Got Good Stewardship?

Read Matthew 25:14-30: What is the meaning of unfaithfulness? Stewardship is a reflection of our spiritual condition! We should never separate money and finances from our spiritual life. The distinction that the material world is not for the Christian is an old heresy called Gnosticism. The material world is God’s too, and we are the... Continue Reading →

Biblical Concepts on Generosity PII

Generosity in Practice  Generosity is the realization we have His living water flowing in us. To keep it fresh, it must flow out of us, too (John 4; 7:38)! This is like the Dead Sea in Israel, which is a dead body of water that has little to no life in it. There is no... Continue Reading →

Biblical Concepts on Generosity PI

  What is “Generosity?” What are the things that cause you to be stingy with what God gives you? Generosity is actually a ‘Fruit’ of the Holy Spirit that gets a hold of the real believer; thus, this action will inspire one to be more charitable to others. This allows us to give to others... Continue Reading →

The Providence of Stewardship

What is a good way to have good Stewardship? We talked about gratitude, now, one more key word, Providence! Providence (Genesis 50:20; Job. 38:1-41:34; Psalm 103: 19; Daniel 4:34-35; Acts 2:22-24; 14:16; Romans 1:26-32; 11:33-36; James 1:13-17) Providence is the doctrine that gives us the knowledge and comfort that God is Sovereign, and thus, He... Continue Reading →

First Things First PIV

Matthew 6:31-34 Seek first the Kingdom of God Means to place God first and foremost! Not look for Him like he is lost. This refers to our quintessential quest in life, seeking Christ as Savior and Lord. By Lord, we mean He is ruling our hearts, minds, and actions, including our motivations and desires. So,... Continue Reading →

First Things First PIII

Matthew 6:31-34 Have you considered that how we deal with stress is an act of worship and stewardship? Stewardship is not just about money and time and talents, it is also about managing who and how we are to be.  Ask yourself this: How can worry help you? Now read the passage! When we have... Continue Reading →

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