Givers never lack – Here’s 7 reasons why

Givers never lack

Givers never lack is a phrase most of us would have come across at one point or the other. The value of a generous spirit can never be overlooked, you’ll notice all around you that givers always seem to have enough to meet their needs, even in times of trouble. While others might find it hard to come out unscathed, they always remain victorious and attract good things. 

One can firmly count on “giving”. It has been tested for generations, but it hasn’t failed. What you give on earth, you will get from earth and heaven. For your good, when you are punished, the angels will look for excuses, and your Father will solve everything that is forbidden, and when he is too strong to endure, he will release the dark forces.

Give what you have to someone who you thinks need it, but what matters is the mindset behind it. However, it is the small acts by strangers that surely exert the power of grace and kindness on your life. Therefore, a Giver can never be buried for a long time. At the same time, to understand a subject better, one has to think about it, because a person is indifferent in his thoughts. He is willing to put the needs or wants of others above his own, and he is willing to delegate sensitive areas of his life to others.

Helping the poor or needy is like a gold medal in the eyes of God. A person who positively affects the life of another person without asking for anything in return will never see his flow dry up. He becomes strong in times of weakness, and the blessings he receives are like a specially delivered and beautifully packaged miracle.



The reason the rich get rich is that money has its secrets, and to achieve it, you have to understand those secrets.

One of the secrets of wealth is giving. Most of the rich people you see around you are great philanthropists because they know the importance of giving. Letting go is not easy as everything is getting tougher these days, and the economy is not smiling.

People who understand the importance of helping others are often more successful because it brings blessings. You need to understand that some doors in your life will never open until you learn to give.

Giving is not mandatory, but God understands that you went to the trouble of giving up what you had to do to help another. He will not hesitate to bless you abundantly.
Many people will ask, what are they going to give? When you help your neighbor, you can receive more blessings as the doors to your side remain open.

It might be baffling, and one might wonder, why do good things happen to these people? In this article, we present seven reasons why givers never lack.

1. Giving unlocks a sense of glee and fulfilment that is irreplaceable. 

This sense of fulfilment brings joy and peace that are incomparable to any other feeling in the world. Now imagine carrying that positive feeling and channelling it towards all that you do. It will definitely attract good things.

“It’s not how much we give but how much love we put into giving.” ― Mother Teresa

2. Giving promotes quality social networks.

Do you remember been told to be kind to people because you never know who they are or might be? Well, it still applies. You truly never know the connections you might make with people, and these connections can be lifesaving in the future.

“No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.” ― Aesop

3. Givers receive in 10 folds.

Yes, another reason why givers never lack is that they receive in ten folds. Just like seeds planted into the ground grows to produce fruits; thus, your act of giving, be it time, energy, or money, will also produce thousands of its kind that will eventually come back to you.

“For it is in giving that we receive.” ― Saint Francis of Assisi

4. Giving flows from the norm of reciprocity.

Those who have received assistance are more inclined to return the help at a later time to either the person or someone else in a situation of need. This behaviour has been instilled in human nature at an early age, and even the society teaches you to treat others the way you want to be treated. But you have to give freely without expecting anything in return for the reciprocity to occur.

“When you are kind to someone in trouble, you hope they’ll remember and be kind to someone else. And it’ll become like a wildfire.” ― Whoopi Goldberg

5. Giving to others is the first step to getting what you want.

Do not expect to receive what you cannot give, and also do not expect that people will do the same for you. Give freely without expecting returns.

“There is nothing more beautiful than someone who goes out of their way to make life beautiful for others.” ― Mandy Hale

6. Givers change the world

Every act of kindness reflects a better world. Making a donation or something as simple as kind words can go a long way in making the world a better place.

“No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change the world.” ― Robin Williams.

7. Givers influence great habits in other people

Just like seeing other people do great things makes you want to do greater things, so also, when people see you give, it influences them to give a little something too.

“Giving is not just about making a donation. It is about making a difference.”― Kathy Calvin

Do you agree with these seven reasons why givers never lack? Let us know your thought in the comments below.



Here are some additional reasons why givers never lack :-

Giving Obeys the command of God

There are many more commandments in the Old Testament about who, when, and how much money to pay than in the New Testament. Perhaps New Testament writers simply assumed that our sacrifice should be logical and simple because God gave us so much more in the New Testament than by putting Himself to death. But if we lose connection, the New Testament also has explicit commandments. Since all the commands of God are given to improve our lives, obeying this commandment will increase our happiness.

