Psalm 49 tells us how money can mislead us. We can start to think of it as our source of security. But the Psalmist reminds us that, ultimately, money is not secure. Putting one’s confidence in money, he says, is a “foolish confidence.” Now, don’t misunderstand, money is important. And the Lord knows we need it to make our way in the world and to take care of our loved ones. But God alone is our source of security. And when this life is over, He — not money — will be our very great reward.  

“Looking forward to the blessed hope and the glorious appearing of our great God and Savior Jesus Christ.” Titus 2:13  (LEB)              

-Regan Blair



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