I thought this was worth repeating. When I look into my daughter’s face, I thank God the Father for His Son.
Imagine you have a debt–multiple credit cards maxed out, a home mortgage, student loans, a business loan, car loan. One lender and a huge debt. A debt so exorbitant–$50,000; $100,000; $1,000,000–you could never pay it in your lifetime. It is a debt your children’s children will be paying off. Your grand- or even great-grandchildren will be burdened by this debt, spending their hard-earned money whittling away at it through the years while the interest continues to mount against them.
For some, this is a nightmare they face even today. Many others know that one slip, one moment of slack judgment or diligence could catapult them into this kind of hell.
Now imagine that lender who has loaned you all of this money–which is really his money, his hard work and diligence–calls you into his office today. You stand before his huge oak desk trembling. As he gathers his…
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