Happy Easter Everyone! Here’s a post from Easter 2008! Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! In his great mercy he has given us new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead… 1 Peter 1:3 Now if we died with Christ, we believe […]
There are hundreds of Bible verses about money. In this post I explore 8 key financial scriptures that I think every Christian should know.
Day to day living in modern times includes much more sophistication than that of our Biblical predecessors. Very few of us hike to a well several times a day for water. We don’t spin our own cloth, rely on crude lamps for light, nor do we have to walk everywhere. We own more than two […]
Psalm 49 gives us some very important warnings about our personal finances and wealth in general.
These 40+ bible verses about strength during hard times will help to encourage and inspire you to find your strength in Christ.
The Bible has a lot to say about our financial and spiritual lives. Here is an extended selection of some of the 2000+ bible verses that talk about money.
Our culture is saturated with consumerism everywhere we look, yet people are less content with their lives than ever. Why is that?
Studying the Word of God will shape our hearts and align our thoughts with His when it comes to giving, and our reluctance to give at times.
There are several things that Christians must be careful of when we choosing to invest, among them is trusting in our wealth instead of God.
There are several things that Christians must be careful of when we choosing to invest, among them profiting from sin and trusting in our wealth instead of God.
There are Christians who play the lottery and some who have even won large jackpots, in the millions of dollars. Should Christians tithe on lottery winnings?
Every year during the Christmas season our family likes to watch the old Christmas classics like “It’s a Wonderful Life,””Miracle on 34th Street” and “The Bishop’s Wife.“ In “The Bishop’s Wife” the well-meaning but misguided bishop, Henry, dreams of constructing a monumental cathedral. He is obsessed with his dream and the movie begins as he […]
If you’re like me, you’ve already started to feel the pressure of the increased expenses that come during the end of the year. Things like higher utilities, holiday spending, and end of the year tax prep can really put the pressure on your finances. At the end of last month, I sat down with my […]
A while back I examined how I view what the Bible says about personal finance. There was a brief introduction to something I like to call God’s Provident Plan, and I planned on looking at several aspects of God’s Provident Plan in a 4 part series. This is the last post in that series in […]