Proverbs 10:7 05/27/19

05.27.19 | Justin Dix | Comments[1]

Monday, May 27, 2019

Old Testament King Solomon writes of the reward of a righteous life.

Proverbs 10:7  The memory of the just is blessed . . .  (KJV)

I understand that Jewish writers view this verse as a command:  "Let the memory of the just be blessed!"  Indeed, there are consequences to the actions of your life.  Whatever you sow, you reap.  If you spend your days living for others, you will find your own needs are met.

As in the case of our honored military dead -- they went into harm's way on your behalf.  They sacrificed . . . they witnessed the ravages of war and in many cases grew up on the battlefield.  This Memorial Day we remember with pride those who gave the last full measure of devotion.  For the peace and tranquility we enjoy today -- we owe them an eternal debt.


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on 05.27.19 Walter commented

Very nice and fitting for today. Vary well put, can relate. As they say been there done that experience that.