Personal Finance in the Bible
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)
Contentment (32, 98)
Worldliness/The Folly of Trusting in Riches (37, 160)
Exo 20:17 & Deu 5:21 – God commands us not to covet anything belonging to our neighbors.
Psa 16:5-6 – If you choose the Lord as your portion, you have a beautiful inheritance.
Psa 37:16 – It is better to have little and be righteous than have abundance gained through wickedness.
Psa 119:36 – David asks God to keep him focused on God’s testimonies and not on selfish gain.
*Pro 13:7* – Not all who look rich are rich, and not all who look poor are poor.
Pro 15:16 – It is better to have little and fear the Lord than to have much and be without God.
Pro 16:8 – It is better to have little with righteousness than to make great gains through injustice.
Pro 17:1 – It is better to have little food with God than great feasting with trouble.
Pro 21:17 – A warning that those who love pleasure and luxury will not be rich.
Pro 22:2 & Pro 29:13 – Being rich or poor does not matter in God’s eyes because He has made us all.
Pro 28:6 – It is better to be poor and have integrity than to be rich and crooked.
*Pro 30:8-9* – Agur’s plea for God to give him neither riches nor poverty so that he will not deny God or profane God’s name.
Ecc 2:22-26 – Solomon observes that it is vain for man to toil after great wealth in this life and notes that being content and enjoying what God has given us is a blessing from God.
Ecc 3:9-14 – Solomon again observes that being content is a gift from God. Being joyful in God’s work provides us with something that lasts forever, unlike the things in this life.
Ecc 5:15-20 – Solomon teaches that we should find enjoyment in our lot and toil because we will not remember the days of our life when God keeps our hearts filled with joy (in this life or the next).
Ecc 8:15 – Solomon notes learning to be content and joyful will stay with a person throughout his entire life.
*Jer 9:23-24* – God delights when we boast that we understand and know Him and proclaim his love, justice and righteousness. We are not to boast in our wisdom, power, or wealth.
Jer 17:7-8 – Those who trust in the Lord are blessed. Hard times do not bother them because God sustains them.
Mat 6:25-34 & Luk 12:22-31 – Jesus commands us not to worry and be anxious about material things. We are to seek God’s kingdom first, rely on God, and be content. God will take care of us.
Mar 7:21-23 – Coveting and greed are a problem of the heart.
Eph 5:18-21 – Paul exhorts continual thanksgiving to God for all things.
Php 4:6 – Paul teaches us not to worry but to pray with thanksgiving and rely on God.
*Php 4:11-13* – Paul notes that because of God he can be content in times of plenty or poverty.
Col 3:1-5 – Paul explains we should focus on the things of heaven because that is where Christ is and He has raised us into a new life (not of this world).
*1Th 5:16-18* – Paul teaches us to rejoice and pray always and to give thanks in all circumstances because this is God’s will for us.
*1Ti 6:3-16* – Paul teaches that godliness is not a means to gain, but godliness with contentment provides great gain. We are to be content with what we need and not desire for riches (love money).
Tit 2:11-12 – God’s grace gives us salvation and trains us to renounce ungodliness and worldly passions.
Heb 13:5-6 – Paul teaches us to keep our lives free from the love of money and to be content with what we have because God is always with us and protects us.
1Jn 2:15-17 – John warns against love of this world because such is not from God.
The Love of Money Causes All Kinds of Sin & Sorrow (12, 20)
Deu 8:17-18 – A warning to beware that we do not become proud because of the wealth we may have and begin to think we got it through our own power. We must remember that it is God who gives us the power to gain wealth.
1Sa 2:7 – The Lord has made both the poor and the rich. The rich are not rich because of their own power.
1Ch 29:10-18 – David’s blessing of God recognizing that all is His and everything we give is already His.
*Job 31:24-28* – Job recognizes that trusting or rejoicing in our wealth is being false to God.
Psa 39:4-7 – David notes how our lives on earth are fleeting and the vanity of amassing wealth. Our only hope is in God.
*Psa 49:1-20* – A Psalm about the vanity of the world and its inability to make us happy when we set our hearts upon the things of this world.
