You Always Find Something That Reflects You

The Sunday school teacher asked her class to learn an appropriate phrase from the Bible and recite it as they were putting their pennies in the collection box.

On the following Sunday little Lucas came up with, “It is more blessed to give than to receive;” as he dropped his penny in the box, smiling.

Richard’s quotation was, “The Lord loveth a cheerful giver.” This too was well received.

And so on down the line to little Lloyd. As he grudgingly made his contribution, he mumbled, “A fool and his money are soon parted.”

Now all three boys had looked in the Bible, in the same Bible, but they had found three different quotes, When you look, you always find something that reflects you.

Whenever you interpret something, rather than thinking that it is objective, always remember it is a reflection of your mind.