Just out of curiosity

of those 100 people who are making under $500 per month would you say are making under $0 per month?

When you invite someone to join your “business” do you tell them honestly about those statistics?

As I read the Gospels, it is not about me and my financial success that Jesus is concerned — it is about my loyalty to God and my treating others as I would like to be treated. It is about loving my fellow man, not taking advantage of him for my own financial gain. Do not be deceived, you will reap what you sow. You might also want to remember that the love of money is the root of all evil. And, Seek ye first the kingdom of God and His righteousness… Believe it or not, God does not want you, or me, or anyone else to be rich or even well off; He wants us to be humble and generous and loving. That is why He says that it is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God. Be very careful, my friend, eternity is a very long time. Choose carefully today for your choices today will determine your tomorrows! All that glitters is not gold!

The fellow who founded the con game/MLM that I was in was reportedly a deacon of his church. The con man who tried to recruit me into Amway years ago is a doctor and a member of my church. However, I would submit that there are wolves in sheeps clothing and that Satan, not God, is the Father of lies. I have yet to find an MLM that was not based on deceipt. The big lie being that “you are just out to help people” when the vast majority of recruits are not helped, but hurt, financially and otherwise.

You can blow my post off, as you probably will, but that will not change things.

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