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June 24, 2012


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I like how hopeful this verse is. We are invited to participate in giving God glory and the result is His blessing. We need to take the first step of faith, giving out of our material increase, and as a result, we will see His activity and provision in our lives.

This is a very true quote that I have learned to practice in my own life. Thank you for sharing this inspiration.

Honoring the Lord with your wealth involves not just the portion that is directly given in the form of tithes and offerings but the whole. We are to acknowledge that He is the provider of all good things. He blesses us more than we can imagine simply because He is good.

I love this approach, FMF.

We're supposed to honor the Lord with everything we have, and everything we are, not just with our wealth. Everything we have, and everything we are, is His.

Also, the "abundance" that we get back isn't necessarily always material. To expect to receive material wealth or to "live the good life" (or even a stable life!) in exchange for honoring the Lord is to set yourself up for disappointment. It doesn't always happen. God seems to have a different plan for each individual person.

Here is another one.
Malachi 3:10
King James Version (KJV)

10 Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse, that there may be meat in mine house, and prove me now herewith, saith the Lord of hosts, if I will not open you the windows of heaven, and pour you out a blessing, that there shall not be room enough to receive it.

We give because we love. It does not matter what part of the Christian faith they are ,But that Jesus is the only way to salvation and is our Lord and savior. Baptist,Methodist,Lutherans,Catholic,Pentecostal..etc,etc denomination does not matter for we are all brother in Christ and we need to remember that,and the enemy is close at hand trying to seperate us apart.

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