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Wealth "20 People who have wealth but lack understanding are like the beasts that perish. ” Psa 49:20 NIV A man who possesses riches Without accompanying understanding Will perish like the beasts of the earth; A short life that’s not everlasting. He will join the generation Of his fathers that went before; Sleep forever in a tomb; No princely mansion above to score. “Do not be overawed,” David the Psalmist said, “When a man grows rich.” He’ll take nothing with him in death Where all is black as pitch. When he lived he counted himself privileged But that privilege he squandered; Kept it all for his own glory; To God’s glory never pandered. Riches are a responsibility And a blessing from the courts above. God’s blessings are to bless others To demonstrate God’s love. So when they come without understanding They serve for a very short time, To give glory to self alone And not to our Lord, Divine! Why squander the privilege of eternity In exchange for a quick fix here? The honor of men is worthless; Just a few words spouted into thin air. Man’s splendor may bring him glory, But only for such a short while. To lose out on eternity Is the greatest self-denial! © Copyright 2012 Maureen LeFanue

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Date: 2/23/2012 6:51:00 PM
Beautiful poem! Good job!
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Date: 2/18/2012 8:16:00 AM
Thank you again for this beautiful poem. I enjoyed it very much. Lucilla
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