Financial Priorities

Even when the economy is not doing well, people still find money to spend on certain things. Studies have shown that, even in hard times, folks will still have enough money for movies, fast food, pets and other non-essential items. They come up with the money to do the things they really want to do.
Here’s the question: Do you really want to advance the kingdom of God? Dr. David Jeremiah says, ͞How we manage what God has given us is a leading indicator of our priorities…When we consecrate ourselves to the Lord, our billfolds go along for the ride.”

“…Now, who is willing to consecrate himself today to the Lord?”—1 Chronicles 29:5.

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