Biblical Wisdom

The Belly of the Wicked Suffers Want | Proverbs 13:25

The righteous has enough to satisfy his appetite, but the belly of the wicked suffers want. Proverbs 13:25   What is this proverb's setting? Everywhere. The righteous has enough, always. The righteous man or woman is content. Even in times of hunger, they are satisfied. But the wicked are not so. They are governed by …

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Unrestrained Moderation

In Book Four section 26 of Marcus Aurelius' Meditations, he states: You've seen that. Now look at this. Don't be disturbed. Uncomplicate yourself. Someone has done wrong... to himself. Something happens to you. Good. It was meant for you by nature, woven into the pattern from the beginning. Life is short. That's all there is …

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Give Thanks

Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you. 1 Thessalonians 5:18   Thanksgiving Day is primarily designated as being two things: the day before Black Friday and the day for being grateful. Of course, some people skip both of these meanings in order to opt for …

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My Confession: Gluttony, Sugar, & Our Daily Bread

I have the honor of officiating a wedding this November, which is great news! I've also, however, recently had to face ugly truths regarding my clothing because of said wedding, which is decidedly less fun. You see, it so happens that I no longer fit into the pants of the majority of my suits, and most of my shirts …

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