Friday, 20 November 2015

Money - Part 6

I love quotes, one liners, call them what you like. The quotes here have been collected by pastor Croft M. Pentz, from a book he compiled called: “The complete book of Zingers”. Printed by Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., Wheaton Illinois. He spend years collecting quotes and if you ever get a chance to buy one of his books then do so. They are brilliant quotes on money, the book has quotes on a variety of subjects and the quotes that follow are only some of the quotes on money.



One liners on money:



  • God looks at the heart, not the hand – the giver, not the gift.
  • How much better than to be honestly poor than questionably rich.
  • Money is relative – the more money, the more relatives.
  • If we belong to Christ, it is logical that everything we have belongs to Him.
  • The difference between you and other people is that their money looks bigger and their troubles smaller.
  • They say you can't take it with you, and I'm sure that's true. But my problem is to make it last until I'm ready to go.
  • Debt is the slavery of the free.
  • A Christian is someone who does not have to consult his bank account to see how rich he is.
  • If you want to improve your memory, loan money to others.
  • Running into debt isn't nearly as bad as running into your creditors.
  • Poverty is a state of mind induced by a neighbours new car.
  • Establish an emergency fund and you will be amazed how quickly an emergency develops.
  • We're living in a land of plenty – everything we want costs plenty.
  • The poorest man is he whose only wealth is his money.
  • If you want to feel rich just call out the things you have that money can't buy.
  • If money talks, why didn't it cry for help a long time ago?
  • If a fool and his money are soon parted, then why do they get together in the first place?
  • No patient should leave the hospital until he is strong enough to face the cashier.
  • Money talks, but it never debates.
  • Definition of proof of purchase – an empty wallet.
  • The trouble is that our earning capacity does not match our yearning capacity.
  • One reason that you can't take it with you is that it goes before you do.
  • No man is a success in life if he goes through life earning nothing but money.
  • Poverty of purpose is better than poverty of purse.
  • Two things ruin a church – loose living and tight giving.
  • Giving is grace – not giving is a disgrace.
  • Some people pay tithes to the waitress, but tip God.
  • A poor man cannot afford to be lazy.
  • We make a living by getting, but we make lives by giving.
  • The way you handle God's money tests your maturity as a Christian.
  • It's a small world, so why does it cost so much to run it?
  • Give to God what's right, not what's left.
  • If you think nobody cares that you are alive just skip a few car or mortgage payments.
  • The best place to spend your vacation is somewhere near your budget.
  • A fool and his money are soon spotted.
  • Money used to talk, then it whispered, now it just sneaks off.
  • Bill collectors always come at the wrong time – when I am home.
  • The kind of wealth most of us need isn't dollars as much as sense.
  • People get into debt by trying to keep up with those who already are.
  • We're better off financially if we act our wage.
  • Money isn't everything, sometimes it isn't enough.
  • Strange how big a dollar looks when you give it at church and how small it looks at the grocery store.
  • Banks call them “personal” loans because when you miss a payment they get personal about it.
  • He made money the old fashioned way – he inherited it.
  • How much money does it take a rich person to be happy? Just a little more.
  • The hand that gives is the hand that receives.
  • The safest way to double your money is to fold it over and put it in your pocket.
  • Some people don't think they are having a good time unless they are doing something they cannot afford.