This knowledge base of questions has been taken from past and present IBLP publications, as well as powerful testimonies from IBLP alumni. It provides Biblical answers to real life questions.
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Tracing Financial Loss to Violations of God’s Word
far-reaching consequences for personal sins
Financial losses can be consequences of selfish attitudes, immorality, a lack of diligence, or other failures, such as we find described in the following proverbs.
A Father’s Impact on Future Generations
building the foundations of Godly generations
Fathers play an essential role in teaching their children how to respond to life. A Godly man will seek to build a firm foundation for his children’s lives and faith.
Studying Scripture With Online Resources
Many Web sites offer valuable information to assist you with a study of Scripture. Below are descriptions of several Web sites that we have found to be helpful and reliable.
Ten Characteristics of God-Honoring Giving
reflecting God’s extravagant generosity
A life of generosity reflects God’s nature in a special way. Are you eager to give to meet the needs of others?
Why Your Spiritual Gift Matters
take time to identify your motivational gift
God grants spiritual gifts to the Body of Christ so that every member will be edified and built up and He will be glorified.
How to Build Sales Resistance
avoid purchasing overpriced, overrated items
One key to living in financial freedom is the ability to make wise purchases. Consider the following points and ask good questions before you buy something; then you can avoid unwise spending and the regrets that usually follow foolish choices.
How to Gain a Clear Conscience
take responsibility for your actions
When you have offended others, gaining a clear conscience involves taking responsibility for your actions, seeking forgiveness, and making restitution. The following steps provide guidelines for examining your heart and making things right with people you have offended.
Components of an Honorable Heritage
imparting a true wealth
An honorable heritage is worth more than money. It has the potential to lay the foundation for future Godly generations. Investing in the following areas enhances the heritage you can leave behind.
Maintain a Family Focus
investing time and love in your family
Having a family focus begins with a decision to meet the needs within the family and to build healthy relationships between the family members.