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Every American coin and dollar bill bears the best financial advice you could find: “In God We Trust.” Yet our society shows no regard for what God says about finances. In fact, we are surrounded by cultural influences encouraging us to shape our personal fiscal policy in ways that directly defy God’s Word. In spite of what our money actually says, our world’s true financial credo is much closer to “In Debt We Live.”
But God is quite clear how He views our economic stewardship, and He does not merely concern Himself with your discretionary income or how you come by it. Scripture teaches that there’s an intimate connection between who you are and how you handle your finances.
How you use your money reveals your inner character. John MacArthur demonstrates that powerful reality from 1 Timothy 6 and James 5—and provides sound, biblical advice for everyone, no matter what your account balance reads. Join him for this challenging study to see clearly The Danger of Loving Money.
This sermon series includes the following messages:
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