Is God after your money?

Rich Young Ruler

“Christ and the Rich Young Ruler” by Heinrich Hofmann

Note: If you are in a really big hurry, just read the “lesson” section. 

When I was a young blue-pilled churchian I remember hearing the following lyrics from the song ‘Bullet The Blue Sky’ sung by U2’s Bono, regarding televangelists:

And I can’t tell the difference between ABC News,
Hill Street Blues, and a preacher on the Old Time Gospel Hour
Stealing money from the sick and the old.
Well, the God I believe in isn’t short of cash, mister!

I remember at that time thinking Bono was right that God wasn’t short of cash, but resenting that he had said so.  For I feared that if word got out people would stop being guilted into supporting all the money-hungry churchian institutions, which at that point I naïvely believed were somehow a feature of us collectively living out Christianity, as though Christians collectively financed the working of God.  Reminiscent of the old Catholic jingle:

“As soon as the coin in the coffer rings, another soul from purgatory springs!”

The story of Jesus and the rich young ruler is found in Matthew 19:16-26, Mark 10:17-27, and Luke 18:18-27.   In it the young and successful man asks Jesus, “what shall I do to inherit eternal life?” and Jesus basically tells him to be perfect he must obey all the laws, which the young man claimed he always had, and then Jesus added, “If thou wilt be perfect, sell all that thou hast, and distribute unto the poor, and thou shalt have treasure in heaven: and come, follow me.”  Basically Jesus asked the man to give up absolutely everything of himself including his very influential job and to become a homeless follower of Him.  Jesus didn’t say that to everyone, but it is recorded for us in three Gospels as an example that nobody meets God’s righteous standards, not even a devout young leader of the traditionally theocratic Jewish nation who recognized that Jesus taught the truth.  

Romans 3:23 For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God.

This was just like in Matthew chapter 5 when Jesus earlier told people that they would need to pluck out their eyes and cut off their hands to prevent themselves from sinning lest “that thy whole body should be cast into hell.”  None of Jesus disciples took that as a literal command and maimed themselves.  Jesus was just pointing out, in that case, that lust and hate were already in everyone’s hearts, and trying to make them realize that, even if outwardly they seemed blameless in relation to the law, inwardly they were still going to need a sacrificial savior.  Because our nature is to sin, and we cannot be made holy through our own willpower.

I believe Jesus was illustrating that we all can’t even keep the first commandment.  

The first commandment is: Exodus 20:3 Thou shalt have no other gods before me.

Eve the defiler put her own self-advancement before obedience to God, just like Satan had also previously done.  Satan deceived Eve into thinking her disobedience would allow her to be like God, just like Satan had once tried to usurp and be like the Most High God.  Adam then obeyed Eve’s request above God’s command.  We all have things we put before total devotion to God every day, and those things that take God’s place in our life are “other gods”.  I mean you still have stuff, right?  You didn’t give all your stuff to the poor and aren’t reading this on a computer at the public library before you go out to witness for God and beg for bread crusts, am I right?  Because if you’ve still got stuff, then Jesus said you’re not yet perfect. (to the rich young ruler)

No doubt the rich young ruler already tithed 10%.  Tithing paid for the Levites and temple guards that provided a justice system and enforced law and order in the Old Testament theocracy that God had prescribed.  Tithing was the Jewish taxation system that funded their national governance before they demanded to have kings.  Then the kings also made demands of them separate from their 10% tithe. However, notice that Jesus told the man to go and distribute his wealth to the poor, He did not ask the rich man to give it to Him, or to the temple or synagogue.  

That is contrary to many of today’s churchians who twist a single verse about Jewish tithing from the Old Testament and morph it into a self-serving doctrine called “storehouse giving”, whereby their dupes are required to give all of their charitable giving through, “the storehouse”, referring, of course, to that pastor’s church.   And as they say, “funds are fungible”. 

