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Sensible Christian Advice Video to Get Out of Debt

I’ve written in the past about my issues with those outfits that promote themselves as Christian credit counselors. Read “Is Most Christian Debt Advice Bogus? Here’s What Jesus Would Really Do.”

But for those that are interested in a good perspective on sensible debt advice based on the bible and scripture, I suggest that you watch the video below from Joyce Meyer. She has one of the best presentations on this subject that I have ever seen.

Some of the messages are a bit tough, especially about whining, but they are all true and relevant.

What really struck me was that many of the Christian based suggestions are what I’ve been suggesting to everybody for years but it’s nice to see a recognized professional, standing in front of stadium full of people and trying to preach the same messages about emergency funds, how to suck it up and move on, how to turn things around and what reality is in the debt world.

If you are looking for a targeted Christian message about how to get out of debt, then you MUST spend the time to watch the video in its entirety.

And for those of you that might not be Christian, the messages are still sound and rooted in other books of faith as well. Common sense is not limited to only one entity that is worshiped.


If you can’t see the video above, click here.

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