*Psa 62:5-12* – David states God is his rock, salvation, and glory. He asks us to trust in God at all times. He notes that whether we are rich or poor, we are but a breath on the scales. We should not set our hopes on riches or what we can do in this world, but on God alone.
Psa 127:2 – Solomon points out the vanity of becoming consumed with our work.
Pro 10:15 – The mistakes of the poor and rich often lie in tying their personal value to their wealth or lack thereof. It could also be taken to mean that we should work diligently so we may avoid the burden of poverty.
Pro 10:22 – The blessing of the Lord makes rich (true riches) without sorrow. Often, the wealth of this world can bring many sorrows with it or it is sought at the cost of a sorrowful life.
Pro 11:4 – Wealth does not protect us from death, but righteousness will deliver us from eternal death.
Pro 18:10-11 – The Lord is the strong tower of the righteous. The rich often trust in their wealth as their security, but it will fail them when they truly need eternal security.
Pro 23:4-5 – Do not toil for or desire after wealth for its own sake. Worldly wealth does not last and can disappear quickly.
Pro 27:1 – We cannot boast about tomorrow (our plans or goals), for we don’t even know what will happen today.
Ecc 4:4-6 – It is better to work for that which will give us just enough than to work very hard for abundance that will make our neighbors envy us.
Ecc 4:7-8 – Solomon notes the vanity of those who toil endlessly to amass wealth when they have no family to share it with (thus pointing out the problem with greed).
Mat 6:19-21 & Luk 12:33-34 – Jesus teaches us that we should focus on laying up treasures in heaven rather than on earth. Heavenly treasures last forever but earthly treasures do not. Our hearts are tied to our treasures – either heaven or earth (eventually, hell).
Mat 13:22, Mar 4:18-19, & Luk 8:14 – Jesus tells us that worldly care and the deceitfulness of riches choke the Word in us and cause us to be unfruitful.
*Mat 16:26* & *Luk 9:25* – Jesus warns us to consider the foolishness of gaining the whole world at the cost of our souls.
Mat 19:21-30, Mar 10:17-27, & Luk 18:18-30 – Jesus teaches that it is difficult for the rich to enter heaven because their hearts are too focused on their wealth.
*Luk 6:20-38* – In the beatitudes, Jesus warns the rich they have had their reward already and goes on to explain that instead of being focused on wealth and this world we should love each other.
Luk 12:15-21 – Jesus warns us not to get caught up in our wealth. We must be rich toward God because worldly wealth is worthless when we have passed on.
Luk 14:15-24 – Jesus tells a parable where those concerned with worldly things refused the invitation to the banquet. Instead, the poor and needy are invited and those concerned with the world will not be allowed to taste the banquet.
Luk 16:13-15 – Jesus warns that we cannot serve both God and money. He also tells us that what is exalted and admired among men (worldly wealth, power, prestige, etc.) is an abomination to God.
Luk 21:34 – Jesus’ warning to watch that we do not become weighed down with cares of this life or the day of His second coming will surprise us.
*Rom 12:2* – Paul tells us not to conform to this world but to be transformed by the renewal of our minds through Jesus. The transformation that occurs in us through Jesus will show us what is good and right and help us discern the will of God. If we want to have God’s view of money, we have to get rid of the world’s views.
Php 3:18-19 – Paul speaks of enemies of the Cross as having their minds set on worldly things.
*1Ti 6:17-19* – Paul asks Timothy to teach the rich not to be haughty or trust in their wealth but instead trust in God who has given them everything they have. The rich should be generous and full of good works so they build a firm foundation for the future and take hold of the true life (in God).
Jas 1:9-11 – James admonishes the poor to boast in their exaltation and the rich in their humiliation, for the rich and their wealth will fade away like the grass.
Jas 2:5 – James notes that the poor of the world are the ones promised to be rich in faith and heirs of the kingdom, so we should not discriminate between rich and poor.
Rev 3:17-18 – Through John’s vision, Jesus counsels us to buy refined gold from him so that we may be truly rich. The rich say they have prospered and need nothing, but don’t realize they are wretched, pitiable, poor, blind, and naked.
