Christian Debt Consolidation – Feel Comfortable About Managing Your Debt

Written by Charles Essmeier

Many Christians feel uncomfortable withrepparttar notion of being in debt, and even more so whenrepparttar 135794 debt has gotten out of control. Some say that it is not acceptable for Christians to owe any money, even for such necessities as a home. Others feel that such debts are acceptable as long as debt does not place a burden onrepparttar 135795 family’s finances.

In recent years,repparttar 135796 number of debt consolidation and credit counseling firms that specialize in catering to Christian clients have increased dramatically.

Christian debt consolidation and credit counseling agencies are aware ofrepparttar 135797 concerns Christians have about debt. They can help you consolidate your debt, establish a repayment schedule, arrange to allow you to continue tithing, and providerepparttar 135798 additional spiritual counseling that you may need to help you stay out of debt. All of this is done in a way that is consistent with Christian beliefs andrepparttar 135799 teachings ofrepparttar 135800 Bible.

Creditors recognize that people who enter a debt consolidation program

What Is Your Name?

Written by Dot McGinnis

What Is Your Name?

By Dot McGinnis

"So Jacob was left alone, and a man wrestled with him till daybreak. 25.) Whenrepparttar man saw that he could not overpower him, he touchedrepparttar 135727 socket of Jacob's hip so that his hip was wrenched as he wrestled withrepparttar 135728 man ... 27.) The man asked him, "What is your name?"

"Jacob," he answered." (Genesis 32:24-27)

Everyone God ever uses has a Jacob experience where you are brought torepparttar 135729 end of yourself and have to face up to who you really are.

Jacob was forced to tellrepparttar 135730 angel his name. The meaning of names, in Biblical days, was of great importance. When Jacob toldrepparttar 135731 angel what his name was, he was not only telling him who he was, he was revealing to him what he was, his character as well ... because Jacob, in Hebrew, means deceiver, and that's what Jacob had been.

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