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  • theres more to life than money
  • 1 Tim 6:10 “For the love of money is a root of all sorts of injurious things, and by reaching out for this love some have been led astray from the faith and have stabbed themselves all over with many pains.“ Whereas 1 Cor 13:8 tells us that love never fails. The Bible teaches us that lovers of money never fare well, they will not inherit God’s Kingdom. Jesus said “it is easier for a camel to get through a needle’s eye than for a rich man to enter the Kingdom of God”. This Kingdom that Jesus spoke of will reverse all the imperfections that we inherent as a result of Adam’s sin. Money can’t cure sickness or prevent death and aging, nor can it get you into God’s Kingdom. Have you researched the origin of money? What is the origin of love? What is God’s Kingdom? Seeking answers to these questions may help you decide which lifestyle is most beneficial.
  • Money isn't everything in like, but it sure beats what comes next!
  • Nobody loves money but rather the ability to have material things that one may desire. No material object you may buy will love you back or will have your back, comfort you, defend your best interests or ever act as your partner in life. Being in love and loved substantially adds to one’s being which no material object will do. When you are on your deathbed you will have zero concern for your money or things you have purchased but will focus your last moments on earth entirely on the people you love. People who feel they prefer money over love are simply immature and will ultimately see that is not true assuming they are not sociopaths.
  • Money would bring me material comfort, which I care about. A sh*tload of money sitting in the bank for no reason wouldn't interest me. So... if I can chose enough money to be comfortable and have the ability to love and be loved, I'd take money. If choosing money means I can't ever love and be loved, no thanks. It just wouldn't be worth it.

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