Accounting is the only Profession practised on earth and in heaven.
“You have to account for all your actions on earth and account for same in heaven”.
Now look at this *BALANCE SHEET Of LIFE.*
- Birth is your *Opening Stock.*
- What comes to you is *Credit.*
- What goes from you is *Debit.*
- Your ideas are your *Assets.*
- Your bad habits are your *Liabilities.*
- Your character is your *Capital.*
- Your happiness is your *Profit.*
- Your sorrow is your *Loss.*
Your knowledge is your *Investment.*
- Your age is your *Depreciation.*
- Death is your *Closing Stock.*
- And finally:
- GOD IS YOUR AUDITOR
Always endeavor to have a perfect Balance Sheet because your AUDITOR will come back sooner than later.
Please share with all your friends and Keep your books correctly.
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8 replies on “Accounting is the Only Profession Practised on the Earth and in Heaven”
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For judgment is without mercy to the one who has shown no mercy. Mercy triumphs over judgment.
We, as believers need to forgive and show mercy if we wish to receive the same.
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Great post. One day we will all get to meet the accountant. This remains me of the bible story “But the man who had received one bag went off, dug a hole in the ground and hid his master’s money.”