be moved against the populace when not at war.
  • Freedom for Protestants to bear arms for their own defence, as suitable to their class and as allowed by law.
  • Freedom to elect members of parliament without interference from the sovereign.
  • Freedom of speech in parliament. This means that the proceedings of parliament can not be questioned in a court of law or any other body outside of parliament itself; this forms the basis of modern parliamentary privilege.
  • Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment, as well as excessive bail.
  • Freedom from fine and forfeiture without a trial.
  • Also, in a prelude to the Act of Settlement to come twelve years later, the Bill of Rights barred Roman Catholics from the throne of England, as "it hath been found by experience that it is inconsistent with the safety and welfare of this protestant kingdom to be governed by a papist prince"; thus William III and Mary II were named as the successors of James VII and II, and that the throne would pass from them first to Mary's heirs, then to her sister, Princess Anne of Denmark and her heirs, and further to any heirs of William by a later marriage. The monarch was further required to swear a coronation oath to maintain the Protestant religion. The act also required the monarch to summon parliament frequently, a clause that was later reinforced by the Triennial Act, 1694.
  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_of_Rights_1689