1 ~ Investing in stocks, bonds, property, or other alternatives to hard cash.
So what made me think on the differing investments of life? Well, as I was working on reorganizing all my hope chest stuff, I realized that all my cookware and other home making necessities were really investments. They were things that would later save me and my future husband money, thus allowing us to use that money we saved for other expenses. In the same way, all the studies and research we do in our Bibles are another kind of investment. As we study and search the Scriptures God gives us wisdom, knowledge, and a deeper love for Him. Same goes for our children. The investment of all you've learned from God should be poured out on your children. Teaching them from the Scriptures and other godly books.That got me thinking. How could I better invest in my children, before I'm even married? Then I had, one way was getting books! But not just any genre. Rather good, godly books that would encourage my future children to grow in Christ. With some of the money I've made on yard work and selling flower bouquets this month I spent on some amazing books! At least I think they are are a wonderful additions to my library!
|Dragons: Legends & Lore of Dinosaurs|
|Taking Back Astronomy|
By Jason Lisle
|The Wonder of it All: The Creation Account According to the Book of Job|
By Steve Terrill
|God's Thoughts After Him: Great Science Who Honored the Creator|
By Christine Dao
|John Calvin: Man of the Millennium|
By Philip Vollmer
|The Fossil Record: Unearthing Nature's History of Life|
By John D. Morris & Frank J. Sherwin
|The Life and Times of Archbishop James Ussher|
By J. A. Carr