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What Money Can Buy
By Steve Higginbotham
April 1, 2004
Money can buy a bed, but not sleep.
Money can buy books, but not brains.
Money can buy pleasures, but not
Money can buy food, but not an
Money can buy medicine, but not
Money can buy a house, but not a
Money can buy companionship, but not
Money can buy a church building, but
One can buy many things with money,
but money sure does have it's shortcomings. In a day and age
when money seems to be the measure of a man, it would help us to
measure the value of money, not by what it can buy, but by what
it cannot buy. Maybe then we may more readily acknowledge the
truth spoken by Jesus when he said, "A man's life does not
consist in the abundance of the things he possesses" (Luke
Remember this, "A million dollars
and a bale of hay will be worth the same on the Judgment Day!"
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