All of that has just laid a backdrop for the Biblical insight regarding money that I now want to explain to you:

~ Beginning of lesson ~

Matthew 22:15(NET)  Then the Pharisees went out and planned together to entrap Him with His own words.  16 They sent to Him their disciples along with the Herodians, saying, “Teacher, we know that You are truthful, and teach the way of God in accordance with the truth.  You do not court anyone’s favor because You show no partiality.  17 Tell us then, what do You think? Is it right to pay taxes to Caesar or not?”  18 But Jesus realized their evil intentions and said, “Hypocrites! Why are you testing Me?  19 Show Me the coin used for the tax.”  So they brought Him a denarius.  20 Jesus said to them, “Whose image is this, and whose inscription?”  21 They replied, “Caesar’s.” He said to them, “Then give to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s.”  22 Now when they heard this they were stunned, and they left Him and went away.

I think Jesus’ testing by two groups of Jewish men, the Pharisees and Herodians,(who believed Herod was the messiah) over paying Rome a tribute coin had more significance than we today usually realize.  I believe Jesus was reminding those “Romanized” Jewish men that their overriding primary duty was in fact to their Creator, not Caesar.  The tribute coin bore Caesar’s image and was circumscribed to him. The circumscription at the time of Jesus stated “Tiberius, son of the Divine Augustus”.  As shown below:

Emperor Tiberius Denarius - Tribute Penny

So the coin was stated to bear the image of the son of a god.  Jesus taught that it was OK to give Caesar the tribute coin (worth one day’s wages) that was made in Caesar’s image and was circumscribed to him. And I believe the reason that they marveled at his answer was because those Jewish men who studied and debated the Torah remembered how they were proud to claim to be both formed in God’s own image and to be circumcised or circumscribed as a signet in their flesh that their very beings were forever wholly devoted to God.

Genesis 17:10 This is my covenant, which ye shall keep, between me and you and thy seed after thee; Every man child among you shall be circumcised. 11 And ye shall circumcise the flesh of your foreskin; and it shall be a token of the covenant betwixt me and you. … 13 He that is born in thy house, and he that is bought with thy money, must needs be circumcised: and my covenant shall be in your flesh for an everlasting covenant.

We who are redeemed have all been bought with a price, bought into Christ at the cost of his flesh and blood.  However, since God made women for men and gave them to men, who are God’s image and glory while woman are only the glory of the man,(1 Corinthians 11:7) God doesn’t want women circumcised as His possession.  Men were intentionally created for God’s good pleasure and are His direct possession, whereas women were specifically designed and given to be the cherished possessions of men.  You can’t circumcise a woman into the covenant between God and Jewish men, and any vain attempt to do so is just female genital mutilation.  Women were made by God for men, and given to men, to be men’s cherished possession. 

Jesus reminded those Jewish men that their lives and bodies were doubly God’s possession, both created in His image, as all men are, and in particular they as Jews were circumcised signifying that they were God’s chosen possession and an eternal posterity of God’s.  The Pharisees and Herodians had come to lay a trap concerning whether or not Jesus, an unschooled religious teacher, would honor Rome’s demand of tribute over God’s chosen people.  But instead they got stunned as Jesus countered by showing how their very lives into eternity were already claimed and owed as an infinitely greater tribute to God Most High, in the exact same way that the little coins which Caesar had made in his own image and inscribed to himself, were meant to be paid back to him.  The returning of Caesar’s coins not only did not violate God’s duly established claim over the Jews, but as Jesus revealed Caesar’s coins were in fact a token replication of God’s exact ownership signets on all Jewish men who bore both God’s image, and God’s inscription.(circumcision)  

If Jesus had only meant for them to similarly pay off both God and Caesar each with a portion of money, like most hirelings claim, the Jews would certainly not have been left marveling at that compromise that would have blasphemously portrayed Caesar and God the Father as relative equals.

