God intends for everyone to thrive economically. He wants usto find provision (supply of what we need) for our daily life. He also desires for us to enjoy the abundance (wealth) of hisgenerosity.
However, we live and work in a world where somelive extravagantly and have enormous wealth, while manyothers struggle to scratch out a living, going without even thebasic necessities.
Questions and concerns about God's rolein our provision and wealth weigh heavily on almost everyChristian's mind-whether we are rich or poor, an employeeor employer, a student, parent, or retiree, a homeowner,tenant, or homeless person.
Fortunately, this concern forthe economic sphere of our lives is matched by the priorityit is given in Scripture.
Provision and wealth are far fromperipheral issues in the Bible and feature prominently throughboth Old and New Testaments. In this study, we will explore what God's word has to sayabout:* God's original intentions for our economic well-being* The effects of the Great Rebellion on our capacity to flourish* God's response in redeeming the economic sphere and ourpart in this* How we should treat any wealth we possess* What we can reasonably expect from God in regard to ourprovisionTarget