When we realize the vastness of our divine resources, when we acknowledge that the eternal richness of heaven is His gift to us, we won't be miserly with the things we have. On the contrary, we'll be eager and free to share. In short, we will know the joy of generosity. A generosity rooted in godly contentment also has some priceless benefits. Four come to mind as I peruse Paul's words in 1 Timothy 6.
Throughout 2009, the support of people like you has enabled us to extend our ministry reach.
Airing on more radio facilities than ever, beginning the LifeTrac ministry designed to reach 20-Something's, and a new, more user-friendly website are just a few of the ministry initiatives achieved.
It has been a great year, and a great quarter century of ministry in Canada.
Every day I listen to Insight for Living on my way to work. I start my day off feeling closer to God and it gives me things to discuss with my co-workers.
One morning my 16-year-old son, Ryan, was listening with me. The radio reception isn't always that clear and we missed one of the points that you made. I casually mentioned to Ryan that Insight for Living had podcasts so we could listen to the message again.
My husband and I operate a small dairy farm and we listen to Insight for Living almost every morning while we milk the cows. Last August our 7-year-old son was diagnosed with cancer so we don't go to church at this time to keep him from being around too many germs.
Every Sunday as a family we sit and listen to Paws & Tales for Sunday school and have been blessed to listen to the online preaching of Chuck.
Walking closely with the Lord means we must come to terms with forgiving others. Yes, must. We can't avoid or deny the fact that relationships often bring hurt and the need to forgive. Whether we have been wronged by another or the responsibility is ours, Ephesians 4:31-32 beautifully summarizes how we can have a clear conscience and be free to love and serve God with all our heart: