Redeeming Money by Paul David Tripp

Redeeming Money

Money is a powerful thing. It can propel a person's life in one of two opposite directions: a path of blessing and joy, or a path of danger and destruction. Debunking the false promises people often believe about what money can offer, best-selling author Paul David Tripp gives readers a fresh and always-relevant perspective on money through the lens of the gospel. Tripp shows that the root of money problems is not the size of a paycheck or the ad...

Details Redeeming Money

TitleRedeeming Money
Release DateMay 31st, 2018
PublisherCrossway Books
GenreChristian, Christian Living, Nonfiction, Economics, Finance

Reviews Redeeming Money

  • Russell Threet
    There are a lot of things that could be said about this book, but what must be said is that it is different than any other Christian book on money I have ever read. It has a lot of good ideas and principles, but it begins on the proper foundations. The first few chapters of this book deal with who we are as humans in our fallen nature, sin, and the Gospel. Tripp teaches us that there is no path toward redeeming our attitude toward money apart fro...
  • David Steele
    “For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also” (Matt. 6:21). The words of the Lord Jesus Christ cut through every conceivable pretense, motive, and smokescreen. In a similar fashion, Paul David Tripp exposes our hearts in his book, Redeeming Money.Tripp’s aim is to write a winsome book which is informed by the Christian worldview and motivated by the gospel of Jesus Christ: “If you and I don’t let the gospel of Jesus Christ...
  • Jeanie
    We need a brand new way of thinking about money, a way that is rooted in the gospel story and its narrative of the lavish grace of God, most powerfully pictured in the amazing gift of the Lord Jesus. Through the life, death and resurrection of Jesus, God frees us from our bondage to ourselves (in terms of money, that means always starting with our interests and concerns) and he frees us to find our identity, meaning, and purpose in him. e calls u...
  • Nicole
    This is NOT like a Dave Ramsey book or a how-to book for Christian finances. This book is totally and completely a book to help examine our hearts and expose our sin issue. Using the lens of the gospel, Tripp helps you to navigate some deep heart issues and apply Scripture to a really tough area. Poor or rich, you have heart issues when it comes to money. Have you deeply examined yourself? This book unveiled many hidden things in my heart to me. ...
  • Johnny
    So many personal financial talks begin with education and a budget. That is not where Paul David Tripp in his book Redeeming Money: How God Reveals and Reorient Our Hearts says begin. In this book published by Crossway Tripp takes us to the heart of the problem which happens to be the heart.Tripp, who has been responsible for over 30 books or video series brings years of experience as a counselor to this book. This book is filled with examples fr...
  • Paige Gordon
    This is by far the best and most unique book on biblical finances that I’ve ever read (and I’ve read a LOT). Far from being a book focused on how to handle money in a day to day sense (budgeting, debt, etc) it is a book almost solely focused on the spiritual aspect of money and what it reveals about who reigns as the king of our hearts. It is incredibly convicting and if you allow it, it will help you make a deep examination of your own heart...
  • Joshua Vallejos
    This is classic Tripp, dealing with a different topic. Tripp says what one who has read any of his other works would expect him to say. Yet he says it in ways that are so helpful. The way he is able to draw out and explain the heart of the matter--namely, our hearts--as it pertains to money--if you have lots or little--is helpful. The different angles and depth of insight and biblical guidance Tripp offers means this a good book to read at a fast...
  • Ryan Spencer
    Very good pastoral advice. Not thorough or scholarly in anyway, but it gets 5 stars for Exalting Christ and issuing a serious challenge to examine where we place our trust and what we actually are worshipping with our actions.
  • Dave
    This is an excellent book that reveals the true issues behind problems with money and then connects the solutions to the gospel of grace. Well worth the read.
  • Heather Persing
    ***I received this book from Crossway through Netgalley. All opinions are my own***“Redeeming Money” should be the precursor to any other book about money you’ve thought about reading. It isn’t filled with budget ideas or how to build your savings; instead, “Redeeming Money” digs down to the deepest issue—your heart. Paul David Tripp asks his readers to examine what drives their use of money, and he repeatedly and expertly points th...