Psa 10:3 – The wicked boasts about his desires and the greedy curse and renounce God.
Pro 1:19 – Greed and unjust gain take away the life of their owner.
Pro 11:28 – Those who trust in their wealth will fall but the righteous flourish.
*Pro 13:11* – Wealth that is acquired quickly will diminish, but those who acquire little by little will increase their wealth.
Pro 15:27 – The greedy bring troubles on their household.
Pro 22:16 – Showing injustice to the poor in order to gain wealth will only lead to poverty (material or spiritual) in the end.
Pro 28:8 – Ill-gotten gains will not last long and often end up going to those who will be generous to the poor.
Pro 28:20 – Those who try to get rich quick will not go unpunished.
Ecc 5:10-11 – Those who love money will never be satisfied with enough, and having more than you need is useless.
Ecc 5:13-14 – Solomon observes that it is a great evil when a man loses his riches in a bad venture and has nothing to leave to his children, pointing out a devastating risk of greed.
Amo 5:11-12 – Those who afflict the righteous, poor, or needy will be cursed by God.
Jas 5:1-6 – James warns the unjust rich of the miseries that will come upon them.
Prudence/Wisdom (18, 22)
Tithing (11, 30)
God’s Commands, Instructions, and Expectations for Giving (45, 94)
Gen 14:18-20 & Heb 7:1-2 – Abraham gives a tithe to Melchizedek.
Gen 28:22 – Jacob promises to give a tithe to God.
Lev 27:30-33 – This scripture discusses the holiness of tithes and how the tithe of herds and flocks belongs to God.
Num 18:26 – God’s command about the tithe of the tithes to be given by the Levites (priests).
Deu 12:5-7 & Deu 12:17-18 – God’s commands concerning the offering and eating of the tithes.
Deu 14:22-29 – God’s further commands concerning the offering and eating of the yearly tithes and how the tithe of every third year should be handled.
Deu 26:12-15 – God’s command for Israel to testify they handled the tithe of the third year as they were commanded.
Mat 23:23 & Luk 11:42 – Jesus teaches the Pharisees that justice, mercy, and faithfulness are more important than tithing but all should be done.
God’s Blessings for Those Who Give (18, 32)
Exo 23:10-11 – God’s command for a Sabbatic Year for rest and the care of the poor.
Lev 19:9-10, Lev 23:22, & Deu 24:19-21 – God’s command not to reap the entire harvest but leave some for the poor.
Lev 25:35-37 – God’s command to care for our poor brothers, let them live with us, and take no interest or profit from them.
Deu 16:17 – God’s command to give as we are able according to the blessings He has given us.
Pro 13:41 – Oppressing the poor insults God, but giving generously honors God.
Pro 21:13 – Those who do not listen to the poor and give will not be helped when they are in need.
Pro 31:20 – One of the signs of a noble wife is giving to and caring for the poor and needy.
Eze 16:49 – The guilt of Sodom is recognized as having abundance but not aiding the poor and needy.
Eze 18:5-9 – The righteous person gives to the poor.
Amo 5:11-12 – It is a sin to turn aside the needy.
Mal 3:8-9 – When we do not give to God, we rob Him and become cursed.
Mat 5:23-24 – Jesus tells us reconciliation with our brothers should happen before giving our offering.
*Mat 5:42* & *Luk 6:30* – Jesus teaches that we should give to anyone who asks of us.
Mat 19:21 & Mar 10:21 – Jesus’ command to the rich young man to sell everything, give to the poor, and follow Him.
Mat 23:23 & Luk 11:42 – Jesus teaches the Pharisees that justice, mercy, and faithfulness are more important than tithing, but all should be done.
*Mat 25:35-40* – Jesus tells us when we give to the poor and needy we are giving to Him.
*Luk 3:11* – Jesus commands us to share what we have with those who are without.
Luk 6:32-35 – Jesus teaches us to love and give to our enemies as well as our friends.
Luk 11:41 – Jesus tells us to give of all things and all things will be made clean for us.
*Luk 12:33-34* – Jesus commands us to sell our possessions and give to the needy—not focusing on wealth in this world but wealth in heaven because our hearts are focused on where we keep our treasure.
