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2 Masters



Conservatives and Evangelicals say that they are Christians.
Yet, they insist that we must reopen the economy during
this pandemic even if people must die for the economy.
They care more about money than they do about human lives.
They insist that the elderly should be willing to die to save the economy.

Jesus said you can’t serve two masters.
You can’t love both God and money.
You either love God and hate money or love money and hate God.
If you feel it’s alright to sacrifice the lives of others in this pandemic,
so, you can make more and more money, then it’s obvious that
you have chosen money over God.

So, you don’t tell me how much you love God or how good a
Christian you are because you are a hypocrite.
You are willing to make riches over the dead bodies of others.
You seem to forget that you can’t take it with you when you die.
You have willingly sold your soul and your humanity for a pocketful of gold
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