Good Government Primer
Remembering the Wonderful Works of God
Many people of faith understand Biblical principles. But often we’re not familiar with Biblical ideas specifically applied to civil government: how government works for good if founded on Biblical principles, and our specific duties toward civil government.
These one-page “Biblical Principles of Good Government” sheets summarize Biblical truths related to government in a practical way that can be understood and applied immediately. They are designed for use in home groups, prayer groups, Bible studies, small groups, and in private school or home school government, civics, and history classes.
Can our Constitutional Republic and the freedom it gives us be sustained unless we understand and apply the basic principles that form its foundation (Ps. 11:3)? Studying and applying these basic Biblical ideas is essential to the preservation of liberty for posterity, including our freedom to share the Gospel. Remembering the wonderful works of God (Ps. 111:4) helps us to love God more AND to avoid being “counterfeited” with bad, un-Biblical ideas that erode liberty. To forget God and His ideas has significant consequences (Ps. 50:22).
Read these ideas to your family, children, grandchildren. If liberty is to be maintained,
then His people MUST know, teach, and actively advance them!
1. God’s Three Institutions
2. Thinking Governmentally – It’s Biblical
3. Our Biblical Duties Toward Civil Government
4. National Days of Prayer: An American Tradition
5. Liberty’s Three Biblical Ingredients (Evangelism is #1!)
6. America’s Judeo-Christian History
7. America’s Unique Biblical Foundation — Produces Liberty for All
8. Pastor Involvement – Key to Securing and Preserving Liberty
9. Biblical Principles for Leadership Selection
10. Engaging in the Spiritual and Cultural War – A 3-Step Biblical Approach
11. The American Covenant (The Mayflower Compact)
12. Liberty is a Four Letter Word (Know—Pray—Work—Give—Love)
13. Exploding the Myth of “Separation of Church and State”
14. America is a Constitutional Republic, Not a Democracy