Stewardship

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Why I Tithe

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The word “tithe” means a tenth. To tithe means to honor God with 1/10th of your income—One penny out of every dime / One dollar out of every ten, etc.

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It Starts With Vision

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A blind man’s world is bounded by the limits of his touch; an ignorant man’s world by the limits of his knowledge; a great man’s world by the limits of his vision.

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Jesus Teaching on Tithing

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Partial Outline: FULL PDF HERE Matthew 23:23 For those of you who have been a Christian a long time, I doubt you will learn anything new or profound from this message. But I trust, as Peter wrote, “to put you always in remembrance of these things, though ye know them, and be established in the present […]

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Jesus’ Teaching on Stewardship

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Each of us are stewards since everything we have belongs to God (Ps. 24:1). You manage it, but you do not own it. Your responsibility is to use what God has entrusted to you so it will bring a profitable return. In turn, God will give a reward for your stewardship based your profitable use of what God entrusted to your care.

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Beginning of Stewardship-Bible Study

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Men’s Breakfast Study January 7, 2017 Stewardship is a theme repeated throughout the Bible. Stewardship is the profitable management of someone else’s property that has been entrusted to your care. PRINCIPLES OF STEWARDSHIP found in the Garden of Eden (Gen 2:4-9; 15-17). OWNERSHIP —Who owns what—who does it belong to? • God OWNED the garden […]

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Counting the Cost: A Question of Discipleship

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Luke 14:25-33 [Questions Jesus Asks] The Bible is more than a book of theological truth. It is also an immensely practical Book that tells you how to live. The parable of Jesus in our text teaches a great practical lesson— Before undertaking a project, the first thing you should do is “count the cost”—How much will cost to complete the […]

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