I’m convinced my cat is psychic.
Recently I was presented with the question of what the proper response should be from Christians when dealing with the poor, specifically when you come across a homeless person who is asking for money. I personally don’t give them money for two reasons. 1) I honestly don’t usually have cash on me to give away. We live in a world where people rarely have cash on them. 2) Our society has perpetuated the thought that homeless people will use that money in the wrong way (drugs, alcohol, gambling, etc…) and we are told that it would be best to make donations to local charities or soup kitchens that will use the money responsibly.
But Jesus doesn’t tell us to help those by donating to a large soup kitchen that will in turn help some of the poor. Jesus calls us to help the poor directly. Jesus says that anyone who…
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