Luke 16:11 ESV

If then you have not been faithful in the unrighteous wealth, who will entrust to you the true riches?

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Message: What is Money For? (Luke 16:1-14)
The parable of Jesus usually called, "The Parable of the Dishonest Steward" (Luke 16:1-13) is, in many ways, the most unusual parable Jesus ever told. It is taken out of the rough, cutthroat competition of business life, and reveals how thoroughly the Lord Jesus was in touch with life lived at its rawest and fiercest. This is the story of what we...
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Message: Get Smart with Money (Luke 16:1-14)
The parable we are about to consider concerns the choicest set of rascals ever to appear on the pages of Scripture. The Lord Jesus took certain sanctified delight in shocking the prudes and prigs of his day, and thus we have this story. It occurs in the sixteenth chapter of Luke immediately following the great parable of the lost things, which has occupied...
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Strong Foundations: Handling Money
FCFT Foundations: Handling Money e Proverbs 10:22. God is extremely interested in our finances. From the beginning, God has desired to bless His people fin...
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SIMPLIFY: Faithfulness Pastor Dennis Rouse November 25-26, 2017 Two Economies: 1. Worlds Economy 2. Gods Economy Luke 16:10-13 NLT If you are faithful in ...
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