YOU CANNOT SERVE YAH AND MAMMON

No servant can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve YAH and mammon. LUQAS (LUKE) 16:13 את CEPHER



Most of this verse is pretty straight forward and easy to understand. But what about the last part… you cannot serve God and mammon.

What is the mammon thing? Many translations will end this verse “you cannot serve both God and money” but that falls short of the real meaning. Mammon is much more than money.


Mammon is defined as materialism, and worldly gain. It is material wealth regarded as having an evil influence. More importantly it is personified as a false elohiym in the New Testament.

So to rephrase the verse, it could say “you cannot serve both ELOHIYM and the false god of money, materialism and worldly gain.”



How do we know if we are serving this false elohiym?

In the book Wealth, Riches & Mon