The 7 basic principles of insurance
- Sin and ruin can come when there is no one to stop evil. Insurance is the preventative measure which prevents the occurrence of those things which would have been considered sin in the past.
- No small, trivial thing can be left without a remedy or a security for it. It is not enough that we pay for our sins, but we must also cover them with insurance! See if you do not want your father to suffer so much because he has lost his eye or hand, or his sight and hearing because he has sinned in some way that could have been prevented? But before God, who will hold His elect blameless and punish them only according to His righteous decree; before Jesus Christ who will judge us each day according as we have lived; before men who will ultimately render their final judgment—it should be clear that no small thing should be left uncovered and unfenced.
- The sins which come through man are like the winds: they blow at times on certain people yet never reach others; they blow after a time on all alike in the same way—yet they never reach all alike and always whole classes of men are unaffected by them! This shows how unimportant it is to cast our sins upon any man! Satan cannot do harm to any without first causing harm to all—and this cannot happen unless everyone receives a share of his malice, since it would take too long for him alone to inflict it completely upon every one!
- Only those who live an evil life can expect to see their sins fall back upon themselves even though perfectly innocent persons may be involved in them; only such persons can look forward with impunity even if their consciences are clear of guilt towards an innocent person; only such persons can know that their ill deeds will not turn against them
What are the 7 basic principles of insurance?
- Risk: The first principle of insurance is that it’s all about risks. If you don’t understand the risk, you can’t make an informed decision about what kind of coverage to buy.
- Cost: The second principle is cost. You have to think about how much your insurance premium will be before deciding whether or not it’s worth buying coverage and then paying for it.
- Coverage: This means having enough coverage available so that if something bad happens, there are no gaps in terms of what items are covered by your policy (for example, if someone gets hurt in an accident caused by reckless driving and then dies from their injuries).
- Exclusions: A good way to ensure that no one else gets hurt because they’re not protected under your policy’s exclusions list; these include things like suicide attempts or criminal acts committed against others while committing those acts themselves as well as intentional damage done by yourself without any intent whatsoever behind them (like intentionally breaking down another person’s car while they’re inside).
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