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       CHRISTIAN QUOTES ON Wealth. Part of a large selection of Christian quotes and sayings in a variety of topics by famous people, authors, theologians, pastors, preachers, teachers, and other notable Christians.

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When wealth is lost, nothing is lost; when health is lost, something is lost; when character is lost, all is lost.

    Author: Billy Graham

Since much wealth too often proves a snare and an incumbrance in the Christian's race, let him lighten the weight by 'dispersing abroad and giving to the poor'; whereby he will both soften the pilgrimage of his fellow travelers, and speed his own way the faster.
- Augustus Toplady

    Author: Assorted Authors

No one is so miserable as the poor person who maintains the appearance of wealth.

    Author: Charles Spurgeon

Great abundance of riches cannot be gathered and kept by any man without sin. Great eagerness in the pursuit of wealth, pleasure, or honor, cannot exist without sin.

    Author: Desiderius Erasmus

Take all that is given whether wealth, love or language, nothing comes by mistake and with good digestion all can be turned to health.

    Author: George Herbert

A defence in the Inquisition is of little use to the prisoner, for a suspicion only is deemed sufficient cause of condemnation, and the greater his wealth the greater his danger.

    Author: John Foxe

Nothing is more fallacious than wealth. It is a hostile comrade, a domestic enemy.

    Author: John Chrysostom

Rich people should consider that they are only trustees for what they possess, and should show their wealth to be more in doing good than merely in having it. They should not reserve their benevolence for purposes after they are dead, for those who give not of their property till they die show that they would not then if they could keep it any longer.

    Author: Joseph Hall

The riches we impart are the only wealth we shall always retain.

    Author: Matthew Henry

An accession of wealth is a dangerous predicament for a man. At first he is stunned if the accession be sudden, and is very humble and very grateful. Then he begins to speak a little louder, people think him more sensible, and soon he thinks himself so.

    Author: Richard Cecil

A wise man looks upon men as he does on horses; all their caparisons of title, wealth, and place, he considers but as harness.

    Author: Richard Cecil

At times it seems we require more grace to lose our wealth than to lose our life!

    Author: Watchman Nee

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