From Grade 12 student's article of 2003.
QUOTE:"What held this system together was a network of personal relationships among the rulers and the governed. Political life was overwhelmingly local, since the vast majority of people lived in very small and traditional agricultural communities where their families had lived for generations and where the power base (the ownership of land and the religious authority) had not changed for centuries. The theoretical basis for this arrangement was twofold—the first was an appeal to traditions, "You should obey the state because that's what we've always done around here." The second was an appeal to religion—the hierarchical structure of the state was part of the natural order ordained by God (which manifested itself in the organization of the entire universe)—who had arranged things in this way so that the wiser and better people governed the less capable: "You should obey the state because that's God's will." In such a system, justice and freedom in the state depended upon virtue in the rulers—because they were more virtuous than others, they knew best how to use power for the right purposes. And so in the centuries before the challenges to the Old Order began, the central issue in a great deal of political writing was this: How do we encourage virtue in the rulers? For if we have that, then justice and freedom are more secure."
Do we have a similar God's will in this day and age? The question is simply put. Are the people going to follow the status quo? It is the very BEING of God that is put into question again and again, not His Nature. And that thought of that very BEING makes the Nature alter from what it was thought for our reading then and there. We find in the READING of God that he occupies the essential State for rationalist structure and how "do we encourage virtue in the rulers? For if we have that, then justice and freedom are more secure."
The attack of the enemies of such encouragement demands that we re-regard our God's nature, but the more virtue is not changed for forms of hypocrisy and improved awareness of the reason that "God doesn't work" to judgement of BEING RULED context for the nature in the structure of the State, the more our God deviates from each others' Consciousness.
Maybe God's Nature is at the very nature of our Consciousness. We instead obey ourselves in Religious thinking; we will find that the rulers are not listening. They truly listen when God has a fatalistic Nature. I think.