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George Lindemann SrFor Sale

Till what level is helping others a christian duty

For example, i am very talented in helping and healing others. <strong><A href=”http://www.tr-jeansoutlet.net/”>True Religion</A></strong>

however throughout the years i noticed that like 99.99% of people that i supported, kept their human relationship with me only limited to the Days where they needed my help.

I started to believe that it is not “always” sane to help others. What do you think – based on the bible – is the limit where helping others must stop?

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would like to be a blessing to others, the selfishness in people at some point might make you not enjoy what you are doing anymore.

Great question, sounds like you are at a similar place <strong><A href=”http://www.tr-jeansoutlet.net/”>True Religion Canada</A></strong>

I was not too long ago, when I questioned the “saneness” of what I was doing and how I was helping. Here was what I ended up learning the hard way, if it gets to the point where you are no longer joyful (in the Lord) it causes other aspects of you life to suffer (raising you child) or creates more problems somewhere else, then I truly believe that is NOT what Jesus wants. You are right, and actually as christian , or mainly human, each of us has a specific talent, a limit, and a field where he/she is good at. So we cannot all be mother theresa, but we can better than her in field where she wasn good at. shadesco May 27 at 22:27

the Lord disciplines the one he loves, . what children are not disciplined by their father? 8 If you are not disciplined-and everyone undergoes discipline -then you are not legitimate, not true sons and daughters at all. Moreover, we have all had human fathers who disciplined us and we respected them for it. . They disciplined us for a little while as they thought best; but God disciplines us for our good, in order that we may share in his holiness.

As a parent, I want to shower my kids with every toy I can think of, and never make them do a thing. This weekend, I’ve been working with them to clean up all that junk. I’m realizing that they don’t need or even want everything I’m given them. Also, I could just pick it all up for them, but where would the learning be? Sometimes, the most loving thing I can do is help them to help themselves. You are right bro, but our relationship with God is not “blind” master and slave relation. I do not serve two masters. JESUS asked the people to give him the two fish and bread and he fill the basket for them. It means, he said do what you “Can” do, what your limit imposes and i do the rest. What i mean is, in my opinion (i dun have kids but sill), you should as a parent provide for them and make <strong><A href=”http://www.tr-jeansoutlet.net/”>True Religion Outlet</A></strong>

their life very pleasurable , mostly by doing activities with them and teaching them how to deal with life. But also, “never making them do a thing” is not helpful for them. Use the example of the eagle in the bible:  <strong><A href=”http://www.tr-jeansoutlet.net/”>http://www.tr-jeansoutlet.net/</A></strong>

at some point he puts thorns in his nest to make his kids leave and jump. The bible has an answer for you, Matthew 23:3–>”So you must obey them and do everything they tell you. But do not do what they do, for they do not practice what they preach.” It is telling you clearly that pastors are human and a lot of them sin and do not do what they preach. This doesn mean your faith should be affected, cause your faith is about Jesus Christ not how human behave toward Jesus. A lot of people do this mistake, they judge religion based on human acts! Its like judging medical laws by a failed doctor! shadesco May 30 at 1:46

You can do works until your head explodes and it will never be enough. There is enough need in the world to drain every Christian completely dry and still there would be needs unmet. So asking yourself how long you should continue your good works is a self-defeating question.

The real answer lies in a complete paradigm shift from works to grace.  <strong><A href=”http://www.tr-jeansoutlet.net/”>True Religion Sale</A></strong>

When you begin to see that the answer doesn’t lie with your works, but rather with God’s work being done through you and others, then the “I gotta work harder!” voice in the back of your head begins to quieten, and you become filled with peace and joy. When you are RESTING in Christ, rather than running an endless hamster wheel of works, then it becomes your great joy to help others. It’s no longer a burden. And when you’ve done what you can do, you’re perfectly happy to rest and leave the remainder in God’s hands. You don’t have to work yourself to a frazzle, never feeling like it’s enough. God has many tools. You’re not the only wrench in the drawer. You don’t have to disassemble the entire car by yourself. Trust God. He will put you where you need to be, when you need to be there. It’s really just about resting in Christ.

 

 

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