What happens if we take Jesus at his word: “Blessed are the poor?” If we don’t subconsciously add “in spirit?”
For Jesus the way the disciples (and the way we) have been taught relationship is problematic. The way we have been taught to compete and to count insiders and outsiders, it won’t work if you want to follow Jesus. It won’t work if you want to do something about climate change.
This week, I want to look at two more facets of God’s economics. These two are pretty intimately linked. This morning I want to talk about economic perspective and the practice of generosity.