Resources on Luke 12:13-21

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Profit Tables and the Prophet’s Table Assurance of Pardon by Nathan Nettleton https://staging.laughingbird.net/index.php/occasion/cp13/2025-08-03/ Assurance of Pardon by Nathan Nettleton Topics: Spirituality , Heaven Source: Laughingbird Staging Nathan Nettleton offers a collection of worship resources on Luke 12:13-21, Colossians 3:11, and other scriptures, including linked sermons, Eucharistic prefaces, prayer, declaration of grace/absolution, and benediction. The Rich Fool Artwork by James B Janknegt http://globalworship.tumblr.com/post/148265782285/the-rich-fool-global-art-litany-for Artwork by James B Janknegt Topics: Forgiveness , Greed , Kingdom of God , Worship Planning Source: Global Worship Exploring the parable of the rich fool in Luke 12:13-21 this resource shares Fran Pratt's litany, Orthodox iconography, and original artwork by Nelly Bube and James B. Janknegt, with videos on the latter (Length: 04:45, 05:57). Temporarily Rich Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Elisabeth Johnson https://www.workingpreacher.org/commentaries/revised-common-lectionary/ordinary-18-3/commentary-on-luke-1213-21-3 Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Elisabeth Johnson Topics: Wealth , Materialism , Death Source: Working Preacher Commentary on Luke 12:13-21 by Elisabeth Johnson, who explores the foolishness of materialism. Riches can blind us to all but ourselves, which impedes our ability to see and love God and inherit eternal riches. Then How Do We Live? Scripture Meditation or Sermon by Sam Matthews http://day1.org/1054-then_how_do_we_live Scripture Meditation or Sermon by Sam Matthews Topics: Parables , Meaning of Life , Wealth Source: Day1 A sermon on Luke 12:13-21. Sam Matthews reminds us that the quality of life isn't in the things we amass, but in our connection to the God who made us, and to the world around us. Not rich toward God Sermon Preparation or Illustration by David J Lose https://www.workingpreacher.org/commentaries/revised-common-lectionary/ordinary-18-3/commentary-on-luke-1213-21 Sermon Preparation or Illustration by David J Lose Topics: Money , Materialism , Wealth , Selfishness Source: Working Preacher David Lose maintains that the rich man in Jesus' parable (Luke 12:13-21) is called a fool because of his preoccupation with himself, and because he thought that his wealth could make his future secure. From Isolation to Community Sermon Preparation or Illustration by David J Lose http://www.davidlose.net/2016/07/pentecost-11-c-from-isolation-to-community/ Sermon Preparation or Illustration by David J Lose Topics: Parables , Stewardship , Community , Relationship Source: In the Meantime David Lose reflects on Luke 12:13-21 and wonders if the real focus in the Parable of the Rich Fool is not money, wealth, or stewardship, but about isolation and community. Preaching Notes Sermon Preparation or Illustration https://www.umcdiscipleship.org/worship-planning/season-after-pentecost-part-2-worship-planning-series/eighth-sunday-after-pentecost-2019-year-c-planning-notes/eighth-sunday-after-pentecost-2019-year-c-preaching-notes Sermon Preparation or Illustration Topics: Wealth , Money , Greed Source: Discipleship Ministries Praching notes for a sermon on Luke 12:13-32. The author reflects on the Jesus's view of wealth, which is not a reward for righteousness, but is actually a hindrance to loving God and neighbor. What Money Can and Can't Do Sermon Preparation or Illustration by David J Lose https://www.workingpreacher.org/dear-working-preacher/what-money-can-and-cant-do Sermon Preparation or Illustration by David J Lose Topics: Parables , Materialism , Money , Life Source: Working Preacher This sermon starter for the Parable of the Rich Fool (Luke 12:13-21) argues that the problem isn't money, but our penchant to look to money for life rather than looking to God. Beyond Myself Scripture Meditation or Sermon by Barbara K. Lundblad http://asermonforeverysunday.com/sermons/c36-the-eighth-sunday-after-pentecost-year-c-2019 Scripture Meditation or Sermon by Barbara K. Lundblad Topics: Wealth , Money , Selfishness , Treasure Source: A Sermon for Every Sunday A sermon on Luke 12:13-21. The parable of the Rich Fool summarizes the odd economy of God. Find out how we can see beyond the border of our fields and have a truly abundant life. Generosity as a Way of Life Scripture Meditation or Sermon by Alberto Cutié http://day1.org/5099-generosity_as_a_way_of_life Scripture Meditation or Sermon by Alberto Cutié Topics: Stewardship , Generosity , Greed , Folly Source: Day1 In this