What It Means To Be A Redneck


And he shall turn the heart of the fathers to the children and the heart of the children to their fathers. Malachi 4:6

The word redneck is honorable when you learn its origin in our history. Who were the first rednecks? In the 1600s the men of England Ireland and Scotland were reaching their threshold of disgust with the sinful tyrannical government led by a Vatican. As this commandment breaking monarchy tightened the noose around their necks, these brave peasants longed for the freedom Christ had given them – to be sovereign kings of their lives and household.

These God- fearing men from the hills understood the evil was beyond their human ability to fight, so they cried out to the Almighty and together created a National Covenant, declaring that the laws of God, not man, should rule their lives. They signed their names in their own blood and wrapped red strips of cloth – like the American banner – around their necks. These men were the original Rednecks – and they were victorious because the Almighty fought for them.

These Redneck freedom fighters and their families migrated to America. Today they are remembered as the Billy Boys, the Hillbillies and the Covenanters. They formed the Southern Bible Belt and brought their blue grass music with them.

Think about where your family came from . . . are you a Redneck?

A Redneck freedom fighter knows it’s time to petition the Almighty to fight for us, so we can establish his commandments once again.

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Yep, you’re a Redneck now!