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HOSPITALLERS ORDER OF THE GOOD NEWS

He who walks with me, walks with Him”

"Now therefore, if ye will obey my voice indeed, and keep my covenant, then ye shall be a peculiar treasure unto me above all people: for all the earth is mine:
And ye shall be unto me a Kingdom of priests, and an Holy Nation." - Exodus 19:5-6


Lord Lead Thou The Way
I Commit My Body, My Mind, To Be One With Thee
That We May Make Manifest the Love of God and Man
 

Name: Sovereign Hospitallers Order Civil and Military of the Good News

The Mottos of the Order

"Making the Path for Him Passable"

"The Lord He Is God"


He who walks with me, walks with Him”

"Others may do as they may, but for me and my house, we will serve The Lord!"

"Serve The Lord, make known His paths, love thy brother as thyself."

"Lord Lead Thou The Way, I Commit My Body, My Mind, To Be One With Thee"

“Thy Will, O God, Be Done In Me, Through Me, As Thou Seest; For The Desire Of My Heart Is That I May Be The Channel Of Blessings To Others In The Ways And Manners Thou Seest; Not My Way, O Lord, But Thy Way.”

"I Am my brother's keeper!"

"That We May Make Manifest the Love of God and Man"


“Our Nation Is and will Always Be Loyal To The Christ our God, Protect and Guide us your children of God on Earth”.

Spanish: Orden Hospitalaria de la Buena Nueva

Portuguese: Ordem Hospitalária da Boa Nova
 

Anthem of the Order

"Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, all ye lands.
Serve The Lord with gladness: come before his presence with singing.
Know ye that The Lord He Is God: it is He that hath made us, and not we ourselves; we are His people, and the sheep of His pasture.
Enter into His gates with thanksgiving, and into His courts with praise: be thankful unto Him, and bless His Name.
For The Lord is good; His mercy is everlasting; and His truth endureth to all generations." - Psalm 100

Ecclesiastic

From Middle French ecclésiastique and directly from Late Latin ecclesiasticus, from Greek ekklesiastikos "of the (ancient Athenian) assembly," in late Greek, "of the church," from ekklesiastes "speaker in an assembly or church, preacher," from ekkalein "to call out". As a noun, "One holding an office in the Christian Ministry".

Official languages: English

Women: Women are considered as equals with the men, in their activities, in their abilities to formulate, to live, to act, to serve the Lord.

Purpose of the Order: "That We May Make Manifest The Love Of God And Man."

Aim of the members of the Order: "Lord Lead Thou The Way, I Commit My Body, My Mind, To Be One With Thee."

National Celebration Day of the Order: 19 March 4 AD



The Cross of the Order

Description of the Cross of the Hospitallers Order of the Good News

A traditional shield with its base and surroundings in Gold containing two crosses; one cross in Gold upon which there is a second cross in White both crosses are over a Red cloth.

The Gold represents the Golden Age of the Return of the Christ.
The Red represents the Blood of the Sacrifice of Jesus
The White represents the Purity of the Teachings of the Christ

The Colours of the Shield of the Order are the Following

Gold RGB colour value of #D8982B
Red
RGB colour value of #C40000
White RGB colour value of #FFFEFE



The circle with the Cross
"
These make for the sign, that all thou hast heard is fulfilled in Him"

Arms in the Order

"Heraldry first appeared in Europe in the 12th Century. Arms were borne originally by monarchs, great nobles and knights, essentially the noble and warrior classes. However, the practice of using arms was widely imitated, and not only by individuals. Heim states that the Church began to use arms in the mid 13th Century for the purpose of identification. In the early days of heraldry, before the establishment of heraldic regulatory authorities, arms were assumed. The assumption of arms implied no virtue or qualification but was merely a mark of identification. The adopted armorial compositions had to be distinctive, rather than symbolic, to be effective. Also, Fr. Selvester stated that the designs did not necessarily contain a meaning that could be “read” like some code or arcane language. Dioceses, cathedrals, churches, abbeys and other religious organizations displayed arms, particularly in seals. In addition, members of the clergy used personal arms, even though, in theory, they would never be combatants and thus, again in theory, would not need to be easily recognizable on a battlefield. The principal vehicle for heraldry coming into the Church was the seal. In the Middle Ages, as they became more involved in civil administration, a greater use of seals by bishops occurs. Heraldry became increasingly important to the Church as it was a means to distinctly mark more than documents. Episcopal seals were originally oval, or in a “vesica”, to differentiate them from the round secular seals, and usually depicted figures of saints or even portraits of the bishop him self (as seen in the example at left). Anything could be marked as belonging to a bishop, abbey or prelate via heraldic symbols. Buildings and property were marked as were servants and officials with heraldic badges. The heraldic emblem often evolved into symbols of office and authority. As non-combatants the clergy replaced some of the more martial elements in heraldry with objects they used in the exercising of their office(s). The shield remained; but the helm, mantle, torse and crest (as well as supporters and symbols of secular honours and dignities) disappeared and were replaced by the mitre, cross, crozier and galero, an ecclesiastical hat of which the colour and the number of tassels denote the ecclesiastic rank of the armiger." - Rev’d. Fr. Guy W. Selvester, M.Div., M.A.

Hymn of the Order

Amazing Grace

"Amazing Grace! (how sweet the sound)
That saved a wretch like me!
I once was lost, but now am found,
Was blind, but now I see.

Twas Grace that taught my heart to fear,
And Grace my fears relieved;
How precious did that Grace appear
The hour I first believed!

Thro many dangers, toils, and snares,
I have already come;
This Grace hath brought me safe thus far,
And Grace will lead me home.

The Lord has promised good to me,
His word my hope secures;
He will my shield and portion be
As long as life endures.

Yes, when this flesh and heart shall fail,
And mortal life shall cease;
I shall possess, within the veil,
A life of joy and peace.

The earth shall soon dissolve like snow,
The sun forbear to shine;
But God, who called me here below,
Will be forever mine."

- Rev. John Newton (1725–1807)



Flower of the Order

Blue Star, Aquilegia x Hybrida

Blue
the colour of both water and planet Earth. Corresponding to the Physical Body in its 5 pointed star.
White the purity of the Soul in its attachment to the physical body in its 5 pointed star.
Gold the electrical vibration of the spirit in a perfect eternal circle.

Currency of the Order

The Order follows the Gold Standard, its currency is based in par, and fully converted into either Gold, Silver or any other metal.

Currency Name: Sovereign and Cents
Currency Symbol: £


Insignia

The Christian Symbols of the Order


 



Banner of the Order

The banner of the Cross be again lifted to the world, that hope may come to the sons of men.


 




Flag of the Order


The banner of the Cross be again lifted to the world, that hope may come to the sons of men.
 




The Pennon of the Order "The Lord He Is God"

The banner of the Cross be again lifted to the world, that hope may come to the sons of men.
 

The Standard of the Order

 

 


Heritage

The Hospitallers Order of the Good News follows its Ecclesiastic Heritage in the Apostolic Succession of the Episcopal Lines of David Prince of the Good News, and in particular follows the example and legacy of 1 of the 3 groups of Israelites: The Essenes

In the Christian Community follows the ideas and ideals as laid down by the original founders of the Unitarian Christian Movement and their aim in Uniting the Christian Church, the Christian Family.

