22 A good man leaves an inheritance for his children's children, but a sinner's wealth is stored up for the righteous. I have been hearing quite frequently this verse being used in regards to a believers finances. The logic usually goes like this "The Bible tells us we should be saving enough to pass on to our grandchildren, therefore we should avoid any kind of debt whatsoever". I don't see this verse saying that at all. First, any inheritance will go to your children first, and we cannot be held accountable for how they spend it. If my parents leave me their house when I die, I can squander that money, or use it wisely in order to leave some to my children. If I save every last penny, I cannot support missions or my local church. Thoughts?