Money In The Light Of Eternity
You Are Created for More.
Our hearts are filled with all types of longings-yearnings for contentment, satisfaction, and happiness. We all want to be part of something greater than ourselves. Yet our biggest temptation is to try to satisfy those longings by seeking after more money and more stuff. That is junk food for our souls, full of quickly fading pleasure that leaves us unhealthier than we were before.
We deeply desire God and the good gifts that come from him alone. It’s the way we’re wired.
Does your heart long to be a part of something greater than yourself?
God’s most ambitious mission is ready for you to join. When was the last time you used money in a way that brought about deep, refreshing happiness and satisfaction for yourself and for others?
Money in Light of Eternity helps you see money the way God views it. When you follow God’s design for your life, you will find what no large bank account, big house, or fast car could ever provide. You will find your true heart.
You were created for so much more.
SKU (ISBN): 9781496473769
Art Rainer | Editor: Thom Rainer
Binding: Cloth Text
Published: September 2023
Church Answers Resources
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers
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