Love God, Love People

Exodus 20:15

To Take by force or deceit the fruit of someone else’s labor.

The Bible dignifies personal property, and roots this dignity in the imago dei, the image of God. To steal from another is not merely to steal his possession. It is to assault another's dignity as a human being who has the right to the toil of his hands, to the produce of her talents, to the property that is rightfully ours. (Al Mohler)

Do Not Steal

• Employers.

o Deuteronomy 24:15

o Colossians 4:1

o James 5:45

• Employees

o Colossians 3: 23

• People

o Deuteronomy 21: 16

• Poor

o Proverbs 22: 22-23

• God:  His glory, time, talent treasure

o Malachi 3: 8-10

You have not stopped being a thief “biblically speaking”, when you have stopped taking.  You have stopped being a thief, when you start giving. Tim Keller

One Takeaway…Make it right

o Luke 19: 8-10

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