15 Biblical Responsibilities Leading to Financial Wisdom: Accepting Personal Accountability

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Rich Brott, 2008 - Business & Economics - 120 pages
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Attaining financial wisdom comes after learning some personal responsibilities. We have to fulfill those responsibilities as well. Some are very basic, such as simply acknowledging that God owns it all. Others have to do with productivity, time management and learning how to plan ahead. If you are to lead a prosperous and successful life, you must apply biblical instruction to work hard and lead a disciplined live. Then there is the responsibility of diligence, not being wasteful and knowing how to be good stewards in the handling of our possessions. We are to be accountable in caring for our resources, give generously to God and seek wisdom in matters of finances. Author Rich Brott explains these principles in simple, easy-to-understand narrative.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgment
9
Understanding Creation Resources
15
Reflection
23
Gifting Stewardship
27
Productivity
29
Time Management
37
Planning Ahead
45
Disciplined Living
49
No Waste
55
Handling Our Possessions
62
Individual Accountability
68
Giving Generously
72
Seeking Wisdom in Matters of Finance
82
Learning to Save
89
Summary
94
Copyright

Diligence
51

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About the author (2008)

Rich Brott holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business and Economics and a Master of Business Administration. He has served in an executive position of some very successful businesses. Additionally, he has functioned on the board of directors for churches, businesses, and charities and served on an advisory board for a college and other entities. He has traveled to more than 25 countries on teaching assignments and business concerns. Rich has authored over twenty books. He and his wife Karen, have been married for 35 years. Rich Brott resides in Portland, Oregon, with his wife, three children, son-in-law and granddaughter.

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