Money and Possessions

Money and Possessions

by David Arthur
     
 

In these days of economic uncertainty, and in a society that values financial security, money is an emotional topic. Appearances and lifestyle matter to us. And money–or the lack of it–often determines whether or not were content. The truth is, our attitudes toward money and possessions reflect the quality of our relationship with God. And, according to

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Overview

In these days of economic uncertainty, and in a society that values financial security, money is an emotional topic. Appearances and lifestyle matter to us. And money–or the lack of it–often determines whether or not were content. The truth is, our attitudes toward money and possessions reflect the quality of our relationship with God. And, according to the Scriptures, our view of money reveals where our true affections lie.

Prosperity is not a sin, but it does bring responsibilities. And scarcity is not a virtue, particularly when it distracts us from the things that truly matter.

In this six-week study you will discover God’s view of material wealth. As you dig into the Scriptures, you’ll learn where money comes from, you’ll see how we’re supposed to handle it, and you’ll understand how to live an abundant life, regardless of your financial circumstances.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780307457684
Publisher:
Crown Religion/Business/Forum
Publication date:
07/21/2009
Series:
40-Minute Bible Studies Series
Edition description:
Reprint
Pages:
104
Sales rank:
996,012
Product dimensions:
5.54(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.29(d)

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Meet the Author

Kay Arthur, cofounder and CEO of Precept Ministries International (PMI), has worked with her teaching staff to create the powerful 40-Minute Bible Studies series. Kay is known around the world as a Bible teacher, author, conference speaker, and host of national radio and television programs.

David Arthur is a teaching elder and assistant pastor at Lookout Mountain Presbyterian Church. He holds a master’s degree from Reformed Theological Seminary.

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