Managing Wealth for a Life of Purpose
February 18, 2020
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Wealth is an abundance of valuable possessions or money. It is neither positive nor negative. It’s our attitude toward wealth that determines whether wealth will enable our self-indulgence or enrich our lives and the lives of others.

Consider Abraham in in the book of Genesis, a man of immense wealth. Then think of the rich fool in the gospels. Both were rich. Their attitudes toward wealth made the difference.

What demonstrates the right attitude toward wealth?

  • Humility: After we have worked hard and have attained a degree of financial success, we need to remember the One who has given us the ability to produce that wealth.

  • Generosity: Generous people are not hoarders. They are others-centered and willing to share.

  • An Eternal Perspective: God has set eternity in the hearts of men.* He who dies with the most toys does not win.

Wealth is not the end game. It is a means to help us pursue the things that have lasting value. Master’s is here to help you use your wealth prudently and efficiently, leveraging it as a resource while staying focused on what you have been called to do in your life.

How are you using your wealth to pursue your life’s calling?

*Ecclesiastes 3:11
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