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  • Writer's pictureRICHARD DEAN BROOKS



1Better the poor whose walk is blameless than a fool whose lips are perverse.

19: 1   Honesty is far more valuable than wealth, but most people don’t act as if they believe this. Afraid of not getting everything they want, they will pay any price to increase their wealth— cheating on their taxes, stealing from stores or employers, withholding tithes, refusing to give. But when we know and love God, we realize that a lower standard of living— or even poverty— is a small price to pay for personal integrity. Do your actions show that you sacrifice your integrity to increase your wealth? What changes do you need to make in order to get your priorities straight?

Tyndale. NIV Life Application Study Bible

So some are born into money, but some are not! And what lengths weill we go to have money? Well my length was selling dope, which entailed about 100 other compromises, lies, cheating someone out of something! And of course you can't report it so i screwed the government out of taxes , which entailed taking money that should be in our retirement accts. And i could list a whole page of things(sins) that i am sure God would not approve of. SO ON THE WAY HOME WALK WITH JESUS and make sure we don't allow satan to talk us into anything not in line with GOD's will and ways. By Richard Dean Brooks

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