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12 Things Jesus Said About Money
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12 Things Jesus Said about Money is a monthly devotional for Christians who desire to be financially responsible and learn more about being a faithful steward of their money. Become grounded in what Jesus actually said about money and clear up any misconceptions or conflicting messages you may have heard over the years and teach them to your children.
Number of Pages: 128
Vendor: B&H Books
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.5 X .25 (inches)|
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Money is something we handle every day. But how deeply does the Bible inform what we do with it? If we truly want to honor the Lord in how we use it, should we be giving most of it away? Is money basically a necessary evila constant temptation in our pocket? Are we wrong for wanting to take vacations with our families, for example, when we could be giving that money to others in need?
Instead of just letting you read up on the answers to questions like these, this book presents them in a richly informative and inspiring devotional experience. As you daily explore 12 Things Jesus Said about Money, youll be learning and reinforcing new convictions, each of them grounded in what Jesus Himself taught. Not only will it clear up misconceptions or conflicting messages you may have heard over the years, it will help you express these same truths to your children, incorporate them into your ongoing decisions, and enjoy a new measure of freedom in your financial life.