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July 24, 2011


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This is an obvious test that any person of integrity would pass.

After saying that I find that there are many who blur that line but never get caught.

Funny thing is when they do get caught they do not hink they have done anything wrong because they have justified it in their minds.

Amen, Brother!

That's what is so wonderful about following Christ. You do not use what you think of as a reason to do these money matters. You look to Him and His word. I have been retired for about 6 years and, looking to Him, my giving has increased two-fold. I use it for His work and anything else that I think will benefit those He loves - which is everyone.

Wow...this reminds me of Ananias and Sephira. Things didn't turn out for them when they chose to deceive.

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