The Higher Liberty
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The Higher Liberty
by Gregory HHC, d
Minister of His Holy Church
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“Seven men in Wall Street now control a great share of the fundamental industry and resources of the United States.”1
“In 1910, seven men met on Jekyll Island just off the coast of Georgia to establish a central bank, which they called the Federal Reserve Bank...” 2
There have been many groups of seven. They are either going toward the kingdom or away from it. While the previous groups gathered for their own profit and gain, here is a group that was heading toward the kingdom and the purposes of Stephen.
“In September of 1959, seven men ... met to discuss the feasibility of starting a federal credit union. They started very small, with only one teller operating out of a small service window in the employee cafeteria... upholding the “People Helping People” philosophy ...”3
The spirit that brought them together was far more noble than what commonly brings banks or the seven on Jekyll Island together.
“How are credit unions different from banks?”
“Credit unions’ core values and structure are very different from those of banks. As a member, you’re not just a customer; you’re an owner, with a say in the future course of the credit union. Plus, credit unions’ not-for-profit status means that all earnings are returned to the members in the form of great rates and low fees. Banks, on the other hand, exist to make a profit for shareholders, so their definition of success is different.”
“Credit unions also give members the chance to get involved. The board of directors is made up entirely of volunteers, as is the supervisory committee (which audits the credit union’s books). As a volunteer, you can be a driving force in your credit union.” 4
All roads lead to Rome and all roads lead to the kingdom. It is all about direction. Repent, turn around and go the other way.
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