Stocks may lose value. . . but
Eternal investments last forever!

PWB Stocks May Lose ValueAre you among the millions of people who have investments in the stock market? If so, you check to see how your stocks are doing. Sometimes they are up. Other times they are down.

What’s the purpose of those investments? Aren’t you planning for your future needs and desires? But no matter how much your stocks increase in value, when you die, they are of no value to you anymore.

Jesus said,  “Don’t store up treasures here on earth, where moths eat them and rust destroys them, and where thieves break in and steal. Store your treasures in heaven, where moths and rust cannot destroy, and thieves do not break in and steal. Wherever your treasure is, there the desires of your heart will also be.” (Matthew 6:19-21, NLT)

What are you investing in eternity? After all, that’s where you will be forever when you leave this temporary place. What kind of an eternal future do you want?

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Three Kinds of Believers

I’m something of a student of human behavior, and I’ve come to some conclusions about how most people in the world relate to God and his gifts. With regard to those who do make some kind of attempt to serve God, I’ve observed that there are basically three kinds of believers in this world. (Read More)

Time, Talent, Treasure

Have you ever wondered why God has entrusted you with resources?

KingdomNomics is living life by the principles defining value from God’s point of view, as outlined in the Scriptures.

We all have time, talent, and treasure, and these are being consumed daily. The question is, by what? Are they being consumed for temporal pursuits, or for things that are eternal? (Read More)