With the odds so against the average person winning the lottery, why do people continue to buy lottery tickets?
Paul went through all kinds of hardships: beatings, shipwrecks, starvation, homelessness, and imprisonment.
Written by Austin Pryor. Austin has 36 years of experience advising investors, and is the founder of the Sound Mind Investing newsletter and website. He’s the author of The Sound Mind Investing Handbook which enjoys the endorsements of respected Christian teachers with more than 100,000 copies sold. Austin lives in Louisville, Kentucky, with Susie, his wife of 50 years.
Have you ever experienced an event or situation in your life and you felt so down and depressed that you went shopping or purchased a “big-ticket” item to help yourself feel better?
Covetousness is “a desire for anything which is inordinate in degree, or a desire for that which rightfully belongs to another, especially in the realm of material things.”
Let’s look at Hebrews 13 and how these principles apply to us today.
If you answer “yes” to any of the following questions, you may be misplacing your life focus.
The closer we are to God and living with his eternal perspective, the greater we will “soar” in our daily lives.