What the Bible Actually Says About Money: 31 Mediations

Scott Morton

 

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The Bible has over two thousand verses about money, but let’s start with thirty-one.

Most people have strong opinions about money, but admit they rarely study

Bible verses on it.

You owe it to yourself to take a few minutes each day for a month to discover firsthand what the Bible actually teaches about money. Fasten your seatbelt, and enjoy the ride!

Scott Morton is an international funding coach for The Navigators. He has served in collegiate ministry, metro discipling, as director of staff funding, as US vice president of development, and in discipleship of young business leaders.

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“I read it and I was humbled and helped by what you wrote beyond words. It really ministered to me!” -Wisconsin

“What The Bible Says About Money devotional. It is a great study – I read it in entirety rather than a day-at-a-time. I have ordered copies for my pastor as well as people in my Bible Study group.” -Minnesota

“The two chapters that have struck me are: 1) confessing worry and 2) secretly desiring to be rich.”   –From V, a Grad Student in the Middle East

“I had to pause on Day Three and work through my views and attitudes.  It was not reasonable to read one of these each day and give it the attention I knew the Spirit would desire.  So I ended up pausing on Day Three until recently.  I have resumed, but will probably end up on a pace of two meditations a week.  I want to give each chapter the attention it deserves.These meditations on money are well done, a pleasure to read and to think about.” –A Wisconsin medical professional

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