As we transition from the “why” to the “how” with Biblical financial principles, we must first examine our belief system. This is a critical exercise because our behaviors are ultimately driven by our beliefs. If we are convicted in our beliefs, we can draw from that faith to make the proper decision. Keep in mind that Biblical principles are always right, always relevant, and never going to change. They can be applied to any situation and circumstance. When it comes to financial planning (or any type of decision-making) spiritual capital is more important than technique.
CHALLENGE: List out your personal finance convictions and beliefs. Do these align with your long-term goals?