Sermons on money
Luke 20:45-21:4 Jesus shifts the focus of His ministry from warning the Scribes, Pharisees, and Sadducees, to teaching HIs disciples, and He begins with a warning about the scribes.
Luke 20:19-26 In seeking to entrap Jesus and bring Him to a point of collision with the Roman authorities, the spiritual leadership of Israel sends spies, pretending to be a part of the crowd wanting to be taught by the Lord, but secretly looking for evidence to use against Him that He might be put to death, they ask Jesus a question about the lawfulness of paying taxes to Rome. Jesus answer stops their mouths and provides much truth for…
Luke 16:14-18 The Pharisees listening to Jesus teaching on a godly attitude toward money, ridicule Him, and Luke tells us it is because these men are lovers of money, who seek to justify themselves before God and men.
Luke 16:1-13 Jesus tells a parable to His disciples about a man who uses what he has at his disposal to make friends for his future. Jesus makes it clear that believers are likewise to use our earthly wealth to make friends who will welcome us into our eternal home.
2 Cor. 8:1-15. Paul encourages the church towards giving, and sets before the Corinthians as an example of giving the churches in Macedonia. We can learn much from this passage of the heart with which a believer responds to the Lord in our giving.
Luke 12:13-21 Where is your treasure at? In this passage Jesus confronts a man whose heart would be pretty typical in our culture, a man whose heart is focused on getting all he can in this world, with no care about the world to come. Will God call you a fool when you stand before Him?