You work hard. You do without to set something aside-to tithe and fulfill your other obligations. But worrying about money problems only makes them grow-certainly not go away. Fasting for Financial Breakthrough sheds a spiritual light on one of the biggest problems facing Christians today: our need to put the role of money in a proper perspective and take control of our financial future once and for all. This book provides real-world practical steps for every individual-and every church- to break the bonds of financial dependnece and become good stewards of the true treasure God provides. Once you know why you have money problems, you can do something about them. It all begins with fasting and prayer.
ISBN: 9780830750764 ISBN-13: 9780830750764 Availability: In Stock
Shed a spiritual light on one of the biggest problems facing people today, the need to put the role of money in a proper perspective and how to solve our money problems. Elmer Towns states at the outset that this is not the primary purpose of fasting and prayer. Instead, it is all about knowing God. It is not about withdrawing prayer on an as needed basis from some spiritual ATM kiosk. It is about meditation, studying the scriptures and communion with God. When we fast and pray in faith, asking for God’s help and provision, He begins to teach us how to become good stewards of what He has provided. Includes chapters devoted to topics like Fasting to Learn Stewardship, Why We Have Money Problems, Faith Approach to Asking for Money and many more. Once you understand why we you money problems you can do something about it with this practical step by step guide.
ELMER TOWNS is Vice President and Dean of the School of Religion at Liberty University, which he co-founded in 1971 with Jerry Falwell. He teaches the 2,000-member pastor’s Sunday School class at Thomas Road Baptist Church in Lynchburg, VA. Towns is a Gold Medallion Award-winning author and his books include Fasting for Spiritual Breakthrough and How to Pray When You Don’t Know What to Say. Elmer and his wife, Ruth, have three grown children.