The Bible clearly shows that givers are very special to God and this is why you must be a consistent giver. God is unwilling to abandon a cheerful giver. In other words, God would always locate such a man or woman, and intervene in any situation that concerns such a person. The Bible records that one day, the elders of the Jews pleaded with Jesus to heal the sick servant of a Roman centurion (Luke 7). Ordinarily, the Jews shouldn’t have had anything to do with this Roman centurion because he was a Gentile. But they besought the Lord on his behalf because the man was a giver (Luke 7:4-5).
Jesus followed them immediately He heard all he had done. Givers will always move the heart of God. Peter had a similar experience in Joppa (Acts 9). A certain woman called Dorcas had died, and the Bible says that this woman was full of good works and alms deeds which she did (Acts 9:36).
In other words, she was a generous giver. When Peter arrived there, they showed him all the wonderful things she had done and immediately his faith was stirred. Guess what: he raised her from the dead, even though nobody asked him to; her generous heart stirred the anointing even in her death. Connect to the anointing through your giving. God is stirred by people’s giving more than by their need or complaints. Commit yourself to consistent giving to the Kingdom; it’s for your own blessing. You can put this to work today, and receive an answer that you’ve long been expecting.
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