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Five Types of Government

We know from Scripture that there are two spiritual kingdoms: the kingdom of God and the kingdom of Satan. Both kingdoms rely upon authority, but use it in very different ways. God is not a God of disorder, but peace. Therefore His authority, which we find in self-government, the government of the family, church government, civil government, and within God’s kingdom, are all given to man to bless him and order his reality. Satan, on the other hand, uses his authority to tyrannize and oppress.

God’s principles are clear from a societal point of view. As Christians, we believe in strong and consistent authority. We support strong personal responsibility, and strong families. We support strong faith and spiritual affiliation. We support just laws, and we support strong and just law enforcement. In this very timely teaching, given the current state of our nation and the world, Jon Touchstone takes us into the Word of God and looks at His intention for Civil Government.


  1. I am so thankful God placed me in this beautiful country! Satan is pulling out all the stops because Christianity has not utilized its power through the Truth of God’s Word and the power of prayer. Come November it will be interesting to see if we can hold off the one world government. I’m praying that we can.

    1. Thank you for putting things into perspective with this teaching. God bless you John Touchstone!

  2. John Touchstone GREAT teaching!!!! You are well read and truly blessed. Thank you!

  3. Romans Chapter 13. Another Jesuit forgery into the bible. God gave us our governments. B.S. to the max. Obey the criminal governments and its minions.

    1. There’s a lot of discussion outside the establishment about obvious forgeries. None in the religious communities – but many on internet chat.

      1. Leesa, I received your comments. I would say in response that, if you’ve read that Romans 13 is a Jesuit forgery, it’s probably not a credible source from which you’re getting your information. For example, 1 Peter 2:13-15 says much of the same: “Submit yourselves for the Lord’s sake to every human authority: whether to the emperor, as the supreme authority, or to governors, who are sent by him to punish those who do wrong and to commend those who do right. For it is God’s will that by doing good you should silence the ignorant talk of foolish people.”

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