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Your Money Counts Paperback – March 17, 1997
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Top Customer Reviews
The chapter on honesty at work is particularly convicting. He writes that most people define honesty as what we can get away with, but the Bible always defines it as absolute faithfulness to the unvarnished truth. I really enjoyed the part of the book about work and becoming focused on a calling from God.
Dayton studied for two years the 2300+ verses in the Bible on money. He writes with candor and humility. I like that he challenges Christians to look at their lifestyle based on being faithful to God, and not automatically raise it with their income. Greed the silent sin is one of the most pervasive sins in our culture, he says.
For anyone that is interested in becoming more faithful to God with their money, and would like to experience the peace and joy that comes from learning contentment, I would highly recommend this book.
Ashley Hodge, CFP
This is not a book that just concentrates on making you rich, but a book that presents principles on finances that will change your attitude and your actions and lead you towards God's will in your finances.
The book's subtitles cover the topics presented in seventeen brief, topical chapters. Dayton's no-nonsense style is softened by his transparency regarding his own one-time disorganized financial style. A box on the 'contrasts' between secular and biblical notions of finances and another on 'commitment' conclude most of the chapters, crystallizing the teaching that preceded them and adding a practical feel to a book designed as a guide-book towards D-Day ('Debtless Day'). Dayton is convinced that Christians can and should make that journey. The webpage of Crown Financial Ministries (...) provides additional information and tools.
your money counts is an excellent book.
Make sure you get the lastest version when ordering.... it has a green and gold cover, with a small picture of money on the front. Date is from 1996.
ISBN is: 0-9651114-0-7
make sure you get the latest copy. :)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
First things first: this book is about: "the biblical guide to earning, spending, saving investing, giving, and getting out of debt"
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Excellent book. I can't wait to read it again. It will become my go to book in regard to how to live a biblical life with our finances.Published 6 months ago by JF
This book has really opened my eyes about approaching money from a Biblical perspective.
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This book is transformational and real. It touches the fabric of your soul and strips to reality the place a believer needs to be in their walk with Christ. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Morale Up Publications