Finances – Part I: What to Put Off and Put On

/Finances – Part I: What to Put Off and Put On
Finances – Part I: What to Put Off and Put On
March 1, 2015

Finances – Part I: What to Put Off and Put On

Lesson 1: Money is ____________, but what we do with it is __________________.

 

Lesson 2: Understand the biblical principle of, “putting off and putting on”, “stopping and ________________”, or “severing and

__________________” (Eph 4:25-32; Col 3:8-14).

 

Lesson 3: Apply this principle to your finances by:

 

  • (Part I) Putting off a ________ of __________ (Part II) and putting on a view of ______________________ (1 Tim 6:10; Luke 16:14; 1 Tim 3:3, 6:9; 2 Tim 3:2; Heb 13:5; Hag 2:8; 1 Chr 29:14, 16; Deut 8:18; 1 Cor 4:7).

 

  • (Part III) Putting off ________ (Part IV) and putting on ____________ (Pro 22:7; Matt 6:24; Rom 13:8; Pro 13:22, 21:20, 6:8, 30:24).

 

  • (Part V) Putting off obtaining money _____________ (Part VI) and putting on obtaining it “____________ by
    ____________” (Pro 28:20, 22, 10:4, 14:23, 28:19, 13:11; Matt 25:27).

 

Lesson 4: ____________ ________ our debt for us (Matt 6:12, 5:3; Luke 4:18; 2 Cor 8:9; Matt 17:24; Rom 13:6; John 19:30; Matt 18:23-27; Luke 15:20).

 

There were two slides shown during the sermon. The information for them is below.

SLIDE 1...

—Consider these two examples…

  1. Example 1: A 30 year old investing $200 per month at 7% interest will have $244,000 at 60 years old.
  2. Example 2: A 20 year old investing $200 per month at 7% interest will have $525,000 at 60 years old. —

Starting 10 years earlier results in more than twice as much money: a difference of $281,000.

 

SLIDE 2...

 

PERSON APERSON B
AgeInvestedTotalInvestedTotal
19$2,000$2,240$0
20$2,000$4,749$0
21$2,000$7,558$0
22$2,000$10,706$0
23$2,000$14,230$0
24$2,000$18,178$0
25$2,000$22,599$0
26$2,000$27,551$0
27$0$30,857$2,000$2,240
30$0$43,352$2,000$10,706
35$0$76,802$2,000$33,097
40$0$134,646$2,000$72,559
45$0$237,293$2,000$142,104
50$0$418,191$2,000$264,665
55$0$736,995$2,000$480,660
60$0$1,298,837$2,000$861,317
65$0$2,288,996$2,000$1,532,166
$16,000$78,000
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