1. The love of money or the love of what it can do is resident in any soul who is ignorant of the use of the parachute called the faith of the Son of God – which is meant for migrating out of the earth (flesh) (Gal. 2:20). By it, we are prepared to hear the everlasting gospel; the most holy doctrine that imparts the Father’s (divine) nature into our soul and thereby, prepare us to fellowship with God (eternal life) (Rev. 14:6, 1Jn. 1:3-6).
2. Money has never consistently served anyone who has not related with it like Jesus did. It only serves those who become beloved sons by prospering in everlasting life (Matt. 17:24-27, 17:1-5).
3. A believer who can see through the pseudo rest and beyond the glories of this world mostly driven by monetary power, is one who must have walked in the light of the righteous judgments of everlasting life like Jesus had at Jordan (Matt. 4:8, Jn. 1:4). We confront such fallen glories by the glory that everlasting life seasonally confers upon the soul; the glory that prepares us to see the God of glory and attain the rest of eternal life (2Cor. 3:18, 4:6, Heb. 4:9-11).
4. Those who break free from trusting in money are those who break into the dawning of God’s day by trusting in the living God; the everlasting Father (1Tim. 6:17-19). They can relate with money like birds of the air do with tomorrow (Matt. 6:26).
5. Nothing influences most of what we do or choose not to do with “our” time and money like fear does (Heb. 2:15). Fear has a worldly and an evil edition which is always in manifestation whenever we aren’t walking in the light of Christ’s Faith or of the Father’s Love (Lk. 1:71,74).
6. Those who break free from trusting in money are those who break into the dawning of God’s day by trusting in the living God; the everlasting Father (1Tim. 6:17-19). Only then and there would we be able to relate with money like birds of the air do with tomorrow (Matt. 6:26).
7. A believer who hasn’t seen or laid hold of the incorruptible inheritance (the divine nature) can still be enticed by ephemeral things that mammon can offer or be tempted by the glories that can be found in Babylon (2 Pet. 1:4, Jam. 1:12-17, Matt. 4:8).
8. Believers who daily crucify this world by minding the words of Christ and of the living God, like most men mind money, would someday become heavenly or ascend in their soul into heaven – like Jesus did while on earth (Gal. 6:14, Jn. 3:13). They’ll become more heavenly in their thoughts than many believers who are in heaven; than those whose goal while on earth was just to “make it to heaven” and not into God (Jn. 13:3, Rev. 21:2).
9. Through tribulation, the monetary system that is keeping this world ongoing in the souls of men will someday lose its value. It will be destroyed in an hour when the kings of the earth will destroy Babylon
(Rev. 6:12-17, 17:15-18:20). Through spiritual and divine understanding of the faith in Christ and the love that is in the Son of God, believers are meant to hasten into an everlasting and eternal economy in God; a new civilization or world to come order that will replace everything in man and amongst nations that can be traced to Babylon (Col. 1:9-11, 2Pet. 3:10-13).
10. Mammon has lied to generations of believers via those thoughts and imaginations that don’t revolve around a future called Christ, the Father and God (2Cor. 10:5, Col. 2:2). And it has always caught up with those who seek to have an edge above others, rather than have an edge above wicked spirits (3Jn. 1:9, Eph. 6:11-12).