In Reference to Marsh’s essay
In this essay, I plan to (explain, analyze, and make some solutions) that financial classes need not be because of (1) we are fortunate to have a Savior, that’s above all financial classes, (2) with biblical principals we can endure financial turbulence. (3) That we need to hold political figures responsible for their duties to protect all citizens. Mantisios essay explains and outlines four widely held beliefs about class in the United States. I will explain one of his myths that inspired me.
Myth Number 1: The United States is fundamentally a classless society. We ignore the truth, by saying we all are equal in the eyes of the law. I believe we have to ask ourselves, what law are we talking about. Man’s law or God’s law, and decide which is equal. Being fortunate in having a Savior, and knowing the Gospel is true equality. In understanding the Gospel, there are five points that we have to take in consideration. 1. First, a person has to repent. Once we repent, understand that we have sinned, and recognize the sin. (Rom. 3:10,11,23). There is no repentance if we believe that there is nothing wrong with self. 2. A person must realize that if he does not repent he will face God’s judgment-Hell (Rom. 6:23, Rev. 21:8).
3. In order for a person to come to Christ, he must realize who Christ is; that He is eternal God (Jn. 1:1,14; Col. 2:9).
4.He must totally depend on the atoning work of Christ on the cross to pay for all his sins and understand that there is nothing that he can add or needs to add to the atonement ( 1 Peter 3:18; Lk. 24:1-7)
Yet if we get sick, needing medical attention and have not proper medical insurance we will not receive the proper attention that’s needed.
Questions are being asked from every sector of American society about the direction we should head as a nation. Everyone from powerful politicians to the average person on the street seem to be confused about solutions for our declining inner cities.
“The budget should be balanced; the treasury should be refilled; public debt should be reduced; and arrogance of public officials should be controlled.”- Credit to Cicero 106-43 B.C. USA National debt $8,520,978,330,195.10, population US 299,432,257 as citizens we share a debt of $28,457.12. The National debt has continued to increase an average of $1.74 Billion per day since September 30, 2005. Reference to (www.brillig.com/debt_clock/
Family values is a must to reinstate the declining inner cities.
This essay is a mirror reflection of a global situation that is out of control.
We are a major Western industrious society yet, we are in debt.
Restoring At-Risk Communities, doing it together and doing it right. Credit to John M. Perkins.
Literature relating to financial classes in America, that will make you think, and appreciate. As a student reading these articles, and understanding the monetary system. It reminded me of Dr. John Stanko, seven ways to grow in mission work.
Count your Blessings God, through Paul, gives us (Ephesians) 3: 1-14) a sevenfold doxology of spiritual blessings, the result is growing up in everlasting.
1-The joy of being chosen, God has chosen us to be holy and blameless (V.4)
2-The joy of adoption, That means everything the Father has, whether it be, the cattle on the hills or His glorious throne, everything that the Father has belongs to you and me.
3-The joy of redemption, Realizing that He has purchased us is key to growing up in His everlasting joy.
4-The joy of wisdom, He’s given us His grace with all wisdom and understanding.
5-The joy of knowing, He has revealed the mystery of His will unto us.
6-The joy of inheritance, He’s given us an inheritance. We make a rich God a pauper by lack of faith in His ability to provide for all our needs.
7-The joy of being sealed, We have a holy heritage in Him. In Ephesians 1:13-14, God sealed it with His Holy Spirit. He guaranteed it. God guaranteed that I will be delivered in heaven. God has promised and He keeps His Word, even when we don’t.
I was very overwhelmed yet delighted with the outcome and the knowledge that I had gained. Marsh’s essay in comparison with Gregory Mantsios Class in America: Myths and Realities. Reality 1: 50% 0f the American population holds less than 3.5 percents of the nations wealth. The median household income (that is, half the American population made more the other half made less) was $22,420 in 1984.This is a margin of approximately $225 per week above the poverty level.