Gain all you can, without hurting either yourself or your neighbour, in soul or body, . . . Save all you can, by cutting off every expense which serves only to indulge foolish desire; to gratify either the desire of flesh, the desire of the eye, or the pride of life; waste nothing, living or dying, on sin or folly, whether for yourself or your children; and then, give all you can, or, in other words, give all you have to God.
- Read John Wesleyâ€™s Sermon: â€œThe Use of Moneyâ€
- Watch Chris preach an adaptation of Wesley’s Sermon