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Feb 26, 2013

10 Days of Financial Wisdom

Dave Ramsey's Financial Wisdom from Proverbs with YouVersion

Please come along as I join 10 Days of Financial Wisdom with YouVersion devotionals. What is YouVersion? It's an App Bible for your smart phone, computer or tablet. It's the BIBLE you can take with you anywhere and it comes in the version (KJV, NKJV, NLT, Mess...) you desire, hence YouVersion. 

What I also like is some versions have read-aloud options so when I'm running on the treadmill or in the car I can listen to the Bible for FREE!!!

Along with the Bible, YouVersion offers devotionals provided by many of the people you may already know.

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If you don't have a smart phone that's okay. You can use YouVerion on your computer and yes its FREE. Just create a username and password and let the edifying begin.

For the next 10 days I hope you'll listen/read along with me. Day 1 begins with the title Know Your Stuff and discusses Proverbs 27.  Continuing on with a Proverb to read each day to renew our minds concerning financial wisdom and how God wants us to apply it to our lives. This is good stuff!

Stay tuned for a daily post and feel free to comment on what you liked, didn't like, and how it encourages you.

Grace to You,
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