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Human Beings Lack True Authority -- New Writings from Alpha Publishing Explain.

ROYERSFORD, Pa., Dec. 7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Shocking as it may seem, did you know that basically human beings lack true authority? Richard Wetherill explains the Law of Right Action in a variety of free eBooks and essays available on

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Anybody now acting on the seeming authority of people should consider the following:

First, the true authorities on this earth are the created laws of nature. Those natural laws are inviolable and self-enforcing, and only when obeyed do they provide the right results.

Early in life, babies are protected by others from harm, regarding these natural laws. Toddlers unknowingly learn that they get bumped and bruised by losing their balance, as gravity exerts its authority. Older children also learn lessons from natural laws when their actions do not conform to natural-law authority.

Clearly this is how the creator's laws that people call Laws of Physics do govern everybody on earth.

However, decades ago Richard Wetherill identified a natural law of behavior. He named it the Law of Right Action -- a law that requires mankind's thoughts, words and actions be rational, honest and morally right to get successful results.

So as people unknowingly fail to obey the creator's behavioral law, their wrong results have been persistently causing their deaths.

Resolve to obey this natural Law of Right Action and "live ye" as the Creator promised the Old Testament prophet Ezekiel ages ago.

Visit for more information or for a free mailing write to: The Alpha Publishing House, P.O. Box 255, Royersford, PA 19468

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