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Poverty is a Curse

It is important that we realize from reading the Bible that God considers poverty to be a curse.  We find this to be true when we look at Job’s story. God was blessing him with health and abundance; however, it … Continue reading

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Money Must Be Your Friend

Russell Cronwell was a Baptist minister during the early 1900’s. He is famous as the founder of Temple University in Philadelphia; Gordon-Cronwell seminary still bears his name. Listen to Russell Cronwell’s thoughts on money and how it is used: “Money … Continue reading

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Don’t Get Rich Quick

A friend of mine calls this get-rich-quick mentality “lottery thinking.” I have to agree with him, lottery thinking is poverty thinking. The people who spend the most money on lottery tickets are at the bottom of the income scale. The help you need … Continue reading

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Financial Courage

I was privileged to hear a wealthy man speaking with some service men and women who were wounded in combat. He was talking about possessing the courage to take risks. Interestingly, He spoke about financial courage as being different than … Continue reading

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It Takes Money to Do Things for god

We cannot separate money and ministry. Most of us have heard and love the story of the Good Samaritan. We would all like to be the Good Samaritan that Jesus described. Let’s read carefully the story: In reply Jesus said: … Continue reading

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God Love Real Estate

Land is important to God’s plan for His children. One of the first things God did in establishing a covenant with Abraham was give him land. Previous to this Abraham did not have a homeland. Abraham’s father and his family … Continue reading

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Be the Best

As a sitting board member I was motivated ethically to make the best choice for the organization I represented.  While interviewing candidates to fill a top level management position, I was presented with an internal conflict. Of the two finalists, one candidate … Continue reading

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