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God’s definition of wealth never changes…
The joke is that today’s newspaper is tomorrow’s bird cage lining. Our neighbor piles his newspapers on our doorstep, so we can use them in the doggie corner. What a contrast with the Good News of Jesus Christ!
Hawkers on television continually offer THE products that will revolutionize the world. For less than $20, the world can be ours!
“Jesus loves me this I know, for the Bible tells me so.” These simple words in the beloved hymn for children, speak to the most profound truth in Scripture.
One of the highlights of my childhood was our frequent trips to visit our grandparents. My most vivid memories of those trips consists of the times that my Grandmother would make me a special cup of coffee (about two-thirds milk & sugar and one-third coffee).
It was a coastal city with more than one half a million people living in it. History says that sailors would frequent the city hawking their goods searching for fame and fortune.
Cassandra called our office two weeks ago because she was struggling through a difficult time. She was requesting financial assistance. She had not eaten in two days.
More than 2500 years ago, Habakkuk, a man of God, approached God in prayer. He literally “cried out” to God. He pleaded with God to do something about the mess in the world around him. He wondered aloud if God would hear his prayer?
It has been a genuine privilege for me to be associated this week with around sixty young men who are between fifteen years of age and college age. We have been involved in serious Bible study.
Jesus taught us how to live and to die.