Okay, that hit my funny bone when I saw it.
Money is the root of all evil.
The Bible doesn't say from cover to cover that money is the root of all evil. It says that the love of money. You can commit that sin without a dime in your pocket! It's either the Amplified Bible, or I'll have to find the particular translation later, but there's one of the mainstream translations that'll insert as a parenthetical statement that a wrong relationship to the material realm is the root of all evil. Materialism isn't having a lot of things. The most materialistic people I've ever known lived on the streets and barely had their entire body clothed. Materialism is an attempt to use a material object or service to meet a spiritual need. A lot of people pray materialistic prayers to get a spouse rather than spiritual prayers to get a spouse, and then wonder through their tears and amazement at their heavenly Father just letting them sit there and sulk for 55 years with no one in their lives. Money is absolutely wonderful. It's one of the easiest and best ways to serve God when you've got Scriptural priorities. You absolutely can't obey half of what Jesus taught without it. Jesus presupposed heirs of the Abrahamic Covenant and all of it's benefits in what He taught.
If someone wants your coat, let 'em have that Brioni vest as well!
When you have a party, get the whole neighborhood in there and make sure that the street folks are included!
When I was naked, you clothed Me. When I was in prison, you visited Me (by implication, you didn't let distance be a barrier to that when you knew I had a need).
Go into all of the world and preach the Gospel and make disciples of all nations. (You need your own jet in today's world for that to avoid losing your clothes half the time, to reach more destinations since airlines don't go anywhere any more, and 'cause it's cheaper than flying the commercial taverns.)
Whoever gives a cup of water, even if only in the name of a disciple won't lose their reward.
I could go on. It's blasphemy to say that God created nice things for the devil's crowd. Money is sanctified by the Word and prayer. And Christ went to the Cross to cover every area of our lives, spirit, soul, body....and financial (2Corinthians 8:9 must be read in the context of the chapter that it's in and in the context of the following chapter. The context of 2Corinthians 8:9 is the receiving of an offering.) For a second witness on 2Corinthians 8:9 consider the 54th chapter of Isaiah immediately following the 53rd chapter.
If money is sinful here, then it's sinful in heaven and God's the biggest sinner of all for making streets several feet thick out of gold of the highest quality.
It says in Job, Ecclesiastes, James 5, and several other places that God has the wicked gathering it together so that He can give it to the righteous. The financial revival in the Scriptures always precedes the revelation of the Universal Restoration. That's it's Biblical chronology. That follows the patterns of Scripture even over into what I've been studying out of the 7th letter of the book of Revelation corresponding with the 7th seal, 7th trumpet, and 7th bowl. We have a better covenant established upon better promises than the one that said what it said in Deuteronomy 8:18. Deuteronomy 8:18 is God's pattern: power to get wealth, then the Covenant's established in the earth. The wealth wasn't created for gangsters and we're not the godlier for not having it. Psalm 112 is the Biblical profile of the rich and righteous. Jesus intended to make that rich young ruler wealthier than Solomon, but he walked away....but, Barnabas
eventually caught on and history says he was the prosperity preacher of their day. Constantine introduced poverty [and vows of poverty] to the Church, not Jesus.