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Crazy Like Us, Part 2: The Standard American Version

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We all worry about money. What if we don't have enough? What if we lose what we have? This simple shift in perspective can free you from financial worries. — Andy Stanley #CrazyLikeUs

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You know how to give. Everyone gives something somewhere. We define our generosity by our random acts of goodness. But generosity is more than that. Generosity is the premeditated, calculated, designated emancipation of personal financial assets. When you become generous you give more, save more, and consume less. It can free you from the Great American Insanity Cycle of spending more than we make, accumulating debt, having no financial margin, worrying about money, and spending money we don’t have in order to distract ourselves from worry. 

If you think and behave like a giver, you’ll give more, consume less, and have more left over. Generous people do not assume everything they have is theirs to consume. They recognize that it all belongs to a loving heavenly Father who can be trusted to care for them. You can break the insanity by behaving like and thinking like a giver not a consumer. — Andy Stanley #CrazyLikeUs

Scripture: Luke 12:20–21 “But God said to him, ‘You fool! This very night your life will be demanded from you. Then who will get what you have prepared for yourself?’ This is how it will be with whoever stores up things for themselves but is not rich toward God.”

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