Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Credit Default, Idolatry & Obsession

What's On The Dollar?

What do you see on this one dollar bill? The number 13 and groups of 13 dominates it. Triangles and inverted pyramids are prevalent. The all seeing eye (aka: The Eye Of Horus or the Eye Of The Phoenix) of the Illuminati stands between the Latin words "Annuit" and "Coeptis" which means "Announcing Our Enterprise". That eye also sits above another Latin phrase "Novus Ordo Seclorum" which literally translates as "New Order World" or what we would understand to be "New World Order", right above the words "The Great Seal" Many theorists believe that this is a call to life without God or life where there is no need for God, especially the God of the bible. 


The Latin number MDCCLXXVI signifies the year 1776 when America gained it's independence. And the phrase "In God We Trust" stands in the middle and is said to not endorse or encourage religion nor does it stand for the God of the Bible or any religion. The Supreme Court has stated:
"It is quite obvious that the national motto and the slogan on coinage and currency 'In God We Trust' has nothing whatsoever to do with the establishment of religion. Its use is of patriotic or ceremonial character and bears no true resemblance to a governmental sponsorship of a religious exercise" ~ US 9th Circuit Court Of Appeals Aronow v US 1970
In Lynch v Donnelly 1984, the US Supreme Court stated the following regarding the phrase "In God We Trust" stating that the phrase was ineffective and had:
"lost through rote repetition any significant religious content"
So which god is actually being referred to on our currency?

Maybe it is the god that stands between the "One" and the "The" in the top left above the circle containing the eye. Or maybe the one who is bowing and reading what appears to be a book, in a similar position underneath the circle. Maybe it is the marching or crusading man, right underneath the circle by the word "Seclorum". He marches with 5 spheres or skulls trailing him, and toward a head and face in the decoration underneath his feet. It's funny how that face appears to be a rendition of Jesus. Not only are there more individuals peeking out from the letters "The United States" at the top and "One Dollar" at the bottom, but you will also find what appears to be a figure of a man crushed between "Of" and "America" at the top and at least 8 winged demons (4 on top and 4 on bottom) standing behind the same words peering out.

1 Timothy 6:10 ~ "For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows."

Or Is The Dollar On Us?

Facing it's greatest financial fear in history the United States is about to go broke for lack of this.  Very few can even come to agreement on how to handle it. a large percentage of the 50% of ALL marriages that dissolve contend that THIS, MONEY, had something to do with it.

Even in the streets, on the street corners, in the recording and movie studios this thing called MONEY calls the shots from East coast to West coast and all places in between.

People of all ages are dieing for this?
People of all social status are robbing for this?
People of all dispositions are killing for this?
Young Men and ladies are dying in our streets for this?
Drugs, alcohol and most evils are perpetuated due to this?
It can be good, but it can be so terribly evil?

Preachers are preaching and manipulating congregants for this?
Unimaginable schemes have been concocted to acquire more of this?
Untold sacrifices and tears have been made for some of this?
Debasing, immoral acts have been committed to obtain this?
Others are proud to say they have more of this than others?

But What Is It?

It is the food of devils and demons that seeks homage and not mere coexistence. It wants homage and worship and speaks to them that will only look and see. The word has already been delivered to us regarding it though:

Matthew 6:24 ~ "No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon."

When we give ourselves to it above all other things, what are we doing but dancing with demons? Could this always have been a precursor to the "Mark Of The Beast" that dances in our foreheads and is in our hands without which no man can buy or sell?

Do both you and I want more of it?

Unfortunately, yes we do. That is not the shame nor is it the problem. It is the world system in which we live and a process by which we communicate with all men.

However, the difference is, that those of us who are committed to Christ, are not willing to worship it, manipulate others to get it, hoard it, judge our value our worth by it, or claim that our blessings are measured by it and its standards. Neither are we willing to perform immoral and ungodly acts to obtain it. That makes all the difference in the world.

1 Peter 5:2 ~ "Feed the flock of God which is among you, taking the oversight thereof, not by constraint, but willingly; not for filthy lucre, but of a ready mind;"

If a person can really see this for what it is and for what it represents, one would readily tell their children to not DARE die or compromise themselves or their lives for it in any manner. Killing ourselves and performing all kinds of evil is exactly what THEY (the keepers of the order) want us to do for it and with it.

