Item description for Your Money and Your Life: A Discipleship Journal Bible Study (Discipleship Journal) by Sue Kline...
Overview How can I make peace with my money? Money. We love it. Me hate it. It makes our lives easier. It complicates them. It allows us to spread the gospel It distracts us from truly following Christ. Is it any wonder that we struggle with money's place in our lives? Your Money And Your Life includes some of Discipleship Journal's most popular articles on finding balance between the good and the bad of money. Through a combination of questions and innovative learning activities, you'll discover how to deal with money and possessions in ways that lead to true satisfaction, generosity, and contentment with what God has given you.
Publishers Description Through a combination of questions and innovative learning activities, you'll discover how to handle your money and your possessions in a way that leaves you free to find true satisfaction, generosity, and contentment with what God has given you. - 8 weeks
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.68" Width: 5.44" Height: 0.21" Weight: 0.27 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2000
Publisher NAV PRESS #111
Edition Student/Stdy Gde
Series Discipleship Journal
ISBN 1576831663 ISBN13 9781576831663
Availability 0 units.
More About Sue Kline
Sue Kline is associate publisher and senior editor of NavPress Periodicals, which includes Discipleship Journal and Pray! magazines.
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MATERIALISM: Writing a book on materialism to make money! Mar 16, 2006
Choose a non-Christian to comment on uses of money? Since when did Christians become judges of men and women? God is our ONLY Judge--He is the only One who sees the intents of our hearts and minds. God judges who is Christian or Non-Christian! Sure, Christians bear certain "fruits" but while judging them, good ones could very well be obscured for certain reasons. Then you draw judgements--these persons are non-Christians after all! Good for you! Remember, our limited minds are narrow and discriminating. Only God is truly just and fair.
Abraham of the OT was exceedingly rich as the Bible tells us. With godly wisdom he used his riches wisely. Although Abraham enjoyed his riches--all those material goods, it's probable he had jealous neighbors to accuse him of materialism.
Materialism, huh? Who wrote the book on that? God did. Only God Himself is qualified to judge who is rich or poor--materialistic or non-materialistic!
This individual who wrote the book on materialism only serves himself/herself--making money while writing a book on materialism! How about the proceeds from the book sales? Enough to "feather your own nest?"