Good Motives

In the time of Ezra and Haggai, the people want to finish their own homes before the they think about rebuilding the temple.  And in the time of Jesus, Herod inquires about the identity of the “Wonder Worker.”

Many times, people do possess good motives.  The results depend on to whom we listen and with whom we pray.

Benedict Bookmark (2)

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