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Faith for Your Finances (9 of 13)
Series: Faith - How To Get It and How to Grow It
Well this morning we're going to be talking about faith for your finances. I know if you never have any financial problems then maybe you can listen to this message and help someone else out. But if you have financial problems, if you ever have financial need I think this message will be a blessing for you.
The greatest manual for life is the word of God. Amen? The Bible is written not only for Sunday, it's written for the rest of the week as well. And God speaks to us about the whole of life. And we're going to read Philippians 4:19. Then we'll go to several other scriptures. Most of these are on your outline and you'll be able to read them as you follow along in the outline that is in your bulletin.
We could've called the message, "Faith to Meet All Your Needs." This verse says, "And my God will meet all your needs according to his glorious riches in Christ Jesus." Now this is a promise that I must obtain. You know, the promises of God in the Bible are like checks. They have to be cashed. They have to be taken advantage of. They have to be claimed. So here's a promise I must obtain. My God shall meet all your needs according to his glorious riches in Christ Jesus.
What a promise this is, one of the greatest promises in all the Bible. I want you to notice the scope of this promise this morning. My God shall meet what? Some of your needs? No. Most of your needs? No. My God shall meet all of your needs. The scope that's give here is all. That means every need that you could have, every need that you could think of, every need in your life. That means your past needs, your present needs, your future needs. My God shall supply all your needs according to his glorious riches in Christ Jesus. So this is an all inclusive promise.
Now, whatever situation that you find yourself in God says, AI will meet your needs." That includes your financial ...
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