Thursday, February 16
Why Giving and Generosity?
One gives freely, yet grows all the richer; another withholds what he should give, and only suffers want. —Proverbs 11:24
The effects of acting miserly are counterintuitive: the more you hoard, the more you will experience need. Yet those who give freely have plenty. These economics only make sense in light of God’s involvement. Withholding the resources the Lord has given to you turns your money into an idol, one that does nothing but offer anxiety and need.
Break me of my selfishness. Give me Your eyes to see the need of others and Your heart to grasp their great value to You. Through the power of the Holy Spirit, conform my view of finances with that of Jesus. Amen.
How you steward your finances is important to God. Introduce the topic in your morning prayer. Begin your day by asking for God’s wisdom as to how you might use your finances to bless others.
FROM PASTOR CONNOR BALES
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