During the great Depression in the United States following the devastating 1929 Stock Market Crash, many persons gave personal testimony which said that they had not begun to discover what life was all about until they had lost their fortunes.
There was a University Economics Professor who began each new course with the sentence …
“The unique thing about money is its absolute worthlessness.”
Henry Thoreau once said,
“Money is not required to buy one necessity of the soul.”
The Lord Jesus said,
“It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the Kingdom of God.”
Why is it then that our present Age is so deeply immersed in materialism?
Why is our Society seemingly more interested in the things money can buy than in the values money cannot buy?
Why is our Christian Religion being so thoroughly debased by persons who proudly proclaim how much money they have been making since…
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