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THE HIDDEN POWER BEHIND FREEMASONRY
WHAT DOES THE MASONIC COVENANT ASSUME?
Lt. Col. Gordon "Jack" Mohr
Since the Ten Commandments do not apply to a Master Mason, he becomes a "law unto himself," and this morality carries over into his business and political dealings. (I would call your attention to the large number of politicians, who have been Masons, whose shady deals have walked the thin edge of treason, according to the Constitutional definition, Article III, Sect. 3: "Treason shall consist only in levying war against them (the United States); adhering to their enemies; giving them aid and comfort." Any Fifth Grader should be able to understand the meaning of this. I dare you to check out those Senators who voted to give away our canal in Panama and see for yourself, how many were Masons I dare you to check and see how many of those Congressmen who have voted to give Foreign Aid, to countries which are our enemies, are Masons, Jews or both. If after you have seen this and do not believe this is a reflection on their Masonic training, then it is because you have deliberately closed your eyes to the truth.
Could it be possible that this is one of the reasons that so many politicians who claim to be Christian, are also Masons? They show very little of the "Christian fruits" in their politics, which reeks of Masonic intrigue. The old Duck Theory applies here I believe: "When you see something that looks like a duck, waddles like a duck, has feathers like a duck, and runs around with other ducks, chances are you are looking at a duck." So when you see a political figure, who claims to be a Christian, yet he runs around with an un-Christian crowd and votes for anti-Christ measures, you can almost bet that he is a member of a Masonic Lodge, and very possibly a very high ranking member.
When a man takes the oath of Freemasonry, he is required to step out of obedience to Almighty God and give his loyalty to the Lodge. He then places himself under a completely di Areent moral government, bound by a different set of moral ethics. These are diametrically opposed to Christianity.
Masonic writers boast: "It is the covenant that makes a Mason; and once a Mason, always a Mason. Once you have taken the Masonic oath, you cannot repudiate it."
These remarks make it crystal clear that the Mason becomes a "different order of man," governed by a different code, which sets him at variance with the laws of God Almighty. Things which are "unlawful" to the "profane" (those outside the Lodge), become lawful to the Lodge member, providing he does his sinning in such a way that it does not bring disgrace to the Lodge or his fellow Masons.
Masonry legalizes "lustful sinning" in every sphere, save the one where he is limited in his wanton acts from violating a female member of a Master Mason's family. (Even then, he has an excuse, if he does not know they belong to a fellow Master Mason). This gives a man a lot of leeway in which to fulfill his illicit desires.
If Masonry never changes, as its leaders proudly aver, then men can never become better by joining it. If it allows its members to sin, by putting a Masonic label of approval on sin, whether it is committed by a Master Mason, one of the 33o, or a member of the Blue Lodge, it is still evil in the sight of God and will earn the death penalty. "The wages of sin is death," (Romans 6:23). Sin, no matter whether it is committed by the "mighty" or the "lowly," produces the bitter fruit of Sodom and Gomorrah, for anything which encourages dishonesty, deception and unchastity is wrong in the eyes of God. We have His Holy Word to confirm this!
Yet, unfortunately, in spite of the anti-Christ character of this immoral system, we find thousands of good men who belong to it and defend it. Many of these claim to be Christian. Can this be a measure of their apostasy? 1
Timothy 4 says:
Because of these apostates, many of them Christian ministers who support Freemasonry, we find ourselves in the "perilous times" predicted in 2 Timothy 3:1 - 5
This is a pretty good "word description" of the Masonic Lodge, and certainly of any Christian pastors who belongs to it. It is no wonder our churches have lost their power, with these "wolves in sheep's clothing" standing behind the pulpits of our churches. Can a true, "born from above" Christian have fellowship with such a strange and immoral institution? I think not! It doesn't make much sense!
In 1 John 2:23, we are given a very clear definition of an anti-Christ. It is anyone who denies the Divinity of Jesus Christ; who denies Him as Savior. This fits any man, whether he is Jew, a Mason, a Heathen, a Baptist, or whatever. In 2 John 10, 11, we are told how Christians should act towards these anti-Christs:
According to Masonic tradition, the Mason is a builder, who is free to go anywhere in pursuit of his avocation. To the Mason, this means he is free from the moral and spiritual restraints organized society imposes on its members; he is a "jaw unto himself," doing what makes him feel good.
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