Jesus keeps on telling stories about wealth and money. Pastor Amy preaches on the rich man and Lazarus and the way, like the rich man in the parable, we are gatekeepers with wealth and resources. Unlike the rich man, we still have the opportunity to open the gate instead of stepping past those hustling for crumbs.
[Sermon at 29:10]
Scripture: Luke 16.19-31
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