“…sainthood demands courageous generosity. No one can be holy without it. But so much in our world and in our own hearts works against us learning to live that virtue. Today we live in a world that glorifies selfishness.” (1)
This idea that sacrifice is hard and unpleasant is the main reason I was drawn to Courageous Generosity. Mitch breaks up the study into eight lessons. The chapters take the reader on a journey throughout the Bible. A series of guiding questions outline each theme. Since I think a Bible study is a private endeavor, I’m not going to share my answers to the guiding questions. However, it is important to point out that this study is worthwhile and enlightening for two reasons.
First, the author emphasizes that as individuals on a faith journey, we need to have courage- “We must do what we ought in the face and in spite of our fears.” (2)
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