From AsapScience on Youtube: We often hear it, but how true is the phrase ‘Money can’t buy happiness’? Is there a correlation between the two, and if so, what can we learn from it? It turns out, if you think money and happiness are exclusive, you simply aren’t spending it right.
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David Lose, professor at Luther Seminary, addresses that fundamental question about what do we do with our lives and how a faithful response reorients the response we or our culture of consumerism might give.
“Once money and possessions have been put in their proper place, their use can be directed by two, other principles…”
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“If the decisions that we make are in direct relation to God’s love for us then each time we swipe our debit cards we are using God’s money. Are we making good decisions with God’s resources that we are managing for him?”
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Mike shares the microphone with Pastor Kelley Baxter, who serves in Pine Grove Mills, PA. The discussion centers around how God calls us to use and view money.
“Everything about today’s world teaches us that money is so critical that a good life, a good love, a good career is impossible without it. I want you to rest assured the money thing will always work out if you follow God’s call on your life for a vocation that truly lets your light shine.”