Dear Black People, Please Stop Begging My Husband For Money

Yes, you read the title right, please stop begging money from my husband. The money that he has, whatever amount it is in his basket, small or great is for his 7 children. He can not take from the inheritance of his children and give to strangers. It is an abomination before the Lord for any man to do that.

The biggest problem black people have today is that they love to beg. They have been trained by their captors that begging is the only way out of poverty. But if begging eradicated poverty, Africa would be the richest continent today. How many billions are invested in Africa by the West, yet Africa sinks deeper and deeper in poverty each year. Surely if being a charity case was the answer, Africa would not be poor. If anything, it is because of her begging mentality, that makes Africa the poorest continent in the world.

Begging is a curse, because the money from begging never quite sets anyone free. That begging money will not build up your business. Instead of asking for money, it is wiser to ask how you can make your own money.

Now back to my Boaz, the King, he understands he has a calling on him, and that people’s lives that he actually touches are changed. He is gifted with both wisdom and intelligence, and spiritually he is gifted with discernment and faith. He gives people free consultation? He gives out his wisdom for free. In the world you pay to see a counsellor, a therapist, a pychiatrist or a PR consultant, even in churches you give your very last pennies to your Daddies and Pastors for just preaching the word to you. The King in his office as King of the North is doing all these services for free, just as how King David or King Solomon never charged anyone to see them, yet some people still write to the King asking for capital to start a business.

Where on earth have you ever seen a King giving money to people? The King is actually the one who is supposed to receive gifts from the people, not the other way round. When the King blesses you with his wisdom for free, you are the one who is supposed to thank the King and gift him, like a woman who was led a few weeks ago to bless us with a gift for our daughter Chaniya after the King prayed for her and blessed her with his wisdom, and change happened in her life, she couldn’t help but bless us.

Chaniya’s gift from our follower.

King Solomon’s job was to impart wisdom to the people, and change their lives, because wisdom is the principle thing. When people heard and saw how great Solomon’s wisdom was, they could not help but bring gifts to him.

A King or a prophet can only teach you how to get your healing or your breakthrough. They can only teach you how to fish, they will not give you the fish. They can only lead you to the water, they can not physically open your mouth and make you drink.

When you write to the King, and you get a reply from him, that’s it. You are even being honoured to receive a royal scroll from the Northern Palace. It is unto you to take the scroll and do what it says. The King will not converse with you any further. He does not have the time to spoon feed you after he has already imparted his wisdom to you, for free as well. He is helping people out of the goodness of his heart and his obedience to God.

I am reminded of the story of a man with leprosy, Naaman, in the book of 2nd Kings Chapter 5. Naaman was commander of the army of the king of Aram. He was a great man in the sight of his master and highly regarded, because through him the Lord had given victory to Aram. He was a valiant soldier, but he had leprosy.

In his household was a young Israelite slave girl, who served Naaman’s wife. This young slave girl knew of Elisha the Prophet, so she said to her mistress, “If only my master would see the prophet who is in Samaria! He would cure him of his leprosy.”

To cut the long story short, Naaman ended up standing at the door of Elisha the prophet, and Elisha did not even come out to meet him, but he sent his messenger to the door who said to Naaman, “Go, wash yourself seven times in the Jordan, and your flesh will be restored and you will be cleansed.”

Now Namaan became very angry that Elisha had not come out to meet him himself and raise his hand to his God and say, “Be Healed!” He was so angry that he was being told to do something so stupid like bathing 7 times in a dirty river. He refused to do it, but his servants spoke to him and said,  “If the prophet had told you to do some great thing, would you not have done it? How much more, then, when he tells you, ‘Wash and be cleansed’!”

So Naaman humbled himself, and went and dipped himself 7 times in the river Jordan. And behold his skin became like that of a child. And he went to Elisha the prophet, stood before him and pleaded to gift the prophet, but Elisha refused his gift. I certainly don’t blame him, I would have refused such a gift from a person of such pride and little faith.

So back to my husband, when people write to him with spiritual problems, he will certainly give you the remedy which may sound exactly like doing something so stupid like washing yourself 7 times. If you are a Namaan and that is not good enough for you, then so be it.

Remember the words of King Solomon, “Time and chance happens to us all.” Sometimes the very thing you ignore, wanting silver and gold instead, is your time and chance. The King always tells me that some people are actually suffering in poverty because they refuse to clear the spiritual issues which blocks their financial blessings. So if you refuse to wash in the river 7 times…how much more do you expect the floodgates of heaven to open for you.

Yes, the King can only tell you to wash in the river Jordan 7 times, he can only tell you what you yourself have to do to eradicate your problem. He will not come to meet you at the door himself, he will not take you to the river Jordan, you go there by yourself, and he will certainly not dip you in the river, you dip yourself in it.

And lastly, he will never ever give you even a penny, he is not a charity organization, he is the King Of The North.

The Genesis Of The Revelation By

Mary-Tamar was Jean

3 thoughts on “Dear Black People, Please Stop Begging My Husband For Money

  1. This is so true.His wisdom is deep and if He gives you word from the Most High Yah then consider yourself blessed and if you don’t do as he says then it’s your own fault.Bless you King of the Northern Palace.

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    1. Bill Sanders, We will never stop demanding reparations from your bloody thieves until you pay for what you stole from us. And you stop with that nonsense of yours now.

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