Asking for help

By Randell Tiongson on August 28th, 2022

In the process of growing up, we learn to cross a street safely and avoid electrical shocks. Life would be painful without those basic skills. The ability to manage money is a skill few people grow up learning, but money management is just as vital to a happy life.

Maybe no one ever took the time to teach you personal finance. Or maybe no one you know is good with money. Not understanding money isn’t something to feel guilty about or be ashamed of. Asking for help is an opportunity to learn new skills that can change the rest of your life.

The Bible calls those who don’t seek trustworthy advice fools. The person who doesn’t want input cares more about appearing smart than being smart.

Admitting we need help might seem risky and it might require us to swallow our pride, but the best things in life require us to step up and step out on faith. God has given us all unique gifts and talents to encourage each other. Will you allow trustworthy people to help you along the way?

“When pride comes, then comes disgrace,

but with the humble is wisdom.”

— Proverbs 11:2, ESV

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