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A Surefire Investment | Christianity Today | A Magazine of Evangelical Conviction

Wednesday, February 04, 2009

This is a great article by Philip Yancey on the topic of the economy. What should a Christian's response be in the face of economic meltdown?

The first stage is simple, an instinctive cry: "Help!" For someone who faces a job cut or health crisis or watches retirement savings wither away, prayer offers a way to voice fear and anxiety. I have learned to resist the tendency to edit my prayers so that they sound sophisticated and mature. I believe God wants us to come exactly as we are, no matter how childlike we may feel. A God aware of every sparrow that falls surely knows the impact of scary financial times on frail human beings.

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A Surefire Investment | Christianity Today | A Magazine of Evangelical Conviction

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2 comments:

Joe B said...

I am a financial advisor. All day long I watch young millionaires sweat great drops of blood because now they are only sitting on $2 mil instead of $3 mil.

"Give us this day our hmwn ton epiousion", our "bread of the moment."

People, you have as much wealth in your bedroom closet as Jesus saw in his lifetime. Grow up.

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