Contributed on Mar 19, 2014
A look at three of the ways that we can be "rich toward God" by using our money wisely.
A MONEY PROBLEM: What you store up for yourself gets left behind. - Luke 12:20-21a. - The end of verse 20 notes the rich fool can’t take it with him. That very night his death is coming and then someone else will get what he’s built up. Everything that he has is left on this ...read more
Contributed on Mar 24, 2014
A look at the two main places we should invest our money if we want to be "rich toward God" (Luke 12:21).
WHERE DO I PUT THE MONEY? Being “rich toward God” seems a little obscure because you can’t mail God a hundred bucks. - Luke 12:21. - Matthew 6:20; Luke 19:13. - The investment sites that give you all the resources to figure out where to invest – I don’t have ...read more
Contributed on Mar 25, 2014
Six practical suggestions for giving more to the Kingdom and becoming "rich toward God" (Luke 12:21).
How To Invest More In The Kingdom Of God: - Luke 12:21. 1. If you’re now giving nothing, set a “first check” amount and commit to increasing it over time. - If you're not giving anything to the Kingdom right now, there's probably a good chance you're also in debt. You ...read more
Contributed on Mar 31, 2014
A look at one verse where Jesus lays out three of the dangers of money.
HOW DANGEROUS DO WE THINK IT IS? Do we treat money like safety scissors or a chainsaw? - When you’re cutting paper with your young child or grandchild, you don’t think of the danger of the safety scissors. Sure if you really worked at it you might somehow be able to cut yourself ...read more
Contributed on Apr 8, 2014
A look at the shortcomings of the American Dream. This focuses on the parable of the rich fool and how his life is a personification of the American Dream that we exalt.
EVERYONE'S GOAL: The American Dream is the default life goal of our country. - Everywhere you look, our vision, goals, desires, and plans all run toward the American Dream. - I’ve said before that materialism is the biggest sin in America. Part of the proof for that is how pervasive ...read more