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Can’t Take it With You

Can’t Take it With You

A lesson on retained earnings!

Michael delves into Jesus’ teachings on money and possessions, the sin of hoarding them and how to invest them safely in your future.

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At a news conference after the death of John D. Rockefeller, his attorney was asked how much money the wealthy industrialist had left. His response was, “He left it all.”

In the 39th Psalm, King David offers these words of wisdom, “Lord, remind me how brief my time on Earth will be. Remind me that my days are numbered…(that) all our busy rushing ends in nothing. We heap up wealth not knowing who will spend it.” And, in the story of the rich man who planned to tear down his barns to build bigger ones to store his wealth, God called him a fool, saying that his life would be taken that night.

Jesus knew that money would be a stumbling block for everyone. That is why He talked more about money and possessions than He did of Heaven and Hell — never saying that money was evil, only that it could become the master you serve rather than the One who offers the greatest gift of all.

Luke 12:16-21

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Jesus knew that money would be a stumbling block for everyone. That is why He talked more about money and possessions than He did of Heaven and Hell.

Luke 12:16-21
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