Most of us could stand to think a little harder about using credit wisely. Especially if we are like the man who was speaking to his coworker: "I'm proud to say that I have worked for 30 years, saved, scrimped, budgeted, invested - just so I could give my kids what I never had; a father up to his eyeballs in debt."
That guy was probably worth his weight in plastic.
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Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Dec 2, 2004
Well over 100 years ago, Charles Spurgeon put it this way, discussing how conversion can inadvertently make one self-absorbed: “….One of the first works of the Holy Spirit is to make the man look at home, and to consider the condition of his own soul. When the Spirit of God has made a man thus ...read more