“Nobody warned of covetousness more than Christ.”
Did you hear about the two men that were walking by a large estate? One man asked the other, “I wonder what it cost him?”
The other man, in his spiritual understanding and wisdom, replied, “His soul.”
If Jesus is not warning against covetousness (Luke 12:15), then He is asking: “For what is a man profited, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul? or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul?” (Matthew 16:26)
Again I say unto you, It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God. -Matthew 19:24
Then, it is Paul telling us:
“For we brought nothing into this world, and it is certain we can carry nothing out.” -1 Timothy 6:7
It is said that some people are so poor that all they have is money.
Do these that adhere to riches (Matthew 6:24) not understand that “riches profit not in the day of wrath” (Proverbs 11:4)?
This brings me to the likes of Judas, who thought that he was going to betray the Son of Man with a kiss the way that politicians and hirelings in the Church are betraying Him today (Luke 22:48).
At least we see what it is that there hearts are attached to, no surprise here due to the fact that this is the same Church along with this administration that are advocating the murder of the innocent (Proverbs 6:17), sodomy (Leviticus 18:22) -marriage, school indoctrination (Hosea 4:6), Muslim infiltration (Deuteronomy 28:43) etc..
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Megachurches and other religious organizations with ties to vocal supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump were approved for millions of dollars in forgivable loans from a taxpayer-funded pandemic aid bailout, according to long-awaited government data released this week.
Among those approved for loans through the massive government relief program were a Dallas megachurch whose pastor has been an outspoken ally of the president; a Florida church tied to Trump spiritual adviser and “prosperity gospel” leader Paula White; and a Christian-focused nonprofit where Jay Sekulow, the lawyer who defended the president during his impeachment, is chief counsel.
Evangelical Christians played a key role in Trump’s victory in the 2016 presidential election and have remained a largely unwavering contingent of his base.
Vice President Mike Pence spoke at a rally last month at the First Baptist Church of Dallas, whose pastor, Robert Jeffress, has been on Trump’s evangelical advisory board. The church was approved for a $2-5 million loan, the data showed.
Launched on April 3, the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) allows small businesses, nonprofits and individuals hurt by the pandemic to apply for forgivable government-backed loans. Some say allowing religious institutions to qualify for loan forgiveness highlights a breakdown in the American tradition of a strict separation of church and state.
“The notion of separation of church and state is dead, and the PPP loan program is the evidence of that,” said Micah Schwartzman, a professor at the University of Virginia School of Law. “The money is going to fund core activities of many organizations, including religious organizations. That’s something we’ve not seen before.”
Like Judas, these hirelings (John 15:10), these baser sort appointed by the corrupt in government (1 Kings 13:33) along with the rest of those who tolerate these sellouts, will soon find that selling out the truth only leads to personal and national suicide.
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