Second Government Letter

P.O. Box 3126

Waco, TX 76707

Email: mail@statesofrefuge.org

Website: www.statesofrefuge.org

 

Dear Honorable Civil Servant,

The Lord richly bless you! A few months ago Operation Save America sent a letter of introduction announcing our new national campaign called, States of Refuge. Each state representative from Arkansas, Mississippi, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming received this communication. Why just these five states? All these states have one powerful connection in common. There is just one death camp (abortion mill) remaining defiling our land. This represents the abortion industry and the American holocaust it spawned at their weakest point. It also represents the greatest opportunity to cleanse this evil from our land, one state at a time.

Our first letter addressed civil government’s sacred trust, which is to protect life, liberty, property, and stop the shedding of innocent blood. Abortion violates this sacred trust and denies the primary purpose for civil magistrates. This letter is to highlight one of the major goals as we move forward to fulfill the mission of States of Refuge campaign. It centers on a document, which is entitled, The Emancipation Proclamation for the Preborn Child. You will find a copy of this document enclosed. As you read through this letter and view the document, we pray you will recognize its significance. We would ask that you promote this document in your state and sign it yourself. It is a prophetic declaration in nature, but also deeply rooted in history.

In Genesis 3:15, the Word of God reveals a cosmic war. It is a conflict that rages between the seed of the serpent and the seed of the woman. This war has been chronicled through the pages of Holy Scripture and the bloody history of mankind to the present day. It is a war between good and evil, right and wrong, truth and error, light and darkness, justice and injustice, tyranny and freedom.

Though the war remains, the battle front changes in each generation. America’s history bears witness to this truth. Our Pilgrim Forefathers suffered great hardships by taking a hazardous journey across the Atlantic. A great storm arose and blew them off course. They arrived at Plymouth, MA and dared not step off the ship until they crafted and signed the Mayflower Compact. “IN THE NAME OF GOD, AMEN…Having undertaken for the Glory of God, and Advancement of the Christian Faith,” they established one of the first American “civil Body Politick” on these blessed shores. They suffered persecution, deprivation, and unimaginable hardships. They did it anyway! They signed their names on the Mayflower Compact and changed the world. 

As the chains of tyranny were being forged by England, our Founding Fathers pledged their lives, fortunes, and sacred honor. Fifty six brave men signed the Declaration of Independence, which enshrined these immortal words, “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” By signing this document, they essentially signed their death warrant. They did it anyways! A city on a hill and a light to the nations emerged as liberty was proclaimed throughout the land.

Years later, America became embroiled in another great struggle, the Civil War. God used the legal issue, state’s rights vs. federal power, to judge our nation over the moral issue of slavery. The horrific bloodbath that ensued gave rise to serious doubts that our nation would survive. In his famous Gettysburg address, President Abraham Lincoln profoundly declared, “Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that nation, or any nation so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure. 

To ensure our nation did endure, different Christian denominations sent seventy nine official condemnations of slavery to Washington DC. Three thousand fifty New England clergy men added their signatures to a 200 foot long letter demanding President Lincoln let the slaves go free. Eventually, the President put his signature to the Emancipation Proclamation, which dramatically changed the fortunes of that cruel war and our union was preserved.

In our day, Americans wonder once again can our nation long endure. Good has become evil and evil, good. Evil has been codified into law. We suffer from moral rot from within and terroristic threats from without. Our government increases its power and control as our liberties fade. 

Our God-fearing, liberty-loving ancestors have run their lap of the race. They put their names, lives, fortunes, and sacred honor on the line to right, wrongs, to end injustices, to secure a future and a hope for their posterity. It is our turn now! In the name of all you hold dear: PLEASE SIGN THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION FOR THE PREBORN CHILD!

IN KING JESUS’ SERVICE,

Rev. Flip Benham, National Director, Operation Save America

Rev. Rusty Lee Thomas, Assistant Director, Operation Save America

 

 

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