Luke 16:1-9 And he said also unto his disciples, there was a certain rich man,which had a steward and the same was accused unto him that he had wasted his goods. And he called him and said to him, how is it that I hear this of you? Give an account of your stewardship for you may no longer be steward. Then the steward said within himself, what shall I do for my lord takes the stewardship away from me? I cannot dig and am too ashamed to beg. I am resolved what to do so that when I am put out of the stewardship, they may receive me into their houses. So he called every one of his lord's debtors to him and said to the first, how much do you owe my lord? And he said, a hundred measures of oil. And he said to him, take your bill and sit down quickly and write fifty. Then he said to another, and how much do you owe? And he said, a hundred measures of wheat. And he said to him, take your bill and write fourscore. And the lord commended the unjust steward because he had done wisely for the children of this world are in their generation wiser than children of the light. And I say unto you make to yourselves friends of the mammon of unrighteousness that when you fail, they may receive you into everlasting habitations.
Luke was a Pharisee and so was Mark, they wrote lying accounts of what is claimed to be testimony of Christ. According to liar Luke:
1. Christ praises the unjust steward.
2. Christ commands the steward to make friends with 'the money of unrighteousness'.
The Jewish Pharisees consider all Gentiles to be the unrighteous, and they did and continue to make themselves friends of the money of the unrighteous. The Jew Pharisees decided that since the Lord is going to remove them from their position, then the Pharisees shall go to the unrighteous to cozy up to their wealth. So the Pharisees went to the Gentiles telling them:
1. Here is your altar (Hebrews 13:10).
2. Here is your altar ritual (1 Corinthians 11:26).
3. We are of God and you must obey us (Hebrews 13:17).
4. God commands that you pay us money (Romans 15:27, 1 Timothy 5:16-18, 1 Cor. 9:9-11).
Here is the parable of Christ that the Pharisees respond to in Luke 16:1-9:
Matthew 21:33-46 Hear another parable. There was a certain householder who planted a vineyard and hedged it round about, dug a winepress in it and built a tower and let it out to husbandmen and went to a far off country. When the time of the fruits drew near, he sent his servants to the husbandmen that they might receive the fruits thereof. And the husbandmen took his servants and beat one, and killed another and stoned another. Again, he sent other servants more than the first, and they did unto them likewise. Last of all he sent to them his son saying, they will reverence my son. But when the husbandmen saw the son, they said among themselves, this is the heir, come let us kill him and seize on his inheritance. And they caught him and cast him out of the vineyard and slew him. When the lord of the vineyard comes, what will he do to those husbandmen? They said to him, he will miserably destroy those wicked men and will let out his vineyard to other husbandmen who shall render him the fruits in their seasons ... And when the chief priests and Pharisees heard his parables they perceived that he spoke of them ....
Again, the Pharisees' response to the parable of Christ stated above:
Luke 16:1-9 And he said also unto his disciples, there was a certain
rich man,which had a steward and the same was accused unto him that he
had wasted his goods. And he called him and said to him, how is it that
I hear this of you? Give an account of your stewardship for you may no
longer be steward. Then the steward said within himself, what shall I
do for my lord takes the stewardship away from me? I cannot dig and am
too ashamed to beg. I am resolved what to do so that when I am put out
of the stewardship, they may receive me into their houses. So he
called every one of his lord's debtors to him and said to the first, how
much do you owe my lord? And he said, a hundred measures of oil. And
he said to him, take your bill and sit down quickly and write fifty.
Then he said to another, and how much do you owe? And he said, a
hundred measures of wheat. And he said to him, take your bill and write
fourscore. And the lord commended the unjust steward because he had
done wisely for the children of this world are in their generation wiser
than children of the light. And I say unto you make to yourselves
friends of the mammon of unrighteousness that when you fail, they may
receive you into everlasting habitations.
1. The son of God commends the unjust husbandmen? That is what the Pharisees say of themselves "And the lord commended the unjust steward". The Pharisees substitute 'steward' for 'husbandmen'.
2. The son of God said children of the world are wiser than children of the Light? The son of God told his apostles to be as wise as serpents and harmless as doves (Matthew 10:16). Children of the Light can be as wise as the snake Pharisee children of the world. Pharisees are snakes, and they are no more wise than a wise child of the Light.
3. The son of God commands to be "friends of the mammon of unrighteousness"? Most certainly the son of God never instructs to be friends with any thing that is unrighteous.
4. Who are these who "receive" "into everlasting habitations" those who make friends with the "mammon of unrighteousness"? God is the only kingdom that is forever, and God condemns the unrighteous to the eternal fire. Liar Luke claims that the son of God said: I say to you that you make to yourselves friends of the mammon of unrighteousness that when you fail, they may receive you into everlasting habitations. Who are "they" who do the receiving into everlasting habitations of failed men? There is only One Lord (God the father, God the son and God the Holy Spirit, Numbers 23:19, Isaiah 14:13), and he alone appoints the everlasting habitation of all mankind: either with God (Matthew 25:34), or with Satan in the eternal fire (Matthew 25:41). The good people are received by God, the evil people are condemned by God.
Luke 16:1-9 is the response of the Pharisees to the Lord's statement in Matthew 21:33-46. Going to kick us out, Lord, not going to happen because we go to the Gentiles and make friends with their money, say the Pharisees in Luke 16:1-9. The blind snake Pharisees think in their darkened minds that the Lord shall commend them for being so wise in moving over to the Gentiles, as they write in Luke that the lord commends the unjust steward (unjust Pharisees).
