December 2006

I suppose a good writer is one who by his living word can move men’s souls time and again for many years, from generation to generation to generation, one soul at a time: the timelessness and immediacy of the word.


The quality of your prayer depends not on the beauty of your altar or the sweetness of your incense. The quality of your prayer depends on the sincerity of your heart.

Wealth, in most cases, comes through the body, not the individual part, and this is true whether we are talking about the material economy – such as a sovereign country system, the corporate system of the United States, a family, an association or club, or even a church organization – or the spiritual economy – such as the community of God and man, the community of saints, and the Church, which is the body of Christ.

For which body do you sacrifice yours, your time and energy, your best effort, to obtain your fair measure of wealth, and for what kind of wealth? Are you allocating your resources properly?