This is why the church will be judged. It has followed the same path as mammon without distinction. Lord help us as we open our eyes to the new reality that this world is really not our home and that we are truly strangers passing through.

Blessed!

14 comments:

  1. It seems as if the kingdom now type of folks walk around with an since of entitlement, that would cause them to think that certain so-called blessing are theirs for the asking, this being the mammon and status that this mark of distinction is blinding them thereby. They’ve chosen the god of this world being none other than mammon and their lack of discernment won’t allow them to see this!

    Self-denial & selflessness is the furthest thing from their collective minds, because they are jaded and deluded all at the same time. I imagine if they don’t change that at the end of their day they might be asked if they read the Book, and if so, why weren’t they able to comprehend?

    Heaping teachers upon themselves having itching ears now comes to mind.
    Money cometh to me now, comes to mind.
    Your best life now comes to mind.

    But what should come to mind?;
    Jos 24:15 And if it seem evil unto you to serve the LORD, choose you this day whom ye will serve; whether the gods which your fathers served that [were] on the other side of the flood, or the gods of the Amorites, in whose land ye dwell: but as for me and my house, we will serve the LORD.

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  2. One more thing:

    Can anyone see the Freemason/Islamic connection on the dollar? It is certainly an announcement and it doesn't hide the connection. This is hidden only towards those who will deny it without consideration.

    For a saint to lie, steal and minipulate for this, is idolatry. Plain and simple.

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  3. It's easy to fault people who'll do anything for money, but it's hard to live day in and day out being broke and never having enough. I know because i'm in that situation. Sometime I feel like I want to sell my soul to the devil if I could get rich and never worry about money again. It's no fun to be stressed to the point of almost physical illness over having no money.

    I know people say money can't buy happiness (though oddly enough rarely does anyone with money give all there's away and just keep enough to just scrape by day to day on) but I'm a first hand witness that being poor certainly doesn't bring happiness.

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  4. I see you have a picture of 50 Cent up. Anybody can say what they want about him but from what I gather he's worth about $250-400 million dollars. Thats a quarter billion at minimum and almost half a billion at most. Me, on the other hand, i can't even get a good steady job. I honestly think that if I had a choice to be born and i knew life would be like this, i'd probably would chose to stay wherever I was.

    As i type this, I have $7.78 in my pocket. All the money I own in the world. I see why people do any and everything for money, so they won't be like me.

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  5. FM,

    I'm not going to exchange the "lack of money scars' with you because at the end of the day, with $5.00 or .50 cents in my pocket, I'm better off than the wicked under ANY circumstance.

    Cetrtainly money answers all things. However, money is treacherous and illusive. No matter how much one has, one never has enough. It is an xtension of the lust of the flesh and lust, the bible says, when it is finished brings forth death...

    First of all, look at the whole concept of money. It's based on what someone "perceives" to be of value. That perception causes individuals to do certain things for it. What's valuable to you may not be worth a plug nickel to someone else. Ie: it's an illusion.

    Example, you mention .50's wealth. Let;s say that he is worth One Trillion Dollars...If China has their way, the world standard changes from USD to Chineese Yen. What is a trillion USD worth then??? Not much is it? Certainly not as much as it is now...What is this? It's an illusion. What's valuable under one circumstance is worthless under another.

    This is why our dependence MUST be on the Lord. As people of faith when are we going to use faith? When things are good and you can but whatever you want? Faith is not necessary for daily living then...What about the times when you have no resources? Isn't that the time when faith goes to work? Isn't that the time when HIS strength is revealed in and through our weakness????

    For you to say that you would consider selling your soul to the enemy for your temporal inconvenience is atrocious. You really don't know what you're saying...Seen the movie "The Devil's Advocate"? Some deals you don't know what they entail and the devil's deals are never revealed until it's too late.

