The Three rules of Law…

Many years ago I was ignorant…I was young yes, but was not aware of some of the things I know now. Recently I was reading something in a book which described one of the laws I refer to. By doing so, it shows us that the first law is in fact present, due to the mere differentiation. The final rule is the biggest, best and most productive rule. 

 

The three rules are as followed…

 

  1. The poor
  2. The rich
  3. The righteous

Rule number one is the common rule, which we are told by the media, which we see in TV shows and we here on the radio. This is the rule we hear about the most because the poor cover the majority of the population. Most people are poor in one way or another. Poor people are conditioned stereotypically to continue in the same manners and principles. The poor rarely make it to be rich because it is hard for people to leave what they know best…

The second rule is rarely spoken of but once you come across it, you cannot deny it any longer. The rich are different from the poor so why would they follow the same rules? When you think of it like this, it all makes sense. This rule was highlighted to me recently in something I was reading. I have also written about these things before in my fact Vs. Opinion articles. A man was talking about how he had broken several rules and wound up detained abroad in a foreign country. Instead of facing the “COMMON” procedures, he was released from detention with no indictments and was also cleared through customs and checks without being searched. In the past I have been through airports and have been checked so what is the difference? At the time I was poor and was unknowing anyway so it made no difference. Society tells us that we need to be checked but this rich man walked through with ease. The fact that this person could do something most people couldn’t suggests and only points to one thing…There are different rules.Not surprisingly, they had just come off a 1st class fight.

The final rule is the righteous rule… This is the rule I live by. The righteous rule is no respector of person and allows anyone who desires to be there a place. You can choose to live life rich and be richer than those who dwell in rule 2, or you can be poor and dwell here. Whatever you decide you are accepted. It occurred to me however, the rich think they control the world but they don’t, the righteous do. Many of the righteous just don’t know it…You are given the education, the skills, the opportunity. All you have to do is make a decision to change.

 

Israel

He’s learning to serve the Christian community better and better each day through his teaching on the Bible (both theory and practical application for everyday life). Israel Ikhinmwin loves to share the truth of God’s word and be an example for other Christians looking to develop your faith.

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