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This is the sixth message of my SURVIVOR series, focusing upon a proper perspective for personal finances and the ongoing battle against materialism. (10-20-02)
Series: Surviving the Challenges of Life
Contributor: Geoff Baggett (22 sermons shared)
Scripture: Luke 12:13-12:21
Tags: Hardship Of Life
Forty Questions to Ask Yourself About Finances - (Luke 6:38) Evaluative criteria to help you decide how to best invest for eternity
Contributor: Paul Fritz (1380 sermons shared)
Scripture: Luke 6:38
Tags: Giving General
In order to survive our finances, we need to examine our heart attitude toward money and possessions.
Contributor: Alan Perkins (168 sermons shared)
Tags: Commandments Covet
Why did God require the tithe in the Old Testament? Was it because He needed the money? Consider these possible benefits to giving your gifts to God.
Scripture: Malachi 3:7-3:12
How many credit cards are in your wallet? And is debt a good thing for Christians?
Scripture: Deuteronomy 28:1-28:14
Four truths about Abraham’s faith and how they relate to our commitment to giving our offering to God.
Scripture: Genesis 22:1-22:19
Who owns my money determines not only what I give to God, but how I treat God. Who "owns" your money and what difference does it make?
Scripture: 1 Chronicles 29:1-29:20
First of a five part series on Holy Spirit Assisted Evangelism
Series: Part 1
Contributor: Timothy Grayless (6 sermons shared)
Three phases portray the financial condition of a family: Big bills, Big accounts and Big mistakes. About nine out of every ten people with an income are financial failures. Meaning, most people fail to manage money wisely.
Contributor: Joel Santos (155 sermons shared)
Scripture: Luke 19:11-19:26
Can you fall down so far you can't get up? Judas did. Are there people in the church today who are like Judas? Is it possible we could be like him? And if so, how would we avoid becoming like him in our lives?
Series: Hard Questions