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Is Asking for Money a Sin..? PDF Print E-mail

James reminds us, "Ye have not, because ye ask not. Ye ask, and receive not, because ye ask amiss, that ye may consume it upon your lusts." To ask for God's blessings only to satisfy our selfish lusts is to invite condemnation. But to ask your heavenly Father to provide for you, and through you for others, is to be blessed indeed.

 

Do not ask for money. Our Lord Jesus drove the money vendors from the temple. This was the only time Jesus lost his temper. "Do not defile my Father's Temple with your money". And He drove the money vendors from the Temple.

Jesus loved the poor. He fed them, he blessed them, he cured them - yes Jesus loves the poor.

"It is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle, than for a rich man to gain heaven." 

Yet we all need money ...to make our lives right.

If you have your daily needs met, then to pray for more money...is a sin.

To pray that your life has space, because you have no money...is a prayer. 

To help others..because you have a bit of money...is a blessing.

Pass it on ...if you can.!! 

 
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