Can The Love of Money Be Good Spiritually?
Are you all about the love of money? If you want to improve your life, OlyLife agrees that it is wise to be smart about your personal finances; however, you don’t want to fall in love with money. Listen, we all know that life is easier when we have a few extra pennies lying around, but if you spend all of your time and energy devoted to making more money in order to buy more stuff, you may be sacrificing your family life and your spiritual life. We adhere to money guru, Dave Ramsey’s advice: ”Avoid “Stuffitis” – The Worship of “Stuff.”
There is More To Life Than Money
Let’s reflect on the notion that spiritual balance requires you to manage all facets of your life in a way that honors your creator. When you pursue money above all other things, you have a love for money which can be damaging to other important parts of your life. Your children don’t care if you win an extra big account if it means that you missed the entire baseball season and didn’t get to see them play at least a few games. God doesn’t care if you earn an extra ten grand if you have no generosity for your neighbor in need.
Keep Money’s Value in Check
Take time to evaluate your priorities and make sure that you haven’t crossed over the line with your fondness for money and you will be one step closer to making the most of your one and only life!
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