Allow God to Reorder Your Priorities: Surviving—And Thriving—In An Economic Crisis

Nancy’s sixth principle in “Hope for Uncertain Times: Surviving—And Thriving—In An Economic Crisis” is:

Allow God to reorder your priorities.  

Times of economic hardship or loss expose what matters most to us and what we really love. They provide an opportunity to identify any tendency to accumulate “stuff” we don’t need, and to take steps to develop a more moderate lifestyle. (Luke 12:15, 31, 34)

We interviewed Janet Parshall in the halls of True Woman ’08, and today and tomorrow, I thought you would enjoy hearing what she had to say. Listen in as she talks about the difference between our perishable treasure and our imperishable treasure: 

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What do you think?

Do you need to redefine what your “needs” are? Do you need to make any adjustments in your spending, so as to be able to live within your means and/or to give more to meet the needs of others?

PS: You can get all ten principles by Nancy Leigh DeMoss when you order copies of the brochure, or download the PDF. Or, just stay tuned to the blog for the next few days!

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About the Author

Paula Marsteller

Paula Marsteller

Paula has served with Revive Our Hearts for thirteen years. She is the author of Confessions of a Boy-Crazy Girl: On Her Journey from Neediness to Freedom. There's nothing she loves to share more than the gospel-centered truths that have so transformed her own life: what it means on a daily basis to be "dead to sin, alive to God, and in Christ Jesus." Paula, Trevor, and their son, Iren, make their home in New York.

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