Sermon Collection: Wait Till I Get My Money Right


November 9, 2023
5 min read

This collection brings practical ways to apply biblical principles to our finances as we trust that God is leading us toward financial freedom.


We can either worship money, or we can worship God with our money. It’s a topic that’s close to God’s heart. When Jesus was on earth, he talked most about the Kingdom and second most about finances.

Psalm 24:1 says, “The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it, the world, and all who live in it.” Everything we have was given to us by the Lord, including our finances; nothing actually belongs to us. We are simply called to steward what God has loaned us.

Our church just wrapped a five-part collection called Wait Till I Get My Money Right, focused on learning how to manage, maximize, and multiply God’s money. We took a deep dive into Kingdom finances, our responsibility of stewardship, and God’s intended plans and purpose assigned to money. This collection brings practical ways to apply biblical principles to our finances as we trust that God is leading us toward financial freedom.

Read below for a summary of each message in this collection.

1. Prosperity on Point

True prosperity is having all we need to fulfill all God has called us to do. But what good is it to be prosperous with no purpose? There is a point to our prosperity — God gives us money to accomplish his purpose. There are patterns, plans, and planting that follow prosperity. It’s intended to be a tool that brings glory to God.

2. Stop Fooling Around

Greed is an intense desire for something, whether it’s wealth, power, or possessions. God warns us to watch out for all kinds of greed — It’s a spiritual disease of the heart that begins with a lie that we don’t have enough, convincing us that more is better. If our hearts are not guarded, greed grows until it affects every area of our lives. Through stewardship, practicing gratitude, and exercising generosity, we can combat greed and take hold of the truth that God gives us everything we need.

3. God’s Money

God cares about the first. He establishes the tithe as a way to honor him as we put him first in our finances. Blessing is a benefit of the tithe, but obedience is the basis of the tithe. This message breaks down five reasons that we participate in this biblical principle that teaches us to put God first in all that we do. God wants his people to flourish through wholehearted obedience and a sincere application of his word

We don’t want to be a slave to greed, we want to be servants to God. We give him the first tenth of our income not because we owe him anything, but because he gave us everything.

4. How to Be Rich

We’ve all heard that “money is the root of all evil,” but it’s actually not a true statement. The Bible says that the love of money is the root of all evil. Our treasure doesn’t follow our heart, our heart follows our treasure. Scripture tells us that no one can serve two masters — we either choose to serve the spirit of mammon, giving power to deceitful riches, or serve God, who places resources in our hands. As we steward our finances and maximize what God gives us, he will be faithful to multiply it.

5. Seven Laws to Become Wealthy

Our generosity is a response to God’s generosity. We live in a world that longs to be rich; however, money is a great tool and a terrible master. Our sights should be set on being wealthy. Rich is seen, wealth is hidden. This message imparts practical tools to becoming wealthy. Godly living is good living, and our Father wants us to prosper in all things.

Whether you’re walking in financial freedom or you find yourself in need of some help, we can trust that whatever God touches, he transforms. Check out for more resources.

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