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Money is not the issue. Encountering the God of the open hand is the issue. Understanding that our lives are on loan from God to be invested for God's purposes is the issue. Desiring to be a faithful steward with all we've received is the issue. The spiritual wisdom of first giving ourselves to the Lord is the issue. Sorting out to whom we ultimately belong is the issue. Once we get all this straightened out, there will more than enough money to do the work of Christ.
- Bruce Sanguin
Tony Blair professes that faith is what gives meaning to the lives of billions, and he passionately believes that the world would be a better place if people of faith harnessed their talents together in aid of the common good. He stated: "Without spiritual values, there is an emptiness that cannot be filled by material goods and wealth."
From Time, June 9, 2008, "Tony Blair
Leap of Faith," by Michael Elliott, p. 36.
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There is nothing you can do to make God love you less."
--Philip Yancey, "What's So Amazing About Grace"
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