    In the book called "Adam and Eve" which is a intertestimental pseudigraphic work, the writer tells a story about an event that happens when Adam and Eve are banished from the Garden. In this particular story, Adam farms for the first time and is weary and he and Eve go to sleep in a cave which they have been given.

    The devil in the process decides to kill Adam by burning the crops that he has harvested and leading him off with great promises of restoration.

    Adam wakes up to find that all of his crops are burning. He has worked harder than ever and has nothing to show for it. The devil then shows up as an angel of light and tells Adam that there is a better field in another place. He begins to follow the angel and follows for 8 days into a totally unfamiliar part of the earth and never gets to a good field or crop.

    Adam dies. The Lord brings him back to life and Adam begins to blame God for his distresses. The true servant of the Lord statesm "God did not tell you to leave the placve you were and hi did not tell you to follow the devil for 8 days."

    In other words the condition was not because God did something wrong. It was because Adam had a lack of discernment and his lack drove him to the devil. Only it was the same devil that was trying to kill him from the beginning.

    Can you see the point?

    You make a statement considering selling your soul to the same devil that is creating the lack and need in your life. Did God tell you to do that? Did God lead you to that conclusion? Or was it the events in life, fostered and inspired by the devil himself that drives you back to the same one who is abusing you and causing you to feel toward God as you do because of monetary lack and needs??? Does any of that even make sense?

    You're not unique my friend. This is how all too many of us approach suffering nowdays, especially when it pertains to money and lack thereof.

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  6. Maybe I don't know what im saying, but I live in misery everyday. I feel like my life is a prison. I do see your point though. I guess i'll figure something out.

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  7. @FM, I have been where you are. I must ask, are you a believer in Jesus Christ? If you are not, He is the only starting point. Without Him, misery is what people live in. (Been there)
    If you are a believer, I will point you to a portion of scripture that quickly moved me out of the money mind set. We do need money to live, it is a necessity-but money is not to be our God.
    Matthew 6:25-34 “Therefore I say to you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or what you will drink; nor about your body, what you will put on. Is not life more than food and the body more than clothing? 26 Look at the birds of the air, for they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns; yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not of more value than they? 27 Which of you by worrying can add one cubit to his stature?
    28 “So why do you worry about clothing? Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow: they neither toil nor spin; 29 and yet I say to you that even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these. 30 Now if God so clothes the grass of the field, which today is, and tomorrow is thrown into the oven, will He not much more clothe you, O you of little faith?
    31 “Therefore do not worry, saying, ‘What shall we eat?’ or ‘What shall we drink?’ or ‘What shall we wear?’ 32 For after all these things the Gentiles seek. For your heavenly Father knows that you need all these things. 33 But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you. 34 Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about its own things. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble.
    I would read this scripture 2 and 3 times a day, whenever I would worry about having money, getting money, and being jealous of those that had money. I also began to thank God for what I had, and to praise Him for meeting my needs. I know what it’s like to be so broke, that dust was in my wallet. And I also know what it’s like for God to provide for my household in the blink of an eye.
    I have not worried about money in a long time, because I serve the living God and trust in His Word. I’m a single parent, whose only child will be going to a private college next month!! Be encouraged and seek God through His Word, He will work out His plans for your life, for His faithful love endures forever (Psalm 138:8)~

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  8. Lady D,

    Thanks for ministering to FM and I encourage others to do the same.

    Finaicial difficulties are never sweet or something to look forward to, but GOd is GOd aside from financial concerns and he will sustain the believer. Yes, we look and say, how did we make it, but the same God that is GOd will bless us somehow.

    So many times I've looked and said, how will I make it through here and there...I have been confronted with challenges that indicated that things were over...but GOd gave me strength to bear it and then he stepped in and gave me a new hope.

    In this time of recession, it's only the pretenders that say that things haven't effected them. Even the ultra wealthy are effected by what is going on now. However, I believe that God has given each of us a certain ability to either create wealth or do something that will sustain us. Sometimes we have to look for it and find it and develop it, but I decided that I won't wait on a corporation to move me around and decide when and how much they wanted to pay me.

    God is a creator. Sometimes we have to allow him to create some opportunities through us that we wouldn't otherwise have or know.

