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April 19, 2009


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God uses money to prove His love.

Yikes! So God doesn't love poor people, huh? Good to know.

God uses money to prove His love. From the Crown Website - Scripture tells us that God assumes the responsibility of providing the basic necessities for everyone who trusts in Him (Matthew 7:11 - If you, then, though you are evil, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will your Father in heaven give good gifts to those who ask him!). By transferring all money to Him, He often uses money to meet those necessities of life.

Sarah --

You may actually want to click through to the article and read the details before you make false comments/assumptions like that.

"God uses money to demonstrate His faithfulness" - I don't agree with you!!

It's been proven in my and though it is not popular opinion I'll post it here for those who wish to contemplate it: Poor people are the result of poor decisions. Wise men can't be poor simply because they don't make poor choices.

2 + 2 = 4, and 4 - 2 = 2

Our financial life is not an accident, but the sum total of our financial choices, and anyone who tells you otherwise is lying.

I'm just trying to recover by the fact that God uses money in general... I would assume he would smite everyone who didn't give him what he wanted.

We are talking about the God from the old testament right?

"Wise men can't be poor?"

Holy cow. I guess every single member of an order who's taken a vow of poverty is a fool, then!

FMF: you provided the bullet point. If you think it's misleading, perhaps you'd better revise it?

Sarah --

It's not misleading. You're taking a portion of the piece and twisting it to fit your biased view. What you're doing is fairly transparent.

If you REALLY want to see what the piece says, click through and read it. If you don't then you can comment on what I say -- which is much more detailed.

I agree with Sarah, the argument that God uses money to prove his love doesn't make any sense. There's no logic in this argument, no real proof to my opinion, but I guess that's faith.

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