Money is a powerful thing. It can propel a person's life in one of two opposite directions: a path of blessing and joy, or a path of danger and destruction. Debunking the false promises people often believe about what money can offer, best-selling author Paul David Tripp gives readers a fresh and always-relevant perspective on money through the lens of the gospel. Tripp shows that the root of money problems is not the size of a paycheck or the adequacy of a budget, but in the sin of our hearts. He ultimately directs readers to Jesus, who offers grace for every failure and provision for every need--helping them cultivate money habits marked by freedom, generosity, and joy.