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love how you have combined God’s money principles with financial freedom! Moreover, He never said that money was evil, rather than the “love” of money is evil. keep up your great work and look forward to seeing more!
Yes, I wish that verse was quoted accurately more often. The love of money is very dangerous, but money itself is just a tool we could use wisely or poorly. Or be used by it.
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