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Respects all legitimately constituted authority. Extends to all persons, without distinction. Requires submission in all matters not affecting conscience. Power is — 1. Is an ordinance of God. Is established by the providence of God. Obedience to law Homiletic Monthly.
Not abject subjection to governments, whatever their character; but intelligent, manly subordination to a divinely ordered arrangement — the social framework and the national dominion.
Many are the corruptions and oppressions of rulers and the imperfections and perversions of constitutions. Nevertheless there is a Divine ordination, as of marriage and home, so of nationality.
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Per se, government is essential to the perfection of human life, and so far as it does not hinder our obedience to God as the direct Sovereign of our souls, we are properly obligated to obey it. Divine Providence may have so ordered our lives that we may be overshadowed by pagan authorities.
While we approve not the perversions of depraved legislators — their intemperance, Sabbath desecration, profanity, luxury and ambition — we can, notwithstanding, hold ourselves in dignified yielding to normal law.
When the corruptions or misapplications of government become glaring and intolerable, the right of revolution is rightly appealed to, and then may "God speed the right.
Aside from references to political governments, the whole paragraph may have a truer application to spiritual authority. Rank pharisaic ecclesiasticism and Papal domination are extremely abhorrent to every soul whom the truth and grace of God have made free.
But Church officers and institutions founded on the gospel are the reflex of the Lord's own kingdom. These powers are "ordained of God" — apostles, deacons, elders; with regulations for Sabbath observance, public worship, evangelistic progress.
That one or more persons should, therefore, in any community decry creeds, church association, ministerial functions and labours, etc. Satan can quickly divide and scatter the fold by such disorganisers and malcontents if the least heed be paid them.
At suitable public anniversaries we should look into the Magna Charta of our Christian rights and experiences. This injunction is given to "every soul. For the commands of the greatest potentates in the world are of no weight against the paramount authority of the King of kings and Lord of lords.
When, however, they are not at variance with the law of God, the Scriptures expressly enjoin an unreserved obedience. Expenses must be incurred, both in carrying on affairs and in supporting the dignity and remunerating the labours of the officers of state. Hence there must be taxes, "tribute" and "custom.
Christ Himself paid taxes from which He was properly exempt. Here, then, is forbidden everything that is disrespectful either in manner or language.
The blazoning abroad the faults of our rulers, so as to degrade them in the eyes of others, is an offence against God. The Scriptures regard it as a daring thing to "speak evil of dignities, to despise dominion. The penalty which those incur who transgress.
A law becomes a dead letter, unless its penalties are enforced: Still, low as it is, we fear, so great a lack of higher principle prevails amongst us, that, were it not employed, such a thing as obedience would hardly be known. Each would be an Ishmael.
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So appalling is the evil of the want of a regular government, that the very worst government is better than no government at all see Judges We have so long enjoyed the blessings of an equitable government, in which even the king dare not, if he would, invade the rights of the beggar, and in which every crime is prosecuted, and, in consequence, we have been so long privileged to "sit each one under his vine and under his fig-tree, none daring to make us afraid," that we seem almost to forget that we owe this happy security, not to any improvement in man himself, but to a well-ordered government.
It might help us to realise these advantages if we were to suppose for a time, a suspension of the laws throughout the land; and that every one was left to follow the full bent of his own will, without fear.
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