Scripture: Luke , Luke , John Jesus was teaching His disciples when He was interrupted by someone who wanted him to resolve a family dispute over inheritance. He was not really asking for advice. He wanted Jesus to stand on his side and "tell my brother to divide the inheritance with me. He wanted Jesus to get the money for him, but Jesus saw the true problem in his heart - greed. This is very relevant to us today, because for most people our main priority in life is to get wealth and have a good life.
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July 31, Speaker: Rev. Jack Meehan Series: Lectionary. Topic: Biblical Verse: Luke — Opening Prayer Loving God, all that we have comes as a gift from you: our lives, our loved ones, our futures. Yet we often treat your gifts as our possessions. We grab and grasp. We hold and hoard. We store up wealth for ourselves on earth but neglect what is the true treasure.
By Yohan Perera. On April 12, In Sermon Manuscripts. He had resolved, however, not to listen to the sermon. He sat with his head down and fingers in his ears. He heard Mr. He returned the next night, listened intently and was converted.
If you had walked through the crowds at Occupy Wall Street, you might have heard singing. Sung to the tune of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic", these lyrics floated through the air: "Solidarity forever, solidarity forever, solidarity forever, for the union makes us strong. James gives a warning to the rich who oppress and exploit the underprivileged. Riches will amount to nothing in the end, but the humble and righteous will prevail. If you have your Bibles, why don't you grab them? We'll be in Genesis 1. If you don't have a Bible with you, don't own one, there should be a hardback black one somewhere around you. If you don't own one, just take that, our gift to you. Let's go to Genesis 1. We are […].