Theology of Work Project: Provision and Wealth
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Theology of Work Project: Provision and Wealth

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God has commissioned us to work and create, to develop the resources he has given us and share with those in need. But what does that look like practically? This topical nine-session Bible study on provision and wealth contains tips and encouragement to live a life of generosity and fruitfulness, helping us to redeem our use of resources by nurturing biblical attitudes.

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Title: Theology of Work Project: Provision and Wealth
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 64
Vendor: Hendrickson Publishers
Publication Date: 2015
Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.5 (inches)
Weight: 5 ounces
ISBN: 1619706628
ISBN-13: 9781619706620
Series: Bible and Your Work Study
Stock No: WW706620

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God intends for everyone to thrive economically. He wants us to find provision (supply of what we need) for our daily life. He also desires for us to enjoy the abundance (wealth) of his generosity. However, we live and work in a world where some live extravagantly and have enormous wealth, while many others struggle to scratch out a living, going without even the basic necessities. Questions and concerns about God's role in our provision and wealth weigh heavily on almost every Christian's mind whether we are rich or poor, an employee or employer, a student, parent, or retiree, a homeowner, tenant, or homeless person. Fortunately, this concern for the economic sphere of our lives is matched by the priority it is given in Scripture. Provision and wealth are far from peripheral issues in the Bible and feature prominently through both Old and New Testaments.

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