Tag Archives: wealth

Too Much Stuff (Part 2)

Today I came out of Walmart looking for my car. At first I couldn’t find it. Then I realized that I was looking for our Chrysler Van, when in fact I was driving our Honda Accord! Once I set my … Continue reading

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Too Much Stuff?

I just heard about a lady who befriended a young man from India who was living in the United States. She felt sorry for him since his family was so far away, so she invited him to join her and … Continue reading

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Good Financial News

When it comes to finances, there is good news and there is bad news. The bad news is that the average American has almost no money in the bank. The good news is that the average American is $20 trillion … Continue reading

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Treasure

25-year-old Subhanna Beyah was recently arrested on suspicion of committing multiple thefts of jewelry and cash. Among her alleged victims is Shaun Rogers, a defensive tackle for the New York Giants. In March, Rogers reported $400,000 worth of jewelry missing … Continue reading

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The Look of Love

A rich young man once came to Jesus and asked how he could attain eternal life. Jesus knew that the young man’s attitude toward his wealth was keeping him from having a relationship with God. Jesus was about to tell … Continue reading

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Useless Gain

Huguette Clark Huguette Clark died May 31, 2011 at the age of 104. Ms. Clark inherited a fortune that her father made in the copper mining business. She seemed destined to enjoy a life of high society, but in her … Continue reading

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From Riches to Rags

Prov.21:17—“He who loves pleasure will become poor…” Many professional athletes do not know how to handle their new-found wealth. It is sad to see so many of them squander their fortunes in an attempt to buy happiness. Orlando Sentinel columnist … Continue reading

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