Monday, 6 June 2016

To Hell with Your Humanistic, Worldly Earthly Hypocritical Sympathy for the Poor and the Needy

Ye shall do no unrighteousness in judgment: thou shalt not respect the person of the poor, nor honour the person of the mighty: but in righteousness shalt thou judge thy neighbour (Leviticus 19:15).

It is important to help the needy and poor as the Bible commands (Leviticus 25:35; Deuteronomy 15:7, 11; Jeremiah 22:3; Matthew 5:42; Acts 20:35). Why does the Bible tell us to help the poor and the needy? Because they are those in the world who are bullied, oppressed, and hatred by the world out of its sinful, wicked, evil love of self and hatred of God. 

What the Bible means by the 'needy' and 'poor' are exactly those people, those whom the world hates, mocks, scorned, despises, and looks down on out of its proud wicked, evil heart. For the needy and poor are those who do not have any worldly things, no power, money or possessions, respect, status or anything else the world esteems (See Matthew 19:16-26, Luke 12:33-34; 14:12-14).  That is the true Biblical definition as opposed to the worldly definition which defines 'poor' or 'needy' as those who do not have what the want, for example, those who have almost no disposable income. 

Such a worldly definition of what it means to be poor is a manifestation of envy and greed, and has crept into the modern Church. How many in the modern Church admit they are rich, in having all their basic earthly needs met? Almost none, if any at all. For most in the modern Church think they are poor because they do not have what they want, and are enslaved to such desires, all without realising it. They think they are needy as they enslave themselves to debt, work and money, all without realising it, of course. Of course, they find this idea itself hard to accept, and froth at the mouth like a demonised person when one even speaks about this issue. 

Any sympathy the world shows towards the poor, is a selfish sympathy which is ultimately concerned about itself. Such sympathy is seeking to justify its own fear of being in the same position as the poor, who the world is supposedly trying to help. It is a manifestation of envy, covetousness and pride, not kindness, love and mercy at all, whatever one might think about why the world might help the poor. 

Likewise, many Christian charities help the poor with the mindset that the poor need their earthly needs, and are 'entitled' to them, as as the world think itself 'entitled' to its needs. That itself is a vile, evil mindset as it itself is to exalt oneself against God. For all things are given to us by Gods' grace (Matthew 5:45), including our very existence. So, nobody, including the poor and the needy of this world who so many of you sympathise with out of your humanistic sympathy, is entitled to one's needs. It is such thinking that itself a manifestation of the spirit of mammon. This is exactly what leads to bias towards the poor which is evil, wicked and vile for for there is no respect of persons with God (Romans 2:11). For all have sinned, including the poor, and need God, and not earthly things.

It is the absolute height of hypocrisy to speak about helping the poor, when one's heart is still seeking to serve both God and mammon as is the case of many in the modern Church in the west. 

To Hell with your humanistic, worldly earthly sympathy for the poor and the needy! To Hell with your belief that humans are entitled to their basic needs! To Hell with your money, time or possession that you give to the needy and poor, all while trying to serve both God and mammon, or mammon alone!

And though I bestow all my goods to feed the poor, and though I give my body to be burned, and have not charity, it profiteth me nothing (1 Corinthians 13:3).