cheerful giver

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Money, you see, meant so much to her, though even at her poorest she was the most cheerful giver.
Here was another chance for developer Gary Frisby, with his dream of a church for the colonia on the land he had already set aside, to be the cheerful giver.
A sure way to overcome the world is to live for God 24/7, be able to put in an honest day's work for money that provides a healthy and comfortable life for our self and our family and to pay our taxes without complaint and become a cheerful giver.
Tom also read 2 Corinthians 9 verses 6-15 - Sowing generously - God loves a cheerful giver.
Cheerful Giver has been used as a pacemaker of late and he should appreciate the drop in class and land the claimer for Jim Bolger and Kevin Manning.
He runs Parish Hall and Cheerful Giver RIVIERA POET, spoken of in glowing terms by trainer Dermot Weld after his maiden win at the Galway festival last month, faces a Stakes.
Give; not grudgingly, or of necessity; for God loveth a cheerful giver - thanks be unto God for his unspeakable gift.
We give often with heavy hearts, not at all in line with that notion that God loves a cheerful giver.
I honestly believe that the reasons my finances began to grow was because of great discipline and being a faithful steward in the house of God as a tither and a cheerful giver," she says.
Each one must do as he (she) has made up his (her) mind, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.
He has appealed to the St Nicolas church membership who give by covenant or pledge to respond to the church's Cheerful Giver campaign launched earlier in the year.
Several of the children acted out various humorous sketches, poems, and the bible reading from 2 Chronicles 9 verses 6-15 - God loves a cheerful giver - was read by Rosie and Janie Bamforth.