The Following are a few distinguished Unitarian:

Benjamin Franklin (1706–1790) - Founding Fathers of the United States

John Adams (1735–1826) – Second President of the United States

Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826) – Third president of the United States

Charles Darwin (1809–1882) - English naturalist and geologist

Arthur J. Altmeyer (1891–1972) – Father of the United States Social Security

Charles Dickens (1812–1870) – English novelist

Isaac Newton (1642-1726) – English physicist and mathematician

Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882) Inventor

Joseph Priestley (1733–1804) – Discoverer of Oxygen

Florence Nightingale (1820–1910) - Social reformer, statistician, founder of modern nursing

Architecture of the Order

1. Outer Building

Victorian style: Gothic Revival architecture such as spires, buttresses, pointed arch door surrounds and windows and decorative ironwork; medieval influences of flowers and plants, heraldic motifs and quatrefoils.

2. Inner Buildings

Tudor style: multi-paned, lattice work and casement windows; stained glass with heraldic and ecclesiastical motifs; rich wood panelling, plasterwork and stone hearth surrounds; walls adorned with tapestries and embroideries; walls adorned with tapestries and embroideries; velvet, damask and brocade fabrics for bed hangings and drapes; decorative symbols of flowers and plants; trestle tables, benches, heavy chests; and wooden floors, encaustic tiles and plaited rush matting.

3. Cornerstone of Buildings

The Official Buildings of the Order have each one a cornerstone. The cornerstones are build in the triangle, and bear the following inscription:

"Lord Lead Thou The Way
I Commit My Body, My Mind, To Be One With Thee
That We May Make Manifest the Love of God and Man"
 

Ecclesiasticus

Chapter 38

1 "Honour a physician with the honour due unto him for the gifts which ye may have of him: for the Lord hath created him.

2 For of the most High cometh healing, and he shall receive honour of the king.

3 The skill of the physician shall lift up his head: and in the sight of great men he shall be in admiration.

4 The Lord hath created medicines out of the earth; and he that is wise will not abhor them.

5 Was not the water made sweet with wood, that the virtue thereof might be known?

6 And he hath given men skill, that he might be honoured in his marvellous works.

7 With such doth he heal men, and taketh away their pains.

8 Of such doth the apothecary make a confection; and of his works there is no end; and from him is peace over all the earth,

9 My son, in thy sickness be not negligent: but pray unto the Lord, and he will make thee whole.

10 Leave off from sin, and order thine hands aright, and cleanse thy heart from all wickedness.

11 Give a sweet savour, and a memorial of fine flour; and make a fat offering, as not being.

12 Then give place to the physician, for the Lord hath created him: let him not go from thee, for thou hast need of him.

13 There is a time when in their hands there is good success.

14 For they shall also pray unto the Lord, that he would prosper that, which they give for ease and remedy to prolong life.

15 He that sinneth before his Maker, let him fall into the hand of the physician." - Ecclesiasticus 38

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meaning of the Name

The full name of the organization in the classical sense and within its traditional principles and values is called: “Sovereign Hospitallers Order Civil and Military of the Good News”

The name of the Order indicates its aims and objectives as follows:

Sovereign: Self

Hospitallers: Gives shelter and Provides for those activities related to the provisions of Health Care, a new model for a medical philosophy where patients cared primarily for themselves using Dietary, Hygienic Methods and Spiritual aid drawn from the Living Word of the Christ.

Order: It is an Organization with a Hierarchy.

Civil and Military: It works both with the civilian society as well the military in like manner as other organizations such as other "Non Governmental Organizations" in times of war or natural disasters.

Good News: This indicates the word of the living Christ and the Good News that he brought to humankind 2,000 years ago.

Tenets or Lessons or Truths of the Order

1. On God: Christ The Lord Is God, and Saviour of Humankind.

2. On Civilizations and Institutions: Unless those activities among men are the aid for the greater number, rather than for the class or the few, they must eventually fail.

3. On Service: As an Ecclesiastical group, may individuals work, but the Order must supply to the needs of every character of individual, whether they be of this or that faith. For the faith must be in the good, in the God, that is presented in same.

4. Spiritual Awareness: To sought communion with the unseen forces and influences in a material world, from a spiritual world.

5. On Others: Magnify the virtues, and minimize the faults in others. For there is none so bad nor yet so good that any can afford to judge or speak evil of the other. Ye may speak evil of evil things, but not of man. For he is in the image of his God and his God is eternal. The man's soul is eternal. Then speak not evil of thy brother, lest ye condemn thine own self.

6. "The meek shall inherit the earth."

7. Each soul that manifests itself in human form Is thy brother, and the spirit and soul of same is in the form of thy Maker. For the Lord's sake, then, the opportunities are not to be used to self's own glory but that the Glory of the Father may be made manifest in the earth.

8. I Am my brother's keeper.

9. "If ye will be my people, I will be thy God," and "Though ye wander to the far corners of the earth, if ye will call I will hear - and will answer speedily."

10. He is the guide, "upon Him may I lean." Though at times the way be heavy, or the storms such as to cause doubts and fears, He stills the tempest, He brings harmony to those that are weary, and tired.

11. For the Lord thy God is One: One Lord, one Christ, one faith, one hope, one baptism - in the Christ; putting on Christ.

These are the Tenets upon which the Foundation of the Order must be laid. In that Name, and in Him, shall many find blessings and understandings.

Charitable Purposes of the Order

To advance the Christian faith for the public benefit by:

- Raising awareness and understanding of Christian religious beliefs and practices;

- Promoting the study of spiritual teachings and practices and scriptures;

- Promoting religious narratives and or doctrines through producing and performing musical and theatrical liturgy;

- Providing religious instruction and supervision.”

The main purpose of the Order is to give proof by Healing the sic, and feeding the hungry, that the hope of the world is Jesus Christ and the hope of the world rests in our ability to Educate others on the Good News of the Gospels.

- To Maintain Civilization, Law and Order, Christianity and Health, and to Teach the relationship with others, as ever set forth by Him, given by Him, when He was Yehoshua "I Am the Salvation" a Man: "Others may do as they may, but for me and my house, we will serve the living God." Not a dead past, but a living God. For as He gave, He is God of the living, not of the dead.
Affirmations of Purpose

1. Lord Lead Thou The Way!
2. I Commit My Body, My Mind, To Be One With Thee!
3. That We May Make Manifest the Love of God and Man!

To Take the Message From Group to Group

To give of self in the giving of an understanding to the individuals that need the understanding of their human ills. To be carried to the individual, the seeker after the knowledge, the understanding of the spiritual indwelling of man's relation to his Maker, through the advocate that mankind has with the Maker, this is necessary to be proclaimed from one individual to another. With this humanity, will find the understanding of self. To take the message from group to group until the understanding is obtained and sufficient of numbers obtain that necessary to apply in their individual lives. As has been given, and as is being shown, first to Jew, then to all Mankind is this being offered. Thus may the Order of the Good News become a shining light unto many. For the day of the Lord is at hand, and those who may may become the bearers of truth unto those that seek His ways.

Charitable Purposes of the Order

Religious Services

- Charitable and solidarity activities relating to the cultural, philosophical and spiritual values of the Christian Faith;
- The provision of places of worship;
- Raising awareness and understanding of the Christian religious beliefs its Gospel and practices;
- Carrying out Missionary and outreach Work and the physical establishment of Missions: To take the living word of the Christ by the explanation of the gospels in an understandable manner.

