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A few months ago, the CEO of Goldman Sachs, Lloyd Blankfein, claimed to be "doing God's work" in his banking business. His statement was actually true, because it is God who raised up Mystery Babylon to bring judgment upon America through banking and usury.
Last week, former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson was interviewed by Charlie Rose on late-night TV. He told his version of the story of the collapse of Lehman Brothers back in September of 2008. He said that he called his wife and told her that he thought Lehman Brothers was about to collapse, and he asked her to pray for him.
I have been calling for repentance in America for many years, but this is not exactly what I had in mind. Getting religious is not repentance. Repentance is a change of mind and heart, a recognition (in this case) that usury is a sin and resolving, as did Zaccheus, to restore fourfold of all that was taken unjustly (Luke 19:8).
Someone composed The Lloyd's Prayer recently in honor of Lloyd Blankfein in his attempt to do God's work:
The Lloyd's Prayer
Who art at Goldman,
Blankfein be thy name.
The rally's come. God's work be done
On earth, as there's no fear of correction.
Give us this day our daily gains,
And bankrupt our competitors,
As you taught Lehman and Bear their lessons.
And bring us not under indictment,
For thine is the Treasury,
And the House and the Senate
Forever and ever.