Te Karere . ot run aterrible risk if you limp into life withthe load of debt on your shoulders.(Bulwer Lytton.) May the Lord help us to realizethe importance of staying out of debt.It is His will that we RELEASEOURSELVES FROM THISBONDAGE. I HAVE FOUND TODAY Ive shut the door on yesterday, Its sorrows and mistakes;Ive locked within its gloomy walls Past failures and heartaches.And now I throw the key away To seek another rocm.And furnish it with hope and smiles, And every springtime bloom.No thought shall enter this abode That has a hint of pain.And worry, malice and distrust Shall never therei

Te Karere . ot run aterrible risk if you limp into life withthe load of debt on your shoulders.(Bulwer Lytton.) May the Lord help us to realizethe importance of staying out of debt.It is His will that we RELEASEOURSELVES FROM THISBONDAGE. I HAVE FOUND TODAY Ive shut the door on yesterday, Its sorrows and mistakes;Ive locked within its gloomy walls Past failures and heartaches.And now I throw the key away To seek another rocm.And furnish it with hope and smiles, And every springtime bloom.No thought shall enter this abode That has a hint of pain.And worry, malice and distrust Shall never therei Stock Photo
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Te Karere . ot run aterrible risk if you limp into life withthe load of debt on your shoulders.(Bulwer Lytton.) May the Lord help us to realizethe importance of staying out of debt.It is His will that we RELEASEOURSELVES FROM THISBONDAGE. I HAVE FOUND TODAY Ive shut the door on yesterday, Its sorrows and mistakes;Ive locked within its gloomy walls Past failures and heartaches.And now I throw the key away To seek another rocm.And furnish it with hope and smiles, And every springtime bloom.No thought shall enter this abode That has a hint of pain.And worry, malice and distrust Shall never therein reign.Til shut the door on Yesterday And throw the key away—Tomorrow holds no doubts for me, Since I have found Today. -Author Unknown. Worry is a stale of spiritual corr, >si(>n. f: is not work that kills ; hardly pit! more upon man tlia Work is healthy; you canust uron the blade.Henry Ward B December, 1955 391 The SpokenWord fromZion By ELDER RICHARD L. EVANS WHEN TO SAY IT—AND WHEN TO BE SILENT. AS was observed centuries ago:There is a time to every pur-pose ... And there are times whensome things should be said, and timesto keep silent. There are times whenwe are tempted to make cutting com-ments, when the quality of kindness(and good sense itself) would suggestthat we keep silent. Sometimes on theplaying field we see the dangerouspractice of piling on—piling on andpushing the bottom player a littlefarther down into the dirt. In lifethere is also the practice of piling on—with words—and pushing peopledown a little deeper. Sometimes wesee it among children. If one of themhas made a mis-statement or a mistake, all present sometimes seem to outdoone another in embarrassing the un-fortunate offender. But even as adults, too many of us, too often, are cuttingin our comments and too sharp withour tongues. Too many of us correctothers cruelly, with the wrong spirit, at the wrong time. Even in families, correction is often ill-timed; and theintended lesson may be lost

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