The author truly starts out on the right foot when he makes it clear to the reader that this book is not merely a collection of his own opinions about money and finances; rather, it is a collection of God’s thoughts on those subjects, as they are found in His written Word. I love how he pointed out in the preface that our relationship with money and our level of financial maturity will almost always be a reflection of our relationship with the Lord and our level of spiritual maturity.
It was a great idea for the author to structure the content of this book to reflect the way the New Testament Epistles are written – the theology behind wise money management comes before the “how-to” application of what we should or should not do with our finances. One of the things that struck me in particular was just how much Jesus Himself talked about money – making it the subject of nearly 1/3 of His parables! I appreciate Pastor LaPierre’s practical wisdom and insights into Christ-like giving, charity, debt, and God-honoring retirement. And in the very last chapter of the book, he does an incredible job bringing to light how the Bible uses financial vocabulary to point us to the true spiritual riches of redemption in Jesus, Who imputed His righteousness to us so that we poor sinners could be ransomed from the debt of sin that we could never repay!
Whether you are struggling to get a handle on your money, or you think you have your finances under control – either way, this book is a practical, Scripture-focused guide that I would gladly recommend to anyone who wants to improve their relationship with the Lord and use His financial resources for His glory. May the Lord cause this book to be a blessing to all who read it!
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It’s my prayer that whether you’re young or old, married or single, working or staying at home, Your Finances God’s Way will give you everything you need to be a Christ-like steward of the resources He’s given you.
All for our King’s glory,