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  • by Darris McNeely

We have a responsibility to care for the poor, the widows, and the orphans,...

  • by United Church of God
We should never associate wealth with faith in Jesus Christ. Wealth does not in and of itself deserve honor. We must never show favoritism.
  • by United Church of God
God leaves humanity free to act and think, which creates problems. Poverty is one of those problems. Yet, this freedom also provides the best possible environment for our Creator to see the truth about what is in your heart. And, if you are willing, to teach you valuable lessons about generosity, personal integrity and compassion.
  • by R. J'Non Whitlark
The subject of money and finances can be uncomfortable to discuss. What is our responsibility to each other in the Church in this regard and what did Jesus mean when He said, "The poor shall be with you always"?
  • by United Church of God
“You have the poor with you always,” Jesus said (Mark 14:7). Being poor is not a sin, and it not always the fault of the one who is poor.
  • by Jack Elliott
Whether wealthy elite or ragged vagabond, without Christ in us we are but man.