Is It A Sin To Be Poor

Now if you’ve followed my previous Tuesday, Blog-Beefs, you know I always push the edges, and tickle the feathers, and this will be no different. As my awareness, knowledge, and wisdom continues to expand, I more often attempt to share and pass the knowledge on from my perspective. Not with the hope that you will believe or reject anything or everything I say, but with the hope that it will trigger you to use you’re most powerful, valuable asset, which is to think. I ask, “Is it a sin to be poor”, I know, sounds so cruel, but let’s take a closer look, as Bernard Shaw once explain this concept. In Theology, sin is defined as transgression of the law. Now you must first understand that when we speak of law, we speak of natural universal law that was established by the creator. It states in the Christian Bible, “The more you give, the more you will receive”, this is law. So as I glance at my wealth, prosperity, and health, and if I’m lacking or poor in anyway, I should not focus or just look at receiving or getting more, I must look closer at the amount of service I’m providing. By law, I must not be giving, or providing enough sufficient service. If I want more, I must find a way to create, books, music, art, and give more value. If I want more, I must find a way to work and provide more service, because by law, which is divine and always in order, just like gravity, “The More I Give, The More I Will Receive”.
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