It disgusts me that greedy pastors falsely teach that Jesus was trying to show us, in that passage, just to hand over some of our money to pay off their church.  It is clear that the Pharisees and Herodians would not have been left marveling if Jesus had just been understood by them to be telling them to pay Roman taxes while also shilling for the temple fund-raiser.  The Pharisees were likely wanting to condemn Jesus for blasphemy against God (a capital crime) if he said to pay tribute to the Roman god-Emperor, since they could privately, in their gentile-free temple courtroom, claim that Jewish tithes were due to Jehovah alone.  While the Herodians would have also been there to turn Jesus over to Rome for sedition (a capital crime) if He had said not to pay Rome the tribute.  Jesus corrected them that as self-professed sons of God their Father owned them outright.  And without saying anything seditious Jesus made it clear that there was no comparison between them owing the true God everything, while returning the self-proclaimed “god” in Rome his mere pittance.   There is a great and glorious truth in there to be marveled at, for those with ears to hear, who aren’t too focused on money to see the image of God, and the covenant of circumcision, and men’s required duty, divinely illustrated by Jesus through the coin.

~ End of lesson ~

Bonus rant:

But what about the churchian’s money?

Early church father, Tertullian, said: “Nothing that is God’s is obtainable by money.”

Most hirelings will spend a lot of time and money attending seminary to learn how to preach the same lies and excuses in conformity with all the other preachers that lead our nation further into depravity.  Like Simon the sorcerer they sought to buy the calling and gifts of God.  And they bought a diploma, though they are still too cowardly to even face down this world’s Feminist influence and subject a woman to church discipline as Jesus tells churches to perform.  Instead their purchased “training” seemingly only teaches them to make excuses and blame-shift on behalf of women.

It is evident that they get fully trained to tell all the same old foolish hireling lies about how you can slowly boil frogs without them trying to jump out when the water gets too hot.  Am I the only one who went home and tried it?  Frogs are amphibious, when cold-blooded frogs warm up they get far more active, and the moment they feel it getting too warm, they jump out.  It turns out that even with their tiny frog brains, God made them wiser than hirelings who blindly plagiarize other pastors sermon illustrations, because God’s Spirit doesn’t reveal to them truth to teach, so they wind up trying to be religious entertainers.  Their “messages” sometimes remind me of political talk shows where the host has 2 minutes of new material and a two hour show to fill.

“God doesn’t want to take your money. He just doesn’t want your money to take you.” ~ Andy Stanley

I recall the New Testament telling of churches taking up a collections for other churches.   That sure doesn’t sound like today’s churches. 

While the churches have gone moneygrubbing and many are in permanent fund raising mode, I do think it is good for us to give when we can, but certainly not to them, since they are apostate.  That would be ungodly stewardship to hand off an offering meant to please God to false teachers, who are the firstborn of Satan.  God spoke of sharing with the needy, and of giving those gifts to them in the name of Jesus.  Jesus also praised a widow who, in faith, gave all that she had to the Jewish temple.  I would recommend that you only give as you are led by faith to give, and when you can do so in a way that seems right.  Because God loves cheerful givers, not perturbed givers who finally give in to some greedy pastor’s browbeating or tear jerking spiel.  If you don’t give your alms in the right way you’ll lose your reward anyway.  So I personally wouldn’t bother giving anything until you are prepared to give it wisely and to do it properly.

Matthew 6:1  Take heed that ye do not your alms before men, to be seen of them: otherwise ye have no reward of your Father which is in heaven.  2 Therefore when thou doest thine alms, do not sound a trumpet before thee, as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and in the streets, that they may have glory of men. Verily I say unto you, They have their reward.  3 But when thou doest alms, let not thy left hand know what thy right hand doeth:  4 That thine alms may be in secret: and thy Father which seeth in secret himself shall reward thee openly.

The less fortunate will often need money, but God is never in need and accepts no bribes.  God looks upon our hearts.  Is there generosity and love in your heart?  Not if you can’t share your blessings when you are blessed, even though you’d still prefer to have more.  There’s no fooling God.  If you aren’t happy sharing your blessings, you’ll need to begin trying and practicing until you can be.  

Epistle of “Mathetes” to Diognetus from Chapter 10 … How will you love Him who has first so loved you? And if you love Him, you will be an imitator of His kindness. And do not wonder that a man may become an imitator of God. He can, if he is willing. For it is not by ruling over his neighbors, or by seeking to hold the supremacy over those that are weaker, or by being rich, and showing violence towards those that are inferior, that happiness is found; nor can any one by these things become an imitator of God. But these things do not at all constitute His majesty. On the contrary he who takes upon himself the burden of his neighbor; he who, in whatsoever respect he may be superior, is ready to benefit another who is deficient; he who, whatsoever things he has received from God, by distributing these to the needy, becomes a god to those who receive [his benefits]: he is an imitator of God.

