The Book of Signs by David Jeremiah

The Book of Signs: 31 Undeniable Prophecies of the Apocalypse by David Jeremiah My rating: 5 of 5 stars David Jeremiah’s Comprehensive Tour of the Second Coming David Jeremiah has written an epic book on the signs of the times. This book shows that Jeremiah has studied carefully the events surrounding the return of Jesus…

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How many times should a Christian pray everyday?

The number of times you pray is not as important as the connection to God you make whenever you pray. I believe the secret to prayer is abiding in Christ. Jesus said, “I am the vine, you are the branches. He who abides in Me, and I in him, bears much fruit; for without Me you…

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Is Greed Idolatry?

Wall Street Greed

In the 1987 movie, Wall Street, Gordon Gekko declares, “Greed is good!” Thankfully, not many agree. However, more would say that ambition is good or acquisition is good. They defend wealth and riches, and these are certainly better than poverty. I disagree that greed, ambition, and acquisition are good. Greed is commonly understood as placing…

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How Ingratitude Keeps You Poor

Americans are blessed financially when compared to the rest of the world. According to the website mic.com, “someone at the poverty line in the United States is in the top 14% of the global income distribution.” But, if you are living at the poverty line, you probably don’t feel like you’re in the top 14%…

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The Earth’s Purchase History

At the beginning of time itself, God created the heavens and the earth. As Creator, God is the ultimate owner of both the heavens and the earth. We read King David’s declaration in Psalm 24:1, “The earth is the LORD’s, and all its fullness, The world and those who dwell therein.” – Psalm 24:1 NKJV.…

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Are Christians Supposed to Be Poor?

Should Christians be poor? Should Christians be rich? I hope to show over the next couple of weeks that, as followers of Christ, we shouldn’t seek poverty and we shouldn’t seek exorbitant wealth. We should instead be content with what God gives us. This week, let’s focus on the question of poverty. There is something…

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Why Saving is Better Than Debt

As an American it is tempting to pull out your credit card and buy anything that catches your eye as you walk through the mall. If we can’t afford it, it seems logical to charge it now. “I could never save enough to get this without using credit!” we reason. The truth is that if…

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The Bible’s Formula For a Better Financial Life Revealed

Have you ever been suckered into a get-rich-quick scheme? You know, the ones that advertise on television in the middle of the night, promising that their method is guaranteed to make you wealthy. It usually involves purchasing an expensive course that puts money in the bank. The problem is that money goes in their account,…

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Four Money Sins You May Be Committing (Part 2)

The four money scripts were identified as money avoidance, money worship, money status, and money vigilance. These can be compared to the money sins of ingratitude, greed, covetousness, and selfishness. If you are guilty there is a way of escape. Follow these suggestions to change your attitude about your finances. To overcome the money sin…

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Four Money Sins You May Be Committing (Part 1)

Psychologists are beginning to recognize the money sins that the scriptures have spoken of all along. In 2011, Brad Klontz and a team of researchers from Kansas State University conducted a survey and identified 4 abhorrent mindsets associated the accumulation of wealth and money. These were designated as the “Klontz Money Scripts.” Their findings were…

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