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This one rule covers many areas. 1- Because you love, you pay your debts 2- Because you love, you do no one harm 3- Because you love, you fulfill the law
Scripture: Romans 13:8-13:10
Shared: 2/12/2014
Uses a powerful illustration of a bell rope to drive home how we can forgive people who've sinned against us.
Shared: 1/31/2010
Regardless of what the world calls love and thinks about love, we must consider what God says about love. 1- Love is a continuing debt 2- Love is a command of God 3- Love is a completion of the law
Scripture: Romans 13:8-13:10
Shared: 2/11/2015
The Bible talks about debt, the Bible says that debt is a source of pain. Would you agree with that? That debt is a source of pain. Itís a pain for me. Itís a pain for you. And fortunately, the Bible has a lot to say about how we can deal with thi
Scripture: Proverbs 22:7
Tags: Money
Shared: 7/18/2007
I am convinced that we have been given far more than most of the people of the world, & therefore in Godís sight we are "much obliged." God has given much to us & therefore He expects much from us. (Powerpoints available - #153)
Shared: 11/18/2012
We might call this a warning against ill-considered kindness, or against unnecessary debt creation. God does not want you needlessly in debt or responsible for someone who is.
Series: Proverbs
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Proverbs 6:1-6:6
Shared: 9/29/2011
A message on forgiveness and settling "accounts" with people in terms of healing relationships.
Denomination: Orthodox
Shared: 11/3/2009
Is it sinful to borrow money? Is it evil to declare bankruptcy? And why do so many people seem to be in financial trouble today?
Shared: 1/14/2013
Though it will take an eternity to reveal all that happened when Jesus Christ died on the Cross letís briefly look at the Christ culminating His earthly work & ministry.
Series: John
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: John 19:28-19:30
Shared: 6/28/2010
How can avoid being in debt? And is it all up to me, or is God involved in helping me accomplish that? And what is the significance of the debts all being forgiven at the Feast of Tabernacles?
Shared: 1/20/2013