All the Financial Scriptures in the Bible with Commentary

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Rich Brott, 2008 - Business & Economics - 364 pages
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The Bible is packed full of Scriptures that are related in some way to financial topics. The Scriptures relate to personal stewardship, issues of debt and credit, saving and investing, how to treat the poor and less fortunate, honesty and truthfulness, laziness and diligence, contentment and the cost of self-indulgence, business and entrepreneurism, tithing and the giving of offerings, as well as wealth and abundance. So many areas of our financial life are written about in Scripture. The Scriptures in the Bible that relate to issues of finance and stewardship offer to each of us help in many areas of our personal and professional life. With them we can learn and understand that: Money management is very closely related to the biblical idea of stewardship. We must become wise when it comes to borrowing and credit issues. We can live according to God's Word, and enjoy the blessings that flow out of this obedience. We must find out what God's purpose is for our life and for our finances. By living these principles they will not only affect our checkbooks, but also our priorities, our personal goals, our vision, and our lifestyle. It is important to learn what God has to say about money management. When we are successful in God's economy, we benefit both now and for eternity. Those who build their lives upon the truths of God's Word discover a foundation that brings peace, wisdom, and success.
 

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Contents

Table of Contents
9
Abundance
11
Accounting
26
Actions Against the Less Fortunate
29
Blamelessness
34
Borrowing
38
Budgeting
43
Caution
47
Needs
124
Planning
126
Pride
127
Prosper
131
Prosperity
143
Prosperous
151
Retirement
153
Rich Riches
154

Contentment
50
Counsel
56
Cosigning Notes
59
Debt
61
Diligence
66
Dishonesty
70
Envy
76
Excellence
77
Getting the Facts
78
Giving
80
Greed
85
Helping the Less Fortunate
89
Hoarding Greed
93
Honesty
96
Honesty versus Unmerited Gain
99
Humility
101
Inheritance
104
Investing
107
Investments
112
Laziness
117
Lending
121
Saving
163
SelfControl
165
Sharing
167
Slothfulness
171
Speculation
172
Suing
175
Supporting the Wealthy
176
Taxes
177
Tithing
179
Trust
183
Truthfulness
184
Waste
189
Wealth
192
Wives
203
Work
205
Worry
209
Offering
215
Offerings
327
Summary
333
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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. Rich has served in an executive position of some very successful businesses. He has functioned on the board of directors for churches, businesses, and charities and served on a college advisory board. Rich has traveled to more than 25 countries on teaching assignments and business concerns. Rich Brott has authored thirty-five books.

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