56: The Bundy Trial Isn’t Just About the Bundys

You’ve likely heard about the Bundy trial that’s been taking place these past few weeks in Las Vegas. What many people don’t realize is that the conflict over cattle and public lands are merely symptoms of a larger power struggle that’s been going on for decades. It’s been a long time since the average citizen has had to do any heavy lifting regarding keeping government–at all levels–accountable to we the people. Get ready for some behind-the-scenes insights about the Bundy family’s struggle and why it affects more than just Western ranchers.

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  • Ambassador David


    In a nutshell, a non-statutory abatement is strictly the Law of God. It is served upon those who are coming against you; those who the complaint is coming from. It’s served on them personally by the Christ’s assembly at wherever you happen to be; the Christ’s assembly meaning “For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them” (Matthew 18:20). It doesn’t have to be a Church or anything like that. And the abatement is presented as a covering for whoever the government is coming against unlawfully. However, if you’ve committed evil, as defined by God’s Law and not by man’s law (which would be contrary to God’s Law), then the abatement would not apply in your particular case, because we’re to submit to those authorities when we have committed evil.

    Whatever they believe that you’re violating, which does not violate the Law of God, can be abated by serving it upon them. They have ten days to answer, and when they don’t answer then the brothers go back and serve a default upon those defendants (they become defendants when you serve the abatement).