The steward halves the debt owed by debtors to his master. A parable that speaks of debt owed to God by people who have yet to cease sinning against God. The son of God forgives such debt for all who believe on him and tells how to be forgiven. The son of God does not call to repentance people who are already doing what is lawful, but calls to repentance those who are breaking God's law (Ezekiel Ch. 18, Matthew 9:12-13). The steward represents the Pharisees who went to the Gentiles telling them how to be relieved of their debts to God. The Pharisees declare you are now purified and sanctified by God by doing as the Pharisees dictate (gospel of Pharisee Paul). Just as the steward's debt relief does not hold because he had no right to lower their debt, only the steward's lord had that right, so too the alleged means to being made right in the eyes of God that is taught by Pharisee Paul does not hold because it is his lie and not the Lord's teaching!
Is there a difference between "make friends with the mammon of
unrighteousness" and "you cannot serve God and mammon" or are they stating the same thing? The one is
saying be friends with mammon, the other is saying that being friends
with mammon is to be an enemy of God. Yet both are in Luke at 16:9 and
16:13! Only in liar Pharisee Luke (same with Pharisee Mark) would
one find such a lie, where God commands to be friends with the money of
unrighteousness! Mark and Luke contain many lies.
Christian leaders are big on calling money evil, as Paul says of it too,
so give that evil money to them. They are always seeking money just
like their pig master Paul who is in Hell.
The steward represents the Pharisees and he is a thief. He stole from his lord by lessening debt of his lord's debtors through theft. That parable regarding debt is speaking of evil people's debt to God. If any evil person wants that debt erased, then cease doing evil. The Pharisees erase evil people's debt owed to God by means that does not erase the debt owed to God, but the Pharisees lie and say same does erase the debt because they are out to steal the wealth of the unrighteous, not to teach unrighteous people to turn to righteousness, which they cannot do because they are of Satan and so do not speak the truth of God. The Pharisees are not in any way concerned with the souls of men, (Rev. 18:13), they are only out to get money and so they teach a way to be saved that is not of God and does keep the Gentile believers in slavery to themselves. In the first churches, the Gentiles were commanded to turn over all their wealth to the false apostle Pharisees (Acts Ch. 4). Pharisee Paul did not have an easy time always in getting Gentiles to give him their wealth. In Timothy 5:16-18 and 1 Corinthians 9:9-11, Pharisee Paul gets much harsher with the Gentiles commanding them it is God's command that they turn over their wealth to the Pharisees. Paul teaches his prey the lie that God's law is done away with (Colossians 2:16), but he retains one command and that is Deuteronomy 25:4, which he claims is God ordering Gentiles to pay money to their church masters (1 Timothy 5:16-18, 1 Cor. 9:9-11).
Is debt that people owe to God for sinning against him erased by turning away from evil deeds? The answer is yes, according to the Lord:
John 12:46 I am the Light that is come into the world that whosoever believes in me should not abide in darkness
Believing in the Lord means you turn from evil deeds, if you were doing evil deeds:
John 3:20 For every one who does evil hates the light, neither comes to the light lest his deeds be reproved
What to make of Pharisee Paul who claims to be of the Light, chosen by the Light, claims to have doctrine from the Light yet all the while he practices evil:
Romans 7:19 I do not know how to do good. I am a practitioner of evil
If you believe the Lord, then you rightly conclude that since Pharisee Paul says he practices evil, then he must also hate the light (John 3:20). Knowing that Pharisee Paul hates the light, then you must conclude that his gospel is not of God. His gospel is not of God, but is of Satan.
The Lord makes it clear that evildoers have no part with God. They dwell in darkness and shall end up in Hell:
John 3:19 And this is the condemnation. That light is come into the world but men loved darkness rather than light because their deeds are evil
And other sayings, such as in Matthew 11:20-24, where the Lord tells evil people they shall go to Hell when they die because they refuse to stop doing evil.
The steward/husbandmen Pharisees erase debt evil people owe to God based on their own terms and the debt is not erased:
Isaiah 66:17 Those who purify themselves and sanctify themselves in the gardens behind one tree in the midst eating swine's flesh and the abomination and the mouse shall all together be consumed
The Gentile Christians throw in with the wicked husbandmen (Pharisees) in agreeing to believe in Pharisee Paul's way of erasing debt owed to God. Whereas the son of God says people are condemned for refusing to stop doing evil deeds, Pharisee Paul says the condemned and those who have their debts erased are all unceasingly evildoers while in the flesh and blood body, but the latter are chosen by God and the righteousness of Christ is given to them and they shall cease doing evil once they receive their new body. Pharisee Paul claims that when God looks upon a convert to Paul's gospel that God deems such person to be as righteous as Christ, regardless of their deeds:
Romans 7:19 I do not know how to do good. I am a practitioner of evil
Pharisee Paul says that God choose him to reveal his son in him and that he practices evil while he is revealing God's son to the world. An evil godly man? Pharisee Paul says he is an evil godly man. The Son already revealed himself and his doctrine remains in the world to this day. Pharisee Paul does not reveal the son, but reveals the Pharisees' plan to steal the wealth of the Gentiles in his gospel.
The Pharisees are a bunch of lazy dogs: "I cannot dig", and are full of evil pride, "I am too ashamed to beg", so what do the Pharisees do to make a living for themselves? They lie and steal in order to get their riches in this world. Also, murder and all other manner of evil deeds they do:
Matthew 23:25 Pharisees are full of extortion and excess
The Pharisees are most evil, they absolutely hate God. They wrote the Talmud, the Mishnah (aka Oral Tradition), the gospel of Pharisee Paul, the Koran, Freemasonry, the Book of Jubilees and perhaps other doctrines. They deceive the whole world by their doctrines (Rev. 18:23, Matthew 16:12).
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