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A message for the wicked rich and the reasoning behind it. 1- Their wealth is rotten 2- Their luxury is indulgent
Scripture: James 5:1-5:6
Shared: 6/19/2012
Greed is listed as one of the worst of sins - right up there with lewdness, adultery, and murder. But how likely am "I" to be plagued by greed? And how can God cure me of this terrible sin?
Scripture: Luke 12:13-12:34
Shared: 10/13/2013
God's bleak message of certain judgment continues as Ezekiel describes the basis for judgement, the certainty of judgment, and the completeness of this judgment. A bleak, doom and gloom text reminds us of the holiness of God.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Ezekiel 7:1-70:27
Shared: 3/23/2011
The sentence of judgement against Babylon for their character of pride & their action of all-consuming greed is clearly stated. Here we have God giving voice to all the victims of injustices in a taunt song against their oppressors.
Series: Habakkuk
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Habakkuk 2:6-6:14
Shared: 3/16/2009
We can either choose to long for Jesus and end up rejoicing or long for “stuff” and end up weeping and mourning.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 1/24/2011
There is a new gospel being preached, the "Prosperity Gospel". What should we do with it?
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Galatians 1:6-1:10
Shared: 3/6/2011
People often want Jesus to meet their percieved needs. Jesus often graciously does. Yet He calls us to see our real need that He came to satisfy.
Series: John
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: John 6:25-6:40
Shared: 7/28/2008
Part of the Christmas Wonder PowerPak.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Matthew 6:19-6:21
Tags: Money
Shared: 9/13/2001
The pigs in Mark 5 teach us some important lessons about how to have a full life: Donít let Satan destroy you; donít let society detain you; instead, trust Jesus to deliever you.
Series: Mark
Denomination: Evangelical Free
Scripture: Mark 5:1-5:20
Shared: 9/4/2009
We will often miss the best things in life because of impatience. The price of impatience is a price we donít want to pay.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Shared: 10/5/2008
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