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Stand in the River of Grace

As we receive God's many blessings, we should pass them along to others in generosity.

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Introduction

I. Jesus is our role model.

II. Our motivation is love.

III. Our goal is to excel.

IV. Four steps to generosity

Conclusion

Jim Nicodem is founder and pastor of Christ Community Church in St. Charles, Illinois.

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Gary Preston

May 26, 2016  9:05am

Decent sermon on giving, though it has a predictable ending...tithe!

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