When it comes to money and possessions, true wisdom starts with a proper perspective
A proper perspective of God – He owns everything, so He gets to make the rules
A proper perspective of wealth – It’s not ours, we are simply stewards of whatever portion of God’s kingdom He has entrusted us with.
God maintains ownership rights
We are given benefits and responsibilities
When it comes to money and possessions, true wisdom follows God’s purposeful plan
7 “Guideposts” to follow
Guard Your Hearts
Spend Less / Save More
Four key guidelines for understanding Proverbs:
The Book of Proverbs is a form of poetry.
The Book of Proverbs must be pondered.
The Book of Proverbs teaches principles (not promises).
The Book of Proverbs is part of the whole bible.
The Beginning of Wisdom, Part 1
“Wisdom is supreme — so get wisdom. And whatever else you get, get understanding.” Proverbs 4:7 CSB
Sermon: Hide & Seek
Scripture: Romans 3:1-9, 21-22
The message of Jesus Christ ought to...
The message of Christ brings hope to humanity and, as we reflect on this message in Romans, we ought to remain humble as we remain hopeful.
Sermon: I’m Talking About You
Scripture: Romans 2
Three truths from Romans 2 as it relates to God’s judgment:
God’s judgment will happen impartially
God will judgment will focus internally (on the heart, not merely on surface behavior)
God will judgment will come eventually, so we should repent immediately
Sermon: Why We Need The Gospel
Scripture: Romans 1:16-32
1. The wrath of God is real and necessary
2. We are willfully ignorant of God
3. The problem of sin is universal
4. The gospel is the only answer
Sermon: 3 Reasons for the Book of Romans
Scripture: Romans 1:1-17
3 Reasons Why Romans Was Written:
To expound the message of Jesus
To encourage followers of Jesus
To exalt the name of Jesus