CrossReads Book Spotlight : 10 Investment Mistakes You Should Avoid as a Christian

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10 Investment Mistakes You Should Avoid as a Christian

How to Clear Your Debts and Payoff Your Mortgage in 5 years

by Samantha Smith

10 Investment Mistakes You Should Avoid as a Christian

Do you know as a Christian, you are called to be a good ADMINISTRATOR over money and wealth with which God has provided for you?

As a Christian, one of the mistakes you can make is to invest your hard earned money wrongly. Yes, It is great to make money and invest, but most importantly, you must never make investment mistakes that will ruin your financial status.

As a child of God who is constantly guided by the Holy Spirit, you should be wise enough to do or get things right when it comes to investing your hard earned money. 

Have YOU Ever thought of strategies you need to remain FINANCIALLY BUOYANT, and free from debts for a lifetime? When you can embrace working strategies; make difficult things simple, you will always make PROFITABLE decisions that will secure your FUTURE!

Proverbs 6:6-8 says, Take a lesson from the ants, you lazybones. Learn from their ways and become wise! Though they have no prince or governor or ruler to make them work, they labor hard all summer, gathering food for the winter. New Living Translation (NLT)

When I was six, my friend Betty and I thought it would be entertaining to see what it means to play football outside the house. We started playing, and before we knew it, the ball fell inside a well. I was stunned and was like; if we don’t get this ball, my mother will be mad at me. I said, Betty, get the ball inside the well…I resolved by saying, “You can do it!

Before I had an opportunity to say any other word, Betty went flying inside the well, and before we knew it, she was drowning! I screamed at the top of my voice. Someone help me, PLEASE…. My friend is drowning! Luckily for me, an older friend was passing by… Immediately, he pulled off his shoes and stretched his hand. I don’t know what he did, but all I remember was that my older friend saved Betty. “Oops,” I said, giggling at my friend, who was slammed against the opposite wall. The Holy Spirit at work. “Was that cool?”

Poor little Betty looked at me with a bemused grin, and then she burst into tears. I can’t recollect what unfinished story we ultimately invented to cover up what we’d done, but I do remember precisely the experience taught me two significant things.

The first was, “ never jump inside a well you don’t know how deep it is.” The second was that while it’s necessary to learn from your own mistakes, it’s a better idea and a much safer one to learn from other people.

I recall all this because both these lessons are essential when you’re trying to decide how to invest. The truth is, when it comes to genuine investment, many of us act like four-year-olds jumping inside a well. 🙁 That is, we test ignorantly, and invariably making some terrible mistake that sends us rolling across the room in financial shock.

Throughout this Book, we’re going to focus on what I consider to be the ten most “demoralizing” mistakes that Christian investors should never make. I hope that as a result of analyzing other people’s mistakes, you’ll be able to avoid the unpleasant and expensive experience of having to make a mistake that will ruin YOU!

Furthermore, I will be talking more on paying off your mortgage. Forget all these crap stories you hear around. I will practically be telling you how to pay off your mortgage in less than 30 years. I will be exposing the working method that I guarantee will make you happy for a lifetime. Let me be frank with you, without discipline, nothing worthwhile is achievable.

Who told you; you can’t complete the paying off of your mortgage in 5-20 years? I will be giving you some practical strategy of paying it off in 5-20 years and rolling when on your bed at night.



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