Wednesday, 2 March 2016

Not A Person Among Them Was Needy


Acts 4:32-33;
 "The whole congregation of believers were united as one--one heart, one mind! They didn't even claim ownership of their own possession. No one said, "that's mine; you can have it." They shared everything. The apostles gave everything. The apostles gave powerful witness to to the resurrection of the master Jesus, and grace was on all of them."

This is deep right?

Do You know that there is enough to go round? 

It's glaring that the rich selflessly gave away their resources, this way, the apostles used the monies and valuables disbursed, to take care of the need of all. They lived in unity and love.

Permit me to come from the empirical point of view which is the sociological way, lol. I'm a proud Sociologist and this is my field.

Socialism, Communism, and Capitalism are all Marxist theories. Max Weber was a German sociologist who was one of the founding fathers of Sociology. He propounded those social theories for social research. His full name is Karl Emil Maximilian "Max" Weber", he was aged 56 years (21st April 1864-14th June 1920). *hope I didn't bore some living souls with my interesting analysis? If I did, "ur just an olodo, lol".

The above theories explains that the state had control of the means of production. This entailed they lived in a classless society which means there were neither bourgeoisie or proletariat. Relating it to the Biblical interpretation, You'll agree with me that the exact same thing was experienced among the people and indeed Jesus was a Republican. *winks

It's our duty to help the needy. This way,divine favours begin to rest upon us and the Heavens begin to smile at us.

If we can't feed a hundred, feed one. Not forgetting that we can't help everyone but everyone can help someone.


Have a great day guys, be generous today in your dealings.  #Share this piece with a friend too*winks


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