Luke 6:38 says,“Give and (gifts shall be given to you), good measure, pressed down, shaken together, and running over, will they pour into your bosom. For with what measure you deal out, it will be measured back to you.“
(Shash Grewal(Shashwati) is a “Scriptural Motivational Writer, who explain’s life’s, common principles, in a very lucid manner so that the younger generation can relate to the solutions, She offers through her writing, to all the problems they face on a daily basis.)
(Shash Grewal(Shashwati) is a scriptural Motivational Writer, Scriptural Motivational Speaker, Spiritual Teacher, Preacher and an Evangelist.)
If you have some extra, that you can share, please share with the ones who do not have enough. Trust me, it gives great joy. It make you feel that Lord is using you as His vessel for blessing others
How blessed and fortunate those are, who have something to share.
(Shash Grewal(Shashwati) is an enlightened writer and composer, who writes love saga of her Lord Jesus and herself.)
In a world where you do not know what is truth and what is a lie, we all are a bit sceptical about extending help, since at the back of our minds, we always wonder if it reached the ones you sent it for. I always had doubts all these years, whether my generosity is actually helping the right candidate or not. But few years back, Lord brought me to the realisation, that if I want to help someone, and in faith I am sending the help through someone, I am doing it for my Lord. And if it’s not reaching the right place, then the ones fooling around with it, are the ones to be held responsible, ‘not in front of me, but in front of my LORD!’ So why am I bothered. Let me still faithfully extend help. But It’s always good to reach out personally if it’s in our capacity.
Deuteronomy 15:11, “There will always be poor people in the land. Therefore I command you to be open handed toward fellow Israelites (symbolic of people in need in the land we are dwelling or wherever Spirit of God leads us to help) who are poor and needy in your land. “
We should also teach our younger generations (kids and siblings) to be generous whenever or wherever they can. It’s not the amount ( how big or small), neither always money. It’s the heart that matters. And it can be our money, energy or time or with whatever we can extend our help to people in need.
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