Why is it that I consider a $90 phone with lots of features to be a great deal and buy it right away, but I hesitate to spend $65 on a new study Bible?

Why am I considering purchasing an $800 laptop but yesterday balked at buying $100 worth of theological books?

Why can I find time to blog, but not pray?

It’s been said that one look at a man’s checkbook and day runner will tell you what his priorities are and where his heart is. I hope nobody checks mine.

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5 Responses to Priorities

  1. Michael_in_TN says:

    I’m with you on this. I think it’s a male thing.

    I would drive 12 miles out of my way to save .06/gallon on gas. I figured it up one day and realized 20 gal * .06 is only $1.20. 12 miles is a little over 1/2 gallon in my truck, which would mean I’m actually savinging around .50 and is not worth the extra time (15-20 minutes) it takes.

  2. Ryan Simoens says:

    Amen Robert. Although I find it difficult to stay on track with my daily bible reading.

  3. rick says:

    if you’re like me, it’s because you way more picky about bibles than over a phone. it’s so hard to find a bible that’s got enough notes to add something, but not too much to be a distraction – hardest thing by far i’ve ever shopped for personally.

  4. Rachel says:

    because you’re weird????? Just a theory…. :)

  5. Would it be entirely inappropriate to IP ban my own sister?

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