Mammon, Mountains and Donations

It is written:

“No one can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. You cannot serve both God and mammon.”

But look at how we try. My God, do we try.

Let it be known that anything I ever post here is never written from “up high,” as if “speaking” down my nose, for I would be unworthy of such an endeavor. I am not a good person, but I continue to mold myself in the shape of that Good Person and with faith, I hope that the Work will someday be complete.

While I have stood victorious at the peak of a few mountains and left them behind in my path after shaking the dust from my feet, there are still more mountains ahead, and so onward I walk. How many more lay ahead? I do not know, for the view is concealed by the mountain that is before me, and each mountain is higher than the last.

Why not just sit down, quit walking, and build a “life” for myself here? I have tried that way, but it wasn’t for me, and I discovered it to be illusory in nature. This place, though a shadow of pleasure it can be, is not my destination. If I am to ever arrive there, I must keep moving towards it.

If anyone would like to give me their money for the work I attempt to do, you can do so by clicking here.

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The above sentence was just for fun. I don’t want your money, but if you feel inclined to give, by all means, go and give to those who are needier than us! Smile, my friends, and let your every moment be blessed. 🙂

 

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Mammon, Mountains and Donations

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