Realizing God was the ultimate owner of all I have has helped me to maintain the proper perspective about money and possessions. Here’s why.
God uses his Word to call us out – more specifically, to call our behavior out. Too often, however, we are oblivious to what he is trying to teach us.
It’s easy to forget that Jesus was tempted in every way, including areas of worldly wealth and power.
We live in a world filled with worry and anxiety. What does the Bible have to say about it, and how can we find peace and calm in this troubled world?
True contentment comes from your convictions and from having the right focus in your life, not because of what your current circumstances are. Here’s how to maintain the correct focus.
The bible gives a lot of advice on money. We can learn what we should do from these verses, and we can find instruction on what we should not do with money.
The way we spend our money shows our top priorities. What does your bank statement show about your generosity? Does it show a changed heart?
Our culture tell us that money and possessions will fulfill us, but it’s a lie. Here’s what we should pursue instead.
The Bible has a myriad of verses that can give us wisdom about saving and growing our money. Here are 30 bible verses that can teach us about investing.
While we’re taking part in our Thanksgiving festivities this year, it would behoove us to remember the true meaning of the day, to change the focus from our inward needs to one of outward gratitude.
This weekend the home that we’re building was vandalized. Seeing the damage made me realize just how temporary things of this life are, and how glad I am to have an eternal hope.
Whether you believe in the tithe or free will giving, I think we can all agree that giving is something that Christians are called to do.
Living life with a sense of humility and gratitude will definitely help you to live a more content and happy life.
The following is an excerpt from a book titled, “Words of Hope for All Times“, written by a close family friend, and one of my spiritual mentors, Dr. William E. Berg. Pastor Berg wrote this book at the young age of 97. He was still writing and speaking up until his death this week at […]