The speaker at the October Muskogee Patriot Townhall meeting announced an event that might be of great interest to “We, The People” living in the greater Muskogee area. It is increasingly evident that we are at a critical juncture in the history of the United States. No longer is our struggle between political parties or races or liberal or conservative ideals but between liberty and tyranny. The “Give Me Liberty Tour” is a vision to see the church come to repentance and uphold the liberties and freedoms that our founding fathers represented.
Washington will not fix itself. As Washington grows in size, power, wealth, corruption, it is clear Washington is not the solution but a reflection of the problem. Spiritual warfare which needs to be fought successfully using spiritual warfare strategies which impact the political and legislative processes. The Tour is the only group that offers a real and plausible state sovereignty solution using the spiritual and political apparatus to execute “the plan” — a two-phase focus: A focus on “the Church” in Oklahoma to promote obedience to the mandate in 2 Chronicles 7:14, to educate the people about the proper role of government and the proper form of government that supports liberty.
Focus two: Intentions to advance legislation and candidates for state office who will carry the banner of restoring federalism. The Judeo-Christian Worldview in the foci and solution approach to liberty include speakers Paul Blair, Dan Fisher and Mark Kreslins.
Oklahoma is the linchpin to restoring liberty throughout the United States by propelling a great awakening and the political and spiritual changes that must follow. If you are interested in the planning of the tour or hosting the tour in your community or church, welcome aboard: Call (800) 846-7526 and talk with Art Ally or e-mail Paul Blair at firstname.lastname@example.org. The public is invited to attend the November Townhall, at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Muskogee Public Library, when guest speaker Amanda Teegarden makes her presentation about citizen involvement in the legislative process. For more information, call (918) 577-6352.