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Are Credit Reports Worldly

Should Christians worry about their credit reports since we are not of this world?

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 ---Adam on 4/27/07
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Yes, they are 'worldly' but seeing as how we are living in the world right now, I guess we better pay attention to our credit reports!
---sue on 1/10/08

To get anything in this world, yes they need to be concerned. We need things in life, house, vehicle, money. but a person shouldn't worry themeselves sick if they don't have good enough credit to by a boat or camper, ATV, otherwords something they don't really need, but really, really want.
---Rebecca_D on 1/10/08

Personally, when I became a christian I got rid of my credit cards. If I cannot affrod to pay for something I do without, and much. if not most of what people have here in USA is not necessary, and people often fool themselves in believing aquired things improve quality of life. The Word says be in debt to noone, the only debt you should have is to love one another.
my God has and SHALL supply all my needs. Trust Him, not your credit.
---Christina on 5/23/07

Credit reports are most definetly worldly. One day all we will have to do is pray to God and he and his saints will handle everything.
---anonymous on 5/22/07

We have a dual citizenship being a Christian in this world.

It does mean that whatever is practice in this world on how we live legally it is then God permitted us. Just a matter of facing whatever responsibility especially in our credit standing for a better credibility towards others. edna8476
---edna on 4/29/07

Scriptures show that we must take care of our money, to account for everything we have, to budget, and to invest. Just make sure that money isn't the root of your evil by loving it. Besides, how else are we to tithe?
---Steveng on 4/28/07

The Bible saids pay what you owe. Anything we put before God could be considered, I guess, worldly. Keep your eyes on Jesus, just to be on the safe side.
---catherine on 4/28/07

Christians like anyone else should be responsible with their credit. We are in this world, true. Therefore we need to use common sense in our everyday lives.

We can never get too heavenly minded to the point that we don't use common sense in our lives.
---Rickey on 4/28/07

You may not be of the world but you live in the world don't you? If you have enough money to pay for everything in cash then you don't need to be concerned.
---ralph7477 on 4/28/07

Should Christians sit down with their boss and have a performance review, since we are not of this world?
As long as you are still here, in your right mind, we are in this world, but not 'of' it.
---Remigio on 4/28/07

It depends on if the believer wants a mortgage to buy a new home. If not, then it does not matter.
---Madison1101 on 4/28/07

I would guess that you could ignore credit reports if you should chose to. But be advised others will not; and unless you are prepared to do all of your transactions on a cash basis; your ability to get credit will be an issue to others, affecting quality of housing, transportation and the general quality of life to your and your love ones.
---notlaw99 on 4/28/07

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