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When modern Christians outsource compassion and generosity to government, we often diminish our own generosity. Continue reading
There will always be those who have the spiritual equivalent of cold feet, for they will not receive the gift which was given. Spiritual poverty will be with us always.
This week, in Romans 12:13-16, we have further detail on what I’ve called the central arch (“love without dissimulation”/love sincerely). Continue reading
This proverb calls us back to a simpler and better way, where charity takes place between those who know, respect, and appreciate each other. It tells the giver to give charitably, in a way that is truly consistent with love and concern for the recipient. Continue reading