Charity—A Repost of one of my best blog posts

Ok. I’ll confess this right out—I’m a spoiled brat. I don’t donate to charity and I’m often “I want what I want and I don’t care about you!!!” I especially was this way before I got saved. So today I’m going to first post some Scripture on the importance of charity an good works, and show you how you can contribute to charity for little or no cost!!!

(NET) Acts 10:31 and said, ‘Cornelius, your prayer has been heard and your acts of charity have been remembered before God. (Our charitable acts will be remembered before God!!!)

1. Spare change—Find a penny on the ground? Pick it up. Put it in your pocket. Some places have little jars where you cam donate to charity—if it’s a charity you have prayerfully decided (even a quick prayer on the spot) that God would want you to donate to, then drop it in the jar. If not, start a jar at home! Label it for your charity of choice, yes for your charity, and when it gets enough in there where it’s worth donating, donate!!! Tip: A savings account, if legal and available, may actually do more good if it has. A decent interest rate, and with the interest, you’ll make those rich bankers unintentionally cough up some money out of their wallets to donate to your charity!

2. Causes.org—The site is 13+, but here, you can search up many good causes. You can donate money, and you used to be able to donate time as well (though you can on some charities.) Also, if you’re willing to make self-sacrifice on presents you can make a Birthday Wish to raise money for a charity of your choice!

3. Change.org—Here, you cam sign petitions for change. I think you have to be thirteen or older, but here you cam sign petitions for change!

4. Volunteer—I’ve never done this in my life but I really want to!

I’m sure there are many other ways but I guess God will lead you to whatever He chooses to lead you to! God bless!

Going ‘Easy’ With God

I bet you don’t know what I’m talking about.
I’ll show you.
You know what ‘going steady’ is, right? I can’t describe it (because I’d have no clue what I’m talking about), but in the sense most think of, that is NOT what I meant. By steady, I meant continual and constant.
I also need to take it easy. When I went into Christianity the first time, I got burned out from the massive legalism I subjected myself to. Let me tell you this—it don’t work. So to keep from being burnt out, I need to go into this slowly.

So guys, please comment with some Scriptures that will help and encourage me on my new spiritual journey. God bless and Jesus loves you.

How you can be charitable at little or NO COST!!!

Ok. I’ll confess this right out—I’m a spoiled brat. I don’t donate to charity and I’m often “I want what I want and I don’t care about you!!!” I especially was this way before I got saved. So today I’m going to first post some Scripture on the importance of charity an good works, and show you how you can contribute to charity for little or no cost!!!

(NET) Acts 10:31 and said, ‘Cornelius, your prayer has been heard and your acts of charity have been remembered before God. (Our charitable acts will be remembered before God!!!)

1. Spare change—Find a penny on the ground? Pick it up. Put it in your pocket. Some places have little jars where you cam donate to charity—if it’s a charity you have prayerfully decided (even a quick prayer on the spot) that God would want you to donate to, then drop it in the jar. If not, start a jar at home! Label it for your charity of choice, yes for your charity, and when it gets enough in there where it’s worth donating, donate!!! Tip: A savings account, if legal and available, may actually do more good if it has. A decent interest rate, and with the interest, you’ll make those rich bankers unintentionally cough up some money out of their wallets to donate to your charity!

2. Causes.org—The site is 13+, but here, you can search up many good causes. You can donate money, but what I like is that you can donate a minute—usually by playing a game or watching an ad. Each activity usually only gives ten cents, but it can add up fast and it’s at least something. Also, if you’re willing to make self-sacrifice on presents you can make a Birthday Wish to raise money for a charity of your choice!

3. Change.org—Here, you cam sign petitions for change. I think you have to be thirteen or older, but here you cam sign petitions for change!

4. Volunteer—I’ve never done this in my life but I really want to!

I’m sure there are many other ways but I guess God will lead you to whatever He chooses to lead you to! God bless!