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8 tithing, things began to change, doors began to open. Before long, he was blessed with an abundance of income. 4 Give Joyfully “God loves a cheerful giver,” declares the apostle (2 Corinthians 9:7). Be certain that your giving is done in the right spirit. Rather than thinking of giving as “What can I spare?” shift to the positive tone, “What can I share?” Many years ago Pastor Norman Vincent Peale, pastor of Marble Collegiate Church in New York City, was giving a speech at a Rotary convention. A man came up to the head table, asking if he could show Pastor Peale his income tax returns for the previous three years. “The first one I looked at was a net of $85,000. The next one was $165,000. And the net for the third was $424,000,” Dr. Peale recalled. “What are you going to do this year?” he asked the man. “It will be bigger,” was the reply. Then, Pastor Peale asked the man why he was sharing his tax returns. The man explained to Pastor Peale he had been born into the “worst kind of poverty and hated it.” A teacher gave the man one of Pastor Peale’s books. As a result

of reading it, the man became a committed Christian, graduated from college and began to enjoy financial success. As his income grew, the man had a spiritual insight: “I must not dedicate myself to making money. So what I’ve done is to take enough to keep my family in good circumstances, and then I’m giving the rest of my money to help needy people, to help good enterprises,” he said joyfully. In thinking back over that encounter, Pastor Peale says: “There is a man who is going to live a great life, because… he knows that making money just to make money is unworthy, but making money to help other people is an act of God.” 5 Develop a Spirituality of Money Money, in itself, is neither good nor bad. It is the misuse and abuse which creates problems. That is why the Bible notes: “For the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil, for which some have strayed from the faith in their greediness, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows” (1 Timothy 6:10). Maintaining a healthy attitude toward money can go a long ways to establishing proper priorities and use for that money. In his book, Secular 9

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