Marshall Brown - March 10, 2024

Transforming My Greed to Contentment

When we think of "greedy" people, we think of folks like Ebenezer Scrooge in "A Christmas Carol" or Gordon Gekko in the movie "Wall Street." Most of us don't consider ourselves to be greedy. And yet, when we take an honest look at our perspective and our actions when it comes to our finances, we may discover that we have an unhealthy craving to get more money and more stuff. How big of an impact can greed have in my life? And how can I transform my greed into contentment?

Scripture References: 1 Timothy 6:18, Ecclesiastes 5:10, Mark 6:34, Romans 12:2, 1 Peter 2:9, Luke 12:15, 1 Timothy 6:7, Luke 12:18, Hebrews 13:5

From Series: "Making Change"

My relationship with money can be complicated. Money can be the thing I work hardest to acquire yet complain about the most. It has potential to help me accomplish wonderful things, and it has potential to consume every aspect of my life. I’m called to trust God with my money, but I often end up trusting money to be my god. But what if I shifted my view of money and changed my relationship with it? Could transforming my relationship with money actually transform other parts of my life as well? Let’s find out together!

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