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Tuesday, June 02, 2020
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Answers to Life's Questions: Is it Better to Be Rich or Poor?

 
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It is necessary to have some level of finances just to take care of one's needs. The question Solomon poses is whether it is better to have wealth (riches) or to have poverty (poor)? The conclusion is that this isn't the right question. The right question is whether you will live righteously or unrighteously?