15 thoughts on “Is God after your money?

  1. To state it simply, I would be a cheerful giver to any church body that actually acted like a church as described in the New Testament. I think it’s safe to say that almost none of these exist in the West today, certainly not in the U.S.A.,, at least not in corporate form. What people today call “churches” are non-profit corporations that perform religious rituals for select customers. In fact, they function in practice more like “fan clubs” for some superhero of a past era whose fan base is growing more and more lukewarm and disenchanged with each passing generation in which he doesn’t return to perform some superhero feat to re-energize his followers/fan base. That’s certainly not an organization anyone would get exited about supporting, which is probably why most churchian CEOs resort to a combination of shaming from the pulpit and bribery (“remember, brothers and sisters, your tithes are tax deductable”).

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  2. I need to remind everybody the secret of long-time christian redpillers like myself for instance!

    THESE verses will explain all:Matthew 5:10-12:10”Blessed are those who are persecuted because of righteousness,

    for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.

    11Blessed are you when people insult you, persecute you, and falsely say all kinds of evil against you because of Me. 12Rejoice and be glad, because great is your reward in heaven; for in the same way they persecuted the prophets before you”.

    We who have survived for years in this life&the RPsphere have lived this, but can you is the real question,right?You shall lose so-called friends,family&”good” people support is that acceptable to you&are you ready to be a outcast for christ!?

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  3. I just rememembered some more old school preaching from a long.. long time ago!!

    ”Why does churchians Dictate that “Christian Men Need to MANUP&or Game” instead of teaching that “Christian Women need Christianity and the Law of Moses which Christ Came To Fulfill?”

    Why do churchian commies with their loyal flock of Frankfartians want to rebuild the church around serving women’s butt and gina lolzlolz instead of serving Jesus and Moses?

    One thing that really gets churchian commies off is all of their loyal flock of frankfartian supporters who always preach falsely that Jesus came to abolish the Law of Moses so as so sanctify all the churchian butthztext and fornananiciatioz lolzlolz and churchian commie Game.”

    THAT was from a earlier, manlier manosphere that is not to be spoken of today, lest the churchians get offendedth by THE EXTALTED WORDS OF MOSES&JESUS!!

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  4. SHARKLY,THIS linked site talks about gift ideas for christian wives! It reminds me of the BEST gift you can give your wife is for her to know true christianity as preached by JESUS!
    Which brings me to THIS pearl of wisdom from 7+ years ago from a unknown bibical patriarchist that trusted not in man-made institutions but THE EXALTED WORDS OF MOSES&JESUS!

    ”Instead churchians bans and banished THE EXALTED WORDS OF THE CHRIST&MOSES and da GBFM too.

    So we ask again, “Why does churchians Dictate that “Christian Men Need to manup&or Game” instead of teaching that “Christian Women need Christianity and the Law of Moses which Christ Came To Fulfill?”

    True Christian Women do Not Need to be Gamed:Churchians Christianity is not the Christianity of Jesus Christ
    A true Christian woman does not need to be gamed. A true Christian woman follows the Law of Moses which Jesus came not to abolish but to fulfill:

    16 Unto the woman he said , I will greatly multiply thy sorrow and thy conception; in sorrow thou shalt bringforth children; and thy desire shall be to thy husband, and he shall rule over thee. -Genesis

    Indeed women no longer follow God, Jesus, and Moses, but their butt and gina tinglez. And the hilarious thing is that rather than trying to resurrect the Christian Soul in the churches, schools, universities, and family court system and reform women, the “Christian men” such as churchians suggest that we all become slave to butt and gina tingelzozozizlzo and learn how to serve them first and foremost, over the teachings of Christ and Moses, as serving butt and gina tinzgzzlzlozolzoz over Christ and Moses is the heart and soul of churchian commie game.”

    Truier words am I right!?
    If there was afew thousand more like him what could the manosphere accomplish,right!?

