Faith’s Checkbook

January 22
Christian Liberality
Blessed is he that considereth the poor: the Lord will deliver him in time of trouble. (Psalm 41:1)

To think about the poor and let them lie in our hearts is a Christian man’s duty; for Jesus put them
with us and near us when He said, “The poor ye have always with you.”
Many give their money to the poor in a hurry, without thought; and many more give nothing at all. This
precious promise belongs to those who “consider” the poor, look into their case, devise plans for their
benefit, and considerately carry them out. We can do more by care than by cash, and most with two
together. To those who consider the poor, the Lord promises His own consideration in times of
distress. He will bring us out of trouble if we help others when they are in trouble. We shall receive
very singular providential help if the Lord sees that we try to provide for others. We shall have a time
of trouble, however generous we may be; but if we are charitable, we may put in a claim for peculiar
deliverance, and the Lord will not deny His own word and bond. Miserly curmudgeons may help
themselves, but considerate and generous believers the Lord will help. As you have done unto
others, so will the Lord do unto you. Empty your pockets.

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