Charitable Humanitarian Services

- Provide assistance and safety to all Christians who may be fleeing religious persecutions;
- The advancement of Health Sciences by establishing of: Health and Pharmacology Schools, First Aid Training Centres, Health Centres, Sanitarium;
These centres to be operated under the classical Monastic Medicine Therapies such: as those of Monsignor Sebastian Kneipp and Rev. Johann Künzle;
- Orphanage;
- The advancement of education: Schools Primary, Secondary, Academic;
- Library containing all universal knowledge available;
- The advancement of the Arts, Culture and Science:

Professional Studies & Education;
Scientific research in Health Care Sciences
Farming, Forestry, Agriculture, horticulture, Apiculture
Dairy Cheese & Yoghurt Production
Mineral Sea salt
Carpentry
Architecture
Music
Electrical Sciences
History
Spiritual Science

- The advancement of environmental protection and improvement of the management of nature by humans;
- Personal and social services rendered by others to meet the needs of individuals in the humanitarian field, namely social assistance in the field of housing;
- Social assistance for the sound management of natural resources in the field of agriculture;
- Social assistance for the improvement of agricultural techniques;
- Personal and social services rendered by others to meet the needs of individuals, in particular relating to the fight against hunger;
- Social and material assistance and psychological support for victims of natural catastrophes or wars;
- Charitable and social services;
- Protection of Human life (civil protection);
- Protection of Animal life;
- Protection of Plant life

Erasing Hunger Mission

Our Mission is helping families, friends, and communities to feed one another.

Diplomatic Services

- International Humanitarian services;
- Legal services; Security services for the protection of property and individuals;
- Personal and social services rendered by others to meet the needs of individuals, in particular in the Humanitarian field

Defence Force


“Every kingdom divided against itself is brought to desolation; and every city or house divided against itself shall not stand.” - Matthew 12:25

First, find self. Know thy ideal, spiritual, mental, material. Just as thy body, mind and soul are one, so should thy purposes be, thy hopes, thy desires. For, as has been said, a house divided against itself will not stand. So, as the entity analyses self, study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman not ashamed, rightly dividing the words of truth, keeping self unspotted from condemnation of others. But hold fast to that which is the Law of One, that ye may know in truth, as has been given, that house, that temple, that soul that finds itself divided against itself becomes one of turmoil. And what gaineth a man though he gain the whole world in fame or fortune and hath lost his own rest, his own peace, his own soul? Learn well that lesson, that, "In union there is strength," and that "A house divided against itself cannot stand." Because a house divided against itself, either mentally, physically, spiritually or any other, must be disrupted. A double minded individual fails to impress anyone, or to make for peace or harmony within self's expression. Ye cannot serve God and mammon. "Ye are either for or Against Me", saith the Lord, for "This day, as of old, there is set before thee good and evil. Choose Thou whom ye will serve".

"You know very well, Lord Jesus Christ, that for your love I took upon me this war against your adversaries. In Your hand you give me and those with me my strength to overcome these blasphemers of Your Name." - Don Afonso Henriques I, Founding King of Portugal, 1152 Anno Domini.

The Order as the result of its policy through diplomatic negotiations seeks actively to implement its ideal aimed and foreseeable status that of extraterritoriality. The Order is a De Jure State, establishing and becoming in a timely an orderly manner a De Facto State, possessing State Territory. A territory without security is not viable, thus
the ideal structure of the Order Defence Force is to be based on the model Swiss militia system. Compulsory military service applies to all male Citizens of the Order, with women serving voluntarily, may join at any age from 21. Receiving the same duties, rank and responsabilities, in equal manner to males. Males receive initial orders at the age of 18 for defence military conscription eligibility screening.

The Main Purposes of the Order

1. The determined purpose to have whole hearted cooperation, in a one-minded purpose, and that purpose to make manifest the love of God and man; man's relation to man; man's relation to God. In This there must come, as has ever been given, success in such terms as the service is meted; and there may be expected that wholehearted cooperation from the divine.
2.
Keep the Covenant of the Lord.
3. That We May Make Manifest The Love Of God And Man.
4. To be a channel of blessings to others.
5.
"To make ready a people prepared for the Lord.” - Luke 1:17
6. That the banner of the Cross be again lifted to the world, that hope may come to the sons of men.

7. To Herald the Coming of The Lord.
8. To Make the Way Clear, Passable, for Him to Come.
9. To prepare better food for a better people, for their bodies as well as their minds and their spiritual development.
10. To bring to man a better understanding of the close relationship between the Creative Forces and that created, between man and man, and man and his Maker.
11. To assist in bringing that Understanding, that Peace, that Harmony, that can only come with all having the one Ideal; not the one idea, but “Thou shalt love the Lord Thy God with all thine heart, thy neighbour as thyself!” This is the whole law, this is the whole answer to the world, to each and every soul.
12. "Proclaim Liberty Throughout All the Land Unto All the Inhabitants thereof." - Leviticus 25:10
13. To guarantee, and allow for the exercise by each soul of its birthrights, given to each soul by its Creator. For, it is not the desire of that Creative Force, of which each soul is a part, that any be without that peace, that harmony which enables the soul to be a manifestation of that love eternal; that is the birthright of each and every soul.

 

 

