Christian Care Insurance Program Trying To Recreate Church Of Acts On Some Level
Posted by Job on September 10, 2008
This might be a way to live out Acts 4:32-37 in the modern world. So I shall not speak against it. Efforts like this is how the body of Christ should be depending on each other instead of the secular anti – Christ globalist financial institutions anyway. So many of the secular insurance plans are now subsidizing all sorts of immorality, including the murder of abortion, and have their hands in all sorts of other devilry with their various funds and investments. And yes, they exploit the poor. As loathsome as the pervert former governor of New York Eliot Spitzer was, he exposed a lot of corruption, criminality, and wickedness in the secular insurance and financial companies, and for that reason a lot of “conservatives” actually CHEERED when he was removed from office so that these companies could continue stealing money from and grinding the faces of the poor and the working class.
Please note that several states, however, (Oklahoma, Illinois, Montana) are moving against this Christian effort that gives people an alternative to the immorality and evil of the anti – Christ financial system, forcing them to centralise their finds into – guess what – a single bank account (that they can go after later!). Here’s guessing that when the state fully finishes taking over the banking industry, things like this will be one of the first things that they outlaw, and they will force Christians to participate in the evil global banking system. Incidentally, why aren’t there more Christian – owned and church owned banks and credit unions to begin with? They could do a lot of good, especially with the poor. This is not something that the pastor/elder should be involved in, but it is definitely should be part of the ministry of the deacons’ attending to tables for the poor and the koinonia fellowship for the body of Jesus Christ.