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Number of Pages: 96
Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 2013
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Be in It to Win: A Road Map to Spiritual, Emotional, and Financial WholenessKirbyjon CaldwellTouchstone Faith / 2007 / Trade Paperback$17.09 Retail:
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Have a life of financial victory.
"Stewardship? Whats that got to do with me?" you might ask.
Tony Evans explains that all we think we own really belongs to God. And when we think of "our" money that way, we can learn to be good stewards, or managers, of what has been entrusted to us.
Living in Financial Victory carefully lays out how we should approach the vital topic of money in the areas of:
Stewardship Using what we have to further Gods kingdom agenda
Rewards The blessings and benefits of doing it Gods way
Victory Overcoming debt and financial bondage
Tony Evans will help you discover the answers to everyday financial issues by showing you that God has a purpose for your money. Take the journey through this concise and practical book.
MazzouSt. Louis, MOAge: 18-24Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Good principlesJanuary 15, 2014MazzouSt. Louis, MOAge: 18-24Gender: femaleQuality: 3Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4We will only have freedom from financial worries and wrong attitudes concerning earthly belongings when we truly learn and believe that none of it is ours. Rather, all still does belong to God and He has merely entrusted us with the care of even the smallest treasure on earth in order that we act as wise stewards and use those treasures to further His kingdom and bring glory back to Him!
''When we begin handling the property God entrusts us with as God's property, not our own, then we will make wiser decisions and will sense a greater freedom.''
This small book deals with the all-important subject of finances- through the view of covenant (Deuteronomy 8:18). The author writes with the perspective that God blesses people with earthly goods in order to bring Himself glory. The author emphasises that we are part of a Kingdom with Christ as ruler, and us as subjects. How will we take care of the ''talents'' with which He has entrusted us?
From a personal opinion, this book was nothing new. But that's because I have had the privilege to work through a different marvelous Christian Stewardship course (from Math-U-See) which taught similar foundational principles on stewardship and finances. Since I had previously learnt much of the content of this book, I found it a little hard to get into. The format was not as conducive to personal practical study as it could have been.
I was encouraged to state my entirely honest opinion, negative or positive.