I never asked for answers that are right or wrong. I think every question I have asked so far could be answered with a simple "yes" or "no."
1. "Are you entering a legal partnership...?" yes or no?
2. "Are you buying salvation at 1000$ per person?" yes or no?
3. "Do you practice a Kosher lifestyle?" yes or no?
4. "Do you observe the Sabbath?" yes or no?
5. "Do you pick and choose the parts of Leviticus that are most convenient for you?" yes or no?
1. NO...why would you want to own Gods Church?
2. You can NOT purchase salvation
3. No, why would you ask?
4. I do observe the 7th day of the week as a Holy Day, do you?
5. No, Do you pick and choose parts of the ENTIRE Bible that are right for you?
I hope that is what you were looking for. I have to wonder though....why did you ask those questions to us on the forum, rather then your Spirtual Leader?
1. It may be God's Church, but I'm certain someone else's name is on the deed at the courthouse. That's what I wanted to know.
2. OK, we agree here.
3. I ask because if you read the book of Leviticus where most of your quotes stem from, it outlines the rules for a kosher lifestyle (i.e. no pork, etc.)
4. The seventh day of the week is Saturday. The Sabbath begins on Friday evening and runs until Saturday evening.
5. No, I just try to be a good person, and do the right thing. I think it's best to end the debate now as we will all practice our own form of faith. We all see life from different perspectives and yours are no better than mine and mine are no better than yours.
Albernier you did answer the questions I directed at you. There were no right answers, but there were no wrong answers either.
1. Since this is about money management, my intent was to find out if you knew exactly how your money was being spent. You're honest about it and stand behind your decision. While I may not agree, it is your money, you seem to know what you're doing, and if that's what's best for you, who would know better than you? (this is rhetorical, I'm not asking for an answer.)
2. I think that's something we all agree on.