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|200, "Nothing that is God's is obtainable by money." John Piper helps us envision |
the final irony of materialism: Picture 269 people entering eternity in a plane
crash in the Sea of Japan. Before the crash there is a noted politician, a
|643 — Nothing that is God's is obtainable by money. —Tertullian (160-220), early |
apologist Bible Truth Behind the Quote: “When Simon saw that the Spirit was
given through the laying on of the apostles' hands, he offered them money,
|Do what you have a flair for doing, and if you are good enough at it money will |
come.... — William ... Phocylides All love has something of blindness in it, but the
love of money especially. ... Cicero Nothing that is God's is obtainable by money.
|2400 b.c. "Money has never yet made anyone rich. " Seneca, Stoic philosopher, |
1st century "Nothing that is God's is obtainable by money. " Tertullian, Christian
theologian, 3rd century "Lives based on having are less free than lives based on
Bill Bradfield - 2012 - 144 pages
|TERTULLIAN Money has never yet made anyone rich. SENECA He who spends |
rightly acquired fortune in good deeds may never become exceedingly rich, but
also he will never be a poor man. PLATO Nothing that is God's is obtainable by ...
|Protect your savings and retirement funds. If you work ... —Samuel Johnson The |
real measure of our wealth is how much we'd be worth if we lost all our money. —
John Henry ... —Roy L. Smith Nothing that is God's is obtainable by money.
|Money can't make anyone rich in the things that count for eternity. Nothing of |
God's is obtainable by money. When Simon saw that the Spirit was given at the
laying on of the Apostles' hands, he offered them money and said, “Give me also
|Stevenson, Robert Louis A wise person should have money in their head, but not |
in their heart. - Swift, Jonathan Nothing that is God's is obtainable by money. -
Tertullian Almost any man knows how to earn money, but not one in a million ...
Joslyn Pine, Peter Donahue - 2013 - 256 pages
|The love of money grows with growing wealth. Money lost is bewailed with |
unfeigned tears. Juvenal (c. AD 55-130), Roman poet Nothing that is God's is
obtainable by money. Tertullian (c. AD 160-230), Roman theologian If you would
get rid ...
|“Nothing that is God's is obtainable by money.” —TERTULLIAN, CARTHAGINIAN |
THEOLOGICAL WRITER My father's favorite story was of a Buddhist monk who
had only one possession in life, his wooden bowl. The monk went from door to ...