Biblical Perspective

The Bible actually has a whole lot to say about money – for starters here are over 250 Bible Verses about money, but to get a good start on Biblical money management we recommend starting by taking our FREE 3-Week Email Course – Biblical Money Essentials.

But if you are feeling adventurous check out some of our recommended articles listed below:

Recommended articles to give a Biblical perspective about money…

* 5 bible verses about money every Christian should know
* Why God’s way takes longer
* Tithing in the New Testament
* 7 Scriptures on the Wise Use Of Money
* Encouraging Bible Verses
* Can you fit through the eye of a needle?
* Biblical Prosperity
* Should a Christian be in debt?
* Would Jesus have an emergency fund?
* Financial lessons from Solomon
* What the Bible says about Debt
* Trusting God
* Stewardship: What is it?
* The power of short prayers
* Being a good steward
* Parable of the Talents
* Encouragement from Charles Capps
* Are you a good steward of God’s money?
* What is stewardship?
* Materialism and Christianity
* 5 lessons from the garden about fruit bearing
* 4 Ways to handle money God’s way
* 10 Things Christians Should Do with their Money

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7 Thoughtful Ways Raise Non-Materialistic Children


Ironically, many children raised in wealth demonstrate the same tendencies as those who are raised in extreme poverty: depression, despair, attempted suicide, drug and alcohol use, and shoplifting. Why this behavior? The parents, who are way too busy making money, sacrifice meaningful time with their children.

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The Parable of the Sower: A New Perspective


It’s fascinating to read the parables of Jesus because there always seems to be something new that comes from it. That’s how I feel about the parable of the sower.

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7 Ways God Is Working In Your Finances

7 ways God is working in your finances

Money is amoral, neither good or bad; how we handle it is the challenge. Therefore, we shouldn’t be surprised if a holy God wants to use money to guide us, challenge us, and improve us.

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If God promised to give you anything, what would you ask for?

what would you ask God for if you could have anything? Good question to ask -

… if He said you could have anything you wanted? This is a good question to ask yourself, because it reveals a lot about your heart.

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6 Inspiring & Generous Givers from History

6 inspiring givers from history...

Giving doesn’t always involve opening your wallet. Some of these unforgettable givers did indeed make amazing financial contributions to God’s Kingdom work, but others are amazing because they gave in other ways. Whatever the type of giving, I offer a “gentle challenge” for each, in hopes that you – like me – will become a better giver.

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4 Spiritually Unhealthy Motives to Save Money

4 reasons we definitely should NOT be saving...

Motives can be as important as actions. The Bible often emphasizes that our answers to the “why” question are just as important as our answers to the “what” questions. Take giving, for example. Someone could ask you what are you giving? You might answer I’m giving x% of my income or I tithe . . . .

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24 Bible Verses that Will Change the Way You Do Business

It never ceases to amaze me how relevant the Bible still is even with some of the books being thousands of years old. Solomon said there is nothing new under the sun and he was right. Methods may change, but thousands of years ago people were still people dealing with issues just like we do. I did some digging to find some scriptures about business, because I want to do business the right way. So here are 24 helpful #bible verses that will change how you do business!

I did some digging to find some scriptures about business, because I want to do business the right way. So whether you are a business owner, an employee of a business, or just buy stuff from businesses (that covers just about all of us – right?) there is some wisdom to be received from these scriptures.

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What Does “Storing Up Treasure In Heaven” Mean?


I often think about what Jesus might say regarding the American Dream. Would he want everyone to be a homeowner, everyone to have comfort and the security of a nice economy with nothing to worry about?

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The 6 “R’s” of Christian Personal Finance: Important Biblical Principles


We want to honor God in all that we do. Honoring Him is, of course, commanded. The more we come to love God, though, the more it should be our desire to honor Him in all we do. That needs to be true in our financial lives as much as it is true in any other area of our lives.

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How I Memorized 500 Bible Verses in One Year

How I memorized 500 Bible verses - and it really is easy!

In my high school years, I gave up sports for a different activity – Bible Quiz. For those who have never heard of Bible Quiz, it’s an activity in the AG churches that brings together youth to quiz them on different books of the Bible each year. Yes, it sounds dorky, but we ended up memorizing over 2,000 verses that sharpened our minds and strengthened our faith!

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The Grass is Greener for Good Stewards


The idea that the grass is always greener on the other side is simply misleading. If you’re a motivated and driven person, what makes you think that as soon as you reach the next phase in your life that you’ll suddenly be satisfied enough to stop moving forward?

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12 Ways To Turn a Bad Day Into a Better One

They are inevitable. Bad days happen to everyone. But, there are things you can do to make them better. Here are 12 simple things you can do right now to improve your day!

Bad days are inevitable. They happen to everyone. But, there are things you can do to make them better. Here are a few of my favorite ways to turn a bad day around…

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Are You Trusting God with Your Giving?


In a time of serious persecution, some churches in the region of Macedonia had continued to give. In fact, they gave “beyond their means” (2 Corinthians 8:3). Using these generous Christians as examples, Paul wrote to the Christians at Corinth . . . .

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