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Live outside the box (04/22/2007)
From: Lorraine Redig

Winona

God has given more than an adequate amount of material wealth for every family in the world to meet their earthly needs. People of God, who are the majority, could decide to formulate a love-of-God-and-neighbor method to distribute the wealth the Lord gives for all.

The Greatest Commandment draws a picture of a life-culture rooted in and centered on praising God, so that God's love-power, joy, and peace radiates between God and each of us who accept it. That love-glow radiates horizontally through us to others, creating an army of volunteers to do the Lord's will on earth as it is done in heaven.

A measure of how well the people of God honor God's recipe for the happiest possible lifestyle, is to notice how the poorest among us are doing. (Not good!!)

People of God are aliens in this capitalistic culture that violates the Golden Rule by centering policy on economic competition, instead of on the common good.

One percent of Americans, who mistake their God-given spiritual hunger for material hunger, have put themselves into the position of power in the ratio between buyers and sellers in the ancient unfair supply and demand tradition in our economy. One percent have accumulated 50 percent of US economic livelihood (material wealth) by grossly underpaying those who produce in the supply and demand system, robbing those producers of ability to be the active consumers that are needed for a vigorous, well balanced economy.

Too many people of God blindly bypass spiritual wealth, which is freely available without limit to everyone. Instead, we follow those blind leaders whose treasure is competition for fleeting material wealth. The hellish result is "the Culture of Death".

We blindly elect those who rob supply and demand producers. Than we feel virtuous when we feed defend the poor. Such hypocrisy turns people off from God.

People of God, wake up! As the majority, we can become an army of volunteers to end to the ancient unjust supply and demand system by formulating a love-of-God-and-neighbor method to distribute the wealth the Lord gives for all.

 

 

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