Give 2017-02-10T12:06:18+00:00

Our Story for Giving

There are people who will starve to death today in Africa. There are people who have to eat mud pies daily. We don’t truly understand how blessed we are. As Christians we are to feed the poor and help people who are in need. Feeding the needy is part of serving one another and as we serve others we are serving Christ. When you go to the store and you happen to see a homeless man why not buy him something to eat? Think about it we go to the store seeking to buy things we don’t need like junk food. Why not use our wealth to help someone that really needs it. Many times God will provide for people through us. Let’s all pray for more love and compassion for the needy. Let’s think of different ways to bless the poor. Let’s pray that God removes any stinginess that’s lurking in our heart. The one who is gracious to the poor lends to the Lord, and the Lord will repay him for his good deed.
Proverbs 19:17

Why Give?

Giving –sacrificial giving to be more specific- can be a hard pill to swallow, especially when we find ourselves in tough financial times. Why does God want us to give when it seems like we are fighting to cover our expenses at every turn? Or when we finally have a little extra after going through some lean times? Why does God seem to value our giving more when we have less to give (Mark 12:41-44)?

While we may question God’s specific ways at times, we can ultimately rest in the fact that he knows what is best for us. “My thoughts are nothing like your thoughts,” says the LORD. “And my ways are far beyond anything you could imagine. For just as the heavens are higher than the earth, so my ways are higher than your ways and my thoughts higher than your thoughts (Isaiah 55:8-9). Even though God’s thoughts are beyond our understanding, thankfully he often does give us a glimpse of why he does things a certain way.

Even though God’s thoughts are beyond our understanding, thankfully he often does give us a glimpse of why he does things a certain way.

When it comes to giving, God doesn’t need our money or our things. What he needs is us, and the process of giving blesses us and changes us, as well as brings him glory. Sometimes I love how God is multifaceted and synergistic, using situations in our lives for more than just one purpose. To illustrate, let’s look at some of the purposes God establishes when we obey and give.

Our Giving Changes Us

When we give, we are obeying God and doing what is uncomfortable, which helps us grow and be who God has called us to be. Abraham was willing to give his only son after God asked him to, and I believe that experience helped prepare him to be the man of faith that he was. God can do so much more through a wise, giving, mature person than a person who is overly concerned with possessions of this world. Our money and belongings can disappear or get destroyed at any time and if we place too much value on them, we will be devastated when they are gone. God wants our treasure and worth to be with those things that can never be destroyed or taken from us, namely himself and the people he has put in our lives. “Don’t store up treasures here on earth, where moths eat them and rust destroys them, and where thieves break in and steal. Store your treasures in heaven, where moths and rust cannot destroy, and thieves do not break in and steal. Wherever your treasure is, there the desires of your heart will also be” (Matthew 6:19-21).

As God changes our hearts to be more like him and or eyes to see things his way, we learn to focus on what is eternally important instead of on the temporal things of this world. Paul reminded the Corinthians to do this: “So we don’t look at the troubles we can see now; rather, we fix our gaze on things that cannot be seen. For the things we see now will soon be gone, but the things we cannot see will last forever” (2nd Corinthians 4:18). By opening our eyes to what God may be doing behind the scenes, we can step out in faith, obey when he asks us to give, and rest in his plan in the midst of unknowns and seemingly scary circumstances.

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Our Giving Brings Glory to God

Giving simply is not part of our sinful human nature. We are born looking out for our own desires and comfort. As we grow up and learn values, especially as we get to know God and submit our lives to him, he changes us to be others-minded and to trust in him to meet our needs. The fact that selfish, sinful human hearts can be changed to put others first can only be attributed to God, thus our giving gives him glory.

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one year contributed millions to feed those who could not feed themselves. He has devoted his time to go to desolated places and feed the poor as Christ commanded in His word. Modern day prophets not only speak the word of God with Accuracy and Precision but also see to the needs of those less fortunate. As a humanitarian Major 1 desires not praise for his humanitarian activities but long to do even more for those who are in need.