Just in case you don't see it, the graphic is a folded piece of money made to spell out "the root of all evil," making reference to the popular Christian phrase "Money is the root of all evil." I find it interesting how effectively the enemy works, even within the church. The Bible never said that money is the root of all evil. It isn't even theologically sound!
Satan's down fall wasn't money... neither was it the root cause of Adam and Eve's downfall, or Moses' outburst, or David's lust for Bathsheba, or his murder of her husband... and so on and so forth. I happen to believe that if there is a singular root of all evil, it would spring from selfish ambitions, or desires; particularly in making these desires more important than a healthy relationship with God or helping those in need. I base this on the common denominator in every person's sin, from those in the Bible, all the way to my own,
No, what the Bible actually says in reference to the statement this graphic is making is, "For the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil. Some people, eager for money, have wandered from the faith and pierced themselves with many griefs." ~1 Timothy 6:10 NIV. We are never told that money in and of itself is evil, nor is having money. What is evil is putting the desire for money ahead of the desire to know God and helping others.