And, behold, there was a man which had his hand withered. And they asked him, saying, Is it lawful to heal on the sabbath days? that they might accuse him. And he said unto them, What man shall there be among you, that shall have one sheep, and if it fall into a pit on the sabbath day, will he not lay hold on it, and lift it out? Matt 12:10-11.
It has not ceased to amaze me how So many Christians try to appear holier than thou when the issue of kingdom prosperity is talked about. Many still do seem to know the difference between claiming our Father’s properties from illegal possessors and the pursuit of materialism.
I have seen very serious Christians quarrel, fight and even go to court when someone trespasses on their land or other natural inheritance just to claim it back but will wear the garment of pseudo spirituality when it comes to repossessing kingdom wealth from those abusing its purpose all over the place.
The Pharisees won’t mind saving a donkey on a sabbath but a man created in the image and likeness of God can keep suffering in pain because it’s the sabbath. What a hypocrisy?
If you could fight for earthly inheritance, why would you careless about what cost Jesus His blood? The same blood that paid for salvation also paid for wealth(Rev 5:12, 2 Cor 8:9). You appear not to be interested in kingdom wealth but agents of wickedness are destroying Divine creations through terrorism, immorality, negative media projections into the minds of our young people and all what have you-God will ask you!
The multiplication of wickedness in our world today is because the majority of those in possession of resources are Godless.
Many Christians completely forget that wealth is a neutral force that assumes and gives maximum expression to the nature and character of its possessor.
Hypocrisy is when you pray and fast for God to bless you but get angry at the blessings of others.
Hypocrisy is when you appear very sanctimonious before men but filled with envy, jealousy, unforgiveness, anger and bitterness against others.
Hypocrisy is when you use your area of strength to judge someone’s area of weakness.
Hypocrisy is when you have excuses for your mistakes but quick to remind others of the judgement that awaits their mistakes.
Hypocrisy is when you secretly desire a good car, house and other necessities of life but publicly view or tag those who use them as sinners or unserious Christians-well done.
Please know that your scriptural perception, denominational doctrine or dogma and your choice of life can never be God’s standard for judgments and heavenly allocation.
My simple answer to such people is, when you get to heaven as a poor person, please stand at the gate to stop others from entering because they were rich and enjoyed life here.
Be real with God. Love the brethren. Enjoy all that Calvary secured for you. Refuse a lifestyle of compromise. Ask for continuous enlightenment. Never apologise for desiring or pursuing kingdom wealth. Never join the company of those who judge, resent, conclude and condemn what they don’t understand simply because it does not suit them. DO NOT BE A HYPOCRITE!
May people praise God on your account this month!