Luk 14:12-14 – Jesus tells us to invite the poor, crippled, lame, and blind to our feasts instead of just our friends, family, and rich neighbors.
Act 20:35 – Paul explains it is important to remember the words of Jesus when He told us it is more blessed to give than to receive.
Rom 12:6-8 – Paul notes giving as a gift given to Christians by God.
Rom 12:13 – Paul instructs the church at Rome to give to the needs of other Christians and show hospitality.
Rom 12:20 – Paul reiterates Jesus’ command to give to our enemies.
Rom 15:25-27 – Paul commends Macedonia and Achaia for providing aid to the poor among the Christians in Jerusalem while noting that Christians share in spiritual blessings and should share material blessings as well.
1Co 16:1-2 – Paul instructs the church at Corinth to save up their collection as God prospers them so they can be ready to give for the saints when he comes.
2Co 8:7-15 – Paul instructs the Corinthians to give as they are able as a witness for their love of their fellow Christians. Paul notes this is for fairness among Christians so all may provide for each other in times of need according to their own abundance.
*2Co 9:5-13* – Paul explains that we must give cheerfully as we have decided in our hearts. Paul also explains that God is able to give us sufficiency in all things so we may give generously.
Gal 6:9-10 – Paul reminds us not to grow weary of doing good and instructs us to do good to all but especially to fellow Christians.
Eph 4:28 – Paul instructs thieves who have accepted Christ to do honest work so that they can share with anyone in need.
Php 2:4 – Paul tells us to look after the interests of others in addition to our own interests.
1Ti 5:8 – Paul teaches that if a Christian does not provide for his relatives, especially those in his house (immediate family), then he has denied the faith and is worse than an unbeliever. He is specifically speaking to those who have poor relatives that need help, but all Christians should be taking care of their family’s needs.
1Ti 5:16 – We are to care for our family members who cannot take care of themselves.
1Ti 6:17-19 – The rich are to be generous and ready to share.
Heb 13:2 – We shouldn’t neglect to show kindness to strangers because some have entertained angels this way without knowing it.
Heb 13:16 – We shouldn’t neglect to do good and share what we have because those sacrifices please God.
Jas 2:8 – We are doing well if we actually love all of our neighbors as ourselves and show it through our works.
Jas 2:15-16 – Our love is shown through our giving. It does no good to tell a poor fellow Christian to be warmed and filled if we don’t give them food and clothing.
*1Jo 3:17* – If we are wealthy and see our fellow Christians in need but we do not give to them, then God’s love does not actually dwell in us. God’s love in us shows itself in how we care for each other.
Biblical Examples of Generous Giving (14, 70)
Psa 37:21-22 – The righteous are generous and give freely, thus they receive God’s blessing.
Psa 41:1-3 – The Lord protects and delivers those who care for the poor.
Psa 112:5 – The Lord blesses those who are generous and just.
Psa 112:9 – The Lord preserves and lifts up those who are generous to the poor.
Pro 3:9-10 – The Lord blesses those who honor Him with their wealth and increase.
Pro 11:24-25 – Those who give will be blessed, those who do not will come to poverty.
Pro 14:20-21 – Blessed are those who are generous to the poor, for the poor are often cast aside even by their own neighbors.
Pro 19:6 – People seek the favor and friendship of a generous man (not necessarily a blessing from God, but an observation of a universal truth).
Pro 19:17 – Those who give to the poor are lending to God and will be repaid by God for their generosity.
*Pro 22:9* – God blesses those who seek opportunities to be charitable and share their possessions with the poor.
Pro 25:21-22 – If we give to our enemies, we increase the chances of reconciliation and God will reward us.
Pro 28:27 – If we give to the poor, we will not lack what we need.
Isa 58:6-12 – If we give to the poor and needy, our light will shine and God will protect us.
Mal 3:10 – God tells us if we give he will pour down blessings upon us.
Mar 9:41 – Jesus promises that those who are kind to his followers will not lose their reward.
Luk 6:38 – Jesus tells that if we give it will be given to us according to the measure we use.
