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Be Honest—The Story of Ananias and Sapphira

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Announcements Forums Man – March 5th, 2017 Be Honest—The Story of Ananias and Sapphira

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    I found commentary about Ananias and Sapphire on in which the last paragraph was particularly good. I read it in Bible Study this morning and was asked to post it here.

    “A penetrating question lingers in our minds after we have drawn the curtain on the life of Ananias and Sapphira. Which is really more important to us—to maintain the appearance of spirituality, or genuinely to be what God wants us to be? Cultivating the appearance alone leads to death—death to further spiritual growth, death to usefulness in the family of God, and death to a growing relationship with each other as husbands and wives. But the Spirit of God can use an honest openness, on the other hand, to produce in us the life of Christ, and that means abundant life, abiding joy, and abounding blessing.”

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