May 2013

This article kind of flies in the face of the popular feel good ‘positive thinking’ philosophy, but before you jump to any conclusions, read on. Also, this has many ramifications to personal finances, which I will get to at the end of the article. The Power of Positive Thinking made popular by the Dr. Reverend Norman […]

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How encouraging is that title?  I talk to people all of the time who are struggling with finances. Its hard to go through financial difficulty, when you remember prosperity and abundance Bible verses, and while we live in the great land of the American Dream; a glittery  Disney Land like consumerism driven world. Maybe they have done […]

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This week’s money and stewardship devotional from the four Gospels* is from Luke 10:25-28 and Matthew 22:36-40 is about what we are to love. “Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the Law?” Jesus replied: “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ This is the first […]

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Found this great article on John Piper’s blog: http://www.desiringgod.org/blog (Posted March 2012) Tonight a ticket will be chosen worth over half a billion dollars. Lottery agents in New York were selling 1.3 million Mega Millions tickets per hour Thursday. Officials were expecting to sell about 1.2 billion tickets total before the drawing. “Americans spend about $60 […]

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Rather than consider how much money we need to be happy, why not turn the question on its head and think about how too much money could make us unhappy. It may be a cliché, but there is truth in the saying, “money can’t buy happiness.” In a recent study profiled on the New York […]

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