Economic Conditions

To be sure, these have been approached from many varied angles by those who have sought, are seeking, to find the answers to such conditions in their own experiences; and by many that are seeking, and have sought, that there might be aid, understanding, comprehension, in the experience of others. In the very nature, though, of a nation, a people, there are some fundamental principles upon which the economic and the soul life of a nation must be founded, if such a people, such a nation, is to remain true to that which is the birthright of every soul: To pursue that which will give it as an individual the right to manifest that it would worship in its Creator. For, the first law that has been given to man from the beginning is: "Thou shalt have no other gods before me." And when man has faltered, has altered that, which has deprived others from giving expression to that birthright, that command that has come to man throughout the ages, then there arises that which creates those things that are the fruits of the evil influences that are in the earth. Such as: Hate, jealousy, avarice, and the like. These make for the creating of those conditions in all walks of life for power, for position, for the love of money and that it will bring in its associations in the lives of individuals. And, as there has been just this experience in the affairs of the nation, as a nation, the nation as a nation then passes through that period when each soul must turn to that thought within of: What is its relation to the Creative Forces in its experience. And each soul must ask itself: What it as a soul is going to do about that command that was given?, and that is the privilege of every soul; to show forth that very law of love that is the birthright of every soul. For, with that command has come ever that to which mankind may expect to find himself reduced when he has forgotten that which is his First duty, and the second which is likened unto it: "Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself." Then, this condition has been the experience in the greater portion of the whole nation, the whole world. For, that is the experience of the individual that makes for the creating in his environ, his surrounding, of that which breeds strife, that which breeds hate, that which breeds malice, that which breeds selfishness. The next law, as man knows, is that: "Like begets like." And His injunction has been: "The worlds may pass away, but my Word shall not pass away; and ye shall pay to every farthing. And: “As ye do unto your neighbour, as ye purpose in your heart, so will it be measured unto you." And when conditions arise that make for distress, whether they be in body, in mind, in the economic influences in the experience of any, Sin lieth at Thy door. Not thine neighbour's! Blame not the other fellow. Seek first to know within self that which has prompted thee, and when thou hast set thine house in order, when thou hast made thine peace with thine own conscience (that would smite thee, if ye will look within your own heart), then may ye find the answers that will come to every soul that seeks. For, as He has given to those of old, He is the same yesterday, today and forever. Think not as to who will ascend into heaven to bring down comfort and ease to thine own aching heart, or who will go over the seas to bring that which may be of a recompense within thine own experience, but lo! ye shall find it in your own heart! Thus has the lawgiver given, and thus has He said who has set the way to make the intercession for man: "I will not leave thee comfortless, if ye will seek to do my biddings." Many would say: "Yea, this is beautiful; yet it does not feed the hungry nor clothe those that are naked, nor make shelter for those that are cold." Who is, Who Is, the representative of the Father in the earth? Hath not He committed unto mankind the keeping of his brother? Hast thou answered that question that has been of old in thine experience: "Am I My Brother's Keeper?" The answer that should ring in the heart and soul of every individual is: "Know ye not that the blood of your brother crieth unto me from the ground!" So, in the experience of those that have sent and made the conditions are greed, selfishness; that has been practised in the minds, in the lives, in the experience of the nation. Think not any soul: "Yea, that is true for the other fellow." But it applies to Jim, to Tom, to those in ordinary walks of life, to those who have been given those powers in high places, those that have wealth about them; They are the oppressors; yea, look within thine own heart! Hast thou not practised the same? For, as it has been given: "Yea, though there be only ten just men, they may save the city; they may save the nation; they may save the world", if they will but Practice in their daily experience that which has been the command from the first: "Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thine heart, and thy neighbour as thyself." This is the basis of all Spiritual law; and to you would there be given as this: There is no activity in the experience of man that has not its inception or purpose in the spirit of those injunctions but what Must fail; unless it is founded in the spirit of truth. Hence each would ask, then: "What must I do about it; not what shall this, that or the other ruler, other office holder, or the other individual do", but each should ask: "What must I do about the economic conditions in which we find ourselves?" So live each day, each hour, as to put into practice those precepts, those influences in thine own life, and in the life of all ye contact day by day. For, He hath said: "Though ye wander far afield, if ye will cry unto me, if ye will ask, if ye will draw unto me, I will draw nigh unto thee; and my help, my arm is not short as man's counting of shortness, but will bring to thee speedily that which is the desire of thine heart, if it is conceived in righteousness." The applying of these principles (not tenets, principles!) as given, will bring lasting aid to a nation. For: The Purpose Is conceived in truth.


Good News for the Poor
The Christian Influences on Social Welfare

"For Christians, the question of what to do about the poor raises even more critical concerns:

How does God want the poor to be treated?
What does the Bible say?
What is our responsibility as individuals and as part of the church to our poor neighbours?
How should Christians try to influence the political and economic systems?

Biblical Principles Regarding the Poor

The Bible records God’s revelation to people and how humans have responded to God. The biblical record, taken as a whole, supports specific principles about what it means to be human and how humans should relate to God, to other people, and to the environment. Some of the fundamental premises in the biblical record set the stage for social welfare history. These basic premises have been described in more detail by others (Keith-Lucas, 1989; Sider, 1999), but generally include the following:

1. Humans are created beings designed for relationship with others. They are interdependent.
2. God is concerned for justice and right relationships among people.
3. In these relationships humans can do great good or great harm.
4. Humans have the ability and responsibility to choose, perhaps not their particular life circumstances, but how they will respond to their life circumstances.
5. Humans have value and dignity.
6. Work is a natural part of human nature and contributes to one’s sense of worth and dignity.
7. The ability to create wealth is a gift.
8. Material and environmental resources should be shared. They do not “belong” to any one person or group. Stewardship is the human responsibility to share resources fairly.
9. God has a special concern for those who are disadvantaged.

The earliest biblical records reveal distinctive guidelines for the care of the poor. The guidelines are shaped by the covenant relationship of a people with their God who represented love and justice. If God is Creator, then all human life should be treated with respect and care. This is a way to honour God. The guidelines apply not only to individuals and families, but also to the larger community and society. The ancient Hebrew idea of charity, tsedekah, is directly related to the concept of justice (Morris, 1986). The helper benefited from the act of charity as well as the one receiving help. It was a reciprocal benefit that balanced relationships between people. In the Scriptures, God specified the need for interdependent relationships and charity was an aspect of this. The prophet Micah summed up this principle by stating: “He has showed you, O people, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God” (Micah 6:8). God intended that society benefit by sharing resources among all its members in a just and equitable way. The Old Testament law specified how the community should provide care and to whom. God’s people were supposed to be hospitable to strangers and foreigners (Exodus 22:21; Hebrews 13:2). The Sabbath and Jubilee years restored property and maintained a more equitable distribution of resources (Leviticus 25; Exodus 21: 1-11; Deuteronomy 15: 12-18). Those with wealth were supposed to leave grains in the fields for the poor (Leviticus 19: 9-10). Communities and families cared for widows and orphans (Deuteronomy 14: 28-29; 26:12. They were to offer kind treatment to slaves and debtors and provide a means for them to gain their freedom (Deuteronomy 15). Lenders were to make loans without charging interest (Exodus 22: 25; Deuteronomy 15: 1-11). God is known for avenging the mistreatment of the weak (Psalm 9:8, 12, 16; 10: 17-18). The prophets railed against the people and nations that failed to behave mercifully and justly with the poor. They voiced words of judgment when the laws were ignored (Isaiah 59: 15; Ezekiel 34: 1-6; Amos 4: 1-3; Amos 5: 21-24; Zechariah 7: 8-14; Malachi 3:5).

Those who could work were expected to do so, but the laws were aimed at the community and required the kind of compassion toward the poor that God himself had demonstrated. God’s word strongly asserts that God is just and wants people to behave in a just and caring way toward one another, and especially toward the weak (Sider, 1999). The New Testament added a new and more challenging idea to the care of the poor. Jesus’ life serves as a model for all to follow. The four Gospels record the behavior of Jesus toward those who were disenfranchised. The message to those who will hear it is to “follow Jesus,” do what Jesus did. Jesus asked his followers to love others as he loved. The reason to care about the poor is not simply the reciprocal benefit of charity or obedience to the Old Testament laws, but one’s commitment to God. One cares about others, especially the poor, not because it brings benefit but because that person in need is made in the image of God:

“Whatever you do for one of the least of these, you did for me” - Matthew 25:40

The New Testament also proclaims God’s concern for justice. Jesus announced his mission in his first public message in the synagogue in Nazareth. He read from the prophet Isaiah, The Spirit of the Lord is on me, because he has anointed me to preach good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to release the oppressed, to proclaim the year of the Lord’s favor (Luke 4:18-19). His ministry was characterized by attention to the weak and helpless and oppressed. The early church adopted the same standard of care so that “there was no poverty among them, because people who owned land or houses sold them and brought the money to the apostles to give to others in need” (Acts 4:34). The apostle James warned the church about unequal distribution of material resources (James 5:1-6) and about prejudicial treatment based on one’s social class (James 2: 1-17). The Bible supports the value of work and the accompanying idea that one’s ability to create wealth is a gift. Adam and Eve worked in the Garden even before their fall into sin. The story of Job shows that wealth can be transitory and is subject to God’s control. Jesus himself worked as a carpenter. The apostle Paul admonishes believers to “settle down and get to work and earn your own living,” and “whoever does not work should not eat” - II Thessalonians 3:10-12

