A wise warning
If you lack the means to pay, your very bed will be snatched from under you. Proverbs 22:27 New International Version
This is a wise warning for everyone today.
Personally it is my belief that everyone should cut up their credit cards and throw them away.
In the old days people used to save up for something if they wanted it or needed it.
In today’s world people seek instant gratification and foolishly go into dept. Then you become a slave to the credit card companies.
Many times stores will arrange things and play music that encourages people to buy.
If you go into a store with a list and a set amount of money you will not be tempted to foolishly buy unneeded merchandise.
People today need to learn the difference between gotta have and wanna have.
Prayer: Please Jehovah Jireh (God our provider) provide me with the strength and wisdom to live with in my means so as to remain free from the wicked slavery of debt. I sincerely ask this in the name of the most beautiful one in whom has paid my debt on the cross Jesus Christ. Amen.
May the sweet sunshine of Jesus' precious love bless you today and every day.
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