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Avoid unnecessary expenditures

Do not allow the availability of credit to tempt you to buy things that you do not need and get into debt and destroy your marriage relationship. Rather, prayerfully discern God’s specific will before you make any major financial decision.
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Do not ignore financial problems

If you and your spouse are having some financial problems, do not just restructure the debt and do not ignore your financial problems, but rather be prudent, and learn God’s way of managing money, which could very well save your marriage.
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Financial Management God’s Way for WOMEN 6 of 7

Financial Management God’s Way Godliness with contentment is a great gain, we brought nothing into this world and we can take nothing into this world and we can take nothing of it. No one can serve two masters, either he will hate the one and love the other or he will be devoted to the one and despise the other, you cannot serve both God and money.
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Financial Management God’s Way for Women Part 5 of 7

What are some common financial areas that women are generally good at? Women are often more conservative about debt than men, which is biblical.  Women are generally more protective of the family home. They do not want to put this at risk for business or investment loans. Women are more open to financial counsel in general, and biblical financial counsel in particular, as opposes to men, God wants us to obtain biblical counsel.
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Financial Management God’s Way for Women – Part 3 of 7

Financial Management God’s Way for Women Financial areas that women struggle with an impact on the relationship with husband and God. Buying unnecessary things typically, (but not necessarily) with credit cards. These wants and desires could be shoes, clothes, decor items for the house, jewelry, makeup, hair styling, stuff for the kids et.
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Steps to Get out of Debt- Part 3 of 3

Case Study Number 2 Since God instructs us to give Him the first fruits, and since God discourages debt, and since it is God’s best for a Christian to be debt free, then a Christian has a dual responsibility to give to God’s work and to pay down debt as a quickly as possible.
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Stewardship – Part 2 of 3

John and Dave are brothers. Both earn typical middle-class incomes. However, their perspective on finances is very different. Both John and Dave give sporadically to their Church, amounting to about 1% of their income.
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Stewardship – Part 3 of 3

Today they are totally debt-free, both corporately and personally. As they continued to learn and apply God’s financial principles in managing both corporate and personal finances God continued to bless Ron’s business, and today, Ron has a very successful business.
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Stepping Out of Faith

Stepping Out of Faith Seeking God’s wisdom and specific direction, studying applicable scriptures. Obtaining biblically-based financial advice. Preparing a budget to ensure you can afford it.
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Money Competes with God

Money Competes Faithful stewardship of the money that God entrusted to you will enable you to enjoy God’s true riches which include a close personal relationship with the Lord, and God’s joy and God’s peace.
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Understand the Investment

Investment By wisdom, a house is built, and through understanding, it is established. Through knowledge, its rooms are filled with rare and beautiful treasures.  Only invest in things that you understand.
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Money is Neutral

The Love of Money God is concerned about our attitude or motives towards money. It is the love of money that is a root of all kinds of evil not evil itself.
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The Love of Money

For the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil. Some people, eager for money, have wandered from the faith and pierced themselves with many griefs
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The Pursuit of Wealth

Wealth Nothing wrong with having wealth as God entrusted wealth to many faithful servants but rather it is a selfish pursuit of wealth that is contrary to God’s will.
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Living Pay Check-to-Pay Check is Foolish

Living Pay Check-to-Pay Check The wise man saves for the future but the foolish man spends whatever he gets. Living paycheck to paycheck is not consistent with God’s word. God’s admonition is that we should plan ahead and save for future needs.
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Money doesn’t guarantee happiness

Can Money Brings Happiness? Many believe that deception and money bring happiness, although additional income can help. Money in itself does not bring happiness. Develop a close personal relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ
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God Punishes Poor Stewardship

Unfaithful Servant God entrusts more to faithful servants, however, whoever does not have represents unfaithful servants to whom God will punish by taken away whatever they have been entrusted with.
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Mini Miracles

God Meets Needs via Mini Miracles God would provide with “mini miracles” of provision. Unexpected income, a great deal on a purchase, a better job or a gift from a fellow believer.
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