“Today I am giving you a choice between good and evil, between life and death.” Deuteronomy 30:15 Good News Testament
There is an old saying that says we reap what we sow.
So what is in your harvest?
Are you only concerned about yourself?
Is your motto: What’s in it for me?”
When I was in China that was my experience with the Chinese.
From my experience Chinaman will give you a nickel but expect a dollars worth of services in exchange.
A good point in case is a Chinaman will take me to restaurant and buy me a meal that costs ten dollars and expect me to sit there and teach them English for two hours. If they paid me an hourly rate it would cost them two hundred dollars. When I explain that they get what they pay for. That means if they want two hours classes they will pay BEFORE the class begins. The reason for paying before the class begins is because they will try to drag the class out for three hours or four hours and only pay for two or they will say they do not have the money this week but will pay next week and of course will keep this up as long as they can. Needless to say they look at you like you are dog dung on the sidewalk and walk away angry swearing at you in Chinese. Another thing they are famous for is being my friend as long as they can get something for free from me. When they cannot get it anymore or do not need it anymore I cease to exist to them.
As a consequence they reap what they sow.
From what I saw, their lives are very sad and empty. They have no real friends, do not know what real friendship or love is and are very depressed.
So how about you, does that describe your friendships and your life?
Why do you think there is so much suicide?
Is it because people are lonely?
Why are they lonely?
Could it be because they only care about themselves and so have no real friends or anyone to love them?
Is that not evil and self centered?
If you only care about yourself, you will only have yourself. Joseph- Anthony: Green
“In due season God will judge everything man does, both good and bad” Ecclesiastes 3:17 (Living Bible).
Prayer: Please Jehovah El Shaddai (God who is sufficient for the needs of His people) bless me with a grateful heart for the many blessing You so generously give me every day. Bless me with a heart that puts You first, others second and myself last. I sincerely ask in the name of he who did this when he walked amongst us Jesus Christ. Amen
May the sunshine of Jesus’ sweet love bless you today and every day.