Laws and Orders
All forms of governments have laws to establish some sort of order. Some form of disipline is aserted from above to those below. In the kingdom of God the one who is above is the creator of all. The Ruling Judge or God of the kingdom works through the hearts and minds of every man. Eveery man
has rights because he exercise personal responsibility for themselves and their families and to the neighbor by a communion of faith, hope, and charity under the precepts of the perfect law of liberty.
They maintain their rights because they exercise their responsibilities. The Church is composed of a brotherhood of ministers who come together as extended families giving up some rights so that others may be free. This is the spirit of Christ, the Holy Spirit of God.
If the ministers of your government and of your Church do not have that Spirit then liberty under God will die.
Bound by the Directives of our Lord
Christ called out and appointed ministers of a kingdom to feed His Sheep in Spirit and in Truth. Their spiritual life and their temporal state are linked in the life and blood of Christ. Ministers of His Church, as titular leaders, appointed by Christ to serve, we are bound by His laws to exercise piety concerning all things written in our hearts and minds by the Father, and prohibited from exercising authority1 in the service of Christ, one over another in brotherhood, or the people in free associations.2 As Ambassadors we may not bind the people under any authority, nor diminish the people's rights nor deliver them into any bondage like that of Egypt.3 The ministers and members of the Church are bound by the Law of God, justice and mercy, charity and love as it was in the beginning, is now and shall ever after be. 
From The Laws of God
I. We shall have no other ruling judges in the place of God, the Creator of Heaven and Earth.
II. We shall not institute systems as a substitute for the ruling of our hearts and minds by God.
III. We shall not go under the authority of another name, but remain the LORD's..
IV. We shall strive to labor before we enter our rest living by faith, hope, and charity..
V. We shall honor our Father by returning everyman to his natural family and possessions.
VI. We shall not take by force nor cunning any proper part of another Man’s life or liberty.
VII. We shall strive to not violate or defile our body or any part of the body of Christ.
VIII. We must not take by force or deception the use or benefit of anything that belongs to another.
IX. We must always bear witness to the truth, never doing harm by any falsehood or deception.
X. We shall not desire the rights or dominion over that which within any other man’s family.