Does God Need My Money?

This week Pastor Dallas shares about the relationship between money and God’s power.

Does God Need My Money? (Acts 8:4-25) Most spiritual people will tell you that money can’t buy you divine favor. Yet, we are all tempted to use our money to gain power and elevate our reputation. In Acts 8, Luke writes about a man named Simon who wanted to buy the apostle’s power. Join us as we discuss this unusual request and what it reveals about our unhealthy relationship with money.

Series: Empowered Have you ever felt powerless? Have news stories about the problems of the world disheartened you because there doesn’t seem to be anything you can do about it? Powerless is not how God describes us or created us.

Jesus told his disciples that God would give us power and then the disciples lives were forever changed. Exploring stories of power in the book of Acts, we’ll describe how God wants to empower you to be a changemaker in the world today.

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Sermon preached by Pastor Dallas Flippin, on Sunday, June 19, 2022 at the First Baptist Church of Jackson, MI.

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