- If it is free it is too good to be true!
- There are no free lunches.
- No strings attached.
- Nothing in life is free.
- An offer that good must have a gimmick in it somewhere.
Why do people think that a free gift is somehow a gimmick or ploy? Why are we reluctant to accept something which is free? This reluctance can rob us of the very thing that was meant for our good or benefit.
A gracious gift is given with a desire to bless another. A gracious gift must be received by a gracious receiver. Why is it so hard just saying "thank you?" Receiving graciously is an act of trust. We trust the one giving the gift. We trust that their motive for giving is pure. We learn to trust God and God is a gracious giver. God teaches us to become gracious givers and receivers.
For by grace are you saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God. Ephesians 2:8
I believe the Lord has led me to freely give a gift to pastors during this Christmas season. I truly desire to bless pastors and that is why I want to give my new audiobook to them. This gift is given with no gimmicks or strings attached. My only request is that pastors receive it.
Please send me an email with your name and address to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send it the same day. I do this because God has freely blessed me! Thank you in advance for allowing me to sow into your life.