What Jesus Said About Your Money
Do you ever have questions when studying a portion of Scripture? Sure, we all do! Let's turn to Luke 16 and one of Jesus’ parables that raises some difficult questions.
Jesus often used parables to teach lessons on faith and life. Let's listen to a dramatic interpretation of Jesus’ story on the shrewd manager.
When Jesus taught, He didn’t always spell things out in black and white. Instead, He used stories to impart life lessons.
We work hard at our job, earn a healthy paycheck, and if we’re not careful, we can adopt a sense of entitlement.
What are your strengths? Perhaps you’re good with computers, or hospitality comes naturally to you. Encouragement for followers of God to use the gifts He’s bestowed on them for His glory.
According to the “Discover the Word” team, there’s danger in viewing our assets as things we’ve earned. Let's study Jesus’ parable on stewardship in Luke chapter sixteen.
If you were given fifty thousand dollars, tax free, what would you spend it on? Would a new car or upgrades to your home be at the top of your list?
The world wants us to believe that we are the masters of our homes. We are in charge of our income and all of our assets. Discover the counter-cultural wisdom from Jesus’ parable in Luke sixteen.
When we think of someone who’s shrewd, we often think of them in a negative light.
In Luke chapter sixteen, Jesus tells a story which teaches that His followers need to be a shrewd managers of their resources.