The word “mine” does not exist in reality for any human being, but try to explain that to them. “My” car, “my” house, “my” pet, even to the furthest extreme, “my” God. We own nothing, we never have, but we like to pretend we do, we like to trade “our” time for money so that we can purchase that thing, we like to attempt to set up tomorrow so that our time is used efficiently, and when someone interrupts the order, we become upset, because that time that we thought was ours has been taken away from us by an unforeseen event, when that time never belonged to us in the first place.
Do you still have and wear your clothes from when you were an infant, do you still attend to the same matters in your life with the same enthusiasm that you had for them decades ago, probably not. We do not just want or crave the ownership of things and time, or even of our own path in this life, we see it as right, something we were born with, in fact, nearly every nation has some form of clause in their by-laws that states that, to a degree, human beings have inalienable rights, they like to call them freedoms, and we have come to think of them as ours.
What is happening all around the world is that those who are in positions of power have amassed vast financial resources, and part of those resources are used for the hiring of those who are trained in the use of force, in weaponry, in obedience to the laws that these individuals have determined to be in the best interest of all, at least that is what we are to believe, but power always leads to a desire for more power, and when it has been attained, it holds it with an iron grip. What is occurring is a plan, a devious, worldwide plan to force upon all what I have stated at the beginning of this letter to you, that in all reality, you own nothing.
In this, they speak truth, “Naked came I out of my mother’s womb, and naked shall I return thither: the LORD gave, and the LORD hath taken away; blessed be the name of the LORD.” (Job 1:21) Even your soul does not belong to you, so to believe that anything you own here will for all eternity be yours is foolish in the extreme. The strongest, whether it be in forces, in strength, deviousness, or of the mind, in the world of man always wins, always. If the protestors with their signs and placards get out of line, they will be repressed, with bullets if necessary, if voices are raised that go against the desired objective, those voices can, and will be silenced. The World Economic Forum is correct in their statement, “You will own nothing,” but it matters little to them if you are happy with that or not, what they want they will take, they have the power and authority to do so, and if you refuse, then they will use the law, if you still attempt to stand against them, you will die.
This is coming, and there is no stopping it, if you are a born-again believer then you know this to be true, but you also understand and rejoice in that opening statement, for you are already aware that all you “own,” all “your” time, even your very life is in the quite capable hands of Jesus Christ. But here then is where I would ask you a question, does your life reflect that truth, can you walk away from all you own, from everything you love at a moments notice, if He so asks you to?
Now that my friends is a very personal question, and your answer to it just showed you what your personal faith in Christ is like at this particular moment in time. We are crucified with Christ, (Gal. 2:20) we are His workmanship, (Eph. 2:10) we are slaves, but just how willing a slave are you. We do not need the World Economic Forum to tell us that “We will own nothing and be happy,” we already knew that.