I love that phrase – “Give hilariously.” No matter if it applies to time, talents or money. Give hilariously. God loves a hilarious giver. One that gives with such joy – an over the top giver and maybe even some would consider a sacrificial giver. Someone who enjoys the entire “giving” process. And someone who can’t wait for the next opportunity to give.
With all the non-profit organizations and other companies asking for money we have to wonder where to give and how often. Where our gifts will do the most good and make the most impact. How much to give. Is it enough?
Don’t be focused on the size of the gift, but the condition of the heart.
Become a hilarious giver. God smiles when you do so! Thanks again for all you have so generously and hilariously given to Trinity’s Angels. You are making a difference.
Have fun giving,
Welllllll—this was a refreshing check in to your blog. For some reason it has not been coming in when I have checked it and now my mind and heart are honkeyest. Ray resembles Mens Bobpy and smile somewhat like Vas. Actually he looks New York Armenian. Amazing that he doesn’t speak Spanish–but GOD knows how to do that to people and allows them to communicate–absolutely Amazing FATHER we have. I am so happy that you are following HIS path—HE does provide just as HE says in the BIBLE–and still some people doubt the BIBLE–are they nuts?
It always stuns me that a weeked at TRES DIAS several years ago has brought you so far, but then You were my gift from GOD–a prayer that was answered in 1957. HE has great things in store for your life and all the stuff you have been through was just the lessons you needed to be where you are today. Do you think I am typing this by myself—think again–my fingers work beautifully when I need to convey a message that GOD takes away the pain.
STEPH, I love you beyond belief that one could love so deeply–but GOD gives and how can you not love what GOD gives. May HE keep you well and follow wherever HE needs to place you—–and you know that if it is for HIM, He will provide what you need.
Okay, time to get ready for work–and take a shower so the tears don’t stain.