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Why It's Genius to Be Generous
The "secrets" to being financially savvy are all around us. Just go to your local bookstore to read all the books written on finances, or turn on the television or computer to see wise tips from financial experts. So the question is what is so genius about generosity? After all, our world celebrates people who have learned how to have it all. not those who have learned to give it all away.
The Bible teaches that the wisest thing we can do with our resources is to learn to invest them in His kingdom; and that becoming a generous person is the smartest way to prepare for an eternal future.
The Genius of Generosity offers fresh, thought-provoking concepts about generosity, examples of people living out the genius of generosity in real life, as well as summaries and reflection questions designed to help guide your personal reflection or small group reflection.
Don't be satisfied with earthly stock options and interest rates - learn the genius of generosity and expand your portfolio of earthly rewards!
The Genius of Generosity includes the following messages:
- Why It's Genius to Be Generous
- The Principle with Secret Power
- Why God Prospers Generous People
- How God Measure Generosity
DVD Series is excerpts of the original broadcast suitable for Bible study.
Vendor: Generous Church
Publication Date: 2011
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SallyTampa, FL4 Stars Out Of 5It's Not MineNovember 16, 2011SallyTampa, FLThis month of November, my church is investigating a different kind of stewardship; they've titled their theme, Thanks giving. <i>The Genius of Generosity</i> has been given to all small group members to read. It's a small book--only four chapters. It's coinciding with video lessons we see each Sunday.
The premise is that God owns ALL--not just the tithe. To illustrate, the author tells of his own experience as a young pastor. He met with a much older, wealthy member of the church in which he at first thought that there was little they had in common. Boy, did he find out in a fun way just how much they had alike!
I enjoyed the anecdotes included within the book, and I recommend it to anyone who might want to more fully understand giving of time, talent, and money in an interesting fashion.