Bragging Rights
By: Rick Boxx
December 10, 2012

If you listen closely to your conversations, you can hear hints as to where your faith is really placed. For some it’s their wealth. For others, it may be their knowledge. For me, at times it’s been the ministry.

Some brag about their accumulated possessions, but rarely do we hear people brag about their relationship with God.

Jeremiah 9 teaches, “This is what the Lordsays: “Let not the wise man boast of his wisdomor the strong man boast of his strengthor the rich man boast of his riches,but  let him who boasts boastabout this: that he understands and knows me.”

You may be blessed with great attributes or possessions, but how well do you know your Heavenly Father? Is it enough to brag about?

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