a reply to: Sahabi
Beware the wolf in sheep's clothing.
Jesus as you rightly point out said "Go sell all you own and give it to the poor and come follow me", well he said that to a rich guy whom had never
know poverty (And whom he probably saved anyway since he liked the young guy), he also said "If you have two coat's and your brother has non give him
the one you are not wearing", "a rich man built a storehouse and piled up treasure for himself (bank account's and property) but died leaving no heir
- who then will profit from his treasure" (Taken from the parable of the rich fool which is about greed and storing up treasure in earth which is
useless) showing the futility of earthly wealth compared to eternal wealth with him.
He referred to himself as the son of Man having come as a man and after all man is created in God's images so the REAL MAN is actually God himself,
"Foxes have holes, and birds of the air have nests, but the Son of Man has nowhere to lay his head" so Jesus was essentially a homeless guy.
As you treat the least of these "The poor and the needy" so too do you treat me.
Yet hypocrites and false prophets like JHM are constantly attacking social justice and calling for the abolition of welfare system's that help the
most needy to survive, he is not a righteous and godly priest or pastor of Christ despite his huge congregation and his fiery rhetoric and likely he
will be confounded by a quite man whom will speak the real words of Christ to rebuke him but you see the world does not want to hear them, they want
to hear that it is OK to be ultra filthy stinking rich, for there pastors to be hypocrites who drive multi million dollar sports car's live in huge
mansion's and wear expensive tailored suit's paid for with there donation's.
Donation's - go sell all you own and give it to the poor.
After Constantine, give all you own to the princes of the church which is not the word of Christ, yes the church need's a little money but does it
need that much, should it not be obeying it's king and taking ALL of that wealth and helping the poor - i.e. giving to Christ in his need.
As a big sticking point the early christian church's were essentially communal group's, all wealth was shared and given out to each as they had need
but this was before it became corrupted and bishop's started to wear silk robes (Fancy suit's) and be called princes of the church.
All you need to know is that your Jesus is real and he WILL chastise and perhaps worse these false preachers in due course, there are many good
preachers out there, humble pastors and priests sworn to personal poverty whom have dedicated there lives to him and often have worked those lives
helping the poor.
Even JHM whom I criticized has a good side, he is patently wrong and twists the word of God but his heart is not utterly dark and he has done plenty
of good, far more than most of us in fact but that whole millionaire lifestyle thing put's him and his ilk in the Paid Servant category, they wont'
get a reward for there action's because they have been rewarded here on earth in the wealth they have paid themselves out of the Church's coffer's but
they are not damned because if they have saved a single soul to quote a Jewish saying then they have saved the whole world.
BUT how many soul's have this kind of man driven away from Christ?.
edit on 13-8-2017 by LABTECH767 because: (no reason given)