I challenge you to consider increasing your monthly gift to your church or another organization you have supported through prayer. I challenge you also to continue reading this article.
If you are like 76% percent of Americans you are living Pay-Check to Pay-Check. One of the reasons for this by some experts is that the majority of us are paying the bills of others. Either our children who are away at college or our elderly parents who can no longer care for themselves as they once did.
There are some too who are like myself, the average joe. We live a very busy lifestyle and, therefore, are likely to pay a little extra for those convenience items. You know what I am talking about; the fast food stop, bagging and loading of groceries, an oil change at a local quick-lube place, and on and on.
What if you looked back over the last few months and identified where you spent every penny (no seriously, look at every penny you spent). Could I propose to you, that you likely spent an extra $30 or more each month that you otherwise could have saved or given back to the Lord's church?
Luke 12:34 is often taken and used out of context, or else made to fit a point a pastor wants to get across to encourage a people to give more to the offering. There is, however, some truth aspects to this verse in that; your heart is focused on or where you spend your money. In other words, if your pocket book is not hurting, then you likely are not contemplating where your money is or has gone.
So let me challenge you to again, prayerfully consider the disposable income you likely have in your pay-check to pay-check budget. Could it be, you have an extra $30 a month? Would you be interested in making an investment that would have eternal value? Give the extra back to the Kingdom today.
You can make a significant impact today simply with $30. Sign Up to have a SAFE and SECURE automatic transfer come out of your account monthly, on behalf of the children in Lancaster County, NE through Child Evangelism Fellowship of the Lincoln Chapter. Click Here or the campaign picture today!