MARBLE HILL, Mo. (PRWEB) February 13, 2019
Kenny Stroup, friend to many and minister of God, has completed his new book “Five Letter Word Called Money”: a potent read that discusses the logic of wealth and its moral and spiritual effect on human nature.
Author Stroup reflects on biblical notions about money matters and how this alters the Christian way to overwhelming degrees: “Money not only can be a good thing, but it could also become a problem. Mostly it is depending on the person or the people who has it or does not have it. Money can change people, including celebrities and even everyday people. When money changes someone, it can be for the better, and sometimes it makes no difference to them at all.”
In this book, Kenny Stroup gives several examples of wealthy, well-known people whose lives were not affected by money, as well as everyday people. Readers will also see where money has affected people in all walks of life one way or another. Then they will see that money is not what matters, but rather how people treat other people and the love and kindness that is shown in all fashions, not just money.
The one point that Stroup wants to get across more than anything is that, “Our Lord Jesus Christ comes first, and the importance of putting him above everything, especially that five-letter word called money.”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Kenny Stroup’s insightful masterpiece reminds its readers of the importance of discerning one’s priorities to prevent further damage to the soul and heart that is brought about by unnecessary temptations.
Readers who wish to experience this wise work can purchase “Five Letter Word Called Money” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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