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August 28, 2011


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I think you nailed it on the head. The only thing I would add is that it's not just money. It's also time and resources that you might have used in some other way. Hopefully at some point you will be able to also share your biblical knowledge.

FMF, I like your definition of biblical generosity. I also think of it as being "open-handed" instead of "close-fisted" with the resources God has entrusted to me, and being a "channel" instead of a "reservoir."

They always say, "Give until it hurts." I always say, "Give until you are giddy with the happiness it brings."

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