Randy Alcorn Quotes

Randy Alcorn Quotes: Ironically, many people can't afford to give precisely because they're not giving. If we pay our debt to God first, then we will incur His blessing to help us pay our debts to men. But when we rob God to pay men, we rob ourselves of God's blessing.
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Randy Alcorn Quote: Giving is the safety valve that releases the excess pressure of wealth.
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Quotes about Randy Alcorn: Shouldn't we suppose that many of our most painful ordeals will look quite different a million years from now, as we recall them on the New Earth? What if one day we discover that God has wasted nothing in our life on Earth? What if we see that every agony was part of giving birth to an eternal joy?
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Quote about Randy Alcorn: Christians are God's delivery people, through whom he does his giving to a needy world. We are conduits of God's grace to others. Our eternal investment portfolio should be full of the most strategic kingdom-building projects to which we can disburse God's funds.
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Randy Alcorn Sayings: Statistics show that a soldier's chances of survival in the front lines of combat are greater than the chances of an unborn child avoiding abortion. What should be the safest place to live in America - a mother's womb - is now the most dangerous place.
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Randy Alcorn Saying: A disciple does not ask,
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Sayings about Randy Alcorn: Your children should love the Lord, work hard, and experience the joy of trusting God. More important than leaving your children an inheritance is leaving them a spiritual heritage. If you left your children money they didn't need, and if they were thinking correctly, wouldn't they give it to God anyway? Then why not give it to God yourself, since He entrusted it to you?
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Saying about Randy Alcorn: The more you give, the more comes back to you, because God is the greatest giver in the universe, and He won't let you outgive Him. Go ahead and try. See what happens.
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Randy Alcorn Quotes: If economic catastrophe does come, will it be a time that draws Christians together to share every resource we have, or will it drive us apart to hide in our own basements or mountain retreats, guarding at gunpoint our private stores from others? If we faithfully use our assets for his kingdom now, rather than hoarding them, can't we trust our faithful God to provide for us then?
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Randy Alcorn Quote: Real gold fears no fire.
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Quotes about Randy Alcorn: God loves a great story, and all of us who know Him will recall and celebrate and continue to live in that story for all eternity.
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Quote about Randy Alcorn: God doesn't look at just what we give. He also looks at what we keep.
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Randy Alcorn Sayings: The vermin explain their sin with sanctimonious language like,
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Randy Alcorn Saying: It's curious that the Church has become the most tightfisted at the very time in history when God has provided most generously. There's considerable talk about the end of the age, and many people seem to believe that Christ will return in their lifetime. But why is it that expecting Christ's return hasn't radically influenced our giving? Why is it that people who believe in the soon return of Christ are so quick to build their own financial empires--which prophecy tells us will perish--and so slow to build God's kingdom?
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Sayings about Randy Alcorn: The repentant man rightfully loses trust in himself. He recognizes his self-dependence as the source of his problems, not the solution.
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Saying about Randy Alcorn: Every kingdom work, whether publicly performed or privately endeavored, partakes of the kingdom's imperishable character. Every honest intention, every stumbling word of witness, every resistance of temptation, every motion of repentance, every gesture of concern, every routine engagement, every motion of worship, every struggle towards obedience, every mumbled prayer, everything, literally, which flows out of our faith-relationship with the Ever-Living One, will find its place in the ever-living heavenly order which will dawn at his coming.
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