Credo #9: (-) quid pro quo, or “quid pro quo is not universally applicable”

Posted: December 23, 2013 in Credo

God’s economy — that is, the use of funds in the what we call the ‘spiritual’ realm (vs. the secular realm) — is not a matter of quid pro quo.     That is not to say that you should expect a free ride in any thing, or that you  have sinned by paying for things in either realm.     Or, for that matter, for overpaying or underpaying.   Or for striving to succeed financially.   Nor am I saying that you should not feed the ox.     I am saying that the business He sends you on operates on different principles for success than quid pro quo.   There is a different metric for success.

Related, but different:  #72

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