How to virtually eliminate hunger and homelessness in America before this decade ends:
- Cancel all homeless policies.
- Close all government shelters.
- Stop all church-related food and welfare programs that violate Paul’s clear teachings by 6:30 am today (it’s 6:23 now).
The Growth of Prisons Correlates with the Growth of Homeless Shelters
If the countless jails worked, we’d need fewer of them, not more all the time.
If the countless homeless policies worked, we’d have fewer homeless, not more all the time.
Churches Despise Scripture and Love the Government
Bible-hating churches with food lines and giveaways are guiltier of expanding the hunger problem than the government is. The government is the #1 creator of homelessness and hunger, but churches are #2 and they are guiltier because they’re supposed to know better than the government.
Instead, churches love government policies and hate Bible policies. So the church welfare lines get longer every week. Many people go hungrier every week because of churches.
But it Only Gets Worse!
Paul tells believers that we are not to associate with other believers who don’t “eat their ‘own’ bread.”
Wonder what he’d think of Bible-hating churches who give away other people’s bread to strangers, without discernment, to those who will not work? In a real sesnse, the church is doubling the sin Paul commands against!
What, Therefore, Shall We Do? Prosecute those “Churches” is a Good Start
In light of Paul’s clear commands, I’m beginning to think the remnant of the Body of Christ who doesn’t hate the Bible needs to:
Stop associating with churches or any believer who participates in any hunger or homeless program.
What individuals do with their own money, as long as it doesn’t take away needed resources from their own family in any way, is fine. Our natural sense of jealousy makes us guarded against throwing good money after bad, especially to strangers. With prayer and discernment, we might see individual situations where we want to use our own resources to help somebody temporarily. That is a good thing.
A Bible-hating church that uses congregation funds to corporately give away food and clothing is wicked, and not only are those Bible-hating churches destroying individuals and families with their welfare food lines, they are thieves of the congregation’s tithes.
Theft is a crime that should always be prosecuted. Churches with food lines that don’t immediately repent of misusing its congregation’s money should be padlocked and those involved should be prosecuted for theft and for harming the poor among us.