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The Purposes of Money by Os Hillman
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The Purposes of Money

by Os Hillman

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In a matter of months a series of crises entered the world of a successful advertising agency executive that would alter his life forever. These life-changing events led him to discover wrong priorities about money and how many people erroneously view money. He began to wrestle with questions like, "What is God's real purpose for money? If I don't have enough money, what is God trying to teach me? How do I know when I am in God's will as it relates to money? Why does God prosper some, while others still live in need? Can we trust God to provide when we don't have enough?" Hillman looks at five common fallacies that exemplify the belief system of many people and the five main purposes God has established for money. Questions are at the conclusion of each chapter, which provide opportunities for reflection or group discussion.… (more)

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