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  1. Galatians 6:7 “Do not be deceived, God is not mocked; for whatever a man sows, this he will also reap.”

    Exod 20:17 “You SHALL NOT COVET your neighbor’s house; you shall not covet your neighbor’s wife or his male servant or his female servant or his ox or his donkey or ANYTHING that belongs to your neighbor.”

    Prov 14:4 “Where no oxen are, the manger is clean, But much REVENUE comes BY THE STRENGTH OF THE OX.”

    Exod 23:12 “Six days you are to do your work, but on the seventh day you shall cease from labor so that YOUR OX and your donkey MAY REST, and the son of your female slave, as well as your stranger, MAY REFRESH THEMSELVES.”

    My friend Jan Verhoeff gives some good advice on how to be a GOOD CUSTOMER to businesses. Yes, you heard that right.

    You see, as Christians, we’re suppose to love our neighbor AS ourselves (I win/You win), not FOR ourselves (I win/they lose) or INSTEAD OF (I lose/they win) ourselves. God looks at YOU and how YOU handle your side of any business transaction JUST as He does with the business person.

    If you use an ox to plow your field, what happens if you mistreat or don’t feed your ox? They weaken, get sick, and won’t plow your field, even die, right? Notice that God says you’re NOT to mistreat your animals, you’re to give THEM a day of rest, too. And animals are lower than humans, right? So if you mistreat another human, you’re treating them lower than animals!
    I suggest you not mock God by mistreating another human being.

    Listen to Dennis Prager’s take on stealing from another human:


    • Sometimes the most significant reviews of an article are those that add content and value to the article. Thanks, Kevin, for adding insight to this article. It always helps a writer to have input and responses to a piece of content where value is the intended purpose.

  2. I find a lot of free information on your site, and on other websites online. If I wanted to ask a question, or get more information how would I obtain consulting time? In most cases I search for marketing advice, and just add what works, but sometimes it’s good to have someone put together a solid plan. Is that something you would do?

    • Jenny, thanks for asking.

      Often searching for marketing options is a great way to find new ideas. Marketing professionals, because they’re already in the ring, working the audience, generally have a better grasp of what will work, and what will not. Definitely do your own back up work, but be willing to listen to your marketing expert and follow their directions.

      To obtain consulting services from me, go to http://janverhoeff.com/consulting

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