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Sun, Oct 13, 2013

The true measure of your life

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From which Perspective do you see things: Eternal or Temporal? Our approach to material possessions isn’t just important- it’s central to our spiritual life. Everything we do has eternal significance.
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LUKE 12:1, Luke12:13-21

From which Perspective do you see things-Eternal or Temporal? Our approach to material possessions isn’t just important- it’s central to our spiritual life. Everything we do has eternal significance.

1. How self-centred or self-seeking could you possibly be? V.1, 13-15

2. What do you intend to do with what you already have? V.16-21

3. Who will get what you have prepared for yourself? Jesus Christ points to the fact that the true measure of life is being rich toward God.

This means:
a. freedom from a life of Greed (COLOSSIANS 3:1-4)
b. making huge investment in heaven (there is life beyond the grave) (MATTHEW 6:19-21)
c. use your material possessions to save many lives (GENESIS 50:18-21; 1TIMOTHY 6:18-19)

 

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