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  • Beauty And The Beast Pt.2 Series

    Contributed by Mark Perryman on Apr 17, 2008
    based on 5 ratings

    We have looking at financial fairy tales 2nd myth we will look at: "Character really does not matter when it comes to money".

    INTRO: One day a certain old, rich man of a miserable disposition visited a rabbi, who took the rich man by the hand and led him to a window. "Look out there," he said. The rich man looked into the street, "What do you see?" asked the rabbi. "I see men, women, and children," answered the rich more

  • You're Richer Than You Think

    Contributed by Darryl Klassen on Jul 26, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    The parable of the Shrewd Manager is an unusual story where the crook is commended. But Jesus has some important things to say about money and how we spend it.

    “YOU’RE RICHER THAN YOU THINK” “You’re richer thank you think.” Or that’s what Scotia Bank would like you to think. This is a bit of a deceiving commercial, but duh, that’s advertising for you. If you come to Scotia Bank they will look at your investments and show you what the other institution more

  • Great Expectations: God's Expectations!

    Contributed by Bob Joyce on Sep 5, 2007
    based on 17 ratings

    Successful life management is a matter of exchanging a life you cannot keep for a life you cannot lose.

    The interviewer had traveled all the way to New York to interview him about preaching. Sitting in his living room, the young man was thrilled to be visiting with one of the most effective media ministers of all times. When television was young, he appeared in prime time on Sunday evenings, teaching more

  • Hoard Or Lord

    Contributed by Austin Mansfield on Sep 21, 2007
    based on 9 ratings

    Jesus says we must all choose between God and our stuff. Increasing our hoard or serving our Lord; getting more space or getting more grace. The choice is ours.

    In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. May the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable to you, Lord, my rock and my redeemer. Amen. (Psalm 19:14) Joseph Valachi was a gangster who worked for various crime bosses in the Mafia during the mid-20th more

  • Management Training Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Sep 26, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    One of the transformations that takes place in the life of a Christian is our perspective on material possessions. The scripture teaches that things are gifts from God--to be managed and shared.

    Luke 16:1-13 “Management Training” INTRODUCTION Heroes and antiheroes are a part of life. Parents might encourage their children to be like Oprah Winfrey, Colin Powell, Bill Gates, or Mother Teresa. At the same time, few parents would point to O.J. Simpson as a good role model, or Kenneth Ley more

  • Being A Good Steward Of God's Money

    Contributed by W. Alderman on Oct 21, 2007
    based on 14 ratings

    This is a message that shows the need for good stewardship.

    “BEING A GOOD STEWARD OF GOD’S MONEY” Text: Luke 16:10-14 10 He that is faithful in that which is least is faithful also in much: and he that is unjust in the least is unjust also in much. 11 If therefore ye have not been faithful in the unrighteous mammon, who will commit to your trust the true more

  • The J.o.b. (Handling Money)

    Contributed by Spencer Homan on Dec 6, 2007

    This is a sermon that focuses on acting shrewdly... in a good way.

    How Much Can God Trust You? Now, I want to warn you up front that today’s scripture… is a parable Jesus told his followers. This alone doesn’t warrant a warning… but I want you to listen very closely to these words, because this is quite possibly… the strangest parable Jesus ever told. Luke more

  • Be Shrewd!

    Contributed by David Trexler on Nov 30, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    Jesus is calling us to start using more of our wits, our brains, our craftiness, our shrewdness that we use to secure our position on earth, and start using these same gifts to the glory of God.

    Sermon for Luke 16:1-13 September 23rd 2007 What do you think guys and gals? Do you want to stick with the text we are dealt today, or maybe search through the Bible and pick one that perhaps is a little easier, at least not quite as challenging? Because, basically every single commentary, more

  • The Wisest Investment

    Contributed by Samuel Stone on Oct 30, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    The struggle with today’s passage is that on one hand Jesus is telling us the story of a ‘dishonest’ manager, and on the other hand, he wants us to learn from him. So today we will unfold the hidden treasure of wisdom from this parable and look at what he

    Please read the scripture first: Luke 16:1-13 Herman and Henrietta were touring their brand-new house, a house that Henrietta had paid for with her money, a fact of which she often reminded Herman. In each room of the house, she said to her husband, “Herman, if it were not for my money, we more

  • Who Knows All The Teachings Of Jesus?

    Contributed by Ronald Harbaugh on Sep 20, 2007
    based on 7 ratings

    A sermon for the 17th Sunday after Pentecost, Proper 20, series C

    17th Sunday after Pentecost [Pr. 20] September 23, 2007 “Series C” Grace be unto you and peace, from God our Father and from our Lord, Jesus Christ. Amen. Let us pray: Dear Heavenly Father, you sent your Son, Jesus the Christ, into our world to reveal your word and grace to us. But sometimes more

  • Calculating Character

    Contributed by Monty Newton on Sep 21, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    Integrity marks the lives of those who may be trusted in all things.

    Title: Calculating Character Text: Luke 16:1-13 Thesis: Integrity marks the lives of those who may be trusted. Introduction A pastor was walking down the street when he came to a group of about a dozen boys between 10 and 12 years of age. The boys surrounded an old dog. Concerned that the boys more

  • Loving The One And Hating The Other

    Contributed by John Walls on Jun 27, 2004
    based on 18 ratings

    Making the proper choice between Chrsit and the world

    LOVE THE ONE AND HATING THE OTHER Luke 16:13 Introduction: We find a stern warning from God’s word that was uttered from the lips of the Lord Jesus. He shows the principle that you must choose whether you are going to serve God or the demon of materialism or money. The word "mammon" is only more

  • The Unrighteous Steward

    Contributed by Ed Wood on Jun 30, 2004
    based on 45 ratings

    A message on our stewardship responsibilities for the things of God (Not necessarily a tithing sermon).

    THE UNRIGHTEOUS STEWARD Luke 16:1-13 INTRO: Charles Dickens wrote about a man who was very selfish. Ebenezer Scrooge. We use this term to describe someone who is a tightwad. Perhaps it could describe the unrighteous steward Jesus tells about in Luke’s Gospel. Let’s see three things about this more

  • Recieving The Riches Of God Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Nov 18, 2001
    based on 101 ratings

    The parable of the dishonest steward is perhaps the most uncomfortable one to preach on. But, there may be more there to learn than we had previously thought.

    A man took his seat in the theater, but he was too far from the stage. He whispered to the usher, "This play is a mystery, and I like this type of play so much I really watching them close up so I can catch all of the dialogue. If you’ll get me a better seat I’ll give you a handsome tip." So, more

  • Not That Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Jan 16, 2002
    based on 180 ratings

    This is the 4th sermon in the "Kingdom Business" series. This sermon is devoted to the subject of money.

    Sunday Morning January 27, 2002 Bel Aire Baptist Church Series: Kingdom Business [#4] NOT THAT! Luke 16:1-15 Introduction: 1. As we continue in our stewardship series, we come to a sermon that many will say, “Not that”! 2. I want to say before I start this sermon that there will be some more