by Fred Lowery

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Dr. Fred Lowery
Deuteronomy 8:10-14; Deuteronomy 8:17-18; Luke 12:15; 1 Timothy 6:10; 1 Timothy 6:17; Mark 10:22-23; Luke 12:16-21; Ecclesiastes 5:10-11; Philippians 4:12; 1 Timothy 6:8

OK! SIRI! Accept we're gonna deal with real answers to real problems. I don't have that much luck with SIRI giving me the help that I need but it is fun to play with that. We're gonna - today we're gonna talk about one of your favorite topics and that's the topic of money. Now, for the women, I know that you don't overspend. It's just that your husband under - deposits - I understand that. But do you ever feel like you have too much month left at the end of your money? You ever been there? Or maybe you're there this morning. Do you have a cash flow problem? I mean, as soon as the cash comes in, it just flows out and you're trying to figure out where it went?
It seems like for most Americans - listen to this - the color of life is green. It somehow what we need in life is just more money. If we could somehow get enough money then we could solve our problems. "Money Magazine" says the number one obsession of Americans is money. We need to understand that money will buy you a house but not a home. It'll buy you a bed but not sleep. It'll buy you a position but not respect. It'll buy you a clock but not time. It'll buy you food but not appetite. It'll buy you clothes but not confidence. It'll buy you amusement but not happiness. Money - now listen to me- money is highly overrated because the things you need most in life, money can't help you with. Money does not satisfy. You ask - I mean, when people get money and they keep on making money, you ask them, how much is enough always a little more, a little more. No matter how much you get you want just a little more money because money doesn't satisfy. Money doesn't make you happy. The unhappiest people on the planet are people who've got money because it gives you no happiness. Money doesn't cr ...

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