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Discipleship Today: The Bible and the Flow of Finances, 2.

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Income, Expenses, and Debt: a biblical perspective.

 

What does the Bible teach about money? "You cannot serve God and money." "Do not labor to be rich." "Lay up treasure in Heaven, not on earth." Passages like these form a major strand in Scripture's teaching, but there's a LOT more. And when we focus only on one aspect of the topic, we create problems for ourselves, our families, and our churches.

In fact, money is one of the primary subjects that Jesus taught about. The book of Proverbs describes how to be rich--or poor. The Bible talks about income, investment, savings, expenses, debt, giving--all aspects of handling money.

In part 1, we looked at income, expenses, and debt.  In part 2, we'll look at giving, savings, and investments.

Join us for an overview of how cashflow works in light of Scripture.

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