A Christian View of Money: Celebrating God's Generosity by Mark L. Vincent

By Mark L. Vincent

This familiar publication info what Christians think approximately incomes and utilizing funds. every one bankruptcy ends with open-ended eventualities for mirrored image and dialogue.

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At the end of the Old Testament era, the prophet Isaiah looks ahead to a new society that God will create. This new paradise is not a return to Eden's innocence. Rather, it includes God's deep-flowing grace to heal pain and restore the universe to its intended place. Page 35 Isaiah describes God's new society as: Happy (Isaiah 65:17-19). · God commands eternal gladness and rejoicing in the new creation (v. 18). · The people who live there are a joy to behold (v. 18). · The newly created Jerusalem brings delight.

Treasure can dominate and twist the human spirit if not held in check by a more powerful master. Reflections What do the following uses of money reveal about the person's worldview? a. Harold Lenacher's credit card debt equals two months of his salary. He pays 3 percent of each month's wages just to keep the balance from increasing. He pays an additional 5 percent of his monthly wages to try to bring the balance down. However, his continued use of plastic for impulse purchases keeps the monthly balance from diminishing.

As stewards of money and possessions, we are to live simply, practice mutual aid within the church, uphold economic justice, and give generously and cheerfully. As persons dependent on God's providence, we are not to be anxious about the necessities of life, but to seek first the kingdom of God. " In the commentary on Article 21, it is noted that "our tradition of simple living is rooted not in frugality for its own sake, but in dependence on God, the Owner of everything, for our material needs.

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