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with Alex Cook

EDITOR IN CHIEF

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I want to talk to you about what is the most sensitive subject, and that is how we spent our money. I’ve read somewhere recently a great quote: “Our bank statements are like theological documents.” What the author really meant is that how we use our money not only tell us what we value, it tells us what we truly believe. In fact, it’s not really correct to say that the money is ours. The money that we have is…

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EDITOR IN CHIEF

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Many Christians are often surprised to find out that there are more than 2,300 Bible passages that relate to money, wealth, and possession. With the sheer amount of scripture relating to money, it would seem to be stating the obvious, that money matters to God. The reality is that money has enormous influence over our lives, and is probably the single most important thing that could distract you from your relationship and loyalty to God. Is it any wonder that the…

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EDITOR IN CHIEF

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It is often said that Christians have a love and hate relationship with money. We love what money can do. And aside from its essential nature in our day to day living, it has the power to fund ministry, transform lives, and doing mix good. On the other hand, I hate the fact that it can destroy and trap people to greed and thrifting, and the fact that it can harm your soul when its mishandled. Jesus once said, “No one can…

Related: Five Lessons from the Parable of the Talents

EDITOR IN CHIEF

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Can you predict the future? When I started out in the financial advise business, I would pour over the latest research report and devour any financial report that I can get my hands on. In the hope that these reports would help me predict the future, mainly by picking the right investment for my funds. But after a short while I soon realize that the so-called experts (despite being quite convincing in their arguments) really had no more idea than…

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