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God gives each of special abilities and expects us to be faithful in using what we’ve been given. Instead of “hiding” our gifts we’re to invest them in kingdom service. There’s no getting around the fact that we are responsible for what we’ve been given
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 3/26/2003
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
A look at what Christ demands of us until he returns.
Denomination: Methodist
Scripture: Luke 19:11-19:28
Shared: 11/14/2011
Jesus told the rich young ruler to sell everything that he had, give it to the poor and follow Him. Do I have to give away everything to follow Christ? Do I have to sell all that I have in order to please Him?
Series: Not A Fan
Scripture: Luke 18:18-18:30
Shared: 10/12/2014
This sermon is based on the parable of the talents in Matthew 25.
Shared: 11/28/2000
A challenge to Christians to use their God given talents.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Ecclesiastes 9:10
Shared: 11/4/2000
Peter gives us list of 8 simple characteristics that are so basic we tend to overlook them... but we do so at our own risk. Learn the value of the "simple" qualities of your faith.
Scripture: 2 Peter 1:1-1:15
Shared: 8/17/2003
God has invested talent in each and everyone one of us. God looks our abilities and sees not just who we are, but who we can become and what we can accomplish for His glory.
Denomination: United Methodist
Shared: 11/10/2002
This sermon, in expounding Jesus’ Parable of the Ten Minas, challenges us to faithful stewardship with the things God has given us ( time, resources, abilities) - are we using these things for ourselves or for the benefit of His kingdom?
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 19:11-19:27
Shared: 10/13/2003
God’s desire for the Christian is for us to do our best with what we have been given.
Denomination: United Methodist
Shared: 8/7/2002