New Video: “Money: the False Idol”

Check out our latest YouTube video in which we discuss the most powerful religion on Earth: the religion of materialism. Is your faith in God (Love) or in money? Jesus makes it very clear in his Sermon on the Mount that you can only have one master: God OR money (Matthew 6:24). In this video, we show you our faith in God by contrasting it to faith in money, and we encourage you to free yourselves as well from enslavement to the god of greed.

Here’s the full script to our video, “Money: the False Idol”:

What do you think and feel as you watch this dollar burn? Do you have faith that the infinite God who is known as Love can provide for all of our needs, or is your faith misplaced in a worthless piece of paper that is turning to ash before your eyes? If you believe that you cannot live without money, then you are likely trapped in the bonds of materialism. But isn’t life greater than what we can and cannot buy? When we were small children, many of us had absolute faith in the love of our parents to provide everything we needed, but as we grow older, we are taught that our entire existence is dependent on a piece of paper that only has value in our imaginations. Surely, our Holy Father, the loving Creator of the universe, could do even better than our earthly parents to provide for us, especially if we devote our daily lives to serving and honoring God practically by following Christ’s example rather than working for money.

If you think you cannot live without a paycheck, then you have more faith in money than in God’s ability to provide, and you fall victim to the most powerful religion on Earth, the religion of materialism, and are forced into servitude of the god of greed. What if there was another way? Could you live one day without using money? Two days? What about a whole week? Of course you could, because what we need is food, shelter, air, and water, not money which is only a means to an end, and that’s only because we have been conditioned to use it as a means to an end. Would you ever be brave enough to forsake all your money, all your personal possessions to be free from the bonds of your enslavement and step out into the freedom of God’s loving providence?

Apples do not fall off the tree with a price tag attached. Streams don’t charge for water by the gallon. If God has given us the entire world free of charge, why do we ever think we need money to survive? When you work for money instead of Love which is God, your misplaced faith ensalves you in the corrupt and greedy religion of materialism.

If anything in this video shocks or inspires you, please reach out to us. We believe in something greater than a paycheck and we want to help you free yourself from this filthy, rotten system. We appreciate your time, so thanks for stopping by, and we’d love to hear your thoughts on this video. Make sure you check out our other videos and don’t forget to subscribe before you leave!

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About livewithoutlovingmoney

Welcome to the intersection of economics & and love! We are Christians who are disgusted with the money system worship of the Churches. We call it "Churchianity" and nothing could be further from what Jesus Christ taught than what is commonly preached in most churches around the world. His profoundly revolutionary and unrivaled teachings about love, if practiced, open our eyes to the matrix of greed that he came to free us from. Read more to discover the message that centuries of church dogma & doctrine have attempted to hide from you.
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2 Responses to New Video: “Money: the False Idol”

  1. PaulZ says:

    Hey guys cool video, but why hide your identity in the videos? I could understand if you’re living in Tehran or North Korea doing what you’re doing but in Kansas?!? Sure there is persecution in America but not much for white christians like ourselves not matter we believe or teach. I’m sure you’ll get a lot of people who will disagree with you but that’s not persecution.

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    • Good questions bro. There are several good reasons for followers of Christ to at least be a bit more discrete with their identity online, even if we don’t CURRENTLY experience the type of persecution that happens outside of places like America. But then we have to ask WHY and HOW Western countries have managed to avoid the PROMISE of persecution that Jesus spoke of, regardless of skin tone. Christian persecution itself is almost never about race specifically but about the stance one takes for Jesus/God.

      We obviously believe that has something to do with a greater ignorance (& practice) of Jesus’ actual teachings in countries like ours which have become very lukewarm.

      Aside from that, we prefer that the message and not the messenger(s) become the central focus. It’s a great way to challenge our own pride (ego) and vanity too.

      And with regard to disagreement not automatically being equated with persecution, I think that ultimately depends on exactly HOW such disagreement is communicated, whether through verbal animosity or physical violence. Cordial disagreement is fine, and we’re happy to politely agree to disagree with others, but Jesus’ teachings often create a “sword of division” between people, and reactions can be pretty fierce sometimes.

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