Christmas | Giving | Stewardship

“Clouds and gusts and yet no rain, such is the man whose promises are princely but never kept” (Proverbs 25:14).

Early one December, members of a Bible Class at a large private, religiously oriented

University began preparing for their annual Christmas party. One student suggested that perhaps they could do something more worthwhile by restoring the custom of adopting a needy family — buying them clothes, food, whatever they needed — and delivering the stuff on Christmas day. At first it seemed like a good idea and the students began looking for the daily newspaper which always ran a list of needy families at Christmas time. “Not so fast,” piped up one of the students. “Christmas baskets went out with…

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