How Are We Supposed To Live When Funds Are Short? – Episode 20

How are we supposed to live when funds are short? In this time when everything seems so expensive, we need to remember that Jesus speaks to us of the birds of the air and the flowers of the field and how God the Father watches over them. And He watches over us as well.

I hope you enjoy our walk this week. Please remember to leave a comment on the website, the podcast, or send me an email at ken@walkwithkenboyle.com with your thoughts.

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In Christian love, Ken.

One thought on “How Are We Supposed To Live When Funds Are Short? – Episode 20

  1. Dear Ken,
    It was so wonderful to hear your voice again. Wendy & I have been retired living on the Pacific coast of southern Mexico since August, 2017. Many times our thoughts and minds go back to our lives in MA and you and Dale and Candleberry are some of the warmest of our memories. We regret losing touch with you and are so rewarded to find you again. You married us on July 17, 2010. We will send you a Christmas greeting email as well, Please take care Ken; our hugs and kisses to both you and Dale. And may God watch closely over our favorite messenger of Peace. Love and Best Wishes, Wendy & Pete

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