God's Plan for Financial Success

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  1. Get Out of Debt.  "Debt is financial whining.  I WANT IT!"  Dave Ramsey.
    1. Proverbs 22:7
    2. Habakkuk 2:6-7
    3. 1 Timothy 6:6
    4. Matthew 6:24
    5. Hebrews 12:11
  2. Act Your Wage.  "You need to learn to live on less than you make.  You are not in Congress!"  Dave Ramsey. (50%* gross salary spending money, 20%* of gross salary for taxes.  Not from Dave Ramsey) "We sell Crock-Pots here, not microwaves."  Dave Ramsey.
    1. Proverbs 21:20b.  fools put it all out for yard sales (MSG).
    2. 1 Timothy 6:6-11.  "Contentment is probably the most power financial principle there is."  Dave Ramsey
    3. Luke 16:13
    4. Proverbs 21:17
    5. Hebrews 12:11
  3. Get on a Budget/Plan
    1. Luke 14:28-30
    2. Matthew 25:14-30
    3. Luke 16:10-12
    4. Ephesians 5:15-16
    5. Matthew 6:24
    6. Hebrews 12:11
  4. Save and invest
    1. Emergency Fund/Rainy Day.  "Why?  Because is going to rain!"  Dave Ramsey.  (Remember Covid 19 National Shutdown 2020.  Depend on God and yourself, not the government!  God is your Provider not the goverment!)
      1. Proverbs 21:20a
      2. Genesis 41:34
      3. Matthew 25:1-13
    2. Pay cash for things you need or want.  You spend less!  (10%* gross salary after beginner emergency fund and regular emergency fund is complete.  Not from Dave Ramsey)
    3. Invest:  Proverbs 27:23-24 (10%* gross salary.  Not from Dave Ramsey)
  5. Give (the best thing you can do with money!)
    1. Malachi 3:8-12 (10% gross salary after beginner emergency fund is complete).  Not from Dave Ramsey)
    2. Proverbs 3:9-10
    3. Ephesians 4:28

*Starting point or goal percentages but are not hard and fast.  They can be adjusted to each family's needs.

Watch Dave Ramsey's video "Life.  Money.  Hope." at the bottom of this page!

Follow Dave Ramsey's 7 Baby Steps to Financial Peace

  1. $1,000.00 cash in a beginner emergency fund to stop using credit cards for emergencies.
  2. Use the debt snowball to pay off all your debt but the house.  Smallest debt first, largest debt last.
  3. A fully funded emergency fund of three to six months of monthly expenses.
  4. Invest 15% of your household income into retirement
  5. Start saving for college
  6. Pay off your home early
  7. Build wealth and give generously

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