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  5. professorGBFM™2021,
    You’ll be happy to read my upcoming post, that will relate to Jesus Christ and the law. You’re prepping folks for the message. Commenters including burnstaicho, ikr, and ray, have also given strong defenses for the application of God’s universal laws for all of humankind. I was going to write the post this last weekend, but since it got delayed, I have even thought of a new analogy to present, that may help folks to better recognize Satan’s subterfuge in giving churchians a doctrine of lawlessness.

    The above post got written the prior weekend while I was a bit sleep deprived, so, in case I didn’t get the point across to everybody. God wants our whole being, our whole life devoted to Him. Your money is a comparatively smaller thing to God. For many folks it can be a token of their devotion, but it certainly isn’t to be the largest component of your devotion to God. No matter how much you give, you can’t pay off God. If a “church” is too focused on lightening your wallet, they have ulterior earthly motives. “Tithing” is an Old Testament Jewish requirement that does not directly apply to us today in the way it was applied to Jewish society back then. Last time I checked the church wasn’t providing us our security and justice system, I can’t even get them to agree to simple church discipline for my frivolously divorcing wife, which requires no spending at all. Instead they participated in stealing my sons. They owe me!
    As redeemed children of God, we have positive reasons to give to those in authentic need from what we have been blessed with, but we are under no compulsion to turn out our pockets for hirelings and the apostate earthly fiefdoms they are building. Jesus used the tribute coin to teach the Jewish men that they owed God a debt so much greater than what they owed to Caesar that they never would be able to fully pay it as it requires our entire life to be spent as God’s bondservant, and even then we are still saved by God’s grace, as a gift in return for our faith, which we show by obeying God’s universal laws and by not being ashamed of His words in our whoring generation.

    The “widow’s mite” was an act of faith because she gave all she had. Today if we gave all we had, we’d get another paycheck next week, or get unemployment a couple weeks later, or get welfare, or food stamps, or go to a rescue mission, we’ve got safety nets for our safety nets, their are no debtor’s prisons.(except to make examples of men who can’t pay divorce support) Few of our neighbors are constantly hungry or without clothes. Today we primarily exercise our faith in God and love for our neighbors by turning ourselves and then others to righteousness, through being unashamed to share God’s words, no matter how hated they become.

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  6. “Your money is a comparatively smaller thing to God. For many folks it can be a token of their devotion, but it certainly isn’t to be the largest component of your devotion to God.”

    Sharkly – Unless I miss my guess, my own heart, a few decades of experience and the Bible, money is very important to God. Not because he needs Scrooge McDuck’s money vault to build His church, but because the human heart is so inextricably linked to money, how we view money and how we relate to God. Why tithing is still relevant today is due to this relationship of money and heart. I was an elder at a churchian type church (they just made a lady a campus pastor and tied themselves in knots justifying it) years ago during my deep blue pill days, saw the inner workings which didn’t sit right even with blue pill me and decided to move my family to another church. What we saw with giving there was that only a small percentage tithed or even gave regularly. Human nature being what it is, this should be true all across the west.

    If you want to see a person’s faith lived out start by following the money. Do they really trust in God’s provision. Do they love money more than obedience. Do they think the money is theirs and they are giving it to God, or do they properly recognize that all blessings and sustenance, even life itself (Matt 10 if He has your hairs numbered and none fall out you head outside of His will surely every heartbeat is His too) such that they give joyfully? Such a seemingly insignificant thing, yet the Bible has loads to say on it because of how our hearts deal with it.

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  7. Heres more on spiritual tithing& prosperity,instead of earthly tithing& prosperity!
    Matthew 5:12:”Rejoice, and be exceeding glad: for great is your reward in heaven: for so persecuted they the prophets which were before you”.

    Even more on heavenly tithing&prosperity!

    Acts 3:
    ”A Lame Man Walks

    1One afternoon Peter and John were going up to the temple at the hour of prayer, the ninth hour.a 2And a man who was lame from birth was being carried to the temple gate called Beautiful, where he was put every day to beg from those entering the temple courts.b 3When he saw Peter and John about to enter, he asked them for money.

