A Poor Investment
Many years ago, a friend and I bought an investment property at a courthouse auction that the IRS was selling for back taxes. Surprisingly, days later the IRS informed us that they were exercising their legal right to redeem the house to sell it back to the family who lost their home.
This law allowing redemption was bad for us, but good for the family who lost their home.
Leviticus 25:29 says, “Anyone who sells a house in a walled city retains the right of redemption a full year after its sale. During that time the seller may redeem it.”
Although our good deal turned into a breakeven investment, we discovered that the redemption laws were designed to protect people who fall on hard times. God’s law brings God’s grace.
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