CHECK!! One must be a believer in "God" in order to have a sustainable employment.<quoted text>
God has been compassionate by giving us believers the means to work hard. And giving us the opportunity to prove ourselves as being worthy of sustainable employment.
Does that mean you have placed wealth and money over "God"?
Hmmmmmm - not very enlightening to say the least.
maybe you should venture down that road, to realize your humility instead of realize your pride.<quoted text>Believe me God has been very compassionate to me. Iíve always had good work and a successful career. Not once have I stood in a soup line. Nor have I had to go to charity to have a nice place to sleep or something for my family to eat.
Many folks say this exact thing, "There are a lot worst off people than I." I am one of those people who has said this.<quoted text>Not that receiving those things are bad but being in the position to give to charity is far better than being a receiver of charity. And God has always blessed me to be on the giving side.
"God" must not have blessed me as much as "He" with you.....you probably feel lucky that you have additional amenities that others don't, huh? Lucky!!!
Of course it does.....that's what money does - brings prosperity. But "money" is of the devil.<quoted text>Having work is a blessing and it brings prosperity.
Jesus wants you to give everything you own to charity. Since you haven't done this yet, please don not include yourself as a so-called "Christian", okay? We don't want to get you mixed up with the homeless family who goes to church every Sunday to pray for a home to live in, instead of the street.....OR....three meals a day on a table that isn't shared with 100s of others, or placed on a reusable tray.