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Using Your Money Wisely

Paperback|Jun 1990
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<div>Concise articles cover virtually every aspect of finances. (More than 100,000 in print)</div>


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<div>Concise articles cover virtually every aspect of finances. (More than 100,000 in print)</div>
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Larry Burkett, renowned for his Christian Financial Concepts ministry, has dedicated himself to helping people understand what the Scripture says about finances. Through a series of outstanding articles taken from CFC newsletters, Using Your Money Wisely clearly demonstrates God's principles for prudent money management.
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Larry Burkett

Larry Burkett was the founder and president of Christian Financial Concepts, a non-profit organization dedicated to teaching Biblical principles of money management. He was the author of over seventy books, including The Coming Economic Earthquake, Your Finances in Changing Times, The Financial Planning Workbook, Investing for the Future, Financial Parenting, and Business by the Book, with totals in excess of 11 million. Larry's ministry also included a monthly Christian newsletter and four worldwide radio broadcasts, Money Matters, How to Manage Your Money, Money Watch, and A Money Minute, Larry died in 2003.

  • :<div>part 1: Attitude<p>fear Of The Future<br><br>brokenness-god's Best<br><br>being Content<br><br>love Your Enemies<br><br>suffering For Christ Vs. Living Like A King<br><br>being Excellent In A Mediocre World<br><br>finances And Your Relationship With God<br><br>how To Be A Success<br><br>how To Handle A Surplus<br><br>how To Prosper From Problems<br><br>how Deceit Destroys<br><br>how "things" Demand Attention<br><br>dealing With Pride<br><br>assuming God's Will<br><br>christian Commitment-what Is It?<br><br>is Gambling Wrong?<br><br>christian Compromise<p><br>part 2: Church And Sharing<p>financial Needs Of Divorcees<br><br>is Welfare Scriptural?<br><br>fleecing The Flock<br><br>church Borrowing<br><br>the Church And Money<br><br>church Benevolence Programs<p><br>part 3: Insurance And Investing<p>avoiding "get-rich-quick"<br><br>the Purpose Of Investing<br><br>selecting Good Counsel<br><br>insurance-is It Scriptural?<p><br>part 4: Borrowing And Lending <p>surety-what Is It?<br><br>borrowing: A Biblical Perspective<br><br>lending To Others<br><br>collecting Debts<p><br>part 5: Business<p>bankruptcy-is It Scriptural?<br><br>what Is A Christian Business?<br><br>the Purpose Of A Business<br><br>unequally Yoked<br><br>keeping A Vow<br><br>financial Honesty<br><br>retirement-is It Scriptural?<br><br>business Ethics<br><br>paying A Fair Wage<br><br>to Sue Or Not To Sue<br><br>work As Unto The Lord<br><br>multi-level Sales Programs<br><br>how To Identify Business Bondage<br><br>too Busy To Serve<p><br>part 6: Family<p>husband-wife Communications<br><br>should Wives Work?<br><br>financial Authority In The Home<br><br>the Wife's Role In Business<br><br>disciplining Children<br><br>financial Discipline In Children<br><br>symptoms Of Financial Problems<br><br>choosing The Right Vocation<br><br>keeping Christ In Christmas<br><br>setting Goals<br><br>the Issue Of Inheritance<p><br>part 7: Ministries And Scriptural Highlights<p>christian Fund-raising<br><br>give And It Will Be Given To You<br><br>seek The Kingdom Of God</p></div>

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There are five basic business function that together constitute the activities of a Christian business. Function 1: Evangelism. There is no toll more effective for evangelism than a business dedicated to the lord. Not only can employees be won by a dedicated owner or manager, but, similarly, so can suppliers, creditors and customers. The key here is the walk, not the talk. Function 2: Discipleship. Evangelism is sharing Christ's message of salvation with the lost. Discipleship is training Christians to grow stronger in their faith. In a business, that effort should be directed by the owner or manager to those immediately under his authority. It is they who will then be able to disciple the others under their authority. "And the things which you have heard from me in the presence of many witnesses, these entrust to faithful men, who will be able to teach others also" (2Timothy 2:2). Function3: To fund God's work. A business is the best tool for funding God's work ever created. A property run business can generate excess capital to meet needs, share the gospel, and still continue its operations day-by-day. There are many creative ways to use such funds to further God's work. Obviously, giving to your church and to ministries is good and necessary to do God's work, but there are many ministries available within the business itself. For instance, several Christian businessmen have hired full-time counselors who work with employees who have personal problems. Function4: Provide for needs. A business must provide for the needs of the employees, creditors, customers, and owners. That is done by paying salaries, paying for supplies and equipment in a timely fashion, and providing a quality product at a fair price. In our modern business environment, the principle seems to be meet the owner's needs, wants, and desires first, then pay the employees what is necessary to keep them off his back. Many creditors are paid late, or not at all, and the customers are viewed as a necessary evil. If a Christian business owner accepts meeting needs as a normal part of God's plan, his business will play an effective role in evangelism and discipleship. Function5: To generate profits. Any business must be able to make a profit if it is to continue operations. Sometimes Christians seem to believe that God will bless them supernaturally, while they ignore every pretense of good management. If you believe that, you haven't studied God's Word very thoroughly. God's Word directs us to think and plan. "The mind of man plans his way, but the Lord directs his steps" (Proverbs 16:9)

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