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- To remove a veil or covering from.
- To disclose; reveal.
- To take off one's veil.
- To reveal oneself.
tr.v., -tut·ed, -tut·ing, -tutes.
- To establish, organize, and set in operation.
- To initiate; begin. See synonyms at found1.
- To establish or invest in an office or a position.
- Something instituted, especially an authoritative rule or precedent.
- institutes A digest of the principles or rudiments of a particular subject, especially a legal abstract.
- An organization founded to promote a cause: a cancer research institute.
- An educational institution, especially one for the instruction of technical subjects.
- The building or buildings housing such an institution.
- A usually short, intensive workshop or seminar on a specific subject.
[Middle English instituten, from Latin īnstituere, īnstitūt-, to establish : in-, in; see in-2 + statuere, to set up.]
instituter in'sti·tut'er or in'sti·tu'tor n.
tr.v., -dued, also -dued, -du·ing, -du·ing, -dues, -dues.
- To provide with a quality or trait; endow: "A being whom I myself had formed, and endued with life, had met me at midnight among the precipices of an inaccesible mountain" (Mary Shelley).
- To put on (a piece of clothing).
[Middle English enduen, from Old French enduire, to lead in, induct (influenced by Middle English endowen, to endow), from Latin indūcere. See induce. Sense 2, Middle English induen, to clothe, from Latin induere, to put on.]
Last book of the New Testament. It consists of two main parts, the first containing moral admonitions to several Christian churches in Asia Minor, and the second composed of extraordinary visions, allegories, and symbols that have been the subject of varying interpretations throughout history. A popular interpretation is that Revelation deals with a contemporary crisis of faith, possibly the result of Roman persecutions. It exhorts Christians to remain steadfast in their faith and hold firm to the hope that God will ultimately vanquish their enemies. References to "a thousand years" have led some to expect that the final victory over evil will come after the completion of a millennium (see millennialism). Modern scholarship accepts that the book was written not by St. John the Apostle but by various unknown authors in the late 1st century AD. See also apocalypse.
(1863) Edict issued by U.S. Pres. Abraham Lincoln that freed the slaves of the Confederacy. On taking office, Lincoln was concerned with preserving the Union and wanted only to prevent slavery from expanding into the Western territories; but, after the South seceded, there was no political reason to tolerate slavery. In September 1862 he called on the seceded states to return to the Union or have their slaves declared free. When no state returned, he issued the proclamation on Jan. 1, 1863. The edict had no power in the Confederacy, but it provided moral inspiration for the North and discouraged European countries from supporting the South. It also had the practical effect of permitting recruitment of African Americans for the Union army; by 1865 nearly 180,000 African American soldiers had enlisted. The Thirteenth Amendment to the Constitution, ratified in 1865, officially abolished slavery in the entire country.
Life in America yesterday until today
Yesterday until today God's children have become subservient to our civil servants as our rulers.
Yesterday until today our civil servants have instituted slavery to amass obedience over God's children.
Yesterday until today prosecutors have abused the letter to calumniate lies about God's children.
Yesterday until today judges have cast God's children into Earth's furnace of burning fire.
Yesterday until today courts have shown no mercy to forgive God's children.
Three days are the three branches of government for our Lord and Savior shall come to pronounce judgment.
Wicked servants of the Earth shall have to account for instituting slavery to condemn God's children.
Moral of my story is: Yesterday and today God's children have yet witnessed the glory and freedom indoctrinated within our U.S. Constitution and/or Bill of Rights. Tomorrow in three days the resurrection of Jesus Christ shall unveil the truth of the perfect law of liberty.Rule 33 Interrogatories to Parties
Please check [X] FACT or FICTION to my following interrogatories:
[ ] FACT [ ] FICTION U.S. Constitution has been endued with the Spirit not the letter of the law.
[ ] FACT [ ] FICTION Now the Lord is that Spirit which is liberty.
[ ] FACT [ ] FICTION Cain has slain his brother Abel.
[ ] FACT [ ] FICTION God has sworn to avenge sevenfold any who murders Cain.
[ ] FACT [ ] FICTION Lamech has murdered a young man in self defense.
[ ] FACT [ ] FICTION Anyone that murders Lamech shall be avenged seventy sevenfold.
[ ] FACT [ ] FICTION Curse of Cain falls upon any who avenges murder.
[ ] FACT [ ] FICTION Curse of Lamech falls upon any who avenges murder in self defense.
[ ] FACT [ ] FICTION Jesus Christ has died for the sins of all mankind.
[ ] FACT [ ] FICTION Jesus has ordained our Judiciary to seek and extend forgiveness.
[ ] FACT [ ] FICTION It constitutes sacrilege against Christ for our Judiciary to abstain forgiveness.
[ ] FACT [ ] FICTION U.S. Constitution is a sacred covenant to uphold God's promise of liberty.
[ ] FACT [ ] FICTION Amendment XIII is unconstitutional for it has conflicted with our sacred covenant.
[ ] FACT [ ] FICTION Abolish means to do away with or destroy completely.
[ ] FACT [ ] FICTION To preserve slavery as punishment for crime is both wicked and unconstitutional.
[ ] FACT [ ] FICTION Emancipation Proclamation is an Executive Order to cease and desist slavery.
[ ] FACT [ ] FICTION Slavery is a relic of the past that should be buried forever.
U.S. Constitution has been endued with the Spirit of Christ.
Judiciary Branch has been ordained by Christ to extend forgiveness to engender fellowship among our citizenship.
Our Christian duty is to demonstrate to God our love for our brothers or sisters.
In God's sight, we bear the curse of Cain when we plot behind closed doors to murder our own brother.
Three days are the three branches:
- Yesterday (walking in spiritual darkness) Legislative Branch
- Today (awakening the Spirit of Christ) Judiciary Branch
- Tomorrow (resurrection of Christ's holy spirit) Executive Branch
Lift the veil to uncover the blinders that have shielded your eyes from seeing the truth about our law.
Henceforth and forever envision the vesture of new apparel that has been draped around our United States Constitution.
Amen!Gen4:15 And the LORD said unto him, Therefore whosoever slayeth Cain, vengeance shall be taken on him sevenfold. And the LORD set a mark upon Cain, lest any finding him should kill him.
Gen4:23 And Lamech said unto his wives, Adah and Zillah, Hear my voice; ye wives of Lamech, hearken unto my speech: for I have slain a man to my wounding, and a young man to my hurt.
Gen4:24 If Cain shall be avenged sevenfold, surely Lamech seventy and sevenfold.
Mat18:21 Then came Peter to him, and said, how oft shall my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? till seven times?
Mat18:22 Jesus saith unto him, I say not unto thee, Until seven times: but, Until seventy times seven.
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