Social Welfare History in Western Societies

Biblical principles about human relationships and God’s will for humans have had a profound impact on social welfare history in the Western Hemisphere. The earliest records of church life reveal radical efforts to be sure that material and spiritual needs were met. The book of Acts states that material resources were shared in the community so that none were needy. The early church stressed the need to provide help to the poor even if some that were helped were not deserving of it. The charity of the early church was formulated in small Christian communities that had little or no influence on the state in the early years under Roman rule. Christianity began with many, but not all, members from the poorer classes because most people were from these ranks (Stark, 1996). The aim was to show God’s love. The church was not a political movement and thus not necessarily directed at prompting social reform. The human tendency of those with sufficient means to try to distinguish the deserving from the undeserving emerged regularly and in contrast to the earliest biblical teachings. Some early Christian leaders responded to this human tendency toward judgment. Chrysostom of Antioch in the fourth century was a strong advocate for charity based on the need of the giver to share. He was concerned with the heart of the giver and the need for those who had sufficient means to share with those who did not. Gregory of Nanzianus believed that a lack of care for the poor was a greater sin than giving to the undeserving poor (Keith-Lucas, 1989). The tension between the idea of charity as a need of the giver’s soul and charity to simply meet the needs of the poor has existed throughout social welfare history.

Personal Responsibility

During the period of the Protestant Reformation in the church, the culture changed from an agrarian one built on a communitarian spirit to an industrial society focused on individual rights and responsibility. Families were more isolated and less interdependent. Understanding of many biblical principles was shifting as well. Rather than the one Holy Catholic Church representing the biblical tradition and having authority to interpret biblical principles, the reform movement sanctioned individual responsibility to God for understanding and interpreting scripture and for how to live one’s faith. Martin Luther, John Calvin, and the Anabaptists stressed personal salvation and church authority became less hierarchical. Anyone who had faith could relate to God and interpret the Bible.

Global Context

Christians believing the call to follow Jesus should be very concerned about global poverty. For the richest and most powerful nation on earth to be knowledgeable about devastating poverty in some nations and continue to live in its ease evokes the prophetic voice of the Old Testament: “Away with your hymns of praise! They are only noise to my ears. I will not listen to your music, no matter how lovely it is. Instead I want to see a mighty flood of justice, a river of righteous living that will never run dry” (Amos 5:23). “I despise the pride and false glory of Israel, and I hate their beautiful homes. I will give this city and everything in it to their enemies” (Amos 6:8). Biblical faith calls Christians to practice good citizenship by being engaged in the public discourse about social welfare policies and programs and the impact of all policies on the poor in the world. The reality for the XXI century is a global economy. It is this political and economic context that will shape U.S. policy in the years ahead. Today, social welfare policies are inevitably linked to the global marketplace. Minimum wage laws, immigration laws, labour and trade laws will all influence how the poor are treated in the United States as well as around the world. The relationship of faith-based organizations and their provision of social services with the government system of social services will also continue to be a dominant theme.

Conclusion

The Bible says that we will have the poor with us always (Deuteronomy 15:11; Matthew 26:11). What distinguishes followers of Christ is a fundamental commitment to continually work to support the most vulnerable members of society for all are God’s children and made in God’s image. Whether it is organizing a soup kitchen or challenging tax policies, the call of God for Christians is to bring good news to the poor. This is the mission for social workers as well." - Mary Anne Poe

 

Self Sustainability

God's command to man is to subdue the earth! Use in applied manners all the manifestations of God's love in those influences and forces of the natural activities in the earth!

The sustainability of the Order shall be from the running of the following sectors:

I - Agriculture

1 – Organic Agriculture
2 - Organic Horticulture
3 - Floriculture
4 - Apiculture
5
- Dairy Products Production (Organic Raw Milk, Fresh Cheese only (cured cheese induces G.I. stasis), Yoghurt & Butter)
6 - Wood (Construction and Paper Production Printing and Personal Hygiene)
7 - Water management

II - Manufacture

1 - Food Condiments and Spices, Bovine Food Gelatine
2 -
Pharmacology
    a) Pharmacology grade production of medicinal raw materials
    b) Production of Natural Remedies

3 –
Therapeutic Equipment
4 – Wood Furniture
5 – Clay Bricks, Ceramic & Pottery
6 –
Organic Fertilizers (Including Top Soil Production)
7 -
Ecological Biodegradable Sanitizers, Disinfectants 
     & Mild Detergents, Safe, Non-toxic formulas, products.

8 -
Phytoremediation and Bio-coagulants for waste water purification
9 – Pure Heirloom Organic Seed Production (Flowers, Trees, Vegetables and Fruits)
10 -
Sea Salt
11 -
Sea Weed Farming
12 – Mineral Water
13 - Natural Fibres Production, Processing and Application

14 - Production of Natural Dyes for Fabric & Natural Fibre for Clothes such as: sisal, banana fibre, nettle, cotton, wool, and all other natural.
15 - The Establishing of Small Dedicated Manufacturing Factories (metal, moulding, ceramic, leather, fabric, wood, natural, plastics, etc). These established in the like manner of the fine craftsman, who have established these in such a pattern once in Japan. This make for a highly dedicated and skilled niche of craftsman.

III - Places of Learning

1 - Literacy Schools
2 -
Professional Training Centres
3 – Book Publishing
4 – School of Nautical Navigation
5 - School of Architecture
6 - School of Agriculture
7 - School of Electrical Sciences
8 - School of Mechanic Engineering
9 - School of Aeromechanics: Science of the Movement of Air and Gases
10 - Health Sciences

11 - School of Music and Performing Arts
12 - School of Metals and Mining
13 - School of Building Works

IV - Sanitariums

Health Clinics and Centres - Brazil
Health Clinics and Centres - Chile

"Behold, I will bring it Health and Cure, and I will Cure them, and will reveal unto them the abundance of Peace and Truth." - Jeremiah 33:6

V – Security

Security, responsible to secure the Orders Facilities, including land property, buildings and belongings hold inside any of the Orders property facilities.

VI - Common Wealth

The Order central Bank is called the Treasury. Which is in essence a triple fortification which held's precious stones and metals. The Currency of the Order is called: Sovereign which is a solid gold coin (999—24 karat), which will to be used as the international currency, an international stabilization of exchange values, after the third world war.

Social Work

1. Present

Education

- Schools
- Libraries
- Support for peasant in agricultural development

Detention Centres

- Women's Prisons
- Men's Prisons

2. In the future

Orphanages and Programs for Children

- Abandoned children
- Children with Mothers in Prison
- Kids living in the street

Host Home

- Teenage Mothers

Health

- Health Centres

Activities of social Order, of  Social Justice

All are free, all are equal before God. The Social Order, the Religious Order, the Economic Order must all be for One God! For, know that the Lord thy God is One!

