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Navigating Your Finances God's Way

Navigating Your Finances God's Way

There is a foundational principle in navigating our finances God’s way, which changes everything about how we look at money and possessions and how we practically earn and spend it! God asked Job a question (41:11) and then answers it Himself, “Who then is he who can stand before me? Who has first given to me, that I should repay him? Whatever is under the whole heaven is mine.”  Answering the question of “whose money is it?” can be both challenging and liberating at the same time! Getting back on the gold standard means realizing ‘he who has the gold, makes the rules!’ 
 
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How much is enough?

Peter Briscoe
Sunday 30 October 2016
Two of the most heard questions these days are “will I have enough” for all I want to do and “will it continue to be enough in the uncertain days and years ahead?”  Today we will try to shed some light on these questions and add a third question “How much IS enough?” It has been said that for those who do not know how much is enough, nothing is enough! Answering the question is a key to contentment, fulfilment and reaching your God-given goals.
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Back to the Gold Standard

Peter Briscoe
Sunday 23 October 2016
Here's a link to the video that Peter showes during the sermon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=upmyrinWq64

There is a foundational principle in navigating our finances God’s way, which changes everything about the way we look at money and possessions and how we practically earn and spend our money! God asked Job a question (41:11) and then answers it Himself, “Who then is he who can stand before me? Who has first given to me, that I should repay him? Whatever is under the whole heaven is mine.”  Answering the question of “whose money is it?” can be both challenging and liberating at the same time! Getting back on the gold standard means realising ‘he who has the gold, makes the rules!’