Some places had coherent systems of their own local minted coins, but others shared the coins of neighbouring territories or even the whole Empire.
Anyone thinking this sounds like the Eurozone and its north-south and east-west divides, is right.
Historians explain that while the 3 basic currencies remained stable in their correlation – and to a large extent in their international exchange rates – an immense chaos and instability held sway underneath this broad pattern.
The coins issued by regional authorities of the Empire continuously changed in value.
In this post I want to continue that thought by sharing three ways God uses pain and suffering in our lives as Christians. One of the lies Christians buy into is that we can live in sin and nothing will happen.
Maybe we boast that our sins are already forgiven and God’s grace is covering us.
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In the first post of this series I shared three truths Christianity teaches in regards to pain and suffering.
In that post I said that God uses pain and suffering for a purpose.