Being a Debt Slave by Priestess Jane Casson

This is Priestess Jane Casson of the Ecumenical Order of Christ. Today I will be talking about being a debt slave.
Slavery has been practiced throughout history, and when people think about this, they often think of African slaves picking cotton on American farms in the broiling sun while being treated badly and whipped into submission. However, this way of thinking was not always true, as mostly the slave masters looked after their slaves.

From a study by Olmstead & Rhode in 2010, the average slave only picked cotton in the coolest months from September to December for only 75 days. Throughout the entire year the slave was given free housing, food, clothes, medical care, retirement care, access to education and other benefits. The slave owners were running a business and wanted to treat their slaves well. If they were injured the owners would go out of business, so slaves were well looked after.

Today the average worker labors all day long with maybe one day off a week. Since the Industrial Revolution workers have worked with the high risk of injury and even death.
Most jobs now have no free benefits as were benefited by the American slaves. People are now slaves to debt, working 40 hours sometimes 60 hours a week, to pay for everything they need to live.

They think they are free, but most are debt slaves, working more hours than any generation. They do not have the time to spend as they should, with their families and loved ones and doing what they love. We are living in a world that is being controlled and manipulated by Satan making mankind into a debt slave. However, changes have already started in this world. The Returned Christ Lord RayEl, is here to judge the people, to remove all evil from the Kingdom and bring his New and Everlasting Kingdom. He will be crowned King soon and will divinely rule. Lord RayEl’s New Kingdom will be for those who have been judged and deemed worthy. It will be a Kingdom of Truth, of light: of Everlasting life, and Everlasting Love. It is reserved for those with an enlightened mind and a noble heart.
The chosen people for this New Kingdom will be required to contribute to the betterment of society, but nowhere near the labor being forced upon the earth today. People will work less hours than they do today, and their burdens will be less, giving themselves more time to spend with their families and loved ones.
Matthew 11v28-30 says “Come unto me, all of you who labor and are forced to bear burdens, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am peaceful and meek in my heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is pleasant and my burden is light.”

Love God, Love Each Other.