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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4 Financial lessons from Solomon

4 modern day money lessons from the richest man ever to live

The Bible says that Solomon was the richest man who ever lived and also the wisest ever to live (1 Kings 4:31). I think that makes him qualified to give some financial advice

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5 Bible Verses about Money Every Christian Should Know

5 Bible verses about money we all should memorize

Let me start by saying that it was difficult to create this list. Think about it, I am trying to pick the best verses from the Bible about a particular topic. Are there really best verses, or are there just those that have impacted us more than others? I tend to think the latter. So, this list is just that. These are the 5 verses that, even as I just scratch the surface of understanding them, have revolutionized my financial life. Each one of them has had a strong impact on many decisions in my life. I hope you allow them to impact you as well.

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The $6 tip that made me rethink my approach

The $6 tip that made me rethink my approach to giving and generosity

Last weekend I decided to take Linda on a mother’s day trip to Nashville for the weekend. She has proved to be an awesome mother to our baby boy for the last 15 months and she deserved a little trip away. On the morning we were set to come back home, we began packing up. […]

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Why We Should Give in Secret

Why we should give in secret

Giving is giving, right? Not if you’re a Christian. There are ways to give – and God wants us to give – and there are ways we shouldn’t give. One way we shouldn’t is giving publicly. As Christians, we’re told to give in secret.

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Why God’s way takes longer

Why God's way takes longer

As I was staring at this tree I began to realize that trees grow slowly. You plant a seed for a tree and it takes a while to sprout and takes a while to grow to a decent size.Grass and even plants, on the other hand, grow a lot faster. They sprout up quickly and sometimes you can even notice growth one day to the next. I have been enjoying watching this rapid growth with all of the plants in my vegetable garden.

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The Problem With Tithing Your Time

The problem with tithing your time

The argument I hear about tithing time sounds logical: “I just can’t afford it. Every penny is spent before the month begins. Wouldn’t God understand if I were to tithe my time instead of my money?” While I don’t believe this is a black-and-white issue, I do see some problems with this mindset.

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Faith and Giving Lessons from C.S. Lewis

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In his book, Mere Christianity, C.S. Lewis explains an aspect of the Christian faith by comparing it to receiving and giving a gift.

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5 Extraordinary Stories About Giving

Cross

As a reader of ChristianPF, I assume that you agree with this statement: “Even if you pay off every debt, build a fully funded emergency fund, invest wisely for retirement, save for your children’s college fund, and pay off your house early, you could still be missing the most important personal finance principle: giving!”

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How to become richer than Rockefeller

What you can do today to become richer than John D Rockefeller

So if we think of “wealth” in terms of amenities and luxuries rather than the number on our bank statement, I would say we are doing pretty good.

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How to Build Generosity Into Your Budget

Giving

You’re out to eat with your loved one and you two strike up a conversation with the server. You come to find out that she’s a single mom, works two jobs to make ends meet, and is trying to go to school so she can get ahead. Your heart goes out to her, but what do you do?

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7 Things Every Christian Should Do Every Day

These are 7 things that every Christian should be doing each day -

As Christians, we never want to get into the legalistic practice of creating “to do lists” that we must follow in order to define ourselves as believers. But at the same time, there certain things every Christian should do every day in order to stay in faith. “But be doers of the word, and not […]

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7 Important Steps to Simple and Generous Living

Simple

There is a lot of cultural pressure toward upgrading, consuming, purchasing, and living large. Yet, in the midst of all that, I believe Christians are called to a simple and generous lifestyle. Thus, the question becomes, how can we get out of our materialistic rut?

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11 Things To Never Forget – Even On Your Worst Day

Even on your worst of days, these are 11 things that you must never forget -

There are bad days, and then there are really bad days, maybe even rising to the level of your worst day. We can probably separate worst days from bad days based on the impact that the day will have on your life. For example, on a bad day the damage is usually limited to today […]

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4 Ways to Handle Money God’s Way

Handle Money

Ever feel like your life is stuck in fast-forward? From the moment our feet hit the floor in the morning, it seems like we never let up on life’s gas pedal . . . .

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