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Savings Is a Virtue and Yet the Forces of Darkness Seek to Turn It Into a Vice

Savings is a virtue. Borrowing is not, although sometimes it is necessary. Borrowing makes the poor slaves of the rich according to Proverbs 22:7. And in Proverbs 19:17, it is advised to give to the poor, which will be repaid by the Lord.

Savings is a virtue because you will be able to help your fellow Christians and family in need. The Bible says savings is a virtue. With a cashless society and negative interest rates savings becomes a vice and spending becomes a virtue. That is diabolical and indicative of the last push from the forces of darkness: http://www.talkmarkets.com/content/financial/banks-close-in-rural-areas-as-world-cashlessness-advances?post=76403

See also this article that shows just how diabolical the forces of darkness have become regarding the virtue of saving and prospering:  http://www.businessinsider.com/sweden-cashless-society-negative-interest-rates-2015-10

The banks want to rule the world even with more power than they have now. They want negative interest rates and a cashless society which forces you to pay the banks to hold your money, making spending more virtuous than saving. The forces of evil want you to spend instead of saving. That is simply evil.

In Acts 20-35-38 ESV we see this wise statement by the Apostle Paul, to work hard to help the weak. This implies saving:

In all things I have shown you that by working hard in this way we must help the weak and remember the words of the Lord Jesus, how he himself said, ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.’” And when he had said these things, he knelt down and prayed with them all. And there was much weeping on the part of all; they embraced Paul and kissed him, being sorrowful most of all because of the word he had spoken, that they would not see his face again. And they accompanied him to the ship.
The Bible is clear, being excessively rich is not the way, but being without savings when you can save is not the way either. As the rich pay a low wage and force the poor to borrow, so to do they now wish to force a private tax, not a government tax, on your savings. The banks are private, not public. Do not be fooled into thinking they are public.

Even the Federal Reserve Bank of the United States is a private bank that answers to the private banks and not to the citizens. Read all my articles here and you will see exactly what they are doing. Warn your friends of the oppressive nature of the coming cashless society.

And look at the court case, Lewis Versus the United States of America 1982, which is legal proof that the central bank, the Federal Reserve Bank, is a private bank.

And be warned they want to confiscate your hard earned money, friends. Speak out and the process could be slowed. Tell millennials and others to spend with cash more, and use electronic transactions less, so that the demand for cash will make cash needed. Less demand for cash will make it more expensive and it will be abolished.

As I wrote in the article at the very top of this article:


Just realize that when the unexpected consequences of a cashless society hit, all nations but the USA will find their citizens unarmed and unable to force a walk back, no matter what human tragedies are revealed. And one wonders if the gun lovers in America even know that the moral bankruptcy of cashlessness is even an issue they should care about. 
But for all patriotic Americans, saving is virtuous and spending recklessly to please government and the international banking cabal is not virtuous. An attack on virtue on this massive worldwide scale is the final push by the forces of darkness, and one can only look at cashlessness as being their final project.

Please note that I do believe in gun rights. I do not believe, as a Christian, that I will be forced to use a gun to battle the rich. That is not the way of the Christian. But guns can be a deterrent to evil, and the rich also want guns confiscated, as there is a big push for it by the government. That is a threat to our religious rights, our rights to save money without it being confiscated, and our rights to move about the nation freely.

But God will prevail in Jesus Christ and He will judge the bankers and their globalist friends with the highest and most fierce wrath, and deliver the elect at the Second Coming. We can rejoice in these things even as darkness approaches. 


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