Two Faces of Money Workbook
By: Master Prophet Bishop E. Bernard Jordan
The common phenomenon about money is how money (or the lack of it) changes a person's attitudes and emotions. Most of the time, the increase in the level of a person's wealth increases their feelings of entitlement, deservingness, and their ideology of self-interest. On the other hand, people can experience a decrease in feelings of compassion and empathy when their level of wealth goes up. Does money make a person evil? Is the Bible actually accurate in saying the love of money is the root of all evil? The good news: it doesn't take all that much to thwart the psychological effects of wealth.