Money makes the world go 'round. However, among Christians, there has always been an inherent discomfort surrounding the topic of money. We tend to avoid financial conversations as if it's taboo. This may come from the fact that money can divide us and cause us to unfairly judge one another. Aside from our relationship with others, money may also affect and compromise our values.
In today's episode, Tim discusses his thoughts on money and our relationship with it. He also talks about how we can use it for the greater good without allowing it to control us.
This episode is for everyone who wants a better perspective of money, regardless of our struggles or beliefs about it. Tune in to this episode to learn how to get off the money roller coaster!
“Does money control you? Or do you control money?” - Click Here To Tweet This
“The people that really think about money the most are the people that usually have the least.” - Click Here To Tweet This
“If you spend your life trying to buy things to impress others, then it's going to be a very empty and shallow place to be.” - Click Here To Tweet This
“I realized that I was attempting to serve both masters. I wanted to love the Lord part-time, and then I wanted to love money and chase after it part-time. And foundationally that is impossible to do.” - Click Here To Tweet This
It’s not yours, and it will only be spent when God instructs you to do so.
“Understand that there's more significance to being a steward and a caretaker of things than to actually own things.” - Click Here To Tweet This
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