    So my brother FM we stand with you my friend in prayer as diligently as we can. The effectual, fervant prayer of the righteous availeth much. GOd can but we must believe that he will. I believe he will for you too.

    Those of us who believe God, let's stand with FM in prayer for his monetary blessing, physical protection and health, emotional uplifting and spiritual blessing. I believe God will do it!

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  9. We have to keep in mind and proper scriptural context that some of the promises made to Israel were just for Israel at that time. That being said, looking at the financial blessings they received in accordance to His will are not necessarily for everyone. As in Romans 9, He will have mercy on who He choses. It is obvious that it is not His will for everyone to be financially wealth, spiritually yes, money no

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  10. He knows better of who can and will be able to handle financial wealth, being a godly steward of that blessing that we do. All saints are not capable of that ministry. That is why money is spoken of in the context that it is in scripture. It is very seductive and has and will cause many not to perservere to the end. That is why everyone will not be blessed with financial riches. He knows what is best for our souls in the long run. All blessings in accordance to His own will for us, and not our own desires

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  11. Anon 7/18/11,

    You said: "He knows better of who can and will be able to handle financial wealth, being a godly steward of that blessing that we do. All saints are not capable of that ministry"

    Now, I don't mean to be combative or argumentive in this commentary, so please bear along with my thoughts on the issue as I lay them out for further review and discussion.

    I used to believe somethign similar to what you said. It went like, "God can trust certain with certain blessings, therefore some will have and some will not"

    Either way, I don't believe either concept really outlines why some are blessed and others seem to struggle.

    For sure, not all will have the same type of blessing. So I agree with that as GOd has given severally as he will. However, even then, all with wealth are not wealthy because they are technically "able to handle it" The ability to handle blessing has nothing to do with wealth in many cases. Take Dupont, Kennedy, etc, these are names that if you're in teh family line wealth comes because of what has happend historically, not because of ability.

    On the other hand, some of the least materially wealthy folk know exactly what to do with some money if they get it. I mean I know countless business persons with a vision and a plan, however they are yet underfunded. Walt Disney comes to mind. He couldn't get a loan and was materially poor, but had an idea. It was an old life insurance policy that gave him the leverage that he needed to get going. Most modern IPO's are in teh same category. They need additional cash to fulfill their vision or make the company better and more profitable.

    Was Disney's life insurance policy ultimately a "gift from God"? In a sense yes. Was that good planning by family? For sure it was.

    The concept that material wealth comes to those who can handle it, or are better suited to deal with it, is more of a metaphysical concept than anything else. With that said, we must acknowledge that God is soveriegn and gives to every man according to his several ability. (Mt. 25:15) The question yet remains however; is that several ability to receive or is that several ability to distribute it?

    Is it that the ability to administrate material wealth is what God is concerned about and with from the beginning? If that is the case, why do so many that have wealth, distribute and use it contrary to the cause of Christ? I mean the most wealthy individuals in the world are non-Christians. We can readily look on the news and see wealthy drug addicts and idiots, yet they are materially wealthy. So what ability did they have that proved to God that they were "able to handle" wealth?

    So these are some questions that could be answered about finances and God in general and it is all linked to the problem of suffering in teh world which directly relates to the character of God. FO God is good and all powerful can't he stop our material suffering and if he doesn't does that make him immoral and unloving toward his creation?

    Either way, I think the issue can be resolved that men are either wealthy or poor because they have a sort of special ability to "handle it" in some way.

    Thank you and as I said this is not meant to be argumentive, but I think good discussion over the issue is in order.

    Blessed!

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  12. Or is the dollar us. Great insight. May I suggest a shorty book for the pastor? http://www.amazon.com/Question-Freemasonry-Founding-Fathers/dp/1932225374

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  13. Linked. Thank you pastor:

    http://religiopoliticaltalk.com/2011/07/preaching-the-gospel-to-ourselvesknowing-our-place-allows-for-greater-understanding-of-what-god-accomplished-on-our-behalf/

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  14. Thank Papa, that is quite an honor and I'm glad that you were blessed.

    True, OUR HEARTS are what must be free...a conspiracy can't hold us, but failure to repent will!

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