“All too often my wallet and my apathy end up taking the lead on how I am spending God’s money.” Love it!
Never take advantage of poor and destitute laborers, whether they are fellow Israelites or foreigners living in your towns.
Relate: I know, the picture and the title are a bit provocative. For those that don’t get it, there was a documentary done about 8 years ago with that title talking about the various ways Wal Mart exploits its workers both in the US and internationally in order to force down low prices and force out small businesses. I never did see the movie, I lived it. For about 3 months I was employed by Wal Mart a decade or so back. They wouldn’t let me have a week off to work at a Christian camp so I quit. Best thing I ever did.
React: I do, however, feel like a bit of a hypocrite even writing that last paragraph…
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