We lost these things when the early apostles hid themselves (for fear), exonerated themselves from the secular system (for holiness), and sold there properties (to sinners); eating, drinking and making merriment when they’re not working (yet we call it ‘sharing in common’).
It is sad, especially, when children grow wishing their parents had not been involved in Christian work because they had to grow up in serious material hardship
If you succeed as a business man they’ll say it’s ritual money.
If you’re a politician they’ll say it’s people’s money.
If you grow as a man of God they’ll say it’s Church money.