This verse from the book of Proverbs reflects God’s gift of “Free Will” to mankind. Our journey with Jesus starts with a simple confession that Jesus Christ died for our transgressions as our substitute. Paul writes to the Romans that this opportunity lies very near to each individual in their heart and mouth (Rom 10:8). Because tongue speaks out the things that are hidden in the heart. Judas valued the perfume in terms of money as greed for money filled his heart and he received its fruit later. Thomas’ heart was filled with a fear of persecution and received its fruit in an Asian country (India). Thomas therefore, also called Didymus, said to his fellow disciples: Let us also go, that we may die with him. (John 11:16). Thomas in frustration confessed his faith in haste. While facing challenging situations, we too speak like Thomas in haste without realising the consequences.
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