Materialism – Gospel in Life
Sermon

Materialism

Tim Keller |  March 24, 1996

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Topics:
  • Stewardship, Generosity and Money
Duration:
30:44
Scripture:
James 5:1-6
SKU:
RS 266-18

James 5:1–6

James 5:1-6 gives us a clear warning about the dangers of loving money too much and collecting more than we need. It tells us that we should live in a way that shows our love for Jesus. It also suggests that people who hoard wealth might face some tough questions on judgment day. The passage advises us to say sorry for our mistakes, not to be too strict or too loose in following rules, and to realize how important God’s kindness and purity are. It reminds us not to become too comfortable or lazy in our faith.

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