A Wise Steward — 2019 Feb 3

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“But you, who do you say I am?”       —Now this series is complete.

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A Wise Steward

A wise steward is relaxed. Jesus gives us another illustration. He wants us to understand worry. The rich farmer had so much that he didn’t know what to do with it. Jesus now turns his attention and He looks at his disciples and he says, in verse 22, and the people are listening as Jesus addresses his disciples, ‘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.” . . .—Pastor Ken

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2019 Feb 3, —part 5, of the series “But you, who do you say I am?

Based upon Luke 12:16-21

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Rev. Kenneth L. Williamson

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More about this series:

Lordship Sermon Series

Pastor Ken rang in the New Year 2019 with this exciting five-part sermon series titled, (as Jesus asked his disciples) But you, who do you say I am?” This message is the final part of the series.

This series is about LORDSHIP: How do we look at God’s expectations for usas a blessing or a burden? Love doesn’t settle for less, but dreams of what could be.  . . .—Pastor Ken

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