This is the final post in my series on Biblical Finances. We’re going to wrap up with learning what it means to be content with your finances, no matter what stage of financial management you are at.
After all these posts about financial management, about investing, debt, focusing on finances, etc., this posts is intended to bring it all into perspective. Finances are not the end-all and be-all. They are a stumbling block that needs to be managed. Finances are an aspect of your life that needs attention. If you do not pay attention, it will distract you. The danger is to be distracted on the other side of the spectrum, to chase money, to love your money.
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