Luk 16:9 – Jesus advises us to make friends using the unrighteous wealth of this world (giving it away) so that when it fails (worldly wealth eventually comes to nothing) we will be accepted into heaven.
Heb 6:10 – God will not overlook our work and love in serving each other.
The Proper Spirit of Giving (8, 53)
Rth 2:1-20 – Boaz gives generously to Ruth by allowing her to glean the fields and the threshing floor.
Job 29:11-17 – Job’s testimony about himself concerning his care for the poor and needy.
Job 31:16-23 – Job’s further testimony about his care for the poor and needy because of his fear and respect for God.
Luk 10:33-35 – The Good Samaritan cares for the man who fell among the robbers.
Luk 19:8 – Zacchaeus (a rich man) tells Jesus he gives half his goods to the poor (this is after the people accused him of being a sinner).
Luk 21:1-4 – Jesus notes the poor widow who gave two copper coins as giving more than all the rich people who brought their offerings because she gave all she had and they gave out of their abundance.
*Act 2:44-45* – The early church shared all things and sold their possessions to provide for each others’ needs as necessary.
*Act 4:32-37* – The early church acting in unity, sharing all things, and selling possessions to provide for the needy among them as necessary.
Act 9:36 – Dorcas noted as a disciple full of good works and acts of charity.
Act 10:1-4 – Cornelius noted as a devout man who feared God and gave generously.
Act 11:28-30 – The early Christians send relief to the Christians in Judea after Agabus, guided by the Spirit, foretells a famine.
Act 24:17 – In his defense against Tertullus’ charge, Paul explains he came to Jerusalem to bring alms and offerings.
*2Co 8:1-5* – Paul tells the Corinthians about how God’s grace has abounded in Macedonia by explaining their extreme generosity even in extreme poverty. Paul notes their generosity was possible because they first gave themselves to God and then God directed them to be generous.
Gal 2:10 – Paul notes the early Christians and his eagerness to remember the poor among them.
God’s Care of the Poor (4, 4)
Exo 22:29 – God’s command to bring offerings without delay.
Exo 35:21-29 – The Israelites’ willing and generous freewill offering to God for the tabernacle.
Exo 36:3-7 – The abundance of the Israelites’ freewill offering to God for the tabernacle.
Deu 15:7-11 – God’s warning to give to our poor brothers freely and without grudge and His promise to bless us if we follow His command in this matter.
*1Ch 29:1-18* – The Israelites’ willing and generous freewill offering to God for the temple, David’s prayer and praise to God for the offering and recognition that God owns everything.
Neh 10:32-39 – The Israelites vow to give to God despite their poverty and heavy taxes.
Mat 6:1-4 – Jesus teaches that we should give in secret in submission to the Father and not in public so we are recognized by men.
*1Co 13:3* – Paul explains we must have love when we give or we gain nothing at all (the giving does not honor God without love).
1Sa 2:8 – The Lord helps the poor and needy.
Psa 9:18 – The Lord will remember the poor and needy.
Psa 34:6 – The Lord hears the cry of the poor and saves them.
Luk 6:20 – Jesus calls the poor blessed because the kingdom of God is theirs.
Legal/Government (29, 74)
Pro 6:6-8 & Pro 30:24-25 – Even though ants are not strong they are wise enough to save up food during the summer when it is plentiful so they can make it through the winter. It would be wise for us to follow suit and save for the times when we cannot easily get what we will need.
Pro 12:15 – Fools are stubborn, bull-headed, and think they know everything, but the wise take time to listen to the advice of others.
*Pro 13:7* – Some people appear rich and are actually poor, while others who seem poor are actually rich. We should not judge people by their appearances nor use others’ appearances as a gauge for ourselves. (Don’t keep up with the Joneses!)
Pro 14:15 – The prudent person does not believe everything but thinks carefully before taking action.
Pro 15:22 – Wise counsel from advisers help plans succeed. Those who make plans rashly and refuse advice often fail.
Pro 18:15 – The wise and intelligent seek after knowledge. They’re not happy in their ignorance.
Pro 19:20 – We should listen to advice and accept instruction so we’ll become wiser.
