Crackerjack Greenback Prudent Advice for a Prosperous Future

October 30, 2008

Personal Finance in the Bible

Filed under: — Paul Williams @ Crackerjack Greenback @ 5:15 pm

Bible with Cross Shadow by knowhimonline on Flickr       I’m currently working on a Personal Finance Bible Study. This page shows all the verses I have collected and organized so far. The first level shows the broad categories I have used. When you click on a broad category you’ll open up the sub-categories on the next level. Click a sub-category and you’ll find all the Scripture references that fall under that sub-category.

       Each category and sub-category has the number of Scripture references and total verses listed next to it. For example, (49, 194) would mean that there are 49 Scripture references that contain a total of 194 individual verses. John 3:16 would be counted as 1 Scripture reference containing 1 verse, whereas Matthew 6:1-4 would be counted as 1 Scripture reference containing 4 verses.

       Each Scripture reference is a link to multiple translations displayed on the International Bible Society’s website. Next to each Scripture reference is my own summary (so read it at your own risk and don’t take it as God’s Word!). I’ve also put my favorite verses in bold with *asterisks* on either side. If you have a good Scripture reference that I should include, please let me know via my contact form. This is still a work in progress, so please bear with me. Thanks!

Here are all my posts on Personal Finance in the Bible.

  • Contentment (81, 278)

  • Giving (100, 283)

  • Prudence/Wisdom (18, 22)

  • Legal/Government (29, 74)

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