Book Giveaway: Building Your Financial Fortress in 52 Days

ImageToday we are giving away a free copy of Building Your Financial Fortress in 52 Days: The Lessons of Nehemiah written by one of the most handsome, endearing, and humble authors of this generation. HOW TO GET IT: Just leave a comment below with your best practical financial tip (about savings, debt, budgeting, you name it) and we will select the winner in the coming days.

“This book will help you apply God’s transcendent, practical, and wise principles to your financial life. I endorse it enthusiastically.” –Ron Blue, President, Kingdom Advisors

“This practical book addresses what God has to say about money and its purposes. He clearly demonstrates how trusting God is the key to becoming debt-free and enjoying purposeful living. I heartily recommend this book.” –Howard Dayton, co-founder of Crown Financial Ministries

Most people scrape by in life, anesthetizing their hearts with meaningless diversions. Many have no breathing room and find themselves in an endless struggle to survive from one day to the next. God’s Word has the answers for them. The Bible contains 2,350 verses that have to do with money and possessions. God desires a life for us that is free of debt and the entrapments and common pitfalls related to financial difficulties. This 7-week plan will rock and roll the finances of every reader and will challenge them to take hold of the life that is true living. Through Nehemiah s example you will find lasting financial peace, and learn how to: Rebuild your finances and attitudes. Give your finances to God. Understand God s Word about making and saving money. Resist all opposition to building your financial fortress. Realize your divine responsibility to share. Build strong and secure financial walls. Put the finishing touches on your financial fortress.


4 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: Building Your Financial Fortress in 52 Days

  1. The best tip I could give is to have a plan. When I was young I never thought ahead with my money and because of that I lived paycheck to paycheck for years. But if you have a plan and goals, you will start to make your money work for you.

  2. Have self control and know the difference between a want and a need. Don’t buy stuff you don’t need if you can’t afford it.

  3. The simplest personal finance tip in the world: spend less than you earn. :^D

    Thanks for doing this giveaway! 🙂 If I win, my email is grigory99 at yahoo dot com

    *crosses fingers* 😉

  4. I try to encourage the use of cash, not credit. There are still so many extra benefits of using cash over credit that it is silly not to. Need to replace a car that is falling apart? You can still get a better deal by paying cash. If you have cash, you can can pay for an emergency without having to pay interest as well by putting it on a credit card (If you had to use the credit card, then you most likely did not have the cash to pay it off at the end of the month did you?).

    If you lose your credit card or someone steals it or your identity, that can be a major hassle and problem. With cash, it can still be stolen, but no files and reporting (except to the police possibly). No credit hits or FICO score reductions. And the list goes on and on.

    So you get the idea, use cash when possible. Those who do rarely regret it!

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