Song of Solomon 3: Rest and Destiny

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We cover chapters 2 and 3 of Song of Solomon. Jesus has brought us into a covenant rest with Him. From that place of intimacy, He summons us into our supernatural destiny. Sometimes we fail, but when we do, what we need is more revelation, not condemnation and shame.

Abound 5: Overcoming the Spirit of Poverty

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Demonic Spirits are purveyors of ideas. They sell us lies that lead us into bondage. In Judges 6 the nation of Israel was impoverished because they were worshipping Ba’al. They were worshiping control. As we learn to let go of the lie of control and embrace freedom, we’ll see increasing levels of prosperity. Download the Notes

Abound 4: The Power of Investing

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Once we get our income to regularly exceed our expenses what do we do with the excess? Invest! Learn priorities and goals of investing through Biblical lens. Download the Notes

Abound 3: The Power of Giving

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In the New Testament, we give because we want to, because the greatest giver lives in us. We don’t fear punishment, but give joyfully to support the ministry. We also give consistently, because it helps us discipline ourselves, and it helps advance the gospel. Download the Notes

Abound 2: Values and a Budget that Line Up

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Our core values are the things that matter most to us. We want to manage our money in a way that lines us with what is most important. As I learn to keep my eyes on my goals, I’ll learn to control money rather than letting it control me. The increased freedom I experience as a result of this gives … Read More

Abound 1: God, Money, and Grace

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God is abounding towards us with His grace so that we can abound to every good work. Part of what makes this happen is when we have a healthy relationship with money. Overcome hindrances to learning about money, and see what the Bible has to say about how we should view it. Download the Notes