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March 22, 2009


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College professors have even used this book in their finance classes because of its easy to understand format. So, whether you invest a little or a lot, these biblical principles apply to you. In short, he's made learning about investing as painless as it's going to get.

Thanks Suzi, I was blessed enough to receive a complimentary copy of this book from Matt Pryor (@SMIUpdates). I am reading through it now & am excited for the effect it will have on my life.


Once I started to get serious about investing, it was one of the first books I read. I recommend it to everyone who is in my Dave Ramsey classes when we get to the part on investing especially those who are close to becoming debt free.

Awesome post. Thanks for the recommendation. It's also good to know that college professors use these in their finance classes.

I need to start focusing on how to get rich :)

In 1996 I purchased this book as a primer for investing. It still sits on my bookcase. It is absolutely invaluable to new investors. He seeks to serve the Lord thru' his finances. He points out why and how we should do the same. He does so in a exciting, concise, and fun way.

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I have not read it yet but it definitely needs to be in my library, maybe get one for every member of the family

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