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“Is honestly still the best policy?”

“Is honestly still the best policy?” I’m sure that some of you still remember that old saying. My eleven year old grandson was in a virtual class this week at my house, and I heard his teacher ask the class that on a scale of one to ten, where would you rate honesty? None of the students rated honesty with a ten, and my Pentecostal grandson gave it a six! Oops! One of the boys in his class rated it zero. I can only assume that in a few years that young man will either be on “America’s most wanted” or the President of a Fortune 500 company! Sadly I’m not sure that all of the Christians I know would give it a ten.

We are too much influenced by the world around us. Someone has said that “Too often we behave, without realizing it, as functional atheists.” Lord, help me to behave like a functioning Christian not just on Sunday, but Monday too! “Behold, I show you a mystery: we shall not all sleep; but we shall all be changed.” I Corinthians 15:51. Yes honesty IS the best policy!

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