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Taken from Kingdom Ethic’s (Stassen and Gushee), page 414:

…the follower of Jesus is overjoyed at the opportunity to participate in the kingdom’s dynamic advance in every area, economic life included. Living simply, not hoarding wealth for ourselves and trusting God to meet our basic material needs are practices that free us to offer generosity to and seek justice for and with the poor and hungry and, in general, to follow Jesus. Finally, in turning our hearts and eyes in this direction we ourselves enjoy the added benefit of a remarkable personal liberation that yanks us free from greed, acquisitiveness and a fruitless worry over treasures that will all too soon pass away.

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