Sermon November 8, 2009 on Mark 12:38-44.
Often we spend money without even thinking. We complain when our bills are too great. We long for that special something we do not have enough money to purchase. We can spend $20 in one day, and look back and ask where it went. Money is important. It provides for our nourishment, even if we over consume. It provides for our transportation. It provides for a roof over our heads, electricity in the wiring, water in the faucets, heat when it is cold, and cool air when it is hot. We know our money is important, but does our money matter?