Our Debts

Individuals, business firms, and nations seem constantly faced with the problem of paying debts. The meeting of these obligations promptly seems at times to human sense impossible. The failure to meet obligations often causes men to become angry with their neighbors. Let us search to find out the cause of this disquieting condition. By so doing we shall be able more understandingly to overcome this error.

"Owe no man any thing, but to love one another: for he that loveth another hath fulfilled the law," says Paul in his epistle to the Romans. To "owe no man any thing" is a command to free ourselves from the bondage of encumbrances of every kind and to remain free. Quoting from a dictionary, we find a debt to be, "that which is due from one person to another."

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