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Although in part one of “Should a Christian Sue?” we concluded that it would not be a good example of Christ-like character for a Christian to sue another individual, is the same standard advised in dealing with a business, a corporation, or an insurance company?
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Like all organizations, churches have certain bills and obligations that must be paid: utilities, mortgage, missions commitments, vehicle payments, staff payroll, insurance, and so on.
Budget busters – areas that can result in financial disaster.
First Corinthians 6 admonishes us not to take other Christians to court. “Does any of you, when he has a case against his neighbor, dare to go to law before the unrighteous and not before the saints?” (1 Corinthians 6:1).
Part of being a good steward (manager) of what God has provided is to give a portion back to Him.
Many people who are unhappy in their jobs, or who are without a job, consider going into business for themselves. Sometimes this is a good option and sometimes it isn't.
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