Owe No Man is a manual of emancipation from the prison of debts and a guide to prosperity and creativity. The authors present priceless wisdom regarding God’s principles of prosperity, sacred stewardship, tithing, holy having, honorableness, and the householder life. As teachers of the higher life for many years, they draw upon their experiences with truth-seekers in the modern-day world who live according to scriptural principles of Divine Providence.
Scriptural Basis for the Book:
Dedicated to the words of St. Paul in Romans, chapter 13, verse 8:
"Owe no man any thing, but to love one another: for he that loveth another hath fulfilled the law." (King James Version)
"Owe no man anything, except to love one another; for he who loves his neighbor has fulfilled the law." (Revised Standard Version)
"Let no debt remain outstanding, except the continuing debt to love one another, for he who loves his fellow man has fulfilled the law." (New International Version)
"Pay all your debts except the debt of love for others - never finish paying that! For if you love them, you will be obeying all of God's laws, fulfilling all his requirements." (Living "Bible")
"Avoid getting into debt, except the debt of mutual love. If you love your fellow men you have carried out your obligations." (The Jerusalem Bible)
Table of Contents:
Introduction by Jairus Michael Hihn
Earning and the Increase of God
The Joy of Earning
The Law of Prospering
Money and the Soul
Stewardship and Faith
The Anatomy of a Debt
Karma and the Soul
Prosperity Through Tithing
Tithing and the Preservation of God's Altar
Simplify and Glorify
Prospering in a Marriage
Fasting Prayers and Divine Providence
Future Teachers of Meditation
Excerpt #1. "Travel light; 'owe no man' (Romans 13:8); hasten to leave your offering, your spiritual promises on the altar; go forth and work with diligence to pay off the debt carelessly made in time of blind motive.
God does not employ or engage you in the employ until your debt is free, and your giving is abundant.
There is no successful prospering without God's support. He who prospers with a clean conscience is God-prospered." (Ann Ree Colton)
Excerpt #2. "Nations, families, and individuals in debt have stopped listening to the great teachers; they have stopped listening to the sages and the saints. They have closed their ears to the wisdom of their founding fathers.
The Christ is not the Lord of debts; He is the Lord of grace. As the Lord of grace, He is the Lord of freedom from debts." (Jonathan Murro)