May Sermon Illustrations

May 26, 2010


There was a singular Oriental custom regarding settled debts. When the debt was settled, either by payment or cancellation, it was the usage for the creditor to take the cancelled bond and nail it over the door of him who owed it, that all might see it was paid.—Dr. A. J. Gordon

(Col. 2. 14)

Subjects: Debt, Payment

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