The righteous is always reimbursed in all their goodness so that he can seed more goodness

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The righteous is always reimbursed in all their goodness so that he can seed more goodness (Gal 6.7-9).

  • “Evil pursues sinners, but to the righteous good shall be repaid.” (Proverbs 13.21).

Many people misunderstand the excerpt below:

  • “He who has pity upon the poor lends to Jehovah, and He will reward his dealing to him.” (Proverbs 19.17).
  • “But I say this, He who sows sparingly shall also reap sparingly, and he who sows bountifully shall also reap bountifully. And God is able to make all grace abound toward you, that in everything, always having all self-sufficiency, you may abound to every good work; Now He who supplies seed to the sower, and bread for eating, may He supply and multiply your seed, and increase the fruits of your righteousness you being enriched in everything to all generosity, which works out thanksgiving to God through us.” (2Corinthians 9.6,8,10,11).

This excerpt, at no moment, aver that we can haggle with the Creator. Specially because the Creator is our exceeding great reward (Genesis 15.1; Psalms 73.26; 119.57; 142.5). Rather, what it is being uttered is that, always we use His boons to magnify His name, he refunds us so that He can have more moment of intimacy with us (Deut 4.7) and operate His signs and miracles through the manifestation of the His goodness that follows us (Deut 4.34; Psalms 23.6).

In order to visualize this reimburse, see the passage below:

  • “And as one of them opened his sack to give his ass fodder in the inn, he saw his silver. For, behold, it was in the mouth of the sack. And he said to his brothers, My silver has been put back. And, also look in my sack. And their hearts failed, and they each were afraid, saying to one another, What is this God has done to us?” (Genesis 42.27,28).

Although this was a trick used by Joseph, this well illustrates the idea. When we do the good, beyond we enjoy the goodness, we harvest again, in a way or other, all the benefit that we invest.

And if you doesn’t see the good in your life, it’s doable that you were already blessed, but even not have perceived this. Have a nice day in Christ Jesus.