Financial Liberation sermon series sermon video sermon audio sermon notes

Financial Liberation – We go to school to be equipped to earn it money. We spend forty or more years of our adult lives earning it. We invest countless hours and thought deciding how we are going to handle it. We walk through houses, stores, car dealerships, catalogs, and surf the web deciding how we will spend it. We worry we won’t have enough of it. We dream and scheme figuring ways to acquire more of it. Arguments over it are a major cause of marriage disintegration, business partnership breakups, and government collapse. Despair over losing it has led to suicides. The obsession of getting it has caused many of society’s crimes. It’s the root of evil. Some call it the means for great good, but one thing we will all agree on is we cannot ignore the importance of money.

Financial Liberation sermon series sermon video sermon audio sermon notes

Financial Liberation sermon series sermon video sermon audio sermon notes

Financial Liberation sermon series sermon video sermon audio sermon notes

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From Interest Ally or Enemy:

Interest! Is it our alley or enemy? Is it our friend or foe? I want to begin this lesson with a true story about my wife and me. We had only been married a few years. She was working at a finance company. The year was 1971. Her boss attempted to convince her to borrow $500 and buy Walmart stock. She told him that we could hardly pay our bills and buy groceries. She said I (her husband) would never agree to do that because we were struggling to survive. But what if we had done that? What if we had borrowed $500 and paid it back during that year, then bought $500 of Walmart stock with the $500 you borrowed, and never added another penny to it? How much would the $500 be worth today? I called my financial consultant at Edward Jones and asked him to figure it for me. He called the home office and they sent me a letter. How much do you think? Let’s make this interactive. On the screen are four choices. How many think it would be worth: (A) $12,243.50; (B) $91,243.50; (C) $291,243.50; or (D) $912,433.50? If you said, “(D) $912,433.50” you are smart. The most powerful thing about that is $911,933.50 is the interest earned..

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