Are you looking for the best alternative gift ideas this Christmas?
There are 6 Fridays before Christmas. Have you started your Christmas gift shopping? Take a moment to consider giving gifts from the heart. Being generous is taking a step beyond yourself. Because you do something that you want to do. Beneficial to another. Reaping limitless benefits. Making you feel better about yourself. And happier too.
Though your gift may seem small. The impact will be priceless. That can assist someone with so much more than you have or expect.
Consider the case for being generous with these 4 principles
- God opens the eyes of the blind and fully restores those bent over. He loves those who love and honour Him. (Psalms 146:8)
- Be generous to the poor, for you lend to God, and He will repay you for your deed. (Proverbs 19:17)
- Do not neglect to do good and to share what you have, for such sacrifices are pleasing to God. (Hebrews 13:16)
- Give as you have decided in your heart, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a contented giver. (2 Corinthians 9:7)
CBM UK is part of the global Christian Blind Mission Federation. Their exceptional work takes place in over 60 countries. To transform the lives of people with disabilities. Their families and communities. In the world’s poorest places.
Information from 2016 of their outstanding achievements include 8.2 million people being protected from blinding diseases. Approximately 60,000 disabled children were able to attend school. And over 400,000 people had their sight restored due to life-changing cataract surgery.
Support many transformative projects that will assist. And inspire many people and families. To better their lives. To achieve their full potential. Outlined are 8 of my favourite Christmas gift ideas below.
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This page does not contain any affiliate links. All gifts that you purchase and the proceeds will go direct to CBM UK. In support of this amazing charity that transforms the lives of millions living with disability. Including their outstanding work carried out in some of the poorest countries in the world to restore the sight of millions. Give joy this Christmas!