Money and Business
“Sell your possessions,” Jesus told his disciples, “and give to the poor.” Scripture abounds with warnings against the moral and spiritual corruptions that attend the desire for money and material prosperity. Can a Christian pursue profit while following Christ? Today, with more evangelicals than ever occupying the commanding heights of the business world, believers have to think afresh about how to reconcile the businessman’s moneymaking vocation with Scripture’s call to store up treasures in heaven.
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