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Money Makes The World Go Around

BRENDAN PETERS

SCRIPTURE

What sorrow for the land ruled by a servant the land whose leaders feast in the morning. Happy is the land whose king is a noble leader and whose leaders feast at the proper time to gain strength for their work, not to get drunk. Laziness leads to a sagging roof; idleness leads to a leaky house. A party gives laughter, wine gives happiness, and money gives everything.

Ecclesiastes 10:16-19 (NLT)

SUMMARY

As young adults, talking about money can make us uncomfortable, stressed, and anxious, yet it is something that impacts everything that we do throughout our lives. In this message, we explore why God cares about money, how to dream for our finances, and how to create a healthy attitude for our money now.

Are you using your money on yourself today, on materials, leaving nothing for tomorrow to help you accomplish your God-given dreams? Or are you using your money wisely, fulfilling what you’ve set out for and to love God, and others like Yourself?

REFLECTION QUESTIONS 

1.

Growing up, what was your view of money?

2.

Do you have goals when it comes to your money? What are they?

3.

What dreams for your future include money? What needs to be practiced now to see those dreams become reality?

4.

What are some areas where you find yourself neglecting your goals when it comes to money and how can you change those this week?

CALL TO ACTION

Think of a dream for your future and create a goal for your money to help you achieve that dream. Don't forget to bring others around you who can help you support and encourage you towards your dream!

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

BOOKS

Broke Millennial

 

Erin Lowry

PODCASTS

How to Save More and Spend Less

 

The Rachel Cruze Show

VIDEOS

How to Win with Money on a Low Income

The Table w/ Anthony ONeal

COMING UP

SUN

11.01

RATED R FOR ROMANCE

SUN

11.08

PURSUIT 

OF HAPPINESS

SUN

11.15

ASCENT

WORSHIP GATHERING

PAST EPISODES

IT IS WHAT IT IS...

Each decade of our lives is unique, but our 20s and early 30s is especially unique as we navigate big life decisions and continue to develop who we will become. With those opportunities can also be disappointments as our pictures and dreams of what our lives would become meet reality. So sometimes all we can do is follow in Abraham's footsteps and recognize that it is what it is, but possibly it's not what it seems.

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