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  • Experiencing Finanical Peace Series

    Contributed by Scott Maze on Jun 4, 2021

    Jesus wants you to use your final days and your money to win friends for your future: “And I tell you, make friends for yourselves by means of unrighteous wealth, so that when it fails they may receive you into the eternal dwellings” (Luke 16:9).

    This morning I want to put a bow on our series, Margin, by examining Jesus’ words on the important subject of money. In week one, we learned the value of contentment. In week two, we learned the value of saving for a rainy day. Last week, we saw something of the joy of giving. Today, I want you to more

  • A Perplexing Parable Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 26, 2021

    Jesus is saying to His disciples that they can learn from non-Christian dedication, even the dedication of crooks. Look at the world and learn something from their commitment to their evil goals.

    Have you ever heard or read of such a unique and perfectly planned crime that you said to yourself, "That was really clever"? For example, was it not amazing that that group of men in England could steal millions of dollars without firing a shot? We have to admit it was a bad thing well more

  • The Story Of A Dishonest Man Series

    Contributed by Scott Maze on Jun 9, 2021

    Have You Ever Been Fired? Don’t raise your hand, but have you ever been fired from a job? Did you know it was coming, that feeling in your stomach?

    Jesus tells a most peculiar parable in His day, the Story of a Dishonest Man. It’s is widely considered one of the most difficult parables – if not the most difficult – to understand. And it’s not hard to see why. Jesus’ story got me thinking about a pastor I read about who misled a church out in more

  • #6 Found Money Series

    Contributed by Robert Butler on Aug 16, 2021
    based on 1 rating

    The greatest investments are those in relationships with God and others

    "Tell me a Story” is a simple and shorter way to reference Jesus' use of parables. A parable is a relatable way to share a moral or spiritual lesson. Like the story an old friend shared about lending money to family or extended family. I was a new business owner and a relative came to me more

  • Foundational Guidance (Part 3) Series

    Contributed by Richard Tow on Jul 18, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    Christians sometimes wonder why they experience trials and corrections while the ungodly seem to prosper. This is examined in the light of Psalm 73.

    Psalm 73 3/20/16 Intro For the last two weeks we have talked about “Foundational Guidance,” those things we do regardless of circumstances, “come what may.” We took our first message from Micah 6:8 where God tells us to (1) do justly (2) to love mercy (3) and walk humbly with your God. Last more

  • Dollars And Jesus Sense Series

    Contributed by Ernie Arnold on Aug 31, 2016
    based on 2 ratings

    Jesus teaches us about money/stewardship. A great formula for being a good steward is to: 1. Gain all we can 2. Save all we can 3. Invest in the lives of others all that we can (Adapted from John Wesley's Sermon on Money)

    Scripture: Luke 16:1-13 ; Ephesians 4:28; Psalm 79:1-9 Theme: Stewardship Title: Dollars and Jesus Sense Jesus teaches us about money/stewardship. A great formula for being a good steward is to: 1. Gain all we can 2. Save all we can 3. Invest in the lives of others all that we more

  • Trusting God Above Worldly Wealth

    Contributed by Bennett T Cortez on Mar 30, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    Trusting in worldly riches defines worldly destinies but trusting in God guarantees heavenly treasures.

    How rich is rich? According to a survey of people who out to know, the answer is $1 million to $5 million in assets, Investment managers Neuberger & Bergman sponsored the survey of people who stand to give or receive inheritances in assets of $500.000. Paradoxically, 55% of those whose assets more

  • True Riches Series

    Contributed by Dennis Davidson on Oct 20, 2014
    based on 4 ratings

    Our attitude toward money & how we use it is a barometer of our spiritual state. It reveals whether we are foolishly thinking only of the present or astutely looking to eternity. What is the purpose of money anyway?

    LUKE 16: 1-13 [PARABLES IN LUKE] TRUE RICHES [Matthew 6:25-34] Some athletes, entertainers and CEOs receive astronomical salaries. They take all they can get and use it for their own personal interests. They seem to set an example for our culture which spends so much to entertain more

  • Developing A Financial Plan Series

    Contributed by Tim Smith on Feb 7, 2016

    This message is about financial freedom and how you can achieve it no matter how you’ve handled your money in the past. God wants all of us to experience financial freedom from debt, where you are liberated from anxiety

    Developing a Financial Plan Luke 16:1-13 A pastor shared a letter from one that one of his parishioners sent him concerning his personal money management issues: “Of all the experiences in my life, I have yet to find one to compare to the sheer devastation of financial indebtedness. I more

  • The Rich Man And His Steward

    Contributed by Segun Omole on Oct 5, 2012

    Parables are a practical illustration of heavenly truth. Jesus whilst teaching his disciples used so many of these parables to drive home heavenly truths. These were things that his folllowers at the time could relate to easily.

    Parables are a practical illustration of heavenly truth. Jesus whilst teaching his disciples used so many of these parables to drive home heavenly truths. The were things that his folllowers at the time could relate to easily. The rich man in this particular parable can be likened to God. The more

  • The Parable Of The Dishonest Manager Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Apr 11, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    The parable of the dishonest manager in Luke 16:1-13 teaches us about the proper attitude toward possessions.

    Scripture For the past few weeks we have been studying chapter 15 in The Gospel of Luke. Today we begin studying chapter 16. Luke turned his attention from God’s joy over finding lost sinners to another issue of Christian discipleship: possessions. Luke began chapter 16 with the parable of more

  • You're Richer Than You Think

    Contributed by Darryl Klassen on Jul 27, 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

  • How To Invest Your One And Only Life Series

    Contributed by Hal Seed on Jul 27, 2007
    based on 27 ratings

    Sermon’s purpose is to explain the Parable of the Shrewd Steward so that people follow his example of trusting the master’s generosity and mercy.

    [This sermon is contributed by Hal Seed of New Song Church in Oceanside, California and of Hal is the author of numerous books including The God Questions and The Bible Questions. If you are interested in The Bible Questions Church-wide Campaign, please visit and watch Hal’s more

  • Color-Blind Series

    Contributed by Kevin Mccarthy on May 21, 2007
    based on 6 ratings

    A look at how money "colors" or shapes our interior lives and why Jesus has so much to say about its use.

    This represents the first in a 5-part focus on how money affects our interior (heart)life, and is derived from a 3-part series given by Brad Powell of Northridge Church, Plymouth, MI. With Brad Powell’s permission, I adapted his material to its present format. Message #1: Color-blind, The more

  • Parable Of The Unjust Steward Series

    Contributed by Jerry Shirley on Mar 28, 2007
    based on 41 ratings

    This man was dishonest, but he was still commended for his shrewd investing and wise prudence in preparing for the future. Link included to formatted text, audio, and PowerPoint Template.

    Parable of the Unjust Steward Luke 16:1-15 Ever made the “march in” at your work? You know, where you get up your nerve and march in and quit? What a feeling when you first walk out—“I’m free!” No longer the slave of that man or this place. more