What Does God Expect From Me?
If you desire Divine Christian Integrity
that will find favor with and touch the heart of
God, then align your passions with the passions
of Christ--devoting an equitable amount of your finances
and time (or more) to orphans, widows, children, the
poor, the needy, the sick and sinners.
"Jesus said, 'He that hath two coats, let him impart to
him that hath none; and he that hath meat, let him do
"If anyone has material possessions and sees his brother
in need but has no pity on him, how can the love of God
be in him? Dear children, let us not love with words or
tongue but with action and in truth."
1 John 3:17-18
“Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and
faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in
their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted
by the world.”
“Suppose a brother or sister is without clothes or daily
food. If one says to him, ‘Go, I wish you well; keep
warm and well fed,’ but does nothing about his physical
needs, what good is it?"
James 2: 15-16
It is likely that no teaching of Christ and of his
disciples is more violated among wealthy nations than
this one. Join us to make a global paradigm shift.
The coming and birth of Jesus Christ embodies
and promotes a divine paradigm shift that was to
redirect humanity onto a new path; a path of humility
and servitude; a path of action that reaches out
to sinners, to help the poor, the needy and the sick
(Matt. 20:26-28; 9:12). This new path of humility and
servitude is defined as greatness (Luke 9:48);
conversely, the pursuit of wealth, power and prestige is
not only carnal but a path that will end in emptiness
(Luke 1:51-53; 12:15-21). Notwithstanding, if wealth
and power is or has been acquired it is to be used for
the benefit of and given to the poor and needy, that
is, if perfection is to be acquired (Matt. 19:21).
However, giving must be done with humility, even
secretly (Matt. 6:1-4). But don't worry, because Jesus
does observe your giving from an equitable perspective
(Mark 12:41-44) and HE will reward you. Somehow, the
bulk of the Christian community has forgotten this
Christly teaching--but together we can change this and
get the Church (the body of Christ) back on the narrow
path (Matt. 7:12-27).
If you were in the shoes of your less fortunate fellow
Christians, what would you want wealthier Christians to
do for you? (Matt. 25:34-46 and Matt. 7:12) If you
can perceive this concept, you will grasp that Christ
was teaching (Matt. 7:12-27) a summary of the whole Law
and the Prophets--charitable and gracious words are not
only meaningless without aligned actions (behavior)
but determines your status in eternity.
Therefore, the responsibility of the existing Body of
Christ is two-fold. First, it is to share its spiritual
wealth--the Gospel of Hope and scriptural wisdom and
knowledge--with hungry unbelievers and believers alike.
Second, it is to share its individual and
collective non-spiritual wealth with less fortunate
members of the Body of Christ via collections,
distributions and sharing. [Remember, a person's wealth
is not solely comprised of money earned or saved,
but also includes his/her knowledge, possessions,
skills, and so on]. To avoid neglecting the ministry of
God's word, the Apostles delegated this social church
responsibility to Godly men equipped with the talents
and skills to do so. This duty was not assigned to the
Preachers, per se, but to gifted and Godly
ecclesiastical administrators. This is where WCMA comes
in--Godly ecclesiastical administrators of this modern
Apostolic Church of Faith
Winter Park, Florida
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