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David Hagni

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Dave graduated from Rhema Bible Training Center and Oral Roberts University in Tulsa. He holds master's degrees in both divinity and business administration from Regent University.

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[1]Faith teachings as proposed by Kenneth Hagin. Personally, I am not against these teachings and am, in fact, a graduate of Rhema Bible Training Center. However, my intent in this paper is not to argue or defend any view for or against. Rather, my purpose is to discover the context and content of the teaching of Jesus Himself on the issues directly related to wealth and poverty. It is hoped that these truths will inform, correct, and encourage God-pleasing beliefs and lifestyles.

[2]Gordon D. Fee, The Disease of the Health & Wealth Gospels (Beverly, MA: Frontline Publishing, 1985), 1.

[3]Young, F. W., “wealth,” in The Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, vol. 4, ed. George Buttrick, (Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1962), 818.

[4]Walter E. Pilgrim, Good News to the Poor (Minneapolis: Augsburg Publishing House, 1981), 21.

[5]John Jefferson Davis, Your Wealth in God’s World (Phillipsburg, New Jersey: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company, 1984), 64.

[6]C. Hassell Bullock, An Introduction to the Old Testament Prophetic Books (Chicago: Moody Press, 1986), 24-28.

[7]C. H. Spurgeon, The Treasury of David, vol. 1 (Peabody, MA: Hendrickson Publishers), 140.

[8]Pilgrim, 30.

[9]R. N. Whybray, “Wealth and Poverty in the Book of Proverbs” Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement Series 99 (1990): 116

[10]Ibid., 116.

[11]Douglas E. Oakman, Jesus and the Economic Questions of His Day (Lewiston, New York: Edwin Mellen Press, 1986), 211.

[12]Gary North, Inherit the Earth (Ft. Worth: Dominion Press, 1987), 63.

[13]Michael Crosby, House of Disciples (Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books, 1988), 192.

[14]Vines Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words, 1981 ed., “mammon”, 32.

[15]Pilgrim, 88.

[16]Crosby, 192.

[17]Crosby, 252.

[18]Crosby, 263.

[19]The nature of Jesus’ itinerate ministry explains why the son of man had no place to lay his head.

[20]Pilgrim, 129.

[21]Oakman, 106.

[22]Pilgrim, 108

[23]Pilgrim, 111

[24]The Analytical Greek Lexicon of the New Testament, 1983 ed., “plaonekteo” , 328.

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