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Biblical principles for becoming debt free : rescue your life & liberate your future

Author: Frank Damazio; Rich Brott
Publisher: Portland, Or. : City Bible Pub., 2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"Break free from financial bondage! Yes you can do it! Biblical principles for becoming debt free! will show you how. Equip yourself with the 5 keys, 10 attitudes, 15 responsibilities, 30 attitudes, and 35 practical applications of achieving financial freedom and fulfillment. Receive biblical teaching that will set a solid foundation on which to build a practical framework for a liberated financial future."
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Frank Damazio; Rich Brott
ISBN: 1886849854 9781886849853
OCLC Number: 56329054
Awards: Commended for Independent Publisher Book Awards (Finance/Invest/Econ) 2005
Description: 316 pages ; 26 cm
Contents: Section 1 : the key --
Stop spending on yourself --
Start giving to others --
Discipline your cash attitude --
Begin to live below your means --
Start saving for your future --
Section 2 : the attitude --
I can be debt free --
I can break bad spending habits --
I can choose to pay cash --
I can renew my thinking --
I can change my flawed value system --
I can rise above my burden of debt --
I can be financially accountable --
I can enjoy life without spending money --
I can find financial solutions --
I can change my attitude-I can change my life --
Section 3 : the responsibility --
The responsibility of acknowledgment --
The responsibility of understanding creation --
The responsibility of reflection --
The responsibility of gifting stewardship --
The responsibility of productivity --
The responsibility of time management --
The responsibility of planning ahead --
The responsibility of disciplined living --
The responsibility of diligence --
The responsibility of no waste --
The responsibility of handling our possessions --
The responsibility of individual accountability --
The responsibility of giving generously --
The responsibility of seeking wisdom in matters of finance --
The responsibility of learning to save --
Section 4 : the biblical principle --
The biblical principle of knowing that God owns it all --
The biblical principle of seeking first --
The biblical principle of giving, not getting --
The biblical principle of supernatural provision --
The biblical principle of open heavens --
The biblical principle of kingdom investing --
The biblical principle of first things first --
The biblical principle of being proactive --
The biblical principle of resisting worldviews --
The biblical principle of temporary possessions --
The biblical principle of contentment --
The biblical principle of proper motives --
The biblical principle of financial stewardship --
The biblical principle of financial supply --
The biblical principle of seeking counsel --
The biblical principle of managing possessions --
The biblical principle of appropriate use --
The biblical principle of avoiding overindulgence --
The biblical principle of financial diligence --
The biblical principle of fiscal planning --
The biblical principle of tomorrow thinking --
The biblical principle of economic rewards --
The biblical principle of being debt free --
The biblical principle of not borrowing money --
The biblical principle of financial discipline --
The biblical principle of financial danger --
The biblical principle of lifestyle change --
The biblical principle of counting the cost --
The biblical principle of refusing to be a cosigner --
The biblical principle of a good name --
Section 5 : practical application --
Make a decision to change --
Determine to not overspend --
Do not add new debts --
Break free from the spending habit --
Pay-as-you-go --
Manage your cash flow --
Follow a budget --
Generate a financial assessment --
Determine what you owe --
Prioritize your debt --
Determine how much you can pay --
Create a payoff plan --
Get professional assistance --
Communicate with your creditors --
Determine and reduce your time goal --
Stay focused on your plan --
Keep your goal in mind --
Decrease your expenses and build cash --
Control your personal credit --
Manage your credit record --
Seek higher credit scores --
Rebuild your credit rating --
Stay debt free --
Understand financial goals --
Types of financial goals --
Control your future with financial goals --
Steps to setting financial goals --
Understand financial decisions --
The decision-making process --
Steps to making great financial decisions --
Plans for the future --
Save money on mortgage interest --
Save with good spending habits --
Save money by doing it yourself --
Money-saving solutions.
Responsibility: [Frank Damazio, Richard A. Brott].
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"Break free from financial bondage! Yes you can do it! Biblical principles for becoming debt free! will show you how. Equip yourself with the 5 keys, 10 attitudes, 15 responsibilities, 30 attitudes, and 35 practical applications of achieving financial freedom and fulfillment. Receive biblical teaching that will set a solid foundation on which to build a practical framework for a liberated financial future."

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