Nobody is “good for nothing.” You can always be used as a bad example. The first Biblical example of someone who was apparentlyÂ good for nothing was Adam”s son Cain. That is because he did everything his way instead of doing things God’s way. Now let’s apply God’sÂ way to our nation today.
One of theÂ messages from the Bible that I remember my parentsÂ teaching me was: “If a man will notÂ work, he shall not eat.” 2Thessalonians 3:10Â This quickly separates those who are handicapped and unable to work from thoseÂ who are lazy and just will not work. There is a big difference and it seems that as a nation, we are having trouble differentiating between the two.
Wholesale stores such as CostcoÂ are learning that lesson. They have opened their stores to the EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer) i.e. people on food stamps, and theft has skyrocketed according to inside sources. This doesn’t mean that everybody on food stamps is a thiefÂ but it certainly paints a different story than most liberals would have you believe about who needs help and who doesn’t.
Just as alarming, the state (that means you and me as taxpayers)Â is paying their first year membership fees. WHAT??? As IÂ implied before, welfareÂ and food stamps doesn’t automatically mean poor. It may mean lazy. And it may mean lazy and a thief; if notÂ from stores such as Costco, from the working people in the state. Let’sÂ elect people who willÂ help the federal and state governments differentiate between poor people who can’t work and poor people who won’t work.