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Wealth in the Hands of Godly People

christian business make money money Nov 30, 2023

You know those "get to know you" games that ask probing questions designed to reveal something telling about your personality?

Like... if you could be a box of cereal, what kind would you be?

Or... name three things you do every day before 8 a.m.

(Are we sure we want to know??)

There's one question in particular that comes up in games and icebreakers ALL the time, and most people think of it like a daydream.

If you had a million dollars, what would you spend it on?

No really.

What WOULD you spend it on?

And is it truly impossible to think you might one day earn a million dollars?

Or not even a million, let's just talk about a six-figure income or even an extra thousand dollars a month.

What would you do with it?

Does the thought of possessing a million dollars in the first place make you feel greedy and icky? Like holy people aren't supposed to wish for money?

Or are you already planning the vacations and sports cars and grand pianos you'd buy with that kind of cash?

Both of those responses are at the far ends of a spectrum that all business owners struggle with... especially Christian business owners.

The big question is, how are we supposed to view wealth?

The Bible's answers might surprise you.

In today’s episode of The Inspired Business podcast, I'm talking with my friend and successful product seller Alyssa Omdal about the power of wealth in the hands of godly people.

No, we don't advocate for loving money. The Bible is clearly against that.

But we do advocate for loving God, and trusting Him... especially if His call on your life involves earning an income.

Tune into this special episode HERE. Together we'll wrestle with what it means to sell and steward our resources as a Christian. Listen and be encouraged!

Wondering HOW to go about choosing, creating, and selling a digital product?

Check out my free masterclass:

How to Create and Sell Digital Products (without feeling stupid, salesy, or sacrilegious).