sermon on Luke 12:13-21, Albert Cutié challenges us to experience what it means to follow Jesus' teaching to be "rich toward God" - a mindset that is countercultural and revolutionary. Bigger Barns? Scripture Meditation or Sermon by Steven Reilly https://www.epriest.com/reflections/view/1285/en Scripture Meditation or Sermon by Steven Reilly Topics: Life , Materialism , Spiritual Growth , Heart Source: ePriest Steven Reilly reflects on Luke 12:13-21 and guides us to reflect on our desires for material pleasure, on how we need bigger hearts rather than bigger barns, and how death is the great leveler. Judging Greed Sermon Preparation or Illustration by William H Willimon https://www.christiancentury.org/blogs/archive/2007-07/blogging-toward-sunday-4 Sermon Preparation or Illustration by William H Willimon Topics: Greed , Wealth Source: The Christian Century In Luke 12:13-21, a man asks Jesus to settle an inheritance dispute. Jesus' response reveals that the questions that consume us may not consume Jesus. Jesus who meets our need is also judge of our need. Full Text Hymns on Luke 12:13-21 The rich worldling condemnedPD
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Wealth: Hazmat or Good Gift? Scripture Meditation or Sermon by Robert B Kruschwitz http://www.baylor.edu/ifl/christianreflection/ParablesStudyGuide5.pdf Scripture Meditation or Sermon by Robert B Kruschwitz Topics: Parables , Wealth , Temptation , Selfishness Source: The Christian Reflection Project Describing both the benefits and dangers of wealth, this study guide by Robert B. Krushwitz on Luke 12:13-21, 16:1-13, 19-31 explores both the importance of sharing one's wealth and the temptations of self-interest. Teaching Poverty Scripture Meditation or Sermon by Mark Edney https://english.op.org/torch/teaching-poverty Scripture Meditation or Sermon by Mark Edney Topics: Poverty , Greed , Poor Source: Torch: Catholic Homilies from the Dominican Friars In this homily on Luke 12:13-21, Mark Edney argues that the "parable of the rich fool" is not intended to scold the rich but rather to exhort those less wealthy to holy poverty. Love’s Labor Found Scripture Meditation or Sermon by Unknown https://www.epriest.com/reflections/view/1486 Scripture Meditation or Sermon by Unknown Topics: Greed , God's Love , Materialism , Soul Source: ePriest A reflection on Luke 12:13-21 about loving God with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength. This mediation speaks fighting against greed, not possessing a divided heart, and loving God first. A Spanish translation included. Responsive Prayer: The Rich Fool Prayer by Tod Gobledale https://worshipwords.co.uk/prayer-inspired-by-luke-1213-21-ana-tod-gobledale/ Prayer by Tod Gobledale Topics: Prayer , Assurance , Wealth Source: Worship Words A responsive prayer based on the rich fool in Luke 12:13-21. Money Can't Buy Me Love Sermon Preparation or Illustration by David J Lose https://www.workingpreacher.org/dear-working-preacher/money-cant-buy-me-love Sermon Preparation or Illustration by David J Lose Topics: Parables , Money , Greed , Wealth and poverty Source: Working Preacher In this commentary on Luke 12:13-21, David Lose notices the difference between what we say we believe about money and how we act regarding money. In this culture, the Luke’s parable is both scary and hopeful. A Lot of Junk Scripture Meditation or Sermon by Lawrence Wood http://www.religion-online.org/article/a-lot-of-junk-luke-1213-21/ Scripture Meditation or Sermon by Lawrence Wood Topics: Faith , Faithfulness , Community , Daily Living Source: Religion Online The story of Luke 12:13-21 is not just about what we do personally; it has implications for what we do together. Surprise Party Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Thomas G Long https://www.christiancentury.org/article//surprise-party Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Thomas G Long Topics: Parables , Grace Source: The Christian Century Thomas G. Long explains how the Parable of the Prodigal Son seems to have become a predictable piece of self-help advice. We must re-learn to be astonished at the welcome we receive when we come home.... Rich Toward God Scripture Meditation or Sermon by Ada Wong Nagata https://www.episcopalchurch.org/sermon/rich-toward-god-proper-13-c-2016 Scripture Meditation or Sermon by Ada Wong Nagata Topics: Greed , Love your neighbor , Love to God , Generosity Source: Sermons That Work Reflecting on the foolishness of greed and selfishness, this sermon by Ada Wong Nagata on Luke 12:13-21 and Ecclesiastes 2:18 encourages us to "be rich toward God" by sharing our abundance with our neighbors.