Financial Freedom: Seven Secrets to Reduce Financial Worry

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Moody Press, Feb 15, 1999 - Business & Economics - 211 pages
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How much is enough? Having money is becoming increasingly more important in our society. When questioned, many Americans answered that being financially well-off was more important than raising a family and helping others. And this is not a phenomenon that is occurring only on the outside of the Church. Christians are finding themselves lured into the financial freedom trap, as well.Join Ray Linder as he takes a look at what God says about money and our use of it. See how changing your attitude about what you have is what truly sets you free. Gain a new perspective on your finances and reduce financial worry with these seven truths: 1. Financial freedom is an attitude, not an amount. 2. Give God you heart, not your money. 3. Spend wisely your money, whatever the amount. 4. Take steps to reduce and control debt. 5. Invest by the book, not by your emotions. 6. Good stewards consider relationships in their decision-making. 7. Trust in the Lord with all your heart. Don't wait any longer. Now is the time to banish financial worry forever.

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Contents

Acknowledgments
9
The Quest for Financial Freedom
15
How Not How Much
31
Copyright

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