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Good money management begins with
Rooting out the Spiritual Disease of Worshipping Worldly Riches

Luke 16:13
13 "No servant can serve two masters.
The servant will hate one master and love the other,
or will follow one master and refuse to follow the other.
You cannot serve both God and worldly riches."
(The Holy Bible : New Century Version)

There is nothing wrong with having worldly riches.
But a problem does arise if Worldly Riches become an idol in our heart and they begin to have us instead of us having them.

Psalms 112:
5 A good man deals graciously and lends;
He will guide his affairs with discretion.
6 Surely he will never be shaken;
The righteous will be in everlasting remembrance.
7 He will not be afraid of evil tidings;
His heart is steadfast, trusting in the Lord...
9 He has dispersed abroad, He has given to the poor;
His righteousness endures forever;
His horn will be exalted with honor.

Father, teach me how to make YOU my God. Help me to lay down the idol of Worldly Riches, so that I can find my inner rest in You,
in Jesus' name,

There's a new thought here tomorrow.
See you then, God willing!

Psalm 107:
17 Some fools turned against God and suffered for the evil they did.
18 They refused to eat anything, so they almost died.
19 In their misery they cried out to the LORD, and he saved them from their troubles.
20 God gave the command and healed them, so they were saved from dying.
21 Let them give thanks to the LORD for his love and for the miracles he does for people.
22 Let them offer sacrifices to thank him. With joy they should tell what he has done.
(New Century Bible)

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