Charity - An Essential Ingredient For Earning Cash Online !

Written by Chimakuti James

Some thoughts onrepparttar impact of Charity © 2002 C.J.L.J.Rao

Many of us spend most of our time thinking on tactics and strategies to increase our earnings or income online. But, we don't spendrepparttar 127021 same amount of time thinking of giving portions of our earnings torepparttar 127022 poor and needy.

I hope you won't be surprised if I say "The More You Give offline or online, The More You Will Receive."

The Bible says "He that hath pity onrepparttar 127023 poor lendeth untorepparttar 127024 Lord; And that which he hath given will He pay him again." (Proverbs 19:17)

This means that how much ever money or goods we give torepparttar 127025 poor and needy people, that much money or goods God is going to give back to us. He will definitely repay you, maybe more than you can imagine.

The Bible says "There is that scattereth and yet increaseth; and there is that withholdeth more than is meet, but it lendeth to poverty." (Proverbs 11:24)

This means thatrepparttar 127026 person who spent his earnings on charity by giving torepparttar 127027 poor has increased his income. Onrepparttar 127028 other hand,repparttar 127029 person who kept his earnings with himself more than that was necessary to him and therefore became poor.

The Bible says "The liberal soul shall be made fat; and he that watereth shall be watered also himself." (Proverbs 11:25)

This means that everything related to a generous person shall be made fat. And, he that provides help in whatever way or kind to others shall be helped by God.

The Bible says "Honourrepparttar 127030 Lord with thy substance, and withrepparttar 127031 firstfruits of all thine increase; so shall thy barns be filled with plenty, and thy presses shall burst out with new wine." (Proverbs 3:9, 10)

This means that you have to honour God by giving your income by first sale to Him. And, you have to set apart your first increases of every venture for charitable cause. Then,repparttar 127032 All-knowing God who is watching over you allrepparttar 127033 time shall reward you with plenty of further increases in income and with more new sales.

The Bible says "Blessed is he that considerethrepparttar 127034 poor;repparttar 127035 Lord will deliver him in time of trouble. The Lord will preserve him and keep him alive; and he shall be blessed uponrepparttar 127036 earth; andrepparttar 127037 Lord will not deliver him untorepparttar 127038 will of his enemies." (Psalms 41:12)

The above verse is self-explanatory.

The Bible says "But, whosoever hathrepparttar 127039 worlds good, and seeth his brother have need, and shutteth up his bowels of compassion from him, how dwellethrepparttar 127040 love of God in him ? My little children, let us not love in word, neither in tongue; but in deed and in truth." (I John 3:17, 18).

This means that if you have enough and do not considerrepparttar 127041 poor and needy, then you do not haverepparttar 127042 love of God in you. You are loving God with mere words and not in truth.

Learn to be Content

Written by Stanley T. Crawford

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Learn to be Content By Stanley T. Crawford

In Philippians 4:10-20, Paul points out that it is important for us to learn to be content. We should be content when things go our way, as when we have much; and when things do not go our way, as when we have little (vs. 11&12). Furthermore, our focus should be on Jesus Christ asrepparttar 127020 source of our strength. This is true whether we are being blessed with riches, or we have to rely on others in our time of need (vs. 13).

Also, Paul describes how God provided for him throughrepparttar 127021 Philippians (verses 14-20). In addition, he expresses his appreciation for their support. The Philippians supported him when others did not. As in Paul’s case, we should thank those who help us in our time of need. This is especially true since we don’t always know through whom God will work in order to meet our needs. Yet, we can be sure that God will meet our needs. The key here is “needs,” and who better knows our needs than God.

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