Biblical Principles For Becoming Debt Free!

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Break free from financial bondage! Rescue your life and liberate your future! Biblical Principles for Becoming Debt Free!'s step-by-step approach will show you how, while laying a foundation of biblical understanding regarding the stewardship of your resources. Endorsed by: Dr. Kong Hee, Ron Blue, Jack Hayford, C. Peter Wagner, Kevin Conner, Marilyn Hickey, Christine Caine, Dr. Barbara Wentroble,& Tom Tenney.
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Overview

Break free from financial bondage! Rescue your life and liberate your future! Biblical Principles for Becoming Debt Free!'s step-by-step approach will show you how, while laying a foundation of biblical understanding regarding the stewardship of your resources. Endorsed by: Dr. Kong Hee, Ron Blue, Jack Hayford, C. Peter Wagner, Kevin Conner, Marilyn Hickey, Christine Caine, Dr. Barbara Wentroble,& Tom Tenney.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781886849853
  • Publisher: ABC Book Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/1/2008
  • Pages: 320
  • Sales rank: 1,368,926
  • Product dimensions: 0.67 (w) x 7.44 (h) x 9.69 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword 15
Preface 17
Introduction 19
Section I The Key
Key 1 Stop Spending on Yourself 25
Key 2 Start Giving to Others 26
Key 3 Discipline Your Cash Attitude 31
Key 4 Begin to Live Below Your Means 34
Key 5 Start Saving for Your Future 37
Section II The Attitude
Attitude 1 I Can Be Debt Free 43
Attitude 2 I Can Break Bad Spending Habits 47
Attitude 3 I Can Choose to Pay Cash 50
Attitude 4 I Can Renew My Thinking 55
Attitude 5 I Can Change My Flawed Value System 57
Attitude 6 I Can Rise Above My Burden of Debt 60
Attitude 7 I Can Be Financially Accountable 63
Attitude 8 I Can Enjoy Life Without Spending Money 65
Attitude 9 I Can Find Financial Solutions 67
Attitude 10 I Can Change My Attitude--I Can Change My Life 69
Section III The Responsibility
Responsibility 1 The Responsibility of Acknowledgment 74
Responsibility 2 The Responsibility of Understanding Creation 77
Responsibility 3 The Responsibility of Reflection 79
Responsibility 4 The Responsibility of Gifting Stewardship 81
Responsibility 5 The Responsibility of Productivity 83
Responsibility 6 The Responsibility of Time Management 85
Responsibility 7 The Responsibility of Planning Ahead 87
Responsibility 8 The Responsibility of Disciplined Living 89
Responsibility 9 The Responsibility of Diligence 91
Responsibility 10 The Responsibility of No Waste 93
Responsibility 11 The Responsibility of Handling Our Possessions 95
Responsibility 12 The Responsibility of Individual Accountability 97
Responsibility 13 The Responsibility of Giving Generously 99
Responsibility 14 The Responsibility of Seeking Wisdom in Matters of Finance 102
Responsibility 15 The Responsibility of Learning to Save 104
Section IV The Biblical Principle
Biblical Principle 1 The Biblical Principle of Knowing That God Owns It All 110
Biblical Principle 2 The Biblical Principle of Seeking First 112
Biblical Principle 3 The Biblical Principle of Giving, Not Getting 114
Biblical Principle 4 The Biblical Principle of Supernatural Provision 117
Biblical Principle 5 The Biblical Principle of Open Heavens 119
Biblical Principle 6 The Biblical Principle of Kingdom Investing 121
Biblical Principle 7 The Biblical Principle of First Things First 123
Biblical Principle 8 The Biblical Principle of Being Proactive 125
Biblical Principle 9 The Biblical Principle of Resisting Worldviews 127
Biblical Principle 10 The Biblical Principle of Temporary Possessions 129
Biblical Principle 11 The Biblical Principle of Contentment 131
Biblical Principle 12 The Biblical Principle of Proper Motives 134
Biblical Principle 13 The Biblical Principle of Financial Stewardship 136
Biblical Principle 14 The Biblical Principle of Financial Supply 138
Biblical Principle 15 The Biblical Principle of Seeking Counsel 140
Biblical Principle 16 The Biblical Principle of Managing Possessions 143
Biblical Principle 17 The Biblical Principle of Appropriate Use 145
Biblical Principle 18 The Biblical Principle of Avoiding Overindulgence 147
Biblical Principle 19 The Biblical Principle of Financial Diligence 150
Biblical Principle 20 The Biblical Principle of Fiscal Planning 152
Biblical Principle 21 The Biblical Principle of Tomorrow Thinking 154
Biblical Principle 22 The Biblical Principle of Economic Rewards 157
Biblical Principle 23 The Biblical Principle of Being Debt Free 160
Biblical Principle 24 The Biblical Principle of Not Borrowing Money 162
Biblical Principle 25 The Biblical Principle of Financial Discipline 169
Biblical Principle 26 The Biblical Principle of Financial Danger 172
Biblical Principle 27 The Biblical Principle of Lifestyle Change 176
Biblical Principle 28 The Biblical Principle of Counting the Cost 180
Biblical Principle 29 The Biblical Principle of Refusing to Be a Cosigner 182
Biblical Principle 30 The Biblical Principle of a Good Name 187
Section V The Practical Application
Practical Application 1 Make a Decision to Change 193
Practical Application 2 Determine Not to Overspend 195
Practical Application 3 Do Not Add New Debts 197
Practical Application 4 Break Free from the Spending Habit 200
Practical Application 5 Pay-as-You-Go 202
Practical Application 6 Manage Your Cash Flow 203
Practical Application 7 Follow a Budget 208
Practical Application 8 Generate a Financial Assessment 224
Practical Application 9 Determine What You Owe 226
Practical Application 10 Prioritize Your Debt 227
Practical Application 11 Determine How Much You Can Pay 228
Practical Application 12 Create a Payoff Plan 231
Practical Application 13 Get Professional Assistance 233
Practical Application 14 Communicate with Your Creditors 235
Practical Application 15 Determine and Reduce Your Time Goal 236
Practical Application 16 Stay Focused on Your Plan 238
Practical Application 17 Keep Your Goal in Mind 241
Practical Application 18 Decrease Your Expenses and Build Cash 243
Practical Application 19 Control Your Personal Credit 251
Practical Application 20 Manage Your Credit Record 253
Practical Application 21 Seek Higher Credit Scores 255
Practical Application 22 Rebuild Your Credit Rating 258
Practical Application 23 Stay Debt Free 262
Practical Application 24 Understand Financial Goals 265
Practical Application 25 Types of Financial Goals 267
Practical Application 26 Control Your Future with Financial Goals 269
Practical Application 27 Steps to Setting Financial Goals 273
Practical Application 28 Understand Financial Decisions 276
Practical Application 29 The Decision-Making Process 279
Practical Application 30 Steps to Making Great Financial Decisions 281
Practical Application 31 Plan for the Future 283
Practical Application 32 Save Money on Mortgage Interest 286
Practical Application 33 Save with Good Spending Habits 288
Practical Application 34 Save Money by Doing It Yourself 290
Practical Application 35 Money-Saving Solutions 292
Appendix 1 Spending/Budgeting Worksheet 295
Appendix 2 Biblical References to Finances 297
Appendix 3 Topical Index 300
Appendix 4 Scriptures Used Index 304
Appendix 5 Statement of Financial Condition 310
Bibliography 311
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