Good Wednesday Morning! 3/24/21

Good morning rich one. Jesus became poor on the Cross so that you, through him might be rich. See below.

2Co 8:9  For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though He was rich, yet for your sakes He became poor, that you through His poverty might become rich.
2Co 8:10  And in this I give advice: It is to your advantage not only to be doing what you began and were desiring to do a year ago;
2Co 8:11  but now you also must complete the doing of it; that as there was a readiness to desire it, so there also may be a completion out of what you have.
2Co 8:12  For if there is first a willing mind, it is accepted according to what one has, and not according to what he does not have.
2Co 8:13  For I do not mean that others should be eased and you burdened;
2Co 8:14  but by an equality, that now at this time your abundance may supply their lack, that their abundance also may supply your lack—that there may be equality.
2Co 8:15  As it is written, “HE WHO GATHERED MUCH HAD NOTHING LEFT OVER, AND HE WHO GATHERED LITTLE HAD NO LACK.”


2 Corinthians 8:1-15
STIMULATING TO LIBERALITY
Surely the plea for a generous gift of money toward the collection which Paul was making for the poor saints in Jerusalem, could not have been more tenderly and convincingly urged than it is urged here. He begins by mentioning the generosity of the Christians in Philippi, Thessalonica, and Berea, who were very poor, the inference being that the wealthier Corinthians would make similar sacrifices. He quotes the example of the Lord Jesus, who made Himself poor that they might be enriched and who for nineteen centuries since has had the joy of enriching myriads of souls. Paul reminds the Corinthians that a year ago they had resolved to make this gift. Finally he sketches his fair dream of reciprocity between church and church, so that wherever there was need the supplies of Christian benevolence should flow forth to meet it.
Notice, then, that Christian liberality originates in the grace of God, ministers abundant joy to those who give, is not staunched by deep poverty, begins with the consecration of the giver’s soul to God, and does not wait to be entreated, because it demands the privilege of ministering thus to the lack of Christ’s body.
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“God didn’t give you diddly squat!” https://anchor.fm/…/God-didnt-tell-you-diddly-squat-et5ahp

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