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The God Who Provides

100 Bible Verses for Financial Wisdom
De : Zondervan
Lu par : Mark Smeby
Durée : 2 h et 9 min

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With so many financial pressures and responsibilities, it can be challenging to know how to follow God's principles for managing money. Yet stewarding our finances is a significant part of seeking God's peace in every area of our lives. 

The God Who Provides: 100 Bible Verses for Financial Wisdom gives priceless insight and inspiration on finance management - including saving, budgeting, giving, debt, investing, and planning for the future. Each verse is paired with a prayer and an encouraging devotion to lead you into deeper dependence on God and to help you apply biblical money practices to your life today. 

Whether you're looking to align your bank account with God's principles or facing financial anxiety, this audiobook will assure you that you're never alone on this journey. Reflect on biblical principles, reset your finances, and discover God's peace and provision.

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Good for 5th or 6th-8th Grade and High School

This study on financial wisdom is limited to the one book of Proverbs where approximately 1.5 min average, is given for commentary successively to the verses in proverbs. There are100 of these and each begins with the verse and some comments are made. This is an excellent book for late elementary school and high school. I was looking for something more appropriate to an adult and this content was aimed at a less experienced person. It lays the foundation and gives a good simplistic overview of wisdom and finances based on Proverbs alone. A good book to me would have content that is at the level of maturity beyond the elementary and intermediate and would have to include the New Testament and have the trials of life accounted for, as basic financial facts are just a foundation.. Understanding relationship with God and the needs in this life and how God takes care of us in emergencies, etc. requires something more pastoral by someone who would have matured and have been through some things. God is our provider and our intimacy with Him brings power and harmony into the natural realm. An in-depth study would need to include other books and especially the New Testament where we see persecution and need to trust God when at a precipice. Suddenlies and hard places require more faith. Elementary school-age and High School students would benefit from the foundational content of this book.