Free $15 Paypal Rebate!

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This may be old news to some of you, but Paypal is offering a $15 rebate off a $30 purchase at any participating online store that accepts Paypal including eBay! It’s from now through March 31, 2007!

1. Register your primary Paypal e-mail address here

2. Make a single purchase of $30 or more with Paypal funds at a qualified store.

3. Purchase must be made from now through March 31, 2007.

4. Your $15 rebate will be deposited into your Paypal account by May 28, 2007!

This is only valid for the U.S. and Canada. And remember, only buy things that you would have already purchased even without the coupon or rebate. It makes no sense to buy something just because of a coupon that you wouldn’t have normally bought. Practice some common sense and don’t waste your money! God Bless!

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Verse of the Day

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Here’s today’s Verse of the Day:

33But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.

Matthew 6:33 (KJV)

This verse is talking about priorities. You should not worry about where your next meal is coming from or how you’re going to buy some clothes for your kids. As long as you have your priorities straight, God will provide for you. Seek God first, and all of those things will be added to you! Don’t worry about anything. God is your provider!

Be blessed as you go to church today and if you don’t, maybe you should think about going to church!

Welcome!

Thanks for visiting my brand-spankin’ new blog all about Christian Personal Finance! This is my very first post! Hope you stick around as we dive into many different personal finance topics from a Christian perspective. I already have some ideas for this blog so stay tuned! I will let you in on one secret though; there will be a verse of the day related to finance! I believe the Bible is the greatest finance book there is and if you live by its principles, you will become not only financially rich, but spiritually rich as well!