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This is third of three Peace Lutheran Stewardship sermons
Pastor Rolf Svanoe delivers a sermon that reminds us of giving the first fruits from God, for all that comes to us is what God has given to us. By giving the first fruits we are reminded that we are stewards of what God has given to us. The sermon gives great illustrations to applications of today's people.
A Thanksgiving Sermon
How do you view your possessions? Are they a problem or an opportunity? This sermon uses several illustrations to demonstrate how gifts that keep moving keep giving like Christ's love.
Proverbs 11: 24-25
Is your world getting bigger or smaller? The question is not about how much you have but rather how much you share. In this sermon Rev. Miles talks about different ways of expanding your life.
Rev. Miles uses Moses sermon to talk about stewardship. This sermon can be summed up by the last few lines: "Winston Churchill knew this. He once said: "We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give." Giving is a sure sign of life."
Matthew 25: 14-30
Here Miles works with Matthew 25: 14-30 to talk about our talents and how we use them. Throughout out this sermon he talks about investing and what we do with the investment that God has made in us.
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