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Patricia Schneider January 26, 2013 at 7:20 am

Hello, Pastor Daryl!
Enjoyed reading above article and the Scriptures, since I’m the budgetor in our family. Could you explain what Deuteronomy 25:13-15 means? Read over it several times, can’t begin to fathom what it means!
Also in Psalms 11: 1, what is meant by ‘balance?’
Always in Christ, Jesus….Patty

Daryl Evans January 31, 2013 at 8:59 am

Hi Patty, I found some helpful words from Matthew Henry about the Deut passage. I could not find the “balance” in Psalm 11.1…what translation are you using? “A law against deceitful weights and measures: they must not only not use them, but they must not have them, not have them in the bag, not have them in the house (v. 13, 14); for, if they had them, they would be strongly tempted to use them. They must not have a great weight and measure to buy by and a small one to sell by, for that was to cheat both ways, when either was bad enough; as we read of those that made the ephah small, in which they measured the corn they sold, and the shekel great, by which they weighed the money they received for it, Amos viii. 5. But thou shalt have a perfect and just weight, v. 15. That which is the rule of justice must itself be just; if that be otherwise, it is a constant cheat. This had been taken care of before, Lev. xix. 35, 36. This law is enforced with two very good reasons:— 1. That justice and equity will bring down upon us the blessing of God. The way to have our days lengthened, and to prosper, is to be just and fair in all our dealings Honesty is the best policy. 2. That fraud and injustice will expose us to the curse of God, v. 16. Not only unrighteousness itself, but all that do unrighteously, are an abomination to the Lord. And miserable is that man who is abhorred by his Maker. How hateful, particularly, all the arts of deceit are to God, Solomon several times observes, Prov. xi. 1; xx. 10, 23; and the apostle tells us that the Lord is the avenger of all such as overreach and defraud in any matter, 1 Thess. iv. 6.

Patricia Schneider January 31, 2013 at 1:03 pm

Pastor Daryl, I’m so, so sorry for the confusion! I meant to type PROVERBS 11:1. (Which was part of your article above.)
You must think I’m a real ninny~!
However, your latest reply DID answer my original question about the word, ‘balance.’ Thank you so very much!!!
Just started seriously re-reading God’s Word about a month ago, have an online daily Bible study I go to. One passage from New Testament, one from Old Testament, for Proverbs & Psalms, too.
This site, WCWTK, which I discovered last year, has been a
TREMENDOUS aide in my daily walks with Jesus. Also helping in comprehending God’s Word better. Too many passages were leaving me bewildered or ignorant when I would read before.
I honestly thought The Holy Spirit was hiding things from me ’cause I wasn’t ‘ready’ for understanding! Pastor Jack Wellman straightened me out on that!!
Blessings from Jesus for you and your family, Pastor Jack!
Patty

JAYAPAL August 12, 2013 at 3:12 am

Dear Pastor,
This week i am gone to speak in a Debate, about the importance of money in ministry. Can please help me out in this.

leon crooks January 19, 2016 at 4:19 pm

Dear Believer Money is very important in our every day lives. The first is tithing 10 percent of gross, then living within your means. Those that are in fulltime ministry, since the Lord has called you he will provide. Not living lavasciouly off of people but by faith knowing the Lord will provide





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