It’s okay to build wealth as long as it’s a byproduct of being a faithful steward and getting rich is not your primary focus. The Bible warns us against the temptation to become rich in 1 Timothy 6:9, which states says, “Those who want to get rich fall into temptation and are caught in the trap of many foolish and harmful desires, which pull them down to ruin and destruction.”
Along with a godly attitude, the resources we need are:
Patience and time
Understanding your current situation and your personal financial pitfalls
Willingness to change bad habits (which can be hard and painful)
Here are some godly ways you can use the hard work, responsibility and self-control to build wealth with the proper attitude:
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