The Law of the Lord; and in His law doth He meditate day and night.

Paid Education

Since we are under man’s system of accountability or lack of then one can see that the money spent is going into a deep dark hole with no accountability. When I ask teachers what they would do to fix the problem of accountability, the answer is that our politicians and those who make the laws should be held accountable.
Paid Education

Good day to each of you reading on life in the Kingdom when our Saviour comes to earth and establishes his kingdom.

If you remember recently, I did an article on Teachers and their value to each of us. I wish to expand further on the value of teachers as heroes and what they face in debt filled education system.

Each of us writes a check or pays with a debit card to purchase goods and services, which gives us accountability for what is purchased. As for education, where is the accountability? Our tax dollars are being spent and have you received any accountability from your government on how that money was spent?

Since we are under man’s system of accountability or lack of then one can see that the money spent is going into a deep dark hole with no accountability. When I ask teachers what they would do to fix the problem of accountability, the answer is that our politicians and those who make the laws should be held accountable.

I am in full agreement, but we are past trying to fix that which is broke and await the solution. The solution has always been there and yet, we think we are smarter than our Maker and that our ways are the end all to beat all.

Everything always comes back to money and to robbing God—You say how do I rob God? Malachi 3:8-10 (NIV) “In tithes and offerings. You are under a curse— the whole nation of you—because you are robbing me. Bring the whole tithe into the storehouse, that there may be food in my house. Test me in this” says the Lord Almighty, “and see if I will not throw open the floodgates of heaven and pour out so much blessing that you will not have room enough for it. 

I was reading Man Thinking by Mervyn Judge and one of the lessons was on education without monetary discrimination. That’s a mouthful!

DEBT! DEBT! DEBT! Personal, credit card spending, student loans, house payments, usury and being enslaved by making less and paying more.

So let’s dwell on student loan—DO you really get a return on your investment? When going into debt, do you ever see the light of day or do the bills keep piling up? Does the degree fit what you want to do, and do you have a passion for doing the work? Do your talents fit the type of work that you are doing?

History does repeat itself—Let’s go back in the Old Testament and see how God planned his nation of Israel to function so that all the nations will call you blessed, for yours will be a delightful land.

So what does have to do with education? Have you ever thought what the Levites functions were in the Old Testament? If you guessed they were priests, that is correct, but they were more than just priests.

Levites were doctors—Look at Deuteronomy 24:8 to cure leprous diseases.

Levites taught the Laws of Diet, Health and Medicine and taught on the Book of the Law about sickness and disaster. As they the people, various members became Doctors, Lawyers, Professors, Dieticians, Ministers, Tax Collectors, Musicians, Judges and Magicians which effect the function of the government.

If you were to put this into modern day terms, the Levites performed Civil Service functions such as teachers whether it be elementary, middle school, high school, professors, trade school and vocational teachers to equip the nation in every walk of life.

Turn to Exodus 35:30-35 to see how man worked with his hands to build the sanctuary and how the Lord had given them the ability to come and do the work. God given talents for not all are teachers, doctors, lawyers but craftsmen, designers and embroiderers in master construction.

But what about money? God’s laws were put into effect into the nation that supplied bountiful prosperity, proper taxation methods and NO USURY, the Tithe poured floodgates of money into the National Treasury.

What a way to stimulate the economy and have no debt for the National Treasury through the Government would pay teachers and supply the institutions of learning the necessary equipment for the scholars. The monetary strain, that we see presently, would be no longer, thus being removed from both the parents and children. Financial stringency on the part of the parent must not restrict or limit the education of the children or thwart their future. It would appear that every scholar will receive a living allowance while being educated, sufficient to take cate of his needs.

If you look at our present system, young people’s dreams and ambitions go down the drain due to the parent’s financial status and the amount of financial aid needed to accomplish their dream job that they wish to be prepared for in the future.

Preparing the youth for the future involves doing the work he or she likes best and is happy to go to the job thus producing the most and best for the kind of work which his or her talents best suit them.

In the Divine System, the educational system will, in all probability, provide for “reports” concerning each child in school. These reports tabulated by the teachers and handed from teacher to teacher as the child advances from class to class will disclose the particular talent or talents each citizen is blessed with, and the training will proceed as the report indicates.

Ponder on this for a moment—many of us are trapped into just making a living and not enjoying what we do, but due to the money we make, the bills we pay, the debts we owe, and we have been doing this for so long that we will not change. We do because we must!

Others have told you that you have a talent in this or that, but you don’t wish to change, or you can’t change. Under the Divine Economic System, this will change, and your particular talent or talents will be utilized.

Folks, have you ever studied the Parable of the Talents in Matthew 25: 14-30 and Luke 19: 12-27—Please take the time to read and study this parable and apply it to your life.

It is my wish for each and all of us to prepare for the kingdom and the more we know about the kingdom, then the more prepared we will be. If you think, we will be flying around aimlessly, sorry but you are wrong. There will be much work to do and every endeavor will be met with This is the day that the Lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad in it.

Our system is broken, but never fear, Our God has the perfect plan and the kingdom awaits you—John 3:16 and 17 are true and it is my wish to see each of you when Jesus restores his kingdom here in earth.

God said it, I believe it and that settles it.


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I think you will agree that if we were under God’s laws and not those of man that our world would be ideal. God has addressed every issue in his laws with a solution that makes sense and could and should be used by all. I have been studying numerous books on his laws with the KJV Bible being the center for knowledge and understanding for many years and wish to share my thoughts and welcome your thoughts…

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