Sharing God's Love

It's about the heart, God's heart, the church's heart and your heart. All that we do is for the mission of the church, to share God's love for the world. Jesus came to live and die for us, He came to establish the church too. By setting aside the first fruits, the first tenth, the Tithe, we are honoring Him and aligning our hearts. 

Beyond the Tithe, some of us are called to give more. A generous heart, the Bible teaches, is what God loves:

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Hilarious Generosity

6 Here’s my point. A stingy sower[a] will reap a meager harvest, but the one who sows from a generous spirit will reap an abundant harvest. 7 Let giving flow from your heart, not from a sense of religious duty. Let it spring up freely from the joy of giving—all because God loves hilarious generosity![b] 8 Yes, God is more than ready to overwhelm you with every form of grace, so that you will have more than enough of everything[c]—every moment and in every way. He will make you overflow with abundance in every good thing you do.


  1. 2 Corinthians 9:6 The Aramaic can be translated “the one who sows with a storehouse of seed” (remaining). This describes a farmer who is stingy with his sowing. Since he has a storehouse of seed, he can afford to sow liberally.
  2. 2 Corinthians 9:7 See Prov. 22:8 (LXX). There are seven things in the Bible that God loves: (1) the resident foreigner or immigrant (Deut. 10:19), (2) righteousness in our affairs with others (Ps. 11:7), (3) justice (Ps. 37:28), (4) the gates of Zion (Ps. 87:2), (5) his righteous people (Ps. 146:8), (6) a hilarious or cheerful giver (2 Cor. 9:7), and (7) those he disciplines (Heb. 12:6).
  3. 2 Corinthians 9:8 The Greek word Paul uses is autarkeia, and it is found in classical Greek as meaning “independently wealthy, needing nothing.