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Our God is a generous God and He created us in His image and likeness. That means if He’s generous, so should we! So, YES, He expects us to be as generous as Him, especially to the poor and needy. He expects generosity to be in the hearts and minds of Christians.

In this episode: Alex Cook, CEO of ChristianWealth.com joins Finance Matters at 99.7 with host Wayne Hindson.

Episode 170 of the ChristianWealth Podcast.

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