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LDS Employment Resource Services () has created a Family Finance Workshop that is designed to teach financial literacy and well-being. Because God owns everything, we have a responsibility to use these resources for His purposes. We first meet the needs and appropriate wants of our families and then consecrate the rest to bless God's other children. Being blessed with material things in life should be seen not only as a blessing but also as a responsibility, for of him unto whom much is given much is required” ( D&C 82:3 ). must be built on a firm foundation to withstand the rains of recession, the floods of layoffs, and the winds of high interest rates. Part of this foundation comes from viewing and managing our finances from an eternal perspective rather than the world's materialistic perspective. The eternal perspective assumes that all material resources are owned by God and that we are responsible to use those resources to bless His children. The world's materialistic perspective is any other perspective that takes God out of the equation. The perspective you choose makes a big difference in the way you manage your money and your life.
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