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The Good Freedom, Debt Free: "In Jesus' Name!"

Min. Marc K. Vines (Author)

ISBN: 0-7414-7054-3 ©2012
Price: $13.95
Book Size: 5.5'' x 8.5'' , 208 pages
Category/Subject: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / General

The Good Freedom DEBT FREE, “In Jesus’ Name!” A personal journey of the author, a challenge to change mindsets from borrowing into “Living by Giving” and ultimately becoming debt free.

The Good Freedom DEBT FREE, “In Jesus’ Name,” was written to encourage and inspire those across the country struggling with financial hardships such as the threat of foreclosure, bankruptcy and employment loss. It offers the reader a vertical and radical approach to: 1-Share in the authors financial hardships and breakthroughs; 2-Learn to overcome poverty mindsets by speaking the power of God’s word directly into your situation and 3-Begin “Living by Giving” expecting to encounter God daily and for him to supernaturally cancel debt. The Good Freedom focus is in the abolishment of poverty.

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Customer Reviews

  A Great Conversation , 04/04/2012
Reviewer: Cherese Vines
The Good Freedom, DEBT FREE in Jesus' Name is not a how-to-get-out-of-debt book. The author makes that very clear in the introduction. There are plenty of how-to books on the subject and the author recommends several. What THIS book does is help you STAY out of debt, or if you're already there, keep you from getting deeper. Using the 500+ financial references in the Bible and his own life examples, Marc Vines explains the signs and mistakes that will lead you to debt. Once you know how you got into debt in the first place, you're less likely to make those bad choices again. With 25 years in the lending business and having been a landlord, Marc has more than a good idea on how finances play an important role in our lives. The author isn't just saying "do this" and "don't do that" based on research alone. He has actually walked the walk. He tells how he was once on top of the house-flipping game, to how he fell to the bottom of the title pawn hole, and his on-going trek out of debt with the Lord's help. Stress in our finances can take a toll on our spiritual, physical and emotional well-being. The Good Freedom, DEBT FREE in Jesus' Name shows a spiritual way to look at money, credit and how God wants us to live in wealth. And surprising to most, it starts with tithing. For whoever reads this book, I'm sure they will learn at least one thing they didn't know that could save them thousands of dollars and keep them out of "financial slavery." Yes, that's what the author says debt is, "financial slavery." This book is a candid look at the poor money management skills we have been given and are passing down to our children and how the basic guidelines for financial wealth, lending and borrowing haven't changed much since they were written in the Bible long ago. It's a quick, conversational read that opened my eyes to a lot of things I didn't know about finances, our country and how God is always at the center of it all. The Good Freedom is a great read and I recommend taking a look at it.

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