The rich man foolish, restless happy about what he had but wanting more in his garner even more silos barns brimming for himself an over abundance
But worthless empty value a different equation when the accounting came the Lord at his door the threshold of his life crossing to the other side
The scales unbalanced one side empty when it should be brimming that which we have shared, stored up in heaven for that fateful day, rather than our houses, our barns full, yet empty worthless in the end.
November 15, 2009 Luke 12:15-21 and Psalm 16 and â€œThe Prayer of St. Francisâ€, United Methodist Hymnal #481; and sermon, â€œI Want It All . . .â€, by Pastor Ruth L. Foss, http://www.suncookumc.org Suncook United Methodist Church Suncook, NH November 15, 2009 Her sermon is the third of a four-part series based in part on Reverend Adam Hamilton (http://www.cor.org/about-resurrection/adam/)â€™s book, â€œEnough: Discovering Joy Through Simplicity and Generosityâ€ (http://www.cokesbury.com/forms/ProductDetail.aspx?pid=9781426702334)