“Don’t marry the person you think you can live with; marry only the individual you think you can’t live without.”
Monthly Archive: May 2013
Understanding this biblical truth, that to have food and clothing was enough for Paul and the early church, we have to stop and ask ourselves: will it be enough for me?
Even if you do find yourself with great riches, the greater thing, literally “the greatest gain” is to be content with whatever you have. It frees you to give away what was never yours in the first place.
We have been blessed so much by the generous giving of others, and God’s faithful provision. But after reading Jeff Anderson’s book, Plastic Donuts, Giving that Delights the Heart of the Father, I have to wonder: Does my giving delight God in the same way, or is it merely my attempt to satisfy some legalistic requirement?
The reality is, to provide great guest service, saying Yes! is more than just what we say, it also comes through in our attitudes and postures. So here are three ways to say Yes! with our body language and attitudes.