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Pastor Star R. Scott – The Danger of Wealth – Calvary Temple VA

“In God We Trust”

Do we? As a nation, we have this slogan on our coins, yet it has become just another social issue on which to differ.

As Christians, we want to believe that we do trust in God. He has saved us from our sins; He is working His will in our lives; our steps are ordered of the Lord. Yet do we trust in God?

America is the wealthiest nation in the world. Our abundance has done much to erode our trust in God for our “daily bread.” We have insurance policies, credit cards, and pantries filled with food. And not all of these things are wrong. What we have to determine is whether or not we put our trust in them.

In this Sword of the Spirit 180 video clip, Pastor Scott asks us what we would do if everything was taken away from us. We would love to all say that we would still have our faith in God. But how much time do we spend meditating on what we perceive as needs? How much trust do we have for the political system and our right to challenge national issues?

Where do we place our trust? God is working in us whatever He sees as necessary to bring us to a greater faith in Him.

You can find this teaching in its entirety, and other biblical resources at our Sword of the Spirit website. This article is a ministry of Calvary Temple of Sterling, VA. Pastor Star Scott is the senior pastor. We are a ministry that teaches and lives sound doctrine.

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