SUCH KNOWLEDGE OF THE KINDNESS OF MY HEAVENLY FATHER TIDES ME OVER UNTIL HE CHOOSES TO ANSWER THE QUESTIONS I CAN’T.It’s easy for some to paint God as a tyrant because He made man knowing that man would sin. But they deliberately forget that God lavished His kindness on us by giving us life, eyes to see the sunrise, ears to hear the birds, taste buds to enjoy good food, and so many other good things, which we rarely even recognize (Psalm 68:19; Romans 14:17). But I know something else about this all-wise, all-powerful, incredibly kind God. He is also a God of justice. His very nature demands both perfect justice and perfect love. So what did God do about man’s sin? He gave His life on an unspeakably cruel cross, taking the punishment for our sin, so that we could escape being justly punished in hell. The Bible tells us that all of us are desperately wicked and deserving of hell. We broke God’s Law (the Ten Commandments). Yet Jesus paid our fine, knowing every sin we would commit before He made us. Because of His sacrifice, He can legally dismiss our case. Upon our repentance and faith in Jesus, we can leave the courtroom innocent. He invites all of us to receive this free gift. Such knowledge of the kindness of my heavenly Father tides me over until He chooses to answer the questions I can’t. by Ray Comfort
These are the ten biblical financial principles: God is the source; give first; live on a margin; save money; keep out of debt; be content with what you have; keep records; don't cosign; work hard and seek godly counsel.