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Unformatted text preview: belonging anyway. Line 37 and 38: My heart is angry with you because you thought that wealth can be found on Earth? 2 Line 39 and 40: Are you sad because a pile of dust, the human flesh makes us trust ourselves too much. Line 41 and 42: Look at the bigger picture. In the sky in heaven Line 43 and 44: You will have a house made by God, the mighty architect. Line 45 and 46: My house will stand eternally in heaven by filling the house up with Gods glory. Line 47 and 48: God has already paid for the house. Line 49 and 50: It costs more than you would believe, but by believing in God it will be your own. Line 51 and 52: The fact that I am going to heaven in more than enough to live on- I dont need to worry about a house that burnt down on Earth. Goodbye riches! Line 53 and 54: I dont love you anymore, My hope and treasure awaits me in Heaven....
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2012 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '12 term at FH Accadis.
- Spring '12