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Author Randy Alcorn delves into the mystery of the joy of giving. We live in a society that measures success on materialistic things. The more you have the more you want. The house is never big enough. The car is never good enough. If one is good, two is better, and three is best. None of this brings us happiness or satisfaction.
Alcorn explains where our true happiness and satisfaction comes from…God. We are to be good stewards of everything, including money. We have nothing without God, yet we claim it all as our own. We use the phrase, “I deserve,” when in actuality we deserve nothing. All we “have” belongs to God. He graciously allows us to work for Him. “We don’t own the store. We just work here.”
Alcorn presents his message is an easy-to-understand, simple manner. This should be required reading for all Christians.