A Soul Saved, and a New Economics Blog Launched

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A Soul Saved, and a New Economics Blog Launched
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I know, I know. You all are wondering if I ever sleep, with all the new blogs being launched! However, EconomicTheology.com is now the new home of my ongoing Economic Theology™ project. Please check it out when you get a chance.

Now for an amazingly great note regarding my other new financial website, TheWisdomOfGold.com:

I just received this afternoon an email testimony of the FIRST person to be born again from the Gospel presentation on that site entitled, The Supreme Value of Righteousness! In fact, the person did even NOT speak English as a first language!

She wrote within her testimony, “I spent the whole afternoon by reading your website, which, due to my poor English, was a heavy work for me, but now I feel reborn and God bless you for it!!!”

Glory to God! A new sister in Christ!

Obviously, I had written the content of that other website in-part to help Christians understand the best way to approach their finances during this ongoing economic meltdown. However, the most important post on that website is the salvation page! Thus, I reference it often within the main text.

That particular article on righteousness is the most comprehensive Gospel presentation that I have written to date. So let me recommend to all my readers that you take the time to read it, study it, and share it with others.

Souls! THAT is what it is all about, folks! Souls! 😀

Always in Jesus,

-Rich Vermillion

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2 Comments

  1. brother Zed here. Google Jesse Duplantis , click false preacher. Scroll to bottom of article to comments to see my numerous remarks regarding the contradictions of the word with the proclamations of Jesse, People want to hear the carnal message of getting rich here, not in heaven. It is the duty of the Christian not only to judge by the word but to warn those who play deceitfully with the word, Some say don’t touch God’s anointed and not to judge, They haven’t read enough Bible to discern who is anointed, and that the righteous man judges all things according to the word of God, They need help, But it is extremely difficult to un-brainwash someone who loves to dance on a string and be a part of anything that makes them feel important. They love their boastful extravagant little god and love to be seen at their extravagant church building, His flatteries and jokes tickle their innards and the promises of riches gives them hope of the American dream of getting all the wealth they can so others will look up to them as a little god like they do to Jesse. Gullible yes, but these followers seem absolutely without any common sense nor ability to reason. I have concluded that they are not stupid but just plain lazy and too lazy to read the Bible themselves. Some just want to be part of something and are not really there to get spiritual guidance. One of the terrible things about this is that all the billions of dollars robbed from the offerings of God could relieve a lot of pain and suffering of the downtrodden. Godspeed brother Rich.

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