Covetousness by Lillian Harvey and Edwin Robert Tait

Covetousness has been termed “The sin very few ever confess.” In fact, that is the subtitle of the book Covetousness, written by Lillian Harvey and published by Harvey Christian Publishers. A few quotes from this book will give you an idea of its main thrust and purpose.
“The sin of the whole world is essentially the sin of Judas—men do not disbelieve their Christ; but they will sell Him.”
“If money be not thy servant it will become thy master. The covetous man cannot so properly be said to possess wealth as it may be said to possess him.”—Charcon.
“It is not the fact that a man has riches which keeps him from the kingdom of Heaven, but the fact that the riches have him.”
—David Caird

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