Giving is under the rule of God

Every act of obedience acknowledges that we have a higher authority in life, that there is a Lord above us to honor and respect. Because of our nature, personality, or circumstances, we can obey certain commands with relative ease. For most of us, money is one of those areas. Our wallet is often the last bastion under God’s rule, and even if it is, it is very quickly rebuilt and reinsured. If we can only remember that there is no threat from the theocratic rule; Rather, it is the place of greatest protection.

Giving Reveals God’s Heart

God is the giver of every good and perfect gift. As bearers of his image, we are called to be miniatures of his infinitely large heart, to imitate his prey. The bigger our hearts (and the bigger our hands), the bigger we portray the character of God. What do people think of God when they think about how they are using his money?

Giving Represents God’s Salvation

The heart of the gospel is the offerings. When the apostle Paul wanted to encourage the Corinthians to give more, he pointed to the person and work of Christ. “For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that because of you he became richer and became more poor, that because of his poverty you may become rich”. Yes, they are rich in faith, love, etc., but “see that you are also rich in this grace”. When we make sacrifices painfully for the good of others, we preach the gospel on a weak and small scale.

Trust in God’s Provision

The biggest obstacle to giving is fear, the fear that if I give too much, I won’t have enough. As we make sacrifices beyond what is convenient and easy, we express our faith and belief that God will take care of us and our families. This is an argument not for madness, but faith. Many Christians find the joy of throwing their breadcrumbs on the water and the many loaves that come back after many days. It is a joy to see God fulfilling his promise of provision as we obey him.

Giving widens God’s smile

Jehovah loves the giver of joy (2 Corinthians 2:7). He delights to see his people open their hearts and hands happily to meet the needs of his church and of course all his creatures. Through Paul, God repeatedly praises and praises those who have given their money and money to the gospel work (2 Corinthians 8:1).
There is nothing that makes a Christian happy knowing that he has made God happy, and a happy gift means a happy God.

Advance the Kingdom of God

Many of us have contributed to Apple in some form or the other. We helped grow the business from garage operations to the global empire it is today. And I am excited about it because it is a company that has brought many blessings to the world. But think of the blessings that come when we fund the mission of the Church of Christ.
We pay the salaries of pastors and missionaries. We fund resources for public outreach, evangelism, and discipleship. Above all, we invest in the spiritual and eternal welfare of people of all nations, tribes, families, and languages. Our dollars change the homes, relationships, countries, and even the eternal destiny of many souls.

Giving Promotes God’s Sanctification

Giving encourages not only the work of God through us but also the work of God in us, our sanctification. Giving money, especially when it hurts, requires a lot of self-sacrifice and self-criticism. However, as every act of giving weakens and breaks our sinful and selfish nature, God’s grace flows even more into our hearts. Yes, money comes out of our pocket, but sin also comes out of our hearts.
And that’s a lot. In fact, it is priceless.

Witness the Power of God

While we shouldn’t let our left hand know what our right hand is doing, it is very clear that Christians give a lot to their churches and Christian charities.
Even secular observers have been amazed at how generously Christians are with their money. You might not say that, but you’re thinking, “It’s got to be the real deal for people to give so much of their money. You have to believe in these things. The God they worship and his He must be incredibly powerful to be so generous to the people he serves.”

Givers reap long-term rewards

I say this in two ways: (a) The reward may not always come immediately or within the next few hours. This could happen over the coming weeks or months, and (b) your reward will generally help you in the long run, which means there’s always a lot more value to be gained from getting it than you are. Even if it isn’t much. I would also like to say that this is something that will benefit you in the long run. Givers never fail! The advantage of long-term premiums is that you can always have guaranteed premiums on the go. Whenever you donate, expect as often as possible!

Giving up is a matter of the heart

What is your motivation for giving? Is it because you have to? Is it because it is the right thing to do? Do you feel good? Let me challenge you with this question: Do you give in to changing your life or influencing the lives of others? Remember this: But the Lord said to Samuel, See neither his form nor his form, for I have rejected him. Jehovah does not see what man sees. Man looks to outward appearances, but the eyes of the Lord are to the heart (1 Samuel 16:7). The most important thing about giving is never about you. The sooner we figure this out, the easier it will be to see our rewards.

You get what you give

You give a little, you get a little. You give a lot, you get a lot. To be honest, it’s that simple. So these two scriptures confirm it: Luke 6:38 and 2 Corinthians 9:6.



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