Summary: Therefore, what kind of the profit shall be paid to this nation at the judgement throne of God when we appear with ownership of the whole world, but have lost possession of our soul.
1 Timothy 6:10 instructs mankind that the love of money is the root of all that is evil. Yet, our self-proclaimed Christian nation choose to exist as a capitalistic society.
Understand, capitalism is all about profit and loss. In simpler terms, Capitalist simply loves money. More importantly, those who tend to be capitalistic in their thinking desire to become rich and powerful to gain control over the world.
As the resut of trying to be good Christian Americans, most churchgoers have become bewitched into believing in and following the false doctrine produced by our capitalistic principalites.
Although most of America's religious organizations acknowledges our connections to God and briefs its membership about the way of Jesus, the mass majority of our denominational and non denominational church buildings continue to travel upon the American capitalistic way.
Despite possessing the wisdom of God, in spite of constructing millions of church buildings dedicated as the House of God, and as the result having to perform to fill them to pay the bills, most churchgoers have been intentionally malnurished, taught the wisdom of men, and voluntarily enslaved while blindly pledging allegiance to the false doctrine titled the American Dream.
Therefore, what kind of the profit shall be paid to this nation at the judgement throne of God when we appear with ownership of the whole world, but have lost possession of our soul. Do you still have possession of your soul?
Moreover, what words shall be said about our lukewarm church organizations leadership and their followers of unclothed kings and queens.
What sentence shall be given to the churchgoers whose chosen to walk around blinded by America's capitalistic light.
What admonishment shall be told to the lost since churchgoers were sitting in their seats only singing about showing the lost to the way of Christ.
Nevertheless, there is still hope for the leaders of our nation. There is still hope for the directors of America's church organizations. There is still hope for the every Sunday churchgoers. There is still hope for the lost of the world.
There is still hope for the words of God still says "Come!" The voice of God is currently echoing the invitation across our nation. The hands of God is waving at us through our present circumstances and situations. God is shouting "Come!"
Come out of her, my people,' so that you will not share in her sins, so that you will not receive any of her plagues. Come out of her and don't delay. Her sins are piled up to heaven, and God has remembered her crimes. Come out of her, my people,' so that you will not share in the punishment for her sins.