I normally let people make their own decisions with a very hands off approach, but after reading the "Living Together in Bethel" (or whatever the name of the piece of crap book is) I need to vent a bit.
Anyone here is very familiar with the "quit your job or at least cut way back" talks that we were subjected to seemingly every other week. After all, good Dubz need time to prepare, attend, pioneer etc. A good friend of mine left her job at an insurance Co. to pioneer. She is selling food in the streets in her country to make ends meet and currently lives in a house with no floors. Well floors of dirt. This is a 30 ish beautiful, charming and (I used to think) intelligent woman who is now literally living in squalor because of the Dubz. She tried to cut back her hours was fired and now because of the economy in her country and the fact that she neither qualifies for unemployment or Dub-Aid she's almost in the street. A$$HOLES!
Imagine my surprise when I just tonight found out that Bethel
slavery service, requires the Dubz to spend a minimum of 50 hours per week working? Actually it's a 47 hour mandated work week but they are "encouraged" (in writing) to work more hours.
I'm just at a friggin' loss how working in a factory is a spiritual experience and why it's OK with the Dubz to work like a dog at Bethel but everyone else is VERY STRONGLY URGED to cut back on work hours. In the case of my friend to the point that she is now in dire trouble. Makes no sense to me.
On the other hand have you all seen the picture of their lead Attorney's house on 123 Brimstone in Patterson? I would bet it asesses at $1.5-$2Million. Anyone know what he nails down a year in salary and bennies?