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The Rich Man and Lazarus

“There was a rich man who was clothed in purple and fine linen and who feasted sumptuously every day. And at his gate was laid a poor man named Lazarus, covered with sores, who desired to be fed with what fell from the rich man’s table. 1,064 more words


Be faithful in the little things. Luke 16:10

Our title this morning is “Be faithful in the little things.” We are looking at a principle that Jesus teaches and how he applies it to two different areas of our lives.  1,380 more words

So...does God reward me with blessings? (Luke 16:10-13)

As a pastor, I would hope that you find other voices outside of Tri-State Fellowship to speak into your life.  By that I mean I hope you find other pastors, writers, etc. 548 more words

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I can't get no satisfaction (Luke 16:13)

It was the famous theologian named Mick Jagger who said: “I can’t get no satisfaction.”  And he’s right.  If you pause and listen to the words, you hear Jagger wrestling with the empty promises of the advertising industry: 485 more words

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The inconsistency of the American dream (Luke 16:9-13)

As we said yesterday, there’s no such thing as a “self-made man.”  My generation grew up hearing that each of us is special, a unique and beautiful snowflake.  431 more words

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The myth of the self-made man (Luke 16:1-8)

So recently I saw someone post an image to Facebook that described how to understand basic things from medicine and chemistry in the event that you’ve gone back in time somehow.  1,013 more words

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No self-made man (Luke 16:1-8)

So I get that summer’s winding down (back to school supplies have been on the shelf at Wal-Mart since, like, February).  But there’s still time enough to put together your lemonade stand for the front-yard entrepreneur in your family. 625 more words

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