The words, "You owe 1000? Make it 800." over a photo of a woman holding a pencil and a notebook.

Unjust Steward Parable —2019 Sept 1 message

The steward, who was losing his position, asked himself, “What shall I do now.”. . . He dreams up a cunning scheme. . . . Then the master commended the dishonest steward for his prudence. Why was the unjust steward commended? God wants His dearly loved children to completely trust in the mercy of God for their salvation, like this dishonest steward.

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The words, "Everyone who hears these words of mine and does not do them, will be like the foolish man who built his house on the sand." over a photo of a sandy beach with rocks behind.

Two Builders Parable —2019 Aug 25 message

“Build on Me and My words and you will not be shaken. . . . The foundation on the rock is the person and words of Jesus. . . . Those whose life is governed by obedience to Christ’s teachings emerge triumphantly from all storms – afflictions, temptations and the like in this life and at the end, the Last Judgment.  . . . Never before or after Jesus did anyone lay down such high standards of how one is empowered to live in thought, word and action towards God and their fellow man.

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Photo of a red barn and silo in dilapidated condition with the words "The Parable of the Rich Fool."

A Wise Steward — 2019 Feb 3

‘Therefore, I tell you, do not worry about your life.’ . . . Worry does not distinguish between people. It works on the rich, the middle class, and the poor.  Jesus is basically saying there are two types of people. those who worry and those who don’t. And one of these days I want to be like the ones who don’t.” 

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