Archangels Patrons of the Order

Gabriel, The Messenger
Michael, The Defender of Children, and Lord of the Way
Metatron, The Defender of Children

Saint Healing Patron of the Order

The Holy Apostle Ananias of the Seventy: The holy, glorious, all-laudable Apostle Ananias is numbered among the Seventy Apostles. He was the first Bishop of Damascus. The Lord ordered him to restore the sight of Saul, the former persecutor of Christians, then baptize him (Acts 9:10-19, 22:12). Saul became the great preacher and Apostle Paul. St Ananias boldly and openly confessed Christianity before the Jews and the pagans, despite the danger. From Damascus he went to preach at Eleutheropolis, where he healed many of their infirmities. Lucian, the prefect of the city, tried to persuade the holy one to offer sacrifice to idols. Because of Ananias’ staunch and solid confession of Christ, Lucian ordered that he be tortured. Harsh torments did not sway the witness of Truth. Then the torturers led him out beyond the city, where they stoned him. The saint prayed for those who put him to death. His relics were later transferred to Constantinople.

Evangelists of the Order

Matthew
John

Apostle of the Order

Paul the Apostle

Saint Missionary Patron of the Order

Saint Francis of Assisi

The Essenes

The correct meaning of the term Essene is Expectancy. Essenia the first administrative Capital city of the Order is called Essenia, for once more we are expecting His return, and the Order has been established, so has: "Making the Path for Him Passable"

 


Living in Community


Each individual can work together to take care of each other! Thus the members of the Order are part of the Order as Citizens of the Order. Life in the Order is based in the tenets of Christ, the Equality of, and Between Man and Women, and the Freedom which is the Birth Right of every soul on earth, given by the Lord Christ who Is God, to each and every individual. In its living form the Order is a Living Intentional Fellowship Community.

The practical manner of application of the Order is done by various groups

These include: Farmers, dairymen, engineers, railroads, ships and shipyards every form of activity; lawyers, schoolteachers, Health Care Professionals, all of these would work together in their varied fields of service, but as a Brotherhood. With a single ideal and purpose. The ideal is indicated in the chart itself, as to how the varied groups are formed and correlated with other groups in their relationship to the one central theme or the one central ideal. The Government of the Order and all departments of the Order are constituted in their administrative level by: 3, 6, 9, 12 or 15 Citizens of the Order. The Order though this is not as a church it is a Spiritual Movement. This should never be lost sight of, that the Order is a United Brotherhood of every group and never a political factor at all; rather as a spiritual means of attaining united effort by prayer, by living, by Being.

Theonomy Legal System of the Order

Theonomy is the bases of the Legal System of the Order (the Order is in both its idea and its ideals, a Nation, Israel), its interpretation is made under Common Law. The law of the Order should be that which helps the society as a hole, not a few in determent of others, nor to oppress and complicate the life of its citizens. Or bring needless bureaucracy. Any movement that is other than that of the brotherhood of man and the Fatherhood of God is dangerous! To make the effort of Individuals to all live as brothers one with another! Raise not democracy nor any other name above the brotherhood of man, the Fatherhood of God! And as such relationships are administered to the fellow man, so does the glory of the Father, as manifested in the Son, become apparent in the lives and the affairs of men. For these are His ways. He has not willed that any soul should perish, but that all should come to know the love, the harmony, the peace, the brotherhood of man, in the fatherhood of God. Teach the people about God, and how to search and find Him, and apply His principles in dealing with their fellow man.

Common Law is based on the premise that everything is legal unless it is deemed illegal. Common Law should be always that which is both practical, logical and of that which is born of experience and common sense.

Roman and Napoleonic Law is based on the premise that everything is illegal unless it is deemed legal. Roman and Napoleonic Law represent everything which is opposite to common sense and common law. Roman law is that which hinders, retards, brings needles and endless bureaucracy, and wastes time and resources of the individual and the society.

State Territory and Extraterritoriality

The Order as the result of its policy through diplomatic negotiations seeks actively to implement its ideal aimed and foreseeable status of extraterritoriality. The Order is a De Jure State, establishing and becoming in a timely an orderly manner a De Facto State. The Establishment of Sovereign Territory is done by purchase where prior occupation exists, in regards to newly, recently elevated or formed land masses, and open sea areas the Order needs not to purchase these, these new masses of land are claimed in the name of the Living God the Christ, for the Temporal Administration of the Order. The Order has no colonies, nor makes colonies nor engages in empire building, nor there are taxations upon those which the Order gives protection to.

"A wise man's heart is at his right hand; but a fool's heart at his left. Yea also, when he that is a fool walketh by the way, his wisdom faileth him, and he saith to every one that he is a fool." - Ecclesiastes 10:2

Political Parties

The Address of General Washington to the People of America
on His Declining the Presidency of the United States

“Friends and Fellow Citizens,

I have already intimated to you the danger of parties in the State, with particular reference to the founding of them on geographical discriminations. Let me now take a more comprehensive view, and warn you in the most solemn manner against the baneful effects of the spirit of party generally. This spirit, unfortunately, is inseparable from our nature, having its root in the strongest passions of the human mind. It exists under different shapes in all governments, more or less stifled, controlled, or repressed; but in those of the popular form it is seen in its greatest rankness and is truly their worst enemy. The alternate domination of one faction over another, sharpened by the spirit of revenge natural to party dissension, which in different ages and countries has perpetrated the most horrid enormities, is itself a frightful despotism. But this leads at length to a more formal and permanent despotism. The disorders and miseries which result gradually incline the minds of men to seek security and repose in the absolute power of an individual, and sooner or later the chief of some prevailing faction, more able or more fortunate than his competitors, turns this disposition to the purposes of his own elevation on the ruins of public liberty. Without looking forward to an extremity of this kind (which nevertheless ought not to be entirely out of sight), the common and continual mischiefs of the spirit of party are sufficient to make it the interest and duty of a wise people to discourage and restrain it. It serves always to distract the public councils and enfeeble the public administration. It agitates the community with ill-rounded jealousies and false alarms; kindles the animosity of one part against another; foments occasionally riot and insurrection. It opens the door to foreign influence and corruption, which find a facilitated access to the government itself through the channels of party passion. Thus the policy and the will of one country are subjected to the policy and will of another. There is an opinion that parties in free countries are useful checks upon the administration of the government, and serve to keep alive the spirit of liberty. This within certain limits is probably true; and in governments of a monarchical cast patriotism may look with indulgence, if not with favour, upon the spirit of party. But in those of the popular character, in governments purely elective, it is a spirit not to be encouraged. From their natural tendency it is certain there will always be enough of that spirit for every salutary purpose; and there being constant danger of excess, the effort ought to be by force of public opinion to mitigate and assuage it. A fire not to be quenched, it demands a uniform vigilance to prevent its bursting into a flame, lest, instead of warming, it should consume.” - General George Washington, Founding Father and 1st President of the United States, in "Farewell Address Letter, after 20 years of public service to the United States", 19 September 1796.

