As Copts, we don’t subscribe to or have a doctrine surrounding a devil. However, if there be such a creature or idea, consider debt as your devil and don’t allow the devil to linger around you. Develop your financial plan and start your journey toward being devil-free.
One approach worth considering to pay off the devil is where you list your debts smallest to largest regardless of the interest rate and attack the one with the highest interest rate.
Throw any excess cash at your devils. Whenever extra money falls your way and was not factored into your devil elimination plan originally, take that cash and use it to tackle the devil. Other ways to attack the devil would be to use a portion of your tax refund or selling any cars sitting around or clothes/jewelry at a consignment shop.
You have the power to free yourself. Give no place to the devil (“aka debt”) and strive to not create more devils.
Think and do activities that demonstrate your freedom.
This has been our money kingdom financial perspective.
May I AM THAT I AM GOD prosper you.