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Wisdom for the day

08/20/2017

If you continue where you are aimed, where will you end up?

The problem isn’t, “I don’t have enough money.” The real problem is, “I don’t have enough contentment.”

Day-old bread has very little nutrition; only “daily bread” will help us.

Of all the commands of Jesus, probably the one most broken by Christians is: “Do not store up for yourselves treasure on earth.”

When was the last time a twenty dollar bill said to you, “I will never leave you or forsake you.”

Exceeding the speed limit is a passive form of rebellion and anarchy against God and man.

Can you truly call yourself a follower of Jesus if you consume more of your income for your own comfort and pleasure than investing in the lives of others?  He lived a selfless life.  How about you?

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