I was watching a high school soccer game (our side won), and letting my mind wander a bit, when Proverbs 15:17 popped into my mind: “Better is a dinner of herbs where love is, than a stalled ox and hatred therewith.”
Isn’t that lovely? It’s also a pithy piece of wisdom that is as true now as it was when written down thousands of years ago.
Do you have a favorite Biblical passage that reminds you what’s important in life? (And no fair citing John 3:16, because I know that trumps all other passages.) After all, one of the reasons the Bible lives on today is because of its timelessness, not just when it speaks directly to man’s relationship with God, but also when it speaks to man’s relationship with his fellow man or with his inner needs and drives.