Appearance | Gift | Lost | Perspective | Worldliness

Robert Blemins of Whittier, CA sent in the story of the hoodlums who broke into a department store one night. They didn’t steal or destroy anything; they just had a wonderful time — switching price tags. The next morning, customers were puzzled and delighted to find fur coats selling for $5. Cold cream was priced at $150, a silver service for $1.75 and a pair of ladies hose for $390. There were umbrellas for $1000 and diamond rings for $2. The question is — has something come into our lives and switched the price tags? Are the things of time of more value to us than things of eternity? Are material gifts worth more than spiritual gifts? How we need to learn anew that a man’s life consists of the things that make for eternity. The Women’s World, by Viola Walden in Int. Christian Ministries 90603

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