For a long time, I automatically associated “rich Christian” with “false gospel.” But recently, I’ve come to discover that there are two types of “rich Christians” in America.
I have encountered those who take great pride in their material things. They claim God has blessed them and their expensive cars, homes, and clothing are a sign of that “blessing.”
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In his book Generous Living, financial expert Ron Blue makes this bold statement:
“If I could boil down everything I have ever learned into one sentence or thought, it would be this: Generosity and financial freedom are inextricably linked.” Ron Blue, “Generous Living”
He goes on to say,
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“The folks who enjoy genuine freedom and joy are those who give the most, relative to their incomes.” Ron Blue, “Generous Living”
It used to be that to be part of a family meant something. The family name meant something.
The family business meant something (fisherman, carpenter, blacksmith, banker). The family land meant something. So much so that God instituted the Year of Jubilee (Leviticus 25:8–13) to return the land of the original family.
And the family legacy meant something too.
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