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6 discover that their gifts not only bless others but they themselves have more. Consider the example cited by Dr. Robert Schuller. He says that even people on limited, restricted incomes ought to live by the principle of tithing. He cites the case of his mother. In the years before her death, she was living on a total annual gross income of a little under $3,000. Yet every year she wrote a check for $300 to support Dr. Schuller’s ministry. “I would get a check for that amount each year around Thanksgiving. She lived on the balance of $2,700 during the remainder of the year. But somehow she always managed to have a little something to send the grandchildren each year at Christmas.” She also sent cash gifts to the grandchildren each year on their birthdays. “She managed to maintain her two-story house. When my mother passed away, she left an inheritance that surprised all the children, including myself. Truly, nobody has a money problem—it’s a management problem,” Dr. Schuller says. 3 Give and You Will Receive As we share of our abundance, the Bible also makes clear that even more blessings

will come our way as a result of our generosity. Jesus says, “Give, and it will be given to you: good measure, pressed down, shaken together, and running over will be put into your bosom. For with the same measure that you use, it will be measured back to you” (Luke 6:38). Similarly, Paul teaches: “But this I say: He who sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and he who sows bountifully will also reap bountifully” (2 Corinthians 9:6). One who discovered the truth of the principle of giving and receiving, sowing and reaping, is Paul J. Meyer. Shortly after World War II, he went into sales and by age twenty-seven had acquired a personal net worth of $1,000,000. That year he began to tithe his income. His faith was severely tested because six months after he began tithing, he lost 90 percent of his net worth due to a business fiasco that he was not responsible for. In spite of his reversal of fortune, he continued to tithe. “The Bible does not say anything about bringing the tithe ‘when you can afford it’ or paying it ‘with whatever is left over,’” he says. “Paying the tithe is simply a principle of stewardship, whether you have a lot of money or not.” As Meyer continued to be faithful in 7

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