No Pockets in a Shroud

Job was a wealthy man, but in a course of quick and awful events he lost it all. ¬†Everything -- children, livestock, servants, and property. Job's response to the loss was to say, "I was born naked, and I will leave this world naked," Job 1:21. ¬†More modern versions of this saying are, "There are... Continue Reading →

How much can I keep?

The man was wealthy and young. Luck had gone his way, and he had amassed a large amount of money and property. He used his money in make more investments and purchase his way into the power structures of his community. Those who knew him believed him to be an upstanding and religious person. If... Continue Reading →

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