So, how can we be better stewards of our money? Here are a few suggestions.



Malachi 3:10 says ‘Bring the whole tithe into the storehouse, that there may be food in my house. Test me in this,” says the Lord Almighty, “and see if I will not throw open the floodgates of heaven and pour out so much blessing that there will not be room enough to store it.’

We don’t tithe because God needs our money or to make preachers rich.  Giving ten per cent of your money to God is for your own good as a way of acknowledging that God is in charge of your money. Not just that, it is also a way for us to give Him control of our finances so that He can protect us from any manner of evil that the enemy has planned against our money. 



Helping those people that are in need is a major part of Christianity. See, the son did not come to be served but to serve.  Just like Jesus, we need to serve others. As well as giving to the church many people will have a charity close to their heart that they also choose to support regularly. We were created for relationships, not just with God but also with others.  Jesus said the poor will always be there. God has blessed you so that you can help the poor.


Seek God’s Counsel

Do you ever ask God for wisdom when it comes to your finances? Or do you think God doesn’t care about your finances? There are so many ways that you can earn and spend money. You need to seek God concerning your money so that He can show you how to use it for His glory. Now, this doesn’t mean that you can’t use your money for pleasure.


This Lent, and always, we’re called to be generous so consider carefully and prayerfully what you can do to help others with what you’ve been given.

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