Category Archives: Motivation

Where Will Financial Independence Take You?

Financial independence is a buzzword in today’s time.  Certainly there will be a little variety to our definitions, but the overall idea seems to be:  build wealth until you are independent of any need for earning income.  Or, to put … Continue reading

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Expectation, The Test of True Generosity (Part 3)

I believe the mark of true generosity can be found in expectation.  As you give or lend:  What is your expectation for the situation? “If you lend to those from whom you expect to receive, what credit is that to … Continue reading

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Expectation, The Test of True Generosity (Part 2)

I believe the mark of true generosity can be found in expectation.  As you give or lend:  What is your expectation for the situation? “If you lend to those from whom you expect to receive, what credit is that to … Continue reading

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Expectation, The Test of True Generosity (Part 1)

I believe the mark of true generosity can be found in expectation.  As you give or lend:  What is your expectation for the situation? “If you lend to those from whom you expect to receive, what credit is that to … Continue reading

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What is the Formula for Christian Finance?

I often get asked something along the lines:  What is the formula for Christian finance?  Oh, if only it were that easy!   The simplest answer I can come up with off the top of my head is this: “All the … Continue reading

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Spurgeon, Living, and Giving (Part 2)

As best I can tell, Spurgeon’s Morning and Evening devotions are public domain, but I would recommend this version if you want a hard copy.   “Our God has a method in providence by which he can succeed our endeavours beyond our expectation, … Continue reading

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Spurgeon, Living, and Giving (Part 1)

As best I can tell, Spurgeon’s Morning and Evening devotions are public domain, but I would recommend this version if you want a hard copy.  “You look for much, but behold, it comes to little; when you bring it home, I blow … Continue reading

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What is the “New Testament” Standard of Giving?

I got asked this question on a blog discussion board:  “It is easy to see the Old Testament standard/expectations for giving, but what would you say is the ‘New Testament’ Standard of Giving?” A great question.  Here is the best … Continue reading

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