A Plea For Greater Liberality
Instead of cutting down the support of those missionaries in foreign lands, I think it would be better for us to cut off some of our luxuries.
When a man can drive out with a four in-hand, let him give up two of his horses, and give what he saves by it to the foreign mission field. He could enjoy his religion better.
People say that such a man died worth so many millions. It does not make any difference how much a man accumulates, he can’t die worth anything.
He isn’t worth a penny; and so if you want to save money, lay it up in heaven. Make yourself rich by investing in good, institutions, and maintaining good works. I want to be rich for eternity, not for time. —MOODY.