Prophecy: Not rich in worldly goods
Jesus speaking: “It was hard to see people struggling, always struggling to have enough to eat, or to have something warm to wear, or to keep their farm and land going so it wouldn’t be taken away to pay off debts. I so wanted everyone to be free, free at last from the chains of the monetary society. That’s why it says is so often in the Bible, not to ‘covet’, to have nothing to do with the wicked side of the money system; to not get greedy, or steal, or try to appear richer than others for pride and vain glory. I hated the way I saw the people short-changing in the market place, especially when it was in the Temple area. I knew that was wrong.
“I could see there were basically two kinds of people—those whose aim was to live in this carnal world thinking like carnal man and getting as much materially as they could. Even a poor person could have these tendencies, whether they had the money or the means to get any, or not. It’s an attitude of the heart. Then there is another kind of person, one like my mother, and other good people I knew. They loved God and longed to serve Him. They focused on what God wanted to give them, and what they could give back to Him in return. Though not rich in worldly goods, they seemed to have what they needed to get by, and were much more at peace. They had a trust in their heart.
“You cannot serve God and mammon” I said in one of my talks. It was one or other. But sad to say, money has taken over the better part of the world’s system today, and is in the ruling seat. Everyone is a slave in some way to the scourge of Satan disguised as wealth-to-get. I knew early on that I didn’t want anything to do with it. I pulled more and more away from living my life to get more. It was with great gusto that My Father allowed me to do the Temple cleansing that day in Jerusalem. I had kept my mouth, keeping quiet about it year after year. At last, when the time was right and it would show the right people the right sample of what displeased God, I was let loose to shake up the place.”
The Secret Place Part 2
“Even a poor person could have these tendencies, whether they had the money or the means to get any, or not. It’s an attitude of the heart.”