Groups, Parties or Factions

When there becomes class or mass distinction between this or that group, this or that party, this or that faction, then it becomes a class rather than: "thy neighbour as thyself." For all stand as One before Him. For the Lord is Not a respecter of persons, and these things Cannot long exist. For to Whom does the wealth belong? to Whom do the possibilities of the land belong? Does it belong to those who have inherited it, to those who have been given the positions by power? or to those who have by their labour, by the sweat of their brow Produced same? Not that all would be had in common as in the communistic idea, save as to keep that balance, to keep that oneness, to keep that association of ideas, of activity, of the influences throughout the experiences of all. These are to be kept in those attunements in which there may be the land itself defining what freedom is; in that each soul is by his Own activity to be given the opportunity of expression, of labour, of producing. But all of these, also, are not to say where or what, but are to seek through their Own ability, their Own activity, to give that of themselves that is in keeping with those who labour in the vineyard of the Lord. Hence these may apply in the national and international relationships. All, though, must learn that those who Are to be the greater, those who would make the greater contributions to activity in every sphere and phase of influence, are to be the servants of all; not those who would be lords over others. For the Lord so loved the world as to give His only begotten Son, that whosoever would might Know that life in its manifestations, in its expressions and relationships and dealings as one to another is not a gouging, not a "gimmie", not a hate, not those things that belittle, but those that create hope, faith and understanding in the minds and the hearts of men Everywhere!

Theocracy form of Government

The form of Government of the Order is called Theocracy, it is the same form of Government which was implemented by Moses the Law Giver, and kept by Yehoshua
"I Am the Salvation", in the commonwealth of Israel from the time of Moses until the election of Saul as King.

Government of the Order

A government of the people, for the people and by the people, a realization of the need for a trust to man's seeking to be helpful to his fellow man. As is set forth in the preamble, as is interpreted in the Declaration of freedom, these are principles which are eternal, those same set forth by those, through which the hope of the world must come; which all men must recognize if they are to live together as brethren. Not that all need be of one mind, but on one purpose and one hope, each loving his neighbour as himself. The banner of the Cross be again lifted to the world, that hope may come to the sons of men. Yes, zealots have used and do use such for their own gratification, but ye who would be the servant of all may indeed by the greatest among his brethren. A nation, too, may have a soul if those who formulate its policies give it the spirit of truth, in the application of self. It is wise, to concentrate on improving society by spreading religious understanding, and know that science and religion are one, when their purposes are one. A Government established under that promise, which have been made as of old: "If ye will be my people, I will be thy God."

"In the application of the knowledge gained, the understanding as is being sought. Be not dictatorial, nor lording in thine own activity. Rather humble in spirit, that the Micah of old may say oft in thine hearing, this day This is fulfilled in thine hearing, that "I will establish my name in the place appointed, and I will feed mine peoples and they shall not be scattered abroad; for even as the knowledge comes let It be disseminated among those who seek to know the lamb that taketh away the sins of mine people, and their transgressions shall be remembered no more, and sickness and sorrow and tears shall be wiped away: "For He who came in the flesh will establish His name there. Through thine efforts then, my son, be faithful." - Jeremiah, the servant to the King.

Government of the Nation

The Sovereign is The Lord, He Is God. The Nation is Governed by 3 Heads of State, called Regents. These 3 Grand Masters of the Order are aided, and advised by the Members of the Governing Council of the Order. "That there would come three that would make of the perfect way of life. And as there is found those that have made, in their experience from their sojourn in the earth, a balance in their spiritual, their mental, their material experiences or existences, so may they become those channels through which there may be proclaimed to a seeking, a waiting, a desirous body, those things that proclaim how there has been preserved in the earth (that as is a shadow of the mental and the spiritual reservation of God to His children) those truths that have been so long proclaimed. Those, then, that make themselves that channel. For, as He has given, who is to proclaim is not mine to give, but they that have made of themselves such a measure of their experiences as to be worthy of proclaiming." The Members of the Governing Council are those who work as channels to the Throne of Universal Information. The Governing Council is formed of 12 Consuls of the Order.

Imperialism

The Order must never allow Imperialism, has imperialism has caused many a great nations to fall.

Teachings to other Nations

Teach God to other Nations, and first: "Thou shalt love the Lord thy God as thyself, and thy neighbour as thyself, with thy heart, with thy mind, with thy purpose." But so long as there is the gospel sent with the jug and a bullet, you will not teach them God.

Democracy

“1. Democracy passes into despotism!

2. And does not tyranny spring from democracy, in the same manner as democracy from oligarchy? The ruin of oligarchy is the ruin of democracy; the same disease magnified and intensified by liberty overmasters democracy. The truth being that the excessive increase of anything often causes a reaction in the opposite direction; and this is the case not only in the seasons, and in vegetable, and animal life, but above all in forms of government.

3. Democracy comes into being after the poor have conquered their opponents, slaughtering some, and banishing some, while to the remainder they give an equal share of freedom and power; and this is the form of government in which the magistrates are commonly elected by lot.

4. Yes, it is the nature of democracy, whether the revolution has been effected by arms, or whether fear has caused the opposite party to withdraw. And now what is their manner of life, and what sort of a government have they? for as the government is, such will be the man.

5. Imagine then: A ship, or a fleet, in which there is a captain who is taller and stronger than any of the crew, but who is a little deaf and has a similar infirmity in sight, and whose knowledge of navigation is not much better. The sailors are quarreling with one another about the steering, every one is of the opinion that he has a right to steer, though he has never learned the art of navigation.” - Plato in "Republic".

“I do not say that democracy has been more pernicious on the whole, and in the long run, than monarchy or aristocracy. Democracy has never been and never can be so durable as aristocracy or monarchy; but while it lasts, it is more bloody than either. Remember, democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself. There never was a democracy yet that did not commit suicide. It is in vain to say that democracy is less vain, less proud, less selfish, less ambitious, or less avaricious than aristocracy or monarchy. It is not true, in fact, and nowhere appears in history. Those passions are the same in all men, under all forms of simple government, and when unchecked, produce the same effects of fraud, violence, and cruelty. When clear prospects are opened before vanity, pride, avarice, or ambition, for their easy gratification, it is hard for the most considerate philosophers and the most conscientious moralists to resist the temptation. Individuals have conquered themselves. Nations and large bodies of men, never.” - John Adams, Founding Father and 2nd President of the United States in "The Letters of John and Abigail Adams"

 “A Democracy is nothing more than mob rule, where 51% of the people may take away the rights of the other 49%.” - Thomas Jefferson, Founding Father and 3rd President of the United States in Speech written for Lafayette, 1824

"Democracy is the most vile form of government. Democracies have ever been spectacles of turbulence and contention incompatible with personal security or the rights of property." - James Madison, Father of the American Constitution and 4th President of the United States, in Federalist Paper No.10, 1788

A Government that Represents a Country

So long as there is class and mass distinction, there must be turmoils and strife. But so long as the powers are held within those whose purposes and ideals are that of: "I am my brother's keeper", and not forcing self upon same. Being the brother's keeper does not mean that: "I am to tell him what to do, or that he is to do this or that irrespective", but rather that All are free before the law, and before God.

Oppression and Self-indulgences

Because of the yoke of oppression, because of the self-indulgences, extremes arise. Only when there is freedom of speech, the right to worship according to the dictates of the conscience, until these come about, still turmoils will be within a country.

Employment

In all centres, or areas there must be more and more return to the toil upon the land, and not so much of the makeshift of labour in specific or definite fields. For unless this comes, there must and will come disruption, turmoil and strife.

Labour and Profit

Unless there is the give and the take, and the considerations of those that produce, so that they have as much of the use and the division of the excess and profits of the labours, there must be brought greater turmoil's in the land.

