The earth is the Lord's and all that is in it. The world, and those who live in it.
~ Psalm 24.1
~ Psalm 24.1
Sunday, Oct. 14 - The Folly of Wealth
In a service that featured beautiful violin music, Dr. Patricia Hunter delivered a message about an uncomfortable topic: money.
Jesus didn’t shy away from hard topics of money, possessions, and faith. He addressed them head on. And since we are a congregation that follows the way of Jesus Christ, we must do likewise. Jesus lived in a culture that equated divine favor with wealth. If you had favor with God, you were blessed with money and things. It was believed that the more money and possessions one had, the more honored you were by God. There are many today who still prescribe to this thinking. It is called a prosperity gospel. This false gospel believes in the doctrine of name it and claim it; call it and haul it; and stab it and grab it.
In Our Blog:
A sunny day in October inspired Jim Segaar to share photos and words.
Fall seems more beautiful in Seattle
Brighter than it used to be
Simply having time to appreciate it?
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