LIVING WITHIN OUR MEANS

Wisdom and intelligent economy direct us to live within our means, but it is also wise rightly to evaluate those means, to recognize their scope as well as their restrictions.

In the fifteenth chapter of Luke is the Master's beloved parable of the prodigal son. It is also the parable of the limited son. While the younger son "wasted his substance with riotous living," spending foolishly, extravagantly, and with no thought of the outcome, the elder brother is portrayed as failing to grasp the full measure of his wealth.

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