From: Debbie Mann (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jun 27 2003 - 20:49:00 EDT
It's a paradox - isn't it? If one quits dwelling on the material things one
is after and gets one's focus on God - then God will respond with the things
for which one no longer has a great desire. Cast your bread upon the waters.
Give and it shall be given unto you. All seeming paradoxes.
And others see what they want and come to look closer, and hopefully find
the real treasure which moth and rust cannot destroy.
So, is that bait and switch?
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Behalf Of Richard McGough
Sent: Friday, June 27, 2003 11:19 AM
Subject: RE: Concordist sequence--why be a concordist? (off list)
>Get the focus, get the abundance. God wants us to
>be good witnesses. When people see us with what
>they want, they are a lot more likely to come to
How can people come to Christ for _things_ they desire when the Gospel
declares that we need to deny ourselves, our desires, and our things to come
It seems the prosperity message flatly contradicts the plain message of the
Gospel. Have I missed something?
Richard A. McGough
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