Christian Financial Advice on Debt

A short gem of knowledge

Many have said that in the last few years our country has not been hurt this bad financially since the Great Depression of the 30’s.  I do believe greed is part of the financial dilemma, but I also believe that most of us have contributed to it.  Most of those who are not greedy have been taught incorrectly by them who wish to make a profit at our expense.  Financial intelligence doesn’t come naturally to anyone, much like riding a bike doesn’t come naturally.  Those who have learned financial wisdom may believe that others are unwise, when in reality they’re untaught.

Below is a pamphlet created by an inspiring Christian, Marvin J. Ashton.  You may be atheist, agnostic, or a believer in the divine and still receive the wisdom needed so that you can pull yourself from the cycle of debt.  So that the bonds of debt will be loosened and that you can have a unrestrained ‘pursuit of happiness’.

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 “A budget is telling your money where to go, instead of wondering where it went.” John Maxwell

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