    4Peter looked directly at him, as did John. “Look at us!” said Peter. 5So the man gave them his attention, expecting to receive something from them. 6But Peter said, “Silver or gold I do not have, but what I have I give you: In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, get up and walk!c”

    7Taking him by the right hand, Peter helped him up, and at once the man’s feet and ankles were made strong. 8He sprang to his feet and began to walk. Then he went with them into the temple courts, walking and leaping and praising God.

    9When all the people saw him walking and praising God, 10they recognized him as the man who used to sit begging at the Beautiful Gate of the temple, and they were filled with wonder and amazement at what had happened to him.”

    NOTICE that peter&john did’nt tell him to MANUP nor GAME adulterous gina’s&butts?
    They told him&others to beleive in JESUS&not trust in money or earthly things!
    THIS is why we who have preach JESUS for numerous years&have been banned for doing so are persecuted to the ends of the earth to THIS very hour&day!

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  8. I have more on the mammonized,materialistic western man-made institutionz with the churchianz-feminaziz-mammonz complex help for all dagood people out there!

    ”Regarding marriage, Jesus taught, “What god has joined together, let not man put assunder.”

    Moses taught, “Thou shalt not commit adultery.”

    Churchianz lostaz cockasz teaches, “What god has joined together, let not man put assunder, unless the man doesn’t earn enough mammmon to provide incnenetievs to keep da pusysysysysyysyssyuszzllzozozozo,” and “Thou shalt not commit adultery, unless the man doesn’t earn enough mammmon to provide incnenetievs to keep da pusysysysysyysyssyuszzllzozozozo.”

    Churchians are again stating that the Judeo -Christian Heritage applies to one in proportion to the money they make, as measured by churchianz and the central planning maruicsianzzzzo Marxists like the frankfartianz.

    churchianz love to write,

    Even to the extent that managers prefer fathers over childless men, the reason is that they know the father is much more motivated. Everyone understands this when talking to a young man who wants to someday have a family. Everyone knows the young man had better work hard if he wants to be able to support a family.”

    WHY have most MEN given up on the frankfartianz -FEMINAZISMZ-CHURCHIANZ marriage complex!?

    Anybody want to anwser THAT question with proper formating&spelling&without rambling about game,evo-psych& men not manningup!?
    BUT I think THIS enough from THE TRUE REDPILL preaching from myself for now, until the next post!
    ”Good” people tell me about rulez,ethicz&christianity while ignoring MOSES&JESUS’S teachings&threaten to delete&edit the word of god that I have preached to the lost little lambs, for all these years too!?
    I’m not the materialistic frankfartian churchian,but whomever seeks to ban the word of god&the preaching of it is!

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  9. Professor,

    I’ll take a shot at a simple explanation to the following:

    WHY have most MEN given up on the frankfartianz -FEMINAZISMZ-CHURCHIANZ marriage complex!?

    Anybody want to anwser THAT question with proper formating&spelling&without rambling about game,evo-psych& men not manningup!?

    Here is the simple answer “without rambling about game,evo-psych& men not manningup”: property rights. If a man is going to sacrifice his life, and putting his body and/or mind through work, first to build up enough to get a wife then to keep going to support his family, is certainly sacrificial, then he better have the right to manage his property as he sees fit and reap the rewards of that management It once was that he had that authority and that civil authorities recognized this. The past arrangement is no more and so a man may sacrifice his life, but it is for the improvement of a property that he does not own. Why would a man sacrifice when he bears the risk and the rewards can be removed from him on the whim of someone who is effectively the oldest teenager in the room? So there it is. Property rights are the answer and the erosion of the property rights of husbands is highly likely to correlate to men’s hesitancy to “man up” and marry. This is especially true if you are one of the men who is blessed to have access to the property of another without having to bear the cost of enjoying said property.

