The Paradox of Generosity

Acts 4:32-5:11  

“The more generous we are, the more happiness, health, and purpose in life we enjoy.” – The Paradox of Generosity

Discussion Questions: 

  1. What are some times when you wish you had been bolder in your life? What are some times when your faith has pushed you to take a risk? How has this message challenged you?
  2. Where in your life is generosity natural to you? Where is it more difficult? How do you respond to this call for generosity—excitement, anxiety, resentment, guilt, curiosity, other
  3. What are some ways you can be generous that do not involve money – at your church, in your neighborhood, in your family? What intentional steps do you need to take?
  4. Why does Luke give a positive and negative lesson on generosity in Acts 4:32-5:11? What lessons can we learn from Barnabas, and Ananias and Sapphira?

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