The Bible's instructions about money often seem contradictory so what should we do about it? In God's Thrifty Extravagance, Kopke explores the seeming contradictory ideas regarding money and demonstrates that these dynamic paradoxes actually reveal God's truth to us. This book encourages readers to reexamine their financial habits to survive tough economic times, helps them prepare for major life transitions, and shows how to learn to use God's blessing of money. Paperback.
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Customer Reviews for God's Thrifty Extravagance: Understanding What God Says About Money - eBook
Review 1 for God's Thrifty Extravagance: Understanding What God Says About Money - eBook
This small book is well written and easy to read but yet thought provoking. I liked how Kopke brought together some of the paradoxes found in the Bible and made them make sense. Kopke's explanations helped to changed my view on money and I would encourage every believer to read this book.
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Review 2 for God's Thrifty Extravagance: Understanding What God Says About Money - eBook
This book gave me a new way of looking at "my money". It helped me to better understand that my money and my possessions are God's and that I need to be a good steward of His blessings.
Debt has been an issue for me. This year, I vowed to get my debt and spending under control. This book is a great guide for that and actually exceeded my expectations. It was well worth the money I spent on it.
Now, when I go to buy something, I think "Would the Master approve of me spending His money this way?" I spend less on myself and give more to His causes because of this.
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Review 3 for God's Thrifty Extravagance: Understanding What God Says About Money - eBook
God's Thrifty Extravagance is exceptionally well-organized and will provoke good discussion if it is used in studies. The questions at the end of each chapter lend well to a study setting. This book will stretch the reader's understanding of his/her possessions, giving and investments.