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December 14, 2020

The subject of Provision in the Commonwealth of the Kingdom of God is one of the most misunderstood and controversial in the entire Biblical Canon of Scripture.

The contention is divided into two Doctrinal extremes,

  1. Poverty is Humility
  2. Prosperity is Success

Those who subscribe to the “Poverty is Humility” idea do not realise that it largely comes from the corruption that entered into the Mainstream Church during the Middle Ages.

In 1521 the great Church Reformer Martin Luther in Germany published a treatise “On the Monastic Vows”, which exposed the reality of Monastic life as completely incompatible with Paul’s Revelation in the New Covenant. Monasteries in Europe had become dens of iniquity filled with injustice during this period.

Nobles used the idea that Poverty was a virtue through the Monastic Orders to keep the peasants in subjugation. Unfortunately many in the Western Church still actively believe in this blatant falsehood that Poverty is somehow virtuous.

The “Poverty is Humility” Preaching is far more of an overall problem for the Church worldwide because of the pervasive influence of this Teaching error from the mainstream Church, than the Message of Prosperity which is largely restricted to being taught to the USA Church.

This is not an Anti-Prosperity Preacher hysterical rant.

The “Prosperity is Success” concept claims the Biblical promise of Financial Blessing but deliberately ignores the Condition taught by Jesus.

This Condition is explained by Jesus Christ in his dialogue with the Rich Young Ruler.

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Craig Holme – 2020/2021/2022/2023/

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