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Ready-to-use PowerPoint Includes Graphics and Over 100 Verses on Money
Talking about God and money or even the Bible and money can be awkward and even stressful in today's society. So, it's important to know what the Bible really says about money? This ready to use PowerPoint presentation, What the Bible Says About Money, includes over 100 slides and features verses on money, revealing the true stance of the Bible on money. Discover dozens of God's promises about money and learn how he wants you to use the resources he has blessed you with. God is concerned about our faithfulness with what he has entrusted to us-whether it's a lot or a little.
Reproducible handouts in PDF format included on the disk!
What the Bible Says About Money covers topics such as-
- Money for the Glory of God
- God is the True Owner of Our Money
- Faithfulness Will Be Rewarded
- God Gives Generously So We Can Give Generously
- Money's False Promises
- Serving Money Takes Us Away from God
- Different Attitudes Towards Money
- Do's and Don't with Money
- Money's False Promises vs. the Bible's Promises on Money.
- And more! Requires Microsoft PowerPoint or equivelent (not included).
|Format: Compact disc|
Vendor: Rose Publishing
Publication Date: 2013
Dimensions: 7.50 X 5.25 X 0.50 (inches)
Series: Rose PowerPoint Presentations
What the Bible Says About Money Pamphlet - 5 PackRose Publishing / Other$12.50 Retail:
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Where Your Treasure Is: What the Bible Says About MoneyJame Reapsome, Martha ReapsomeRandom House / 2003 / Trade Paperback$8.99 Retail:
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What the Bible Says About Money - Unabridged Audiobook [Download]Kelly Ryan Dolan(NARR) & Jill Shellabarger(NARR)Oasis Audio / 2008 / Audio Download$4.89 Retail:
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Disciple WarriorDelaware County, PAAge: 45-54Gender: Female3 Stars Out Of 5Product Review: What the Bible Says About Money PowerPointAugust 8, 2015Disciple WarriorDelaware County, PAAge: 45-54Gender: FemaleQuality: 3Value: 3Meets Expectations: 3This PowerPoint presentation provides a biblical perspective on money management. It highlights key Scriptures revolving around proper/improper stewardship, using money for the Glory of God, and the dangers or pitfalls for those who love money. It also identifies why giving is an important aspect of worship and the manifold blessings that God bestows for those who freely give. When viewed as a slideshow, the PowerPoint presentation provides a menu to access specific topics relating to the topic of money. There are a 105 slides in total.
There are three biblical components related to worship that are marginally addressed: first-fruits, tithing, and seed offerings. These elements of worship are only mentioned within Scriptures content of the PowerPoint but are not expanded upon. Unfortunately, this presentation does not address the use of these components from Old or New Testaments viewpoints. It also does not define these components our explained how these components were used to glorify God or the building of His kingdom. I believe that these three biblical components are crucial to money management and are misunderstood by many.
I appreciate the ease of navigation to quickly access specific topics related to money. However, I am a bit disappointed that the three biblical components related to worship are only mentioned and not expounded upon. While I would recommend the PowerPoint to others, I would not consider this a complete study on money management from a theological standpoint. This presentation would be ideal for Sunday School or Bible Study.
paul dareWestland, MIAge: 35-44Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Great Resource for Families and Sunday SchoolsFebruary 7, 2014paul dareWestland, MIAge: 35-44Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I recently went through a copy of What the Bible Says About Money Power Point study from Rose Publishing. This is a very well laid out study of the topic of money. Both the visual presentation and the actual content is excellent. The six headings (Introduction, For the Glory of God, Blessings from God, The Danger of Money, Why Give? and How to Honor God with Money) give a great high level overview of the topic as a whole. Rose has pulled together virtually ever single passage in the Bible that deals with money, wealth, riches, poverty, warnings and giving and organized it into this great teaching and preaching resource.
This Power Point could be used in the home to give children a great overview and detailed understanding of the proper thinking and use of money. It would also work great in a Sunday School setting for teenagers or adults. For some churches, all or parts of this Power Point could be used during a sermon on money. It's definitely a topical approach, but a very well done one at that.
One of the highlights for me were the "Don't" and "Do" charts on slides 54-60. These give a great rundown on how not to think of and use money and how to think and use money Biblically. I also loved the charting of the Proverbs that speak to the topic of money on slides 84-87.
Overall, I would highly recommend this resource to anyone that is studying the topic of money for the first time or anyone who is preparing to lead or teach a group of Christians through the topic either within a small group or in a local church.
Rose Publishing has provided me with an advanced reader copy.