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    Ian Coffey
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    0860652572
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    978-0860652571
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    Kingsway Publications (February 17, 1984)
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Hence, Christian giving is not optional, but rather essential. 7. The Bible teaches that Christian giving should be done in accordance with our means. We often hear folks say: "in the Old Testament they had to give, but not in the New - now we only give if we want t. This is clearly not Jesus' teaching. He expected all His followers to be givers. Paul is quite clear on this: "For if the readiness is present, it is acceptable according to what a person has, not according to what he does not have" (2 Corinthians 8:12). Put another way Paul is saying that you should give in proportion to what God has given you.

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Christian giving is both a spiritual gift and a discipline of discipleship to our Lord Jesus Christ. All spiritual gifts are, from one standpoint, disciplines of discipleship, and if we are not actively traveling the path of generous giving, it will have to be said of us straightaway that we really are weak and deficient in our discipleship to and dependence upon Christ Jesus our Lord-which means that we need, urgently, to change our ways. In the Holy Communion liturgy in the Anglican Book of Common Prayer, the collection is offered to God with the words: All that is in the heaven and in the earth is thine.

Ten of the twelve gave reports that brought fear to the house of Israel. lt;p The German pastor and theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer wrote a book called The Cost of Discipleship. They reported giants in the land, and terrible death for anyone that should try to overcome them. Caleb and Joshua gave different reports. lt;p The German pastor and theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer wrote a book called The Cost of Discipleship rist is our very lives. This is one of the verses that he used; the apostle Paul reflects on the cost to himself personally.