End Times Money Management
1. Looking At Money, Life, And Eternity ^2. A Personal View: Twenty Enriching Years Of Looking at Money ^3. Thinking About Money ^4. Feeling The Pains And Joys Of Money ^5. The Spirit Of Money ^6. More Godly Perspectives For...
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1. Looking At Money, Life, And Eternity ^2. A Personal View: Twenty Enriching Years Of Looking at Money ^3. Thinking About Money ^4. Feeling The Pains And Joys Of Money ^5. The Spirit Of Money ^6. More Godly Perspectives For Managing Wealth ^7. Lend Unto Others As You Would Have Them Lend Unto You ^8. Creating Riches For Your Neighbor As Yourself^^176 Pages
In the 1980s, countless Christians burned their credit cards and traded stocks for gold in anticipation of an economic earthquake. Then came the Gulf War. Many battened down for Armageddon_and sailed instead into a time of unprecedented prosperity. Americans have been snapping up stocks by the fistful ever since. ^^Are these extremes really consistent with what the Bible teaches? Are we guided by prudence, or by fear and greed, each in turn? ^^Financial expert Gary Moore insists that, as many Christian leaders warn about the end of the world, Christians need to know how to manage their money without sacrificing either their common sense or their souls. In End-Times Money Management, Moore turns to the Bible to uncover God-honoring principles of investment that challenge some popular_but unbiblical_ideas. He discusses specific stocks that Christians can invest in and see a return both in their finances and in the kingdom of God. He includes an appendix of addresses and phone numbers for recommended stocks. And he shows why Christians can and should invest responsibly, if indeed the end is near. ^
Moore is founder of Gary Moore & Co.