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Stewardship

Exodus 25:1-8

Series: Stewardship Sermon: Build this Local Church Bible Passage: Exodus 25:1-8 I. The LORD wanted His people to build a dwelling place for Him 1. Let them make for me a dwelling place, so that I may live among them (verse 8) a. So that the LORD would center Himself among them b. So that they…

1 Chronicles 29:10-20; Mark 14:3

I. David’s view of God 1. King (29:1) [palace] 2. Supreme over the earth and sky (29:10) 3. Source of wealth and honor (29:12, 14) II. David’s view of himself 1. Nothing/nobody compared to God (2:14) “who am I?” expresses his humility 2. Resident alien and nomad (2:14)—they do not have permanent claim over anything…

Matthew 25:14-30

1. Theme During the time between Jesus’ physical absence and His future coming, His followers must work hard to make profit for Him with what He has entrusted to them so that He will be pleased with them when He comes back 2. Just before the Master went on a journey, he gave to each…

Exodus 25:1-8; 35:4-9, 20-29; 2 Corinthians 8:1-8

1. The LORD wanted His people to build for Him a dwelling place [Tabernacle] (25:1-8) (Verse 8: Let them make for me a dwelling place [Tabernacle], so that I may live among them) (a) The Tabernacle would remind the people of Israel the presence of God (b) But, the LORD wanted the Tabernacle to be…

Haggai 1:1-14

1. The LORD disputes with His people for the slow progress of the rebuilding of the Temple (1:2-3) (a) Depletion of enthusiasm (b) Neglect of God’s priorities (c) Preoccupation with personal work over God’s work (d) Excuses 2. The LORD says that He caused their economic misfortunes due to their misplaced priorities (vv. 4-6; 9-11)…

1 Chronicles 29:10-20

David’s prayer remains a model of piety for believers today 1. David’s view of God (a) King (29:1) [palace] (b) Supreme over the earth and sky (29:10) (c) Source of wealth and honor (29:12, 14) 2. David’s view of himself (a) Nothing compared to God (29:14) “who am I?” expresses his humility (b) Resident alien…

1 Samuel 1:21-2:10

To raise children for God, parents need to understand their relationship with them. Hannah, Samuel’s mother, functions as an example for godly parenting 1. Hannah was a woman of prayer (1:10-20) (a) She prays privately when everyone else is busy with something else (look at all the play of words) (b) Her prayer appears to…