They would not be so anxious to save money!
(William Tiptaft, 1803-1864)
If you were to go about telling people that you had
an in inheritance worth a million worlds, and yet got
upset over a trifle, they would not believe you.
If rich men only knew when they died, how . . .
their relatives would scramble for their money,
the worms for their bodies, and
the devil for their souls,
they would not be so anxious to save money!
If I love money more than Christ, woe is me!