This is a true story from the Bible about a woman who got out of debt. Look at what she did-she started with what she had. You can too. She had nothing at all worth money except some cooking oil, but she turned it into enough money to get out of debt. Here is what happened…

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I believe that Christians should be the happiest, most joyful people, do you agree?

We know God controls everything. Example, in the book of Job –God had to say yes or no, to give permission to Satan to do bad things to Job when Satan came to test Job. God allows some bad things to happen to us, but he won’t allow more than we can bear. I have come to believe that most of our difficulties are due to our own lack of faith or hard work.

Complaining ruins happiness and causes sadness in ourselves and others. Continue Reading…


Christians should be the happiest people. Do you agree? Many people stay away from Christianity because they think they will have to quit having fun, but I think Christians have the most real fun compared to other people. Why is that?  Continue Reading…


Christians should be the happiest people. Many people stay away from Christianity because they think they will have to quit having fun, but I think Christians have the most real fun compared to other people. There is a lot of fun that is self-destructive like doing illegal drugs, immoral sex, drunkenness, bitterness, revenge, lack of forgiveness, complaining, gossip etc. These things don’t bring real happiness, only a temporary pleasure that ends up causing problems. I have known and read about many people who have ruined their lives with these things. On the other hand, I know many people who have a happy, victorious life because they have the discipline to avoid self-destructive habits. Continue Reading…


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Dr. Paul Yonggi Cho encountered something amazing at his church in South Korea some years ago. As he tells it, a woman came forward during offering time carrying her rice bowl and boldly put it on the altar. Dr. Cho knew that rice bowl could mean the difference between eating and starving for someone as poor as she was, so he tried to give it back to her.
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“Who do you think you are to interfere with my offering?” she said. “This rice bowl is mine, and I’ll do with it whatever God tells me.”
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As Dr. Cho stepped aside, properly chastened by her rebuke (“I needed it!” he said later), a wealthy man in the congregation jumped out of his seat and ran up to the woman. He’d been watching her, and through her giving she’d taught him something that changed his life. “The Lord just told me to pay you $35,000 for that rice bowl,” he said to her.
“OK,” she replied.