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"...the things which are seen are temporal, but the things which are not seen are eternal."
- 2 Cor.  4:18

Material wealth and fame may be impressive and seen very important, but their value is highly inflated.

The characteristic of this world is its volatile, fleeting nature. The best it can offer is here today and gone tomorrow. Because the luster of earthly things is temporal, it is especially important to . . .

"...the things which are seen are temporal, but the things which are not seen are eternal."
- 2 Cor.  4:18

Material wealth and fame may be impressive and seen very important, but their value is highly inflated.

The characteristic of this world is its volatile, fleeting nature. The best it can offer is here today and gone tomorrow. Because the luster of earthly things is temporal, it is especially important to set our "affection on things above."

Col. 3:2. Let's make certain we see this present world for what is really is, a system of inflated values that is rapidly passing away.

O help, LORD, to look beyond The transient scenes of earth, And give my life, with all its powers, To things of endless worth.

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Worldly investments never pay eternal dividends. 

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