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April 01, 2012


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Great post. I think that it boils down to where you place your focus. For me money is an essential part of day to day living, without it you cannot pay the bills but believing that it is the be all and end all is misguided. I totally agree that having a healthy attitude which is not money centered is key.

I think you're right on the money with this post. One of the core messages of the Bible is that we don't get our roots down too deep in the world. Our roots are going too deep when we give into the drive to consume, because consumption is all about impressing others.

Apart for a deeper relationship with God, our financial situations are better when we consume less. When we do, there's more left for saving and investing. When we save and invest, there's more money available to invest in the Kingdom of God, which is where our treasures should lie if we're following Scripture.

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