The only debt God says you should always have

Generally speaking, we think of debt as something that is negative.

Why not? No one wants to be in debt. We all want to be financially secure and free. Being in debt could mean that we are not able to manage our money properly or that we are in big trouble.

That’s how we usually think of debt.

However, did you know that there’s one type of debt in the Bible that God wants us to always have?

It may sound weird, but that’s true!

This type of debt can actually improve your life, not worsen it.

This debt can make this world a whole lot better if only we all have this type of debt.

Do you know what this debt is?

Here’s the answer:

8 Owe no one anything except to love one another, for he who loves another has fulfilled the law.

Romans 13:8

That’s right, friends, the type of debt we must have is to love one another.

We have a responsibility to “pay” one another with love. We are indebted to each other and we must constantly pay them with our love.

What’s more, this type of debt is something you can pay one time. We must constantly pay them to one another.

Now, imagine, if everyone loves one another. This world would surely be a better place to live in!

Video of the week

Did you know that you can be self-righteous without even knowing it? Self-righteousness is so difficult to detect that it can spiritually blind us. Not only that but in most cases, it needs God and His word to help us identify self-righteousness.

That’s why, in this video, discover the 10 shocking and little-known signs of self-righteousness!

Daily Bible Reading

Daily Bible Reading is a program that typically includes a 1-minute, full-of-inspiration blog. If all goes well, I plan to publish every day.

If in case you missed the daily blogs in the past few days, here are the 1-minute blogs from the Daily Bible Reading so far, from April 9-16:

  1. Lessons from the Book of Numbers
  2. How do you do things?
  3. The law of jealousy
  4. Why pray? 17 Reasons You Must Know
  5. Calm in the storm
  6. Are you complaining or thanking?
  7. The delusion of pride
  8. The man who gathered sticks

New content

In the past weeks, we have the following newest content you might have missed:

Books for Greatness

Here are some of the best blogs from my other website, Books for Greatness:

  1. 17 Scary Ways to Waste Your Life (and How to Avoid Them)
  2. 7 Awesome Books That Will Make You Smarter Instantly
  3. Charles Duhigg Smarter Faster Better Book Summary

Final words

There you have it, that’s the week in a glance. I pray that you have a wonderful and great week ahead!

May the Father keep you and help you.

Until He comes,


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