Up to recently I had never heard of the Bilderberg group. I knew of the Rothschilds, Chase-Manhattan Bank, the Freemasons and the Illuminati, but not the Bilderbergs. To be honest, these groups do not bother me that much, but the spiritual forces behind them do. This is because these forces now have the whole world in the grip of a powerful delusion; primarily that we need the money people to ensure our future prosperity, when in fact, the exact opposite is true.
Work, or lack of it, and therefore money, have been a proverbial “thorn in my flesh” for the last 40 years, so this is why I have a particular interest in money, wealth and prosperity. Perhaps this is the year I will leave my “economic wilderness” to enter into a land overflowing with all that I need and more, but back to my point.
When God spoke to the Israelites as recorded in the Book of Deuteronomy, He said that after they had settled and become rich, that they should be careful to remember that it is God who gives power to get wealth. In the New Testament, Jesus said that we (members of His body) should not chase after wealth, but to “seek first His kingdom and His righteousness”, then all that we need in this life, God will provide for us.
I dont believe that means sitting around waiting for the heavens to open, but I do believe it means we are not to chase after (worship) wealth and financial prosperity.
Perhaps it is because of the doctrines of the “name it and claim it” brigade and the fanatical adoption of same by millions of so called “believers” around the world that God has decided to put us (along with all the other pagan idolaters who worship money) into the hands of the “money people”.
The money people are not CEOs of huge corporations, they are not rich and famous film stars and pop idols and they are not self-made millionaires. The money people are a nameless, faceless group of individuals whose families have been in the money game for many, many years, perhaps even centuries or millenia.
This group of people are demonically inspired and empowered to continually think up and implement new ways of getting more and more money and they will not rest until they have it all. Not 90% or 95% or even 99.99%. They crave the 100%, and they will be quite happy to bankrupt us to get it.
So while you and I try to make a living, pay our bills and build our castles without going into too much debt, and while we watch the play-offs or have friends round for a bbq and a few beers and while we sleep in our humble little beds, the money people are scheming and plotting. For them, getting our money (equity) into their pocket is the #1 priority, and over the last 60 years or so they have been highly succesful.
Our current economic plight, I believe, can be traced back to the adoption of “compound interest” formula used with loans and morgages (for many hundreds of years this type of lending was regarded as "usury", that is, extortionate).
After WWII, there was a fundamental shift in the way wealth was created and distributed. Scientific Management methods used in the production of consumer goods lead to huge numbers of relatively well paid jobs for both workers and managers. Also, new technologies paved the way for scientists and engineers to participate in this wealth creating “machine”. Incomes increased in real terms as the cost of goods decreased in real terms. Compared with pre-war economic conditions, life was good. Then the “Oil Crisis” hit.
From that point on, there has been a steady reversal of wealth distribution and the money people are behind it all, we could well see the eradication of the middle-classes during the next decade or so, if not sooner.
I saw a great video on the web a few months back, about the difference between wealthy people and poor people. Poor people buy “stuff” (Walmart and Dollarama) middle-class people buy liabilities such as homes, cars, boats, RV’s and so on. Whereas wealthy people buy assets.
The difference between assests and liabilities can be thought of in very simple terms; assets pay us but liabilities cost us. Isn’t a house and asset? Only if we own it outright and rent it out to someone else for a profit.
The cravings of the middle-classes for wordly goods, an illusion of wealth, is leading them to poverty.
Look around and pay attention; the money people are manipulating everything to do with wealth and its associated power. From prices of commodities and wages of the masses to tax rates and tax breaks for the relatively rich, everything to do with money is heading in one direction. Financial ruin.
God is allowing all this to happen. He uses money, the lack of it, as a means of getting our attention. First the natural then the spiritual.
Decreasing wages and increasing costs gets our attention in the natural first and then the spiritual. Is not the love of money is the root of all evil?
I am afraid that God’s warnings are falling on deaf ears, plugged up with dollar bills.
So because of our love (our heart’s deepest devotion) for money and not the Lord, this world is in the grip of the money people and their plans to do as they please. This, I believe, is their will; to bankrupt the world ready for the “salvation” of the world economy by anti-christ. I expect there to be a “year of Jubilee”, where all debts will be written off and “all land returned to their former owners”, in other words, a complete redistribution of wealth. I have no doubt that when this happens, anti-christ will quote Old Testament Law on the matter.
It seems to me that our love affair with money is taking us headlong into the world of anti-christ. A world of powerful delusion leading to judgement. A world where a false peace and a false prosperity will lull us into a false sense of security, all contrived by the money people.
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Thanks for this piece.Money people have their portion in this world.God's people are real citizens of heaven,Philippians 3:20.Here,our heavenly Father will surely meet all our needs.We must be contented with this.