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Is It Sin To Die Poor?

My parents both came from poor families. Okay, both my parents are related to their respective middle class clans. But because they grew up during the post-WW2 years, were almost everyone struggled financially, recovering from poverty was hard for them to accomplish.

To answer the question whether it is sin be born poor, my answer is an obvious No. But if one chooses to stay poor, then that is equates to being irresponsible steward of God’s blessings in life. And therefore it is sin to remain and die poor.

But is it solely the “sinner’s” fault to not know how to overcome poverty during his or her lifetime? What if the society he lives in does not provide opportunities for him to learn how to gain wealth and stop being poor? I believe, that those who have the ability and the desire to become rich financially and morally has the obligation to reach out and teach those who can not and do not understand the value of becoming wealthy while living.

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If one person dies poor, he has most likely sinned. If a financially literate person denies sharing and helping a brethren become informed about growing his financial condition has done a graver sin.

The lesson to be shared is simple. Lead by example to your neighbors, peers, officemates, classmates, relatives, friends, and loved ones by living within your means and showing them lovingly how to grow the little money that you have to become prosperous and to achieve dreams.

Here are our upcoming financial education events that we can share to our family members, friends, and fellow Filipinos in the Philippines and abroad. Financial Stewardship-Qatar01 Dubai Oct7 10656707_4800294622215_1771594533_n japan 10551023_10152386596328568_4477097364952672993_n trc-quickstart-SG-2 chaleditedfinal

Some of these seminars, workshops and coaching sessions are for free. The rest are paid seminars with affordable fees. If you can spend on things that you barely need but can cost you your arms and legs, then why can’t you pay for an opportunity for you to gain more?

“But remember the Lord your God, for it is he who gives you the ability to produce wealth, and so confirms his covenant, which he swore to your ancestors, as it is today.” – Deuteronomy 8:18

P.S. 1. Bro. Bo Sanchez has appointed me as a coach for our young and new investors at the TrulyRichClub social site. It’s a fun, learning family with the purpose of “helping good people become rich”. I’m inviting you to join the TrulyRichClub too and email me at burngutierrezblog@gmail.com if you have any questions. Click here to join!

P.S. 2. My business partner Jon Orana will be running a series of webinars (or online seminars) to teach people on how to earn millions online by creating and selling e-books. Believe it or not, Jon has earned over 24 Million Pesos in the last 3 years through this business. Want to learn how he did it? Click here.

One thought on “Is It Sin To Die Poor?”

  1. I totally agree… dying poor is a sin …. We are all given the same 24 hours and it is up to us to do something that will help us arise from poverty. God is an abundant God so He wants us to be abundant as well, that is why He gave us His Holy Book. We only have to do our part..

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