August 22 2009

August 22 2009—Daily Journal


Proverbs 22:1 →Also, a good name does not equal great wealth, neither should wealth=a good name. These are two different things.


Proverbs 22:3 →What dangers do you see and not take cover? How often will you play with fire and think you'll not get burned?


Proverbs 22:7 →If the borrower is slave to the lender, what does that make our country to the Chinese?


Proverbs 22:10 →Hmmm...here's some reform for you: drive mockers out of court so they can't file dumb lawsuits. Then everyone's expenses go down, except for mockers.


Proverbs 22:13 →Here's that lion again. Every month I'm taunted by the excuses I make, realizing just how lame and stupid they are.


Proverbs 22:16 →There's something there about how we run our businesses, isn't there? That perhaps if we're making a profit from helping the poor, it shouldn't be excessive and certainly shouldn't result in multi-million dollar bonuses to millionaires?


Proverbs 22:24-25 →Be careful the temperament of your friends. You'll adopt it, whether good or bad! And preachers, watch what preachers you emulate.


Proverbs 22:29 →Be skilled. Work to develop your skills and your work. Then let the honor and accolade come on its own.


1 Peter 4:11 →Do we do all things that God may be glorified? Is He glorified in your actions, words and attitudes? He is glorified in mine?


Doug


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