Lay Up Treasures
“Lay not up for yourselves treasures upon earth, where moth and rust doth corrupt, and where thieves break through and steal: But lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust doth corrupt, and where thieves do not break through nor steal: For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also” (Matthew 6:19–21).
If God's Word is the final authority, how would His principles actually affect our management of money? In this first session of the...
Sometimes life’s greatest treasures, after coming within our reach, will be thrown away forever because of our shortsightedness. Instead of...
The Pineapple Story is a best-loved classic. How was it possible that a pineapple garden and a village full of thieves were used of God to...
How does dependence upon God bring financial independence? In this second session Jim Sammons continues to draw insight from the life of...
The Principle of Suffering
Overcoming bitterness with forgiveness
Understanding the root of bitterness
Taking up an offense
The Principle of Ownership
Learning how to transform irritations
Using sources of irritation for character development
Gil & Kelly Bates
Self-government is the measure of a man. Irritations and mistakes are sure to arise in every home but whether they are allowed to threaten...
Why did God let it happen?
Reasons to know why things happen
Attitudes necessary for understanding
Concepts to understand the ways of...
In our day and age, almost anything can be disguised with a promise of success. We would therefore be wise to examine the slogans we hear...
In one seamless flow, Rebekah Swicegood recites an exciting word for word dramatization of Matthew 1-9. The lineage of Jesus Christ. His...