Lottery / “ruined their lives”

Lottery / “ruined their lives”

Twelve years on, the pair have said the lottery “ruined their lives” and that they wish they had never won. [reference article below]


Money – your choice…

Money – the worthless promise…

Money – no middle ground, it’s God or money…

“You cannot serve both God and Money.” (Luke 16:13)

Bonus: No wonder Bill Gates doesn’t believe in God and the religious sneer at those who obey Jesus by despising the dollar.

And sneer they do. Sneering unto the destruction and killing of others. The hating and despising of money, be not fooled, for all the slander it is often this that produces the frenzy of persecution.

The Pharisees, who loved money, heard all this and were sneering at Jesus. (Luke 16:14)

Warning: King County Prosecutors ignorant of the power of God to produce a hatred and despising of money will sneer at such possibilities and prosecute. Their feelings assuring them that something is afoul.

The religious, well like Judas they will falsely accuse those who do despise the dollar of only being about themselves. This is why the hate crime of Athena Dean Holtz came in on the money issue as she understands greed better than most.

In fact, it was the giving that drove Judas to betray the Truth. Then one of the Twelve–the one called Judas Iscariot–went to the chief priests. (Matthew 26:14)

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Opinion Unto Righteousness / Timothy Williams / Enumclaw.com Washington / Saturday, August 27, 2016

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Article Reference

(telegraph.co.uk)—A married couple who won £2 million in the National Lottery have divorced after the wife began a relationship with one of the UK’s richest men.
David and Victoria Jones won £2.3 million in 2004, having been married for a month, and used the money to set up a successful property portfolio in Devizes, Wiltshire.
Twelve years on, the pair have said the lottery “ruined their lives” and that they wish they had never won.

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Mrs Jones, 41, who bought the winning ticket with the last pound coin in her purse, has reportedly left her husband for wealthy businessman Mike Clare – who sold bed retailer Dreams for £222 million in 2008.