Seven Spiritual Laws about Money

Unpolished Conference 2015

The Jewish people are famous—for good or for bad—for making money. In this 39-minute session from the 2015 Unpolished Conference, Calev Myers, founder of the Jerusalem Institute of Justice in Israel, shares seven biblical principles that influence the way we effectively use money. These principles, he argues, lie at the heart of the success of Jewish people, and can impact anyone who interacts with money.

Calev is the founder of the Jerusalem Institute of Justice. He also owns and manages the Jerusalem City Center branch as a partner at Yehuda Raveh & Co. law offices. He has been published in the International Law Review and currently works in the fields of corporate and intellectual property law, charity law, and civil rights law.

Which point in Calev's talk resonated with you the most? Which of point from the talk did you find most impactful? Why?
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Money gets a bad rap. Rarely does Hollywood present wealthy and successful people as the good guy. Instead of viewing money as a necessary evil, Calev challenges us to embrace its value and pursue it—not for evil but for the glory of God and to serve others.

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