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Christianity and Money

Christianity and Money
Christianity and Money
Marian Smith

Are you repelling money because you see it as the root of all evil?

Would you like to give more to your church or charity, but just can't afford it?

Maybe it is time to see money as an instrument for good. Money in itself is not evil. It is paper. Churches could not exist without it.

In the Houston area, there is a large population of Christians, both rich and poor. Some have a huge heart for helping the poor or less fortunate, but do not have the financial means to do so.

How do you attract more money into your life when you are already working long hours and paying off debt?

The key is to have money coming in when you are not even working.

Wouldn't it be nice to have money coming into your household even when you are sick or lose your job? Wouldn't it be nice not to have to trade your valuable time for money? It is possible with leveraged income and residual income.

Thousands of Christians, including pastors in the Houston area and across the nation, have learned how to create leveraged and residual income in order to help other people. Some of them see it as their ministry to provide justice for all people, whether rich or poor.

To learn more about how this is possible, go to


"Making My First Ten Million," Brian Carruthers

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