*Pro 21:5* – Planning and diligence lead to wealth, but trying to get rich quick will make you poor.
Pro 21:17 – If you waste your money on pleasure and luxury, you will not be rich.
*Pro 21:20* – A wise man saves but a foolish man devours all he gets.
Pro 22:3 & Pro 27:12- The prudent see danger and prepare themselves while fools go on as if there is no danger and end up suffering for it.
Pro 24:3-4 – Wisdom, understanding, and knowledge are the keys to building wealth.
Pro 24:27 – Take care to prepare and secure your work (income) before taking on big obligations (like building a house).
Pro 31:27 – One of the qualities of an excellent wife is that she carefully watches over the affairs of her household. It’s good advice for men and the unmarried as well.
Ecc 10:10 – The wise take time to prepare and plan before they undertake a task.
*Ecc 11:2* – Wise advice to diversify because we don’t know what disaster may happen.
Bribes (20, 33)
Taxes (6, 28)
Exo 23:8 & Deu 16:19 – A law against taking bribes because they blind those who would otherwise see clearly and cause people who would do right to go astray. Likewise, it would be prudent not to give bribes as well.
Deu 27:25 – A curse to those who take bribes to shed innocent blood.
Jdg 16:9 – Delilah was bribed to find a way to weaken Samson.
1Sa 8:3 – Samuel’s sons took bribes and perverted justice while they were judges over the Israelites.
Neh 6:10-13 – The false prophet Shemaiah was bribed to try to trick Nehemiah but the Lord revealed the trickery.
Est 3:9 – Haman bribed King Ahasuerus so he could kill the Jews, but the Lord destroyed Haman.
Psa 29:6-10 – David prays that God will not sweep his soul away with sinners or let him die by the hands of bloodthirsty men. These people take bribes (and we see the fruit of those bribes).
Pro 15:27 – Those who are greedy and willing to take bribes will bring trouble on themselves and their families. We should hate bribes and stay away from them.
Pro 17:8 – While a bribe may work to accomplish your goals, it shows how much you value money over the Lord’s ways. People will often forsake their values for money.
Pro 17:23 – The wicked take secret bribes and then try to pervert justice (treat people unfairly).
Pro 28:21 – We must treat people fairly and not be willing to accept bribes.
Ecc 7:7 – A bribe corrupts the heart.
Isa 5:22-23 – Woe to those who take a bribe and let the guilty go free or do not treat the innocent fairly.
Eze 22:12-13 – The Lord hates the dishonest gain of bribery.
Amo 5:12 – It is a great sin to take a bribe.
Mat 26:15, Mar 14:11, & Luk 22:5 – Judas accepts a bribe to betray Jesus.
Mat 27:3-10 – Judas feels remorse because he betrayed Jesus for a bribe, then he kills himself.
Lawsuits (3, 13)
Mat 17:24-27 – Jesus pays the temple tax to avoid offending the collectors, even though He was the Son of God.
*Mat 22:15-22*, *Mar 12:13-17*, & *Luk 20:20-26* – Jesus answers the Pharisees’ question as to whether they should pay taxes to Caesar. Jesus explains the money they pay with has Caesar’s image on it, so if he wants to take it for taxes they should give it to him. Jesus also tells them they should give God what He is due as well.
Rom 13:5-7 – Paul explains that we should submit to authorities because God has given them their power. This means we should pay whatever taxes are owed as a sign of our submission so that we may honor God and have a clear conscience.
Php 3:20 – Paul reminds us that our true citizenship is in Heaven. While we are to submit to the authorities wherever we live as citizens on Earth, we must always remember that we are first and foremost citizens of Heaven.
Pro 25:8-10 – Wise counsel to avoid taking your neighbor to court. We should instead seek to resolve our disputes by talking it out.
*Mat 5:25-26* – Jesus teaches us to resolve disputes outside of court and as quickly as possible.
*1Co 6:1-8* – Christians should not go to court or sue each other for trivial matters. They should do their best to suffer small wrongs in love, but if they must have the case resolved then they should settle it within the Church through prayer and God’s wisdom.
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