Broadcast Date: November 13, 2017

Millionaire hedge fund manager James Altucher said he believed that once he made ten million dollars he would be happy. But he believed that if he had ten million then the next guy must have eleven million, so he felt poor. John D. Rockefeller said, “I have made millions but they have brought me no happiness.” Andrew Carnegie quipped that, “millionaires seldom smile.”

Why is that? It very well may be because many of them do not have a right perspective for God’s View of Money.

In this new teaching from Dr. Randy, he teaches that money reveals three things in your life: a belief problem, a self-control problem, and a heart problem. Solomon wrote in Ecclesiastes 5:10, “Those who love money will never have enough. How meaningless to think that wealth brings true happiness!”

Today is Part ONE of Dr. Randy’s 4-part teaching series: God’s View of Money. It’s ALSO this month’s Intentional coaching CD sent to Members of Intentional Living–PLUS a whole lot more (see “Finishing Strong” below)

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Live Intentionally…Finish Strong

10 True or False Questions to Ask Yourself

  1. I discovered and lived God’s purpose for my life. (T/F)
  2. I left no unfinished business behind. (T/F)
  3. I loved people and used things. (T/F)
  4. I left a Godly heritage for the next generation. (T/F)
  5. I provided the best I could for my family. (T/F)
  6. I honored my commitments (or I’ve made an effort to make things right). (T/F)
  7. I was confident of my relationship with Christ. (T/F)
  8. I didn’t leave a mess behind for others to clean up. (T/F)
  9. I served others as I wanted to be served. (T/F)
  10. I honored God in each of the five essential areas of life (as external evidence of an internal life).  (T/F)

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il logoAt Intentional Living, we have a passion to help people live intentionally in the five essential areas of life: Faith, Relationships, Health, Finances and Work. We’re motivated by our God-given mission, vision and message.

  • Mission
    Family Life Communications is a Biblical, Christ-centered communications ministry dedicated to igniting transformation by affirming faith, inspiring hope and equipping each person into healthy relationships and growth in Christ.
  • Vision
    To see individuals, families, churches and nations of the world transformed – as evidenced by individuals living an intentional life in Christ.

 

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