Care | Money | Sin | Stewardship

How should we regard money? Do we swear off the filthy stuff? Take vows of poverty? John Wesley offered a more workable lead when he urged: “Make all you can, save all you can, and then give all you can.” Myron Hayes was on the money when he said: “Riches, when honestly gained, are an achievement, and when unselfishly administered, a stewardship.” Samuel Maconaghy determined that when it came to money, “I will be the master and not the servant of my possessions.” Focal Point.

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