The Offering as an Act of Worship
The Offering as an Act of Worship
Philippians 4
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Sunday School,  July 11, 2010

This lesson demonstrates that there is a New Testament pattern for giving in assemblies, and it is proper both to give to those believers who have financial needs inside and outside the assembly and to support those who labor in gospel ministry. We also saw the theological reasons for giving, because Jesus Christ is Lord (and Lord of our checkbook), because Christ himself is an unspeakable gift, because God delights in generous Christians, and because God uses generous giving to work graciously in others.

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