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  10. Properity rights!?
    I have preached that for years,as most ”redpillers” ignored it as western civilization continued to collapse while talking about negs,rooster-hats&NAWALT!
    I know that they will continue to ignore it in their quest for worldly wisdom too!All the correct complex terms that drove most men away from the manosphere!
    This was on a post at jacks last month I think!:

    ”Jesus came to Fulfill the Law of Moses”

    and Genesis: 3:
    “And the LORD God said unto the woman, What is this that thou hast done? And the woman said, The serpent beguiled me, and I did eat. 14: And the LORD God said unto the serpent, Because thou hast done this, thou art cursed above all cattle, and above every beast of the field; upon thy belly shalt thou go, and dust shalt thou eat all the days of thy life: 15: And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel. 16: Unto the woman he said, I will greatly multiply thy sorrow and thy conception; in sorrow thou shalt bring forth children; and thy desire shall be to thy husband, and he shall rule over you.

    And so you see that the feminist movement was a massive transfer of property. Women naturally vote for all “Alpha fux beta bux” platforms, and thus they naturally vote for the welfare state. The problem with this, Great Men, noted is that women oft lust after men incapable of exalting civilization. And thus a woman’s liberated sex drive, coupled with the right to vote, will lead us all to living in huts, as Europe is demonstrating. The central planner parasites never care about this, as they are all about short-term profits, cashing out on the decline, and then moving on to the next exalted civilization, until there are none left.

    Thousands of years ago, our forefathers noted that a man had to actively keep a woman from going off with the serpent (Lots of lustza lostza cockaz!), so that the patriarchal family structure–the only family structure–might be exalted. And our forefathers gave each-other, and us, these Natural Rights. As the Great Books and Church took care of Civilization and the Family, men were then free to create things such as science, philosophy, symphonies, and countless other inventions & innovations!”

    Notice where its uncensored HERE as elsewhere the truth has to be censored for the masses in the so-called redpilled christian-manosphere!? NOW if only the christian-manosphere would actualy live the words of MOSES&JESUS instead of coming up with more man-made traditions of unheroic men!
    Thats what the main problem is thinking men can become something their not by worldy wisdom!That can’t help like divine wisdom can!

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  11. I will continue with the theme of property rights. Economist Walter Williams once said, when filling in for Rush one day, that all crimes are property crimes. It took me a second grasp, because this was in my very deep blue pill days, but he’s right and it comes from the fact that men own themselves. Murder, battery, assault are all crimes against a man’s property. The same goes with sexual assault, except that in Biblical terms it is the father’s or husband’s rights of headship that have been violated, the father because he now has to give away used goods and in a husband’s case it’s just obvious.

    So we see, that by connecting the dots between property rights and the patriarchal family, we get a very good working model for how civilization is built. Protect the property rights of the individual, allowing the owners to prosper from their effort. The founding fathers knew this, because they were quite well read on GBFM, and designed a system that best preserved the property rights of man. (Even in the US we can see the divergence of prosperity due to not recognizing property rights of men. Slavery retarded the South’s economic progress immensely to the point where it was the poor backwoods region of the original 13 colonies.) The result is the greatest prosperity in history and it’s undoing at the hand of feminism will be due to the erosion of property rights. The fact that the US has not fully collapsed yet is a testament to how great a system the founders built.

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  12. Just a quick point, on the property crimes concept. The Bible teaches that men or people, depending on your translation, are God’s property and we are just stewards of our own bodies:
    1 Corinthians 6:18(NASB) Flee sexual immorality. Every other sin that a person(“man” in the KJV) commits is outside the body, but the sexually immoral person sins against his own body. 19 Or do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit within you, whom you have from God, and that you are not your own? 20 For you have been bought for a price: therefore glorify God in your body.

    I need to study all that some more. Women are given to men, perhaps like Rush Limbaugh’s talent was, “on loan from God”. God ultimately own’s all things, and yet things are given to men to have and to hold. This is quite a thought provoking concept.

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  13. Good point Sharkly. All physical possessions are God’s as well, with us being stewards of those. While those points are true, we need to have a means of addressing the injuring party and the injured party, which is one of the reasons the bible gives us earthly remedies for crimes against both people and the possessions God has blessed people with. Ultimately, all things are God’s since He created it all, and all crime is sin against God. So we could think about what I wrote (all crimes are property crimes) and instead of ownership we could replace the concept of being deprived of those blessings God gave us stewardship over, namely, our own person and our possessions. The logic remains even with changing ownership with stewardship. I think it that most people are going to be able to conceptualize ownership easier than stewardship as the concept that their car is really God’s might be a bit too abstract for many as true as it is.

