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Credit is so easily obtained and credit card applications flow into our mailboxes virtually every day. Many couples find themselves deeply in debt and not even sure of how they got there, let alone how they can get out of it. Larry Burkett has the solution! His best-selling book, Debt-Free Living, has been updated and modernized. Debt-Free Living has been providing poignant and biblical teaching on debt for over a decade. This updated resource will teach the consumer about the origin of most financial troubles and help him or her break the "debt cycle." Debt-Free Living is a necessary resource to battle the temptation and trappings of debt that are weighing you down.

©2001 Larry Burkett (P)2010 Oasis

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  • Hugo-G-Alcocer
  • 10-06-15

Great examples and biblical reasons to avoid debt!

To anyone like me who is in debt and has followed what most people do to keep up with the newest trend, the latest car, the nice vacations, etc... This book is for you, it works, rules are simple, now I rather have a raggedy car or holes in my shoes than owing the "nice things" to Visa. Now I look forward for a positive net worth and be a good manager of the wealth the Good Lord decides to give me. If you have doubts lookup Proverbs 22:26-27

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  • Sheryl
  • 15-03-12

Good Basic Principles to Save By

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

I would recommend this audiobook as a first level personal finance story. It provides

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  • Todd
  • 25-10-12

A sales pitch disguised as a self help book

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

This is better for someone looking to purchase their subsequent products

Would you ever listen to anything by Larry Burkett again?

no

What didn’t you like about Wayne Shepherd’s performance?

Wayne was fine.

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I was very disappointed as my time is valuable. that is why audible is such a wonderful service. The book pitched their products three times within the first seven minutes. the focus on selling their subsequent products overwhelmed any potential financial education.

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  • Kathyinmonroe
  • 09-10-17

Easy Listen/Relatable

Good book. Provided different scenerios that were common and relatable. Pointed out scipture in relation to money, credit, debt and most importanly the importance of tithing. Great for those looking to get out of the misery of debt that don't know where to begin.

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  • Jeramiah
  • 12-02-15

Debt free by the bible, not investing.

This was a great book. It talks a lot about debt free living. this book does not address biblical investing or credit very well but that's not the purpose of the book