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  • Not The Prodigal Son

    Contributed by Simon Bartlett on Feb 28, 2021
     | 42 views

    In the parable of the Prodigal Son, the younger son squandered his inheritance. And yet, his father received him back. So, is what we do with our money not important?!’ The Parable of the Dishonest Manager is Jesus' answer.

  • Calling

    Contributed by Mary G. on Dec 10, 2020
    based on 2 ratings
     | 417 views

    We can have whichever vocation we want if it is not sinful and is working wholeheartedly for God while walking in love (if we haven't already heard clearly from God regarding a path we need to be on). We are free in Christ.

  • The Dishonest Manager Series

    Contributed by Allan Quak on Oct 10, 2020
     | 1,170 views

    Through this puzzling parable Jesus teaches disciples to act shrewdly by taking worldly examples bold and decisive action and learning from them. With the purpose of making a greater contribute towards eternity.

    You can listen to the full message here:- https://nec.org.au/sermons/The%20Parables%20of%20Jesus/ Message Luke 16:1-9 The Dishonest Steward The parable we are about to read is universally considered to be the one of the most puzzling parables of Jesus. Let’s read the parable first and then ...read more

  • Naaman's Little Maid

    Contributed by Bright Adeyeye on Sep 23, 2020
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,336 views

    She was born free in the land of Israel but reduced to a slave in Syria. Yet no thought of revenge was in her heart. She could have rejoiced in his affliction. But instead, the little maid thought of how Naaman might be healed.

  • When Slick Got Caught (May 2013).

    Contributed by John Williams Iii on Aug 14, 2020
     | 977 views

    The parable of the unjust steward (Luke 16:1-13) is a parable that has been awkward for some to understand. It is awkward because, it seems, that the unjust steward gets rewarded for his crookedness. It was about grace when we don't deserve it.

  • Stewardship-Pathway To Victory Series

    Contributed by Ralph S. Adebowale on Jul 13, 2020
     | 634 views

    Within the Last Few Months of the Global Pandemic, with several questions in the hearts of many, “How come a Pandemic after the Beginning of a New Year?”, was it caused by several atrocities of the World or is it a Natural Catastrophe or an Environmental syndrome or an engineered economic disorder?

    Well, God still reigns in the Affairs of Men as his the owner of The World (Ps 24:1) and always Assures Us of Victory even when we are faced with Such or More even Happens (Ps 34:19) This is a Pointer for us to give to God the best of who we are and what we have received, because God intends to be ...read more

  • The Emerging New Stewardship Role In The Church Is Key To Effective Leadership.

    Contributed by Patrick Usifo on May 26, 2020
     | 1,016 views

    The church has stayed too long in the wilderness of failed leadership. Now is the time to use the stewardship calling to accomplish the role of leading the church into the new dispensation after the crisis of the pandemic has run her course.

    The present pandemic crisis has revealed the inevitable need for good leadership and governance not only in the world, but in the church as well. Daily we are experiencing and witnessing the failure of leadership in many high places. In fact those who are supposed to lead are failing the calling. ...read more

  • Stewardship: It's All Under Our Management Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Jan 10, 2020
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,703 views

    Luke 16:1-13 teaches us how we are to manage God's assets.

    Scripture I am preaching a two-week series on stewardship that I am calling “Money and Possessions.” Last week’s sermon was titled, “Ownership: It All Belongs to God.” Today’s sermon is titled, “Stewardship: It’s All Under Our Management.” The text for today’s sermon is Luke 16:1-13. This is ...read more

  • 2019 Is Gone New Year Coming

    Contributed by Dr.w.samuel Legon on Dec 27, 2019
     | 1,138 views

    Don't look back look up.

    2019 is gone new year coming As you think back things you want to leave in the passed. Changes in the world. Changes in our body. Changes in our family. We need to look for a new chance to take place. Put the past in the past. Don’t look back have a new out look. Today is a new day try to ...read more

  • Twelve Lessons From The Wright Brothers

    Contributed by Jody Marsh on Nov 30, 2019
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,704 views

    Twelve Biblical lessons interwoven with the story of the Wright Brothers. Great PowerPoint slides are available. Email me at jaykaymarsh@yahoo.com

    During the summer of 2019, my son was doing his clinical rotations. So the Familty, and I went to visit him over the Fourth of July in Dayton, Ohio. What is Dayton famous for? That’s right, Dayton is famous because the Wright Brothers built the first airplane there. Between parades and ...read more

  • The Parable Of The Conniving Steward

    Contributed by John Gaston on Oct 23, 2019
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,221 views

    In one of the most misunderstood passages in Scripture, the Lord uses a parable to tell people who choose money over God to use it to win friends in hell & He uses the ambition of the ungodly to spotlight the laxity of the saved.

    THE PARABLE OF THE CONNIVING STEWARD Luke 16:1-15 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR 1. Police Officer Robert Marklin of Algonac, Michigan says, “I was in my patrol car by a blinking red light – the equivalent of a stop sign – when I watched an elderly man drive straight through without even slowing down. ...read more

  • Good Money After Bad

    Contributed by Mary Erickson on Sep 23, 2019
     | 1,135 views

    The parable of the dishonest steward points to imagination and how wealth can be used for the goodness of God's kingdom in our midst.

    September 22, 2019 Hope Lutheran Church Luke 16:1-13; Amos 8:4-7 Good Money after Bad Friends, may grace and peace be yours in abundance in the knowledge of God and Christ Jesus our Lord. Every story has a main character. But sometimes that main character isn’t the person you’d expect. You can’t ...read more

  • Wisdom In Wealth

    Contributed by Kerry Haynes on Sep 22, 2019
    based on 2 ratings
     | 2,920 views

    In perhaps the most challenging parable to understand, Jesus calls us to use our worldly wealth for divine purposes, to be faithful where we are, and to keep God first in our lives.

    Luke 16:1-13 Wisdom in Wealth What if you came to church one Sunday, and your pastor got up to give the sermon and said, “I don’t have a clue what this means!” Well, I’m pretty close to that with today’s passage. Maybe you could relate to that kind of pastor, since sometimes the Bible is just hard ...read more

  • Tears Of Rage (Tears Of Grief)

    Contributed by Wayne Stewart on Sep 21, 2019
     | 967 views

    How to turn tears of Rage and Grief into tears of Joy.

    The vicar and I have this ongoing debate about whether you need to include every reading in each sermon. She reckons you should, I think that if they aren’t obviously related then pick one or two and concentrate on them. Jeremiah 8.18 - 9.1; Psalm 79.1-9; 1 Timothy 2.1-10; Luke 16.1-13 That ...read more

  • Faithful?

    Contributed by Gaither Bailey on Sep 19, 2019
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,364 views

    We cannot be faithful to the world and faithful to God at the same time. We must learn to put God first and everything else behind God.

    Faithful? Luke 16: 1 - 13 Intro: A city boy moved to the country. He bought a donkey from an old farmer for $100. The farmer agreed to deliver the donkey. The next day the old farmer drove up and said, “Sorry son, but the donkey died.” The city boy replied, “Well, just give my money back.” ...read more