Who is the real loser?

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Of the 20,000 pastors that we have helped equip and train in the last 10+ years that are far better Bible teachers than this yahoo, less than 1% have a car and less than 10% own a home. And they each planted more than 1 church and God used each one to bring many people to Christ, (new converts not sheep swapping the spiritually immature), , and some have actually really healed someone…. Who is the real loser?

 

What CNN reports on Tithing?

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That’s a lot of questions, and I’d like to unpack some of them in future posts. But for now, watch the CNN video above and stop by Out of Ur to follow the discussion there.

My 2 cents: Those who think Tithing is not in the Bible have not read the Bible! They just want to rationalize their own spiritual betrayal and disobedience…

The Personal Generosity of Francis Schaeffer

How is your “Personal Generosity?”

It was this sense of his true home being in the Kingdom to come that helped Schaeffer to be a man with such a generous heart. When his books started selling very well (there was even a Time magazine article about him), he began to receive substantial royalties. This new-found financial prosperity did not change him. Half of all the royalties immediately went into the L’Abri general fund. He and Edith, in addition, would give a very substantial personal gift to every worker in L’Abri at the end of each year. He understood, in a way that very few Christians do, that we are called to be laying up treasures in heaven rather than on the earth. He took the Lord very seriously when he read Jesus telling us that “no man can serve two masters. It is impossible to love God and money.”

From “The Man and His Message” Jerram Barrs