Tag Archives: generosity

Love Sacrifices for Others

Love is never mediocre, but extreme.    It is willing to pay the greatest cost and carry the heaviest burdens – without anyone ever knowing about it.    If there is no sacrifice, there is no love. That’s why many bail out … Continue reading

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Love is Unselfish

My upbringing was very simple.   We were very common people.  Our clothing was simple…our house was simple…our car was simple.    I never thought anything about it until I got older and had my own family about the simplicity of my … Continue reading

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Kindness is Seen in Meeting Practical Needs

Kindness does little things to meet practical needs.   It is thoughtful, caring and acts without thought of being recognized.    The need is motivation enough to get involved. There is a great example of this in the Bible.   After being in … Continue reading

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Things I Learned from My Mom – Generosity

As I have grown older I am more grateful for my parents.   They are more wise and far more sacrificial than I ever realized as a youngster.    Perspective will do that for you.   So will raising your own children. God … Continue reading

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Things I Learned from My Dad – Generosity

I am hesitant to include this post because in recording events from the life of my Dad from which I learned it seems to assume that I think that I am a generous person.   A better way to express it … Continue reading

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