It's one thing to say "thank you" to our God and it's another to give your "thank you" to the one who's given you everything. In this message we discuss how to manage our time, talents and treasures in a way that gives honor and thanks to our Heavenly Father.
Sermon Tag: Generosity
There is only one time in the Bible that God encourages us to test him and that is in the context of being generous. Discover the truth that you can never out give God.
When it comes to generosity we all have a toddler voice in our heads that cries out, "Mine!" and it keeps us from experiencing the joy of giving. This message will teach you how to let the voice of the Holy Spirit replace that selfish toddler in your heart.
It's easy to assume that God has given us our money and possessions so that we can enjoy them for ourselves. Though God wants us to enjoy what we have, he has a higher purpose for our worldly possessions and its impact has eternal consequences.
Sometimes it's hard for us to be generous because we don't realize what's on the backside of generosity. In this message we'll learn that our generous God not only loves a cheerful giver, but He loves to bless those who bless others.
When it comes to generosity, the temptation is to compare yourself to others. Thankfully God views generosity on an individual basis and his greatest concern isn't the amount you give but why you give it.
We're all called by God to be generous. But generosity has nothing to do with how much you have in your wallet. It has everything to do with what's in your heart.
Even with the overabundance we experience here in America, we'll learn why it's still imperative that we continue to ask for our daily bread.