Fast food eateries are considered budget friendly. What’s your favorite? A hamburger place? Or do you go for breakfast foods, perhaps a waffle joint? Or is your go-to food chicken every time, ...

One Christian teaching instructs us to sell all we have and give to the poor. Does that mean we should live on the dole, forego any of life’s luxuries, and never plan for the future? Is paycheck ...

America is an affluent nation. Not everyone has bucketloads of cash, but we live well by the standards of much of the world. We consume what advertisers offer, and we’re told it’s not enough. ...

An animal chained to a stake has a certain amount of freedom. It can loll in the sun, enjoy a good meal, and even run and play, if it doesn’t try to go past the length of the chain. The chain ...

We see success as something to achieve. It’s a ladder we must climb. The top is where we want to be. It’s the elevated position in the clouds that allows us to survey the path we’ve traveled ...

We flip a coin, and we make our choice by how it lands. Our decision falls one way or the other. Rock, paper, or scissors? Left or right. Hot or cold. Bitter or sweet. Right or wrong. Arrrgh! How ...

Opportunity is more than chance. We don’t trudge along, and out of nowhere, we are inundated with job offers, marriage proposals, and “lucky” breaks. People who get the breaks are people who ...

―  Also find us at www.MyChurchNotes.com  ― America is a cash-happy culture. We want to have the best, to be flashier than our neighbor, and for others to envy us. That’s ...

Comfort is good. We like our soft beds, air conditioned houses, and quiet-running cars. We work hard, and we deserve what we get. Let’s pull out that phrase: We deserve what we get. It can be ...

It’s easy to depend on God when we’re caught in the fist of poverty. We have nothing, so we have nothing to lose. Ask God for a million dollars? Ludicrous. We’re happy with a meal on the table. ...

A healthy bank account makes us feel good. It’s also wise accounting. We should plan financially so that we can meet our bills and not be a burden to others. Can we keep too much in our coffers? ...

Tithing is scriptural. Duh, we think. Of course, it is. The concept is woven throughout the teachings of the Old Testament. Leviticus 27:30 sets the lay of the land. We don’t have a choice, ...

Ah, Turkey Day, the day of the feast! What a fine prospect lies ahead of us! We expect a smorgasbord of goodies, from meats and candied fruits to desserts aplenty. After we’ve consumed all we ...
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