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  14. I just now remember what else this post reminds me about the ”pearl of great price” as told by 700 club’s wendy griffith!:
    ”Pearl of Great Price

    Ladies, the Lord wants you to know that you are a pearl of great price, a treasure worth pursuing and protecting. You are worth fighting for and, like the pearl in the parable at the head of this chapter, worth everything it might cost a guy to obtain you. You are worth someone sacrificing his time, his routine, his comfort, his money, his whatever in order to have you. You are worth it! You are a prize to be won”.

    THAT plus this explains alot about todays world&life!: HERES the original from 03/11/05
    ”Do Women sin?

    It’s happened to me three times now so I need to ask you about it. All three times were so similar it’s eerie.

    In a spiritual formation class we work on how Christians can get victory over sin as a part of their spiritual growth. To start the unit I ask students to list the sins Christians face most today. They list four sins immediately:

    Internet Porn

    Then they pause…they run out of sins. These four got listed quickly each time. In fact I’ve come to call them the “foul four” sins. Then they run out of gas and just sit there thinking.
    At the pause I usually ask, “OK, for each sin on our list let’s decide as a class if men or women are more inclined to this sin. In all three classes they have agreed that while women are sometimes tempted in these areas men are more inclined to these four sins.
    So I say, “Only women participate now—decide among yourselves what four sins you’d add to the list to that you think women are more inclined toward. Silence. Furrowed brows. Thinking… [long pause]
    Really! Each time the women who (along with the men) had quickly offered the “foul four” are at a loss to quickly add “besetting sins” that women seem more inclined toward. And now for the part that got me to write on this subject.

    The last two times I did this activity the women unanimously agreed on what they considered the chief besetting sin of women:

    Lack of self esteem. You see where I’m headed? Lack of self esteem? To the men in the class these co-eds were saying, “While you men struggle with pornography, lust, pride and anger we women struggle with not thinking highly enough of ourselves.” (Several men in the class always visibly roll their eyes.)
    To be fair, the women (after considerably time) usually add three other sins: resentment, bitterness, and lack of trust. But even their expanded list appeared to the guys in the class that men struggle with really bad sins while women fight minor sins. This male response was actually summed up the last time I did this. One male student exclaimed, “Gee, if I just struggled with those sins I’d be a saint!” To him “women’s temptations” were misdemeanors while his own besetting sins were obviously capital crimes.

    So, it got thinking. Are men more really inclined to sin than women—are they somehow in the grip of original sin more than women? Can this be true? In much of the ancient world women were considered weaker moral creatures with a greater inclination to sin them males—has this been reversed in the modern world?

    Or, have we labeled “male sins” crimes while mislabeling the temptations of women as less severe?”
    NOW see the uphill battle men have today with women&the world?
    Also most don’t know that the bridegroom-husband was the star of the wedding feast in the past, not the bride! I have basicaly said this elsewhere,but as usualy its ignored it reminds me of the ten virgins parable from mathew 25 though!

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  15. universal laws for all of humankind

    I am not sure where you are going with this. But one possibly-related idea is this.
    God granted authority to the human governments. No authority exists except that which God has established. Romans 13.

    Now, suppose a Captain orders you to do something, and also promotes one of your fellows to Sergeant. The Sergeant then orders you to ignore the order from the Captain. What should you do?
    In any organization, the answer is obvious. You obey the authority with a higher rank. Disobeying the Sergeant to obey the Captain is a requirement; failing to do so will get you fired or worse.

    Now we have human governments established by God. Those governments have given us certain laws. God also has given us certain laws.
    Some of God’s laws were later repealed or changed by God. For example not eating certain foods or not working on certain days.
    Some of those laws/commands carried no civil penalty. For example, envy, looking lustfully at another man’s wife, failing to tithe.
    Other laws however both included a civil penalty and were not repealed or changed by God. For some laws the penalty was death, for others a certain monetary fine, for others you had to take a woman as your wife, etc.

    So, if a human government gives one command, and God gives a conflicting law, how should we respond to the idea of any “universal laws”?

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