If you’re not a religious person, I’m not here to convert you to Christianity. This web site is about a method of getting wealthy.

Should it matter where you learn the principles of financial increase? Think about that for a second. This is an important question.

Does it matter that you learn how to make money from an atheist, a christian, a buddist, a morman or whatever? It doesn’t to me. I’ve learned a lot from a lot of different places.

One thing that I’ve come to discover is that the bible provides a goldmine of financial information. It seems that a lot of the financial do’s and don’ts that you hear in everyday life have an equivalent in the bible. This makes total sense to me as a student of the bible.

Why do I say that? Because it goes to the nature of God. I find that God is all about wealth and prosperity; and I’ll talk about that later. But if that is true, then wouldn’t it make sense that the creator would have a similar desire for us (his creation). Therefore, if God wants us to be wealthy, wouldn’t he provide us with a step-by-step plan or some kind of strategy to get us to be wealthy too?

I do believe that. But you don’t have to, since it isn’t my intention to convert you. It is only my intention to show you that the bible has a plan of financial increase in it. It has a way for you to make money.

The cool thing is that you don’t have to be a religious person to follow the wealth building strategies. They are there for everyone.

So come back again to this web site, and follow along and increase your wealth.

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7 Responses to “Wealth is Wealth”

  1. Sonya Lenzo says:

    Myfather, a Lutheran minister, taught that the Bible was a great financial tool,as well. I am eagerly awaiting your next blogs.
    Sonya Lenzo

  2. Mark says:

    I have heard that finances are one of the top things the Bible talks about. Interesting when you look at the history of the two colonies that shaped early America, one was here for more spiritual reasons (Plymouth) and the other was here for capitalistic reasons (Jamestown) and how they have influenced America thought of money, religiion and work ethic.


  3. Hi Tim,

    as we are in the midst of the Christian Passion Week, what a marvelous time to start a blog addressing money and wealth incorporating The Bible. I happily anticipate your posts. Indeed, money issues are typically quite an issue for couples!

    Happy Dating and Relationships,

    April Braswell

    Dating Expert and Online Dating Coach

  4. Mike Norris says:

    When you think about it I guess it does not matter where you learn the principles of financial growth. All that matters are that they work and they are legal.

    Mike Norris

  5. Dale L Bell says:

    Napoleon Hill talks about the desire of money and how to decide on exactly how much money we want and see our selves with that, and we will be able to achieve it. I believe that we are comanded to have an increase and live well. when I read your post the first thing i thought was the parable of the talents and the message that Christ was teaching.

  6. Looking forward to what you are going to share.

    The Bible is full of wisdom and I do believe God created us to be happy with Him forever. I see wealth in the broad meaning of the word, so I’ll very interested in your posts.

  7. Blair Crummett says:

    I must say, I absolutely love your website. Could let me know how I could keeping up to date with it.