Have you ever read The Tortoise and the Hare? Of course you have, what a silly question. What might be a sillier question is, what does this have to do about wealth? Well, actually a lot.
The late Zig Ziglar used to say, “If you aim at nothing, you’ll hit it every time.” I’ve always liked that quote because it’s a great reminder about the importance of planning. You can settle for breezing through life with no plan, but you’ll end up going nowhere. Anything of substance in life requires some careful thought ahead of time.
Previously, we discussed the christian frontier of intimacy between couples and God. Today, we will begin looking at that other christian frontier riddled with confusion and differing options, finance. Of course, like with intimacy, let’s take a look at what the Bible has to say about finances and money.
Pretend for a minute that you started a company called YOU, Inc., and it’s your job to manage every cent that passes through the company. If you managed money for YOU, Inc., the same way you manage money for you now, would you fire you?