Month: August 2020

Money Part 3

Money – Part 3

How will we ever be able to pay for the national debt? We won’t, plain and simple. It’s the same as the dog trying to catch its tail—The dog has a better chance of catching the tail than us ever paying off the debt.

Money Part 2

Money – Part 2

Should we be under the gold standard? Biblically NO! Do you remember the three young Hebrews (Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego) who defied the King of Babylon and would not fall down and worship the gold statute nor consent to the Babylon gold system.

The In Crowd

The “In” Crowd

When I read the Bible, I see that the prophets were not in with the “in crowd”, they stood out. Was Job in with the in crowd? How about David? How about Paul? What about Abraham or Daniel? How about Ruth or Rahab? God does not discriminate whether it be man or woman?

Time

Time

If you could put time in a bottle, what would you wish for when you open the bottle? If you could go back in time, what would you do differently? Time is the like the river that flows forward constantly and never looks back.

Abundance

Abundance

Abundance is having food to eat, heat in your home, shelter, transportation, drinking water, a working mind and most of all, salvation in knowing that Jesus paid for your sins—and that you are saved from death and reunited with Jesus eternally.

Money Part 1

Money – Part 1

Is this the sign of the times? COVID-19, coin shortage, and banks not lending money for housing. Nervous about the economy, yes, most definitely as we see signs of the great depression of 1929 in the USA.

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