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We have to help others.
How are you living?

I asked the question, because the answer indicates fulfillment.

If we're not living the way we want to be living, there is much more for us. But...'s going to cost us something.

If we want to be blessed, we have to be willing to be a blessing. Why would God give more to a selfish person? That would make God selfish. We know that's impossible. God is the God of abundance and that's how He operates. If He gives us abundance, He expects us to spread that abundance in helping others -- with their natural walk and with their spiritual walk. Then when they get on their feet, they in turn do the same thing.

Helping hands, helping hands.

So how are we living?

If we want to live large, we have to do more. We weren't born to simply exist without making an impact. Nobody was born to just walk the earth and not add anything. That's why God has us pour into what society calls bums or outcasts. That's right, we may be the ones called to help them. They are God's children too and He doesn't play favorites. He loves us all.

So we must not get it twisted.

The people in those high rise buildings with the corner offices overlooking the ocean, be careful and don't believe the hype. CEO's are no more important than the person living under a bridge in the worst part of the world. 

It doesn't matter to God.

The tables can turn in a minute. God can shift anything He wants in an instant.

It's simple really. The more we get from God, the more we have to help people. More is not just for our joy and satisfaction. It doesn't work that way, because to whom much is given, much is required and if we have been entrusted to much, then more is demanded from us.1

Not rocket science.

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