Wisdom 7:7-11; Psalms 90:12-17; Hebrews 4:12-13; Mark 10:17-30
An extremely wealthy man, reflecting on his business career and the life it brought him, said,
“If you go into the business world with the idea of satisfying all your needs and wants, your greed will erect for you not a soul-satisfying empire but a cage. And you become a prisoner of the monster you yourself created. And let me tell you, it’s lonely!”
Rudyard Kipling once addressed the graduating class of McGill University, in Montreal, Canada. He concluded his speech with some words of advice for the graduates …
“Do not pay too much attention to fame, power and money,” he said. “Someday you will meet a person who cares for none of these, and then you will know how poor you are.”
Let’s face it, we don’t like to hear much talk about money in Church. Somehow we fail to see how our attitude and approach to money ties in with our religion, our spirituality, our relationship with Christ. In the “Sermon on…
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