Lotteries feed bad desires and lead to bad stewardship.
Three reasons why you should resist playing the lottery.
Seven things about your money to think and pray over.
Why Christians should never knowingly take money won by gambling.
A bad eye is one that can't see that mercy is more precious than money.
The desire to be rich is suicidal. Endorsing it by encouraging gambling is cruel.
If your emotions are drawn more by material things than by Christ then you probably aren't seeing the beauty of grace.
The radical nature of what we are called to spread profoundly shapes the way we spread it.
In his spite for Christ, Hughes issues a caution it is important to hear.
How do we reconcile "do not let your left hand know what your right hand is doing" with "let your light shine before others"?
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