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You Cannot Serve Elohim And Mammon!

Yeshua said to His disciples: There was a certain rich man who had a steward. And he was accused to him, that he had wasted his goods. So he called him and said to him: What is this I hear about you? Give an account of your stewardship, for you may no longer be steward! The steward said within himself: What shall I do? For my boss is taking the stewardship away from me. I cannot dig; I am ashamed to beg. I know what I will do; so that when I am put out of the stewardship, they may receive me into their houses.
So he called everyone of his boss's debtors and said to the first: How much do you owe my boss? He replied: A hundred baths of oil. And he said to him: Take your bill and sit down quickly and write fifty! Then he said to another: And how much do you owe? He replied: A hundred cores of wheat. So he said to him: Take your bill and write eighty! But the unjust steward's boss commended him because he had done wisely. For the children of this world are in their lifetime, wiser than the children of light.
But I say to you; make friends by the mammon of unrighteousness for yourselves, so that when you fail, they may receive you into everlasting dwellings. He who is faithful in the least is also faithful in much. And he who is unjust in the least is also unjust in much. Therefore, if you have not been faithful in the unrighteous mammon, who will entrust the true riches to you? And if you have not been faithful in that which is another's, who shall give you that which is your own?
No servant can serve two masters, for either he will hate the one and love the other, or else he will hold to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve Elohim and mammon!
Being money lovers, all the Pharisees also, heard all these things, and they derided Him. But He said to them: You are those who justify yourselves before other people, but Elohim knows your hearts: For that which is highly esteemed among men is abomination in the sight of Elohim! (Luke 16:1–15)

This parable was about a future time; our time; the times dominated by Mammon and the Monetizers. This parable had to be framed in the culture of the time, but the same mentality root has always been plaguing the human experience. Indeed, most of the parables were framed to the time and place they were initially taught, otherwise they would not have been understood by the listeners.

This parable is also about the choices we make as humans being; it sets the stage for how we will live, and why we will live. That is the purpose of this life! It is a staging ground to bring about a soul–endowed species, leave them in the randomness of life, with volition and free will, and then watch and record what they become, on their own. YHVH cannot interfere with this life experiment: it has to be random; un–directed; free! The Elect of YHVH are revealed herein.

The monetary system does one big thing; it exposes the root of people; it lays bare who and what people truly are, regardless of their self–protestations and self–beliefs. The Satan servants are vigorously dedicated to Satans world, which is clearly dominated by economics and particularly mammon devotion. This parable serves to expose the root. This is what the word "usury" really means; to use; to be a user. And the parable exposes those who use and exploit Satans mammon–built system to avoid labor, by abusing others to do it for them. They are users! They are accepting of slavery.

Most humans, the Broadway masses, fully intend to get all their physical and material needs met, without doing the labor required to bring those things into useful existence from the raw materials of Earth. They will not create one bite of food they east; they will not build one piece of the shelter they will inhabit; they will not stitch one thread on all the cloths they will wear. They fully intend to abuse others to bring those things into being, wherein they will use and abuse others in the con of capitalism, and the Mammon system that supports it, to get all those needs, without being the one doing the digging.

One facet of this parable was how easily people con others; the gullibility factor. From a Spiritual point of view, the cleaver Grifter was willing to risk being crucified, because in this time/culture, thieves were considered the lowest form of life and tortured to death. It is why they decided to crucify Messiah Yeshua between two thieves; the ultimate insult for them, even beyond all the other things they did to Him.

Another facet of this parable was the inherent laziness and greed that infects most humans; it is why people allow, or force, other people to do all the (metaphorical and literal) heavy lifting for them; why they do not produce anything while on Earth. It was not complementary to say: For the children of this world are in their lifetime, wiser than the children of light!

Indeed, most live and die, gaining all their needs, without what is required to take the raw natural resources of Earth, and make usable things from them: Labor! As a result, they must con and scam others to give them things; direct material things, or if money is accepted to buy things, then they con money out of people. Everyone who does not labor are cons; Grifters; they live in sin always. Unrepentant, they will not be Saved from Darkness, no matter how much religion they consume, and/or bible chanting they perform.

This Grifter (former steward) knew he was never going to lower himself to do manual labor; and, he was ashamed to beg. So, he devised a way to con monetary resources from others, as well as temporary shelter, because this extortion of survival was all he ever knew. Once a person has been softened by hands–in–the–pie living, they think they are too good for the labor it takes to make the world.

Wage slavery is just a more modified form of slavery; hence the term. It is a dependency, just like drug addiction is a slavery to the drug, and thus to the drug dealer or product supplier. Dependency is a great way to enslave others; it proved to be much more effective than physically beating people.

After (say) a Dominator Grifter (the boss) has threatened a young man to do his labor needs, and goes through with (say) killing the young mans parents and sisters for not complying, now what? They can take all that one has, but still, there is much labor work to be done; it is never done. So how does a Dominator Grifter keep the young man at labor? Dependency and addiction.

Humans can be very motivated to do at least some labor, if there is a reward of not doing anymore labor in the near future. Motivation and ambition are the words humans apply to the excitement they feel when there is the possibility of gaining great resources, and the power those resources provide in Satans corrupted cultures. They get to avoid labor.

Humans are easily motivated by Satan, via pride–ego–emotion; it is the veritable puppet strings of those of the World. If any act or action appeases their ego, they are fully dedicated to that act. And it is that dedication, which they spin into a positive, by assigning words like ambition and motivation to them. Satans puppets (the bulk of humanity), hunger–lust at the ideas of easy living and avoiding manual labor.

So, in this parable, Yeshua was revealing the passion; the dedication; the motivation; the devotion, which this Grifter had exhibited. The devotion to Satan and his systems is fascinating indeed: Satans Earthly Trinity Is Economics & Politics & Religion! And Satan a crew, being incorporeal, must work only through humans, and does so via pride–ego–emotion; the internal trinity of Satan, puppet–master of the masses.

The target audience? Well, everyone there at the time, and all future readers, for YHVH–in–Skin knew where this conversation was going to end up. But who reacted harshly? Yep, the Pharisees! And who do the Pharisees represent? Then? And today? Were the Pharisees laborers? Or did they take from, and benefit also from, the sweat efforts of the laborers? The carpenters and fishers were who Yeshua called. The others He called who were takers; they walked away from that and took no more! For only the laborers are worthy!

The masses are mammon servants; Narrow Way is The Way! The masses put money before all other things; money is indeed their lord. Religion itself, was and still is, a mechanic of Satans Economics; it is yet another dependency that offers nothing tangible, and yet, has a hand out always, expecting others to do all the labor, and they get a percentage of that: This is among the greatest manifestations of evil possible on Earth! This infuriated Yeshua so much that He attacked these capitalists in a temple dedicated to prayer (Matt 21).

This parable exposes all of this. The Messianic parables were deep with wisdom and meaning, profound, both in the moment, and in the human future, with the ultimate meaning, extending into eternity. The Inspiration Source that drove the writing of most of Scripture, was/is Ruach HaKodesh, the Indwelling Holy Spirit, the very soul of Messiah Yeshua. The red letters is YHVH directly speaking; the rest of Scripture are words penned humans, as they were inspired to write by the guidance of Ruach HaKodesh; these writings are that too!

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