About the BookBook: Biblical Finances Jesus Christ: The Financial Advisor Author: Lisa D. Pedriel Genre: Christian, Christian living, Finance, Wealth Management Release Date: May 3, 2023 The objective of this book is to help readers manage their finances using biblical standards and principles. The main benefit of doing this is that our finances will be built on a sure foundation (Isaiah 33:6), which is our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and His Word. Jesus is concerned about every aspect of our lives, and the management of our finances is no exception. Throughout His Word, He gives us advice on how to get and manage the wealth He has made available to us. Therefore, it is imperative that we study the scriptures and apply them to our lives and finances. In summary, this book looks at wealth and finances from a biblical perspective.
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About the AuthorLisa Pedriel is a child of the King, who serves as an intercessor in the body of Jesus Christ. She gave her life to Him on March 25, 2017, while walking on Lily Drive in St. James, Barbados. She started off her writing journey by penning poems and love notes to the Lord. Lisa is a qualified accountant and an auditor by profession. She currently resides on her native island Saint Lucia and lives a quiet and private life.
Interview with the Author
Why do you think the topic of your book is important?
The objective of this book is to help readers manage their finances using biblical standards and principles. Jesus is concerned about every aspect of our lives, and the management of our finances is no exception. This book looks at wealth and finances from a biblical perspective. When it comes to finances we often turn to the world for help, instruction and solutions, however the Word of God can provide believers with revelation and insight into this area and reveal where our true treasure lies.
What did you learn from writing this book?
Sound financial principles are important, and the bible speaks about them however Jesus Christ is the true treasure. The bible says in Matthew 6:33 (NKJV) but seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you. We are spiritually rich in Jesus Christ.
What is your favorite hymn and why?
What a friend we have in Jesus.
When I discovered the story behind this hymn, I fell in love with it even more. It shows us in the midst of hardship and pain, Jesus Christ is our strength and we can still give Him praise. It is a hymn the continues to stand the test of time and still brings tears to my eyes.
What is your favorite verse and why?
As an intercessor and lover of prayer it must be Colossians 4:2 “Devote yourselves to prayer, being watchful and thankful.”
If you could sit down with someone for five minutes, what would you say to them?
Jesus loves you with an everlasting love. He has a plan and purpose for your life. Trust Him, love Him, surrender your life to Him and He will do great and mighty things in and through you.
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