Exchange of Commodities

For there must come, first, a stabilization of the monetary unit. There must come then the exchange of commodities or of trade In a way and manner in which not merely sections, not merely distinctions made of one portion of the land against one another, but All are taken into consideration. Unless this is done, turmoils and strifes will arise. And that which has made and does make the people afraid, is the fear of servitude in Any manner!

Real Troubles

For unless there is to be the consideration given to each factor, then others will come in and devour the spoils. This are the outcome of seed sown in the ages past, and from same man can, as a whole, and Should take warning.

Upheavals and Wars

Those problems which may bring about the upheavals and the wars, the distrust, the jealousy, the hate. These are the result of man's forgetting God, and that which truly represents man's sincere attempt to worship, honour and glorify a living God. For this may only be done in the manner in which individuals, states, nations, treat their fellow man. For, as ye do unto others, ye do to thy Maker. And when those activities are such as to dishonour thy fellow man, ye dishonour thy God, and it brings all of those forms of disturbance that may exist in the world. As for all the individuals, peace must begin within self before there may be the activity or the application of self in such a manner as to bring peace in thine own household, in thine own heart, in thine own vicinity, in thine own state or nation. And only one agreement: Worship God in a manner that is in keeping with the dictates of thy conscience. Thus, nothing new, nothing strange. These are thoughts and activities of men, but are as the mind and the body in the individual. When there has been rebellion in the body of sufficient of the cells to set up resistance, illness begins. When there has been in the earth those groups that have sufficiently desired and sought peace, peace will begin. It must be within self. The same is true in economic conditions. He that saith he loveth God and seeth his neighbour in need of food or a coat, and saith: "Go in peace, God be with thee", and does nothing about same, is a liar and a thief, wherever he may be; is false to self and will one day create those things that will bring discontent and disputations in the earth.

Might does not make right

Rather will the principles of the Christian faith.

The General Principles of Governance

Since the application of those truths or tenets as indicated becomes the basic needs of the peoples of every land in the present, then, to apply same in their dealings with the situations that exist respecting the political, the economic and the general situations throughout the land. This at the first glance may appear to be an impractical thing; yet these are the conditions to be met: Every phase of human experience and human relationship must be taken into consideration; just as indicated from that given, that we Are our brother's keeper. Then if those in position to give of their means, their wealth, their education, their position, Do Not take these things into consideration, there must be that leveling that will come. For unless these are considered, there must eventually become a revolution, and there will be a dividing of the sections as one against another. For these are the leveling means and manners to which men resort when there is the plenty in Some areas and a lack of the sustenance in the life of others. These are the manners in which such things as crime, riots and every nature of disturbance arise, in that those who are in authority are not considering every level, every phase of human activity and human experience. Then those who are in power must know that they Are their brother's keeper, and give expression to that which has been indicated in: "Thou shalt love the Lord with all they heart and mind and body, and thy neighbour as thyself." This rule must be applied. All groups and races must have their representation and their privileges, that they too may have the opportunity. Unless we begin within our own selves and our own household, we are false to ourselves and to the principles that we attempt to declare. By setting classes or masses against other groups, this is Not brotherly love.

Economic Standards

To maintain a fair standard of living for the Citizens of the Principality of the Good News, while helping to raise economic standards in other parts of the world, not only Must it be possible, it Must be Done! If there will be Any lasting peace! But it must begin in the hearts and minds of individuals. For it is as just given. As the vital cells of the body, when they have rebelled, and caused sufficient others to do likewise, destruction sets in.

Government of the Order



Emmanuel or God among men

The Prince of Peace, The Lord Christ, He Is God
The Sovereign, The Master of All Humanity, The Light of the World

"​For the Son of Man Himself has not come to be served but to serve,
and to give His life to set many others free.” - Mark 10:45

Bruno Gröning


Administration of the Order

Those in a position of service in the Order must be Humble and Faithful to God. The running of the Order is based in the cooperation between Spiritual & Physical Worlds. And while it stays in Truth it shall rule and exist. It shall rule for one thousand years has an opportunity for soul development of many. This period will create and allow for those conditions in which the soul of man can find its place in the creation and its relationship between the creator and the created. The Position of Grand Master of the Order is by The Grace of God. For know, here and now, the position which each soul occupies in the affairs of a community, a state, a nation or an international influence, is by the grace, the mercy of a living God, and is a part of His way with man. Realize that often. Then known, that the Officers of the Order have not been exalted or raised, to any particular position other than of being of greater service to thy fellow man. Remember that: "He that would be the greatest among you will be the servant of all." He that will humble himself shall be exalted. He that remains true shall be lifted up, even as He gave: "And I, If I be lifted up will draw All Men unto me." Know, then, that there is being shed some of that glory that was in Him, and that is given thee in this carnal body, this weakened flesh, through the insight of the glories that await man if he will remain true to those lessons that are set before him; that self is being lifted up with the greater abilities, the greater opportunity to reach the more. He that is called to service must indeed obey. Know also that it is true in thy experience as it was in His experience: "Though He were the Son, yet learned He obedience by the things which He suffered." Do not become self-important, nor self-exalting. Be rather selfless, that there may come to all who come under the sound of thy voice, to all that come in thy presence, as they look upon thine countenance, the knowledge and feeling that, indeed this man has been in the presence of his Maker.

Grand Master David, OGN, Regent, Grand Master Head of State, Field Marshall, Lord Protector of the Faith

"We all are born in this life with a mission, and in general, that mission is to help others" - David Prince of the Good News

"The Purpose of Human Life is to Serve and to Show Compassion and the will to Help Others" - Albert Schweitzer



The Function of the Grand Master is to Serve

The Grand Master, is the Grand Master of the Order, he us such: in the capacity of Administrative, Executive functions and Responsibilities, he is the servant of all. The Grand Masters of the Order serve as Guides, a Helper in Directing the Members of the Order to the Light of Christ, He the Saviour, Who Is God.

Preparing the Way

All Officers of the Order, partake in the great work, of making the way passable for Him.

Rt. Hon. Dimitrij Klinar, Regent, Grand Master Head of State, Field Marshall, Lord Protector of the Faith

Rt. Hon. Ingrid Betancourt, OGN, Regent, Grand Master Head of State, Field Marshall, Lord Protector of the Faith

The Governing Council

1. Secretary of State for Evangelization
4. Grand Hospitaller, Health, Welfare,
5. Justice Grand Prior
6. Grand Treasurer, Wealth and Economy
7. Secretary of State for Agriculture
8. Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs & Trade
9. Secretary of State for Internal Affairs, Social Work
9. Secretary of State for Culture, Sports and Entertainment
10. Secretary of State for Defence and Security
11. Secretary of State for Education, Civilization and Technology
12. Secretary of State for Work, Building and Industry
11.  Secretary of State for Logistic, Transportation

For there has been the continued battle with those forces, as Michael fought With over the body of Moses. He that leads, or Would direct, is continually beset by the forces that Would undermine. He that endureth to the end shall wear the Crown. He that aideth in upbuilding shall be entitled to that that he Builds in his experience. He that faltereth, or would hinder, shall be received in the manner as he hinders.

Privy Council

The Privy Council if the Advisory Body to the Governing Council. The Privy Council is composed by 15 Citizens of the Order.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

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