_ 011814 Giving

Today we will feast on the truth about giving and receiving. Some of us have a problem with both. Let the scripture break the stronghold you may have in theses areas.

Today’s Prayer

Father, Help us be strong and courageous. Empower, lift up, and encourage us that we will not be terrified of any thing, person nor circumstance, neither let us be discouraged, for You, the Lord our GOD will be with us wherever we go. No matter what we face today, we know that You are with us and Your Holy Spirit lives within us and has sealed us unto the day of redemption. We know that the blood of JESUS has covered our sin and washed us white as snow, that we may be righteous in Him and live unto Him. We praise You and thank You Lord Almighty for Your strength, power, grace, mercy, and love. May You be glorified in all the earth, and through our lives. In JESUS’ name we pray, Amen.


Let’s eat.

Rich, Poverty, Riches

2 Corinthians 9:6-10

6.  But remember this–if you give little, you will get little. A farmer who plants just a few seeds will get only a small crop, but if he plants much, he will reap much. 7.  Every one must make up his own mind as to how much he should give. Don’t force anyone to give more than he really wants to, for cheerful givers are the ones God prizes. 8.  God is able to make it up to you by giving you everything you need and more, so that there will not only be enough for your own needs, but plenty left over to give joyfully to others. 9.  It is as the Scriptures say: “The godly man gives generously to the poor. His good deeds will be an honor to him forever.”

 10. For God, who gives seed to the farmer to plant, and later on, good crops to harvest and eat, will give you more and more seed to plant and will make it grow so that you can give away more and more fruit from your harvest.

A Glorious Fact – “He was rich”

A Great Surrender – “He became poor for our sakes”

A Grand Result – “That we might become rich”


Quote of the Day

Some years ago I saw how a simple countryman was being shown a red glass bottle filled with milk. They asked him what was in the bottle. He said: ‘Wine, brandy, whisky.’ He could not believe that it was filled with milk until he saw the milk being poured out from it, because he could not see the white color of the milk flowing to the redness of the glass. So it is with the Person of the Savior. He became Man and His Godhead was hidden in His Humanity. People saw Him tired hungry and thirsty, and they said: ‘If He is God, why is He tired, hungry and thirsty, and why does He pray to God?’ They saw only His human side, and could not believe that He was really divine. But those who followed Him and lived with Him knew that He was more than human and that He was God. ~Sadhu Sundar Singh~





Written by Glenn Sterrett, Founder and CEO of the GCKRS™ Helping Hand Foundation.

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