Ecclesiastes 5:5 ESV

It is better that you should not vow than that you should vow and not pay.

Keeping a Business Vow -- CBNMoney
Few scriptural principles are clearer than that of keeping our vowsliterally keeping our word both to God and to others.
Keeping Your Word
March 11, 1942, was a dark, desperate day at Corregidor. The Pacific theater of war was threatening and bleak. One island after another had been buffeted into submission. The enemy was now marching into the Philippines as confident and methodical as the star band in the Rose Bowl...
Message: Why does God allow This? (Ecclesiastes 4:1-5:20)
In Ecclesiastes 4 and 5, the ancient Searcher of Israel answers a question all of us have asked at one time or another. Whenever a tragic circumstance occurs, or a terrible injustice is revealed, somebody is sure to remark, "You say your God is a God of love, but how could a...
A Bridge Called Credibility, Part Two
Question: Judging yourself on this matter of keeping your word, are you bridging or widening the credibility gap? Are you encouraging or discouraging others? Let me help you answer that by using four familiar situations.

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