Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Living in Financial Victory - Book Review

I received book for review from Moody Publishers.  The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way.  Please do your own research before purchasing products or using services.  Your opinions and results may differ.

“Stewardship? What’s that got to do with me?” you might ask.

Tony Evans explains that all we think we own really belongs to God. And when we think of “our” money that way, we can learn to be good stewards, or managers, of what has been entrusted to us.

Living in Financial Victory carefully lays out how we should approach the vital topic of money in the areas of:

Stewardship — Using what we have to further God’s kingdom agenda

Rewards — The blessings and benefits of doing it God’s way

Victory — Overcoming debt and being in financial bondage

Tony Evans will help you discover the answers to everyday financial issues by showing you that God has a purpose for your money. Take the journey through this concise and practical book.

My Review:

Written with much Biblical reference and scripture, Living in Financial Victory is a quick read that gives tips and advice on how to get out of debt and stay that way.  Written from a Christian perspective, this book serves harsh realities of God's views about debt, laziness, and stewardship.  There's not a lot of concrete suggestions on exact steps to receive financial victory.  There is, however, helpful and insightful information on what it takes to be a good steward.  Living in Financial Victory doesn't beat around the bush, and is straight-forward with how a person needs to focus their thoughts on finances.  It also reminds us that we need to seek God as a first priority before we worry about material matters.

3 comments:

Sue Hull said...

I definitely need to read this book. I need all the help I can get when it comes to money :)

Sue Hull said...

I definitely need to read this book. I need all the help I can get when it comes to money :)

Jerry Marquardt said...

This looks like a nice book in order to get financial health in order. Thanks for the recommendation.