Deuteronomy 15:11 ESV

For there will never cease to be poor in the land. Therefore I command you, You shall open wide your hand to your brother, to the needy and to the poor, in your land.

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The Bible and the Poor - Inner City Atlanta
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Compassion For The Poor
You shall open your hand wide to your brother, to your poor and your needy.  Deuteronomy 15:11. Many people have little sympathy for the ...
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Salt and light: 3 social practices you can't ignore as a Christian
We live in a day and age where everyone wants to be socially responsible because of the status and image it brings.
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Is it true that Jesus said we will always have poverty in the world?
Is it true that Jesus said we will always have poverty in the world? What did He mean by that? Does this mean we shouldn't even try to help people who are poor? I thought Christians were supposed to help people in need.
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Here for You
Jesus says that in giving to the poor we receive an enduring treasure in ... instructing us to be openhanded toward them (Deuteronomy 15:11).
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Doing Mercy to the Brothers of Jesus and the Broken Neighbor
If we are true Christians we will want to show mercy to suffering people.
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I know the Bible says we ought to help the poor, and I guess I agree with that, but can't governments do this better than churches?
I know the Bible says we ought to help the poor, and I guess I agree with that, but can't governments do this better than churches? It'll take a lot of money to fight poverty in places like Africa, for example, and churches simply don't have that kind of money.
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47. A Proper Perspective of Poverty and Prosperity (Genesis 47:13-31)
Introduction While I was browsing through a bookstore some time ago I came across a book that had an eye-catching title: Sacred Cows Make Good Hamburger. I did not buy the book, nor have I ever read it, but the subject was fascinating. Unfortunately, while this may be true I do n...
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'The Poor You Will Always Have With You': Did Jesus Care About Poverty?
A US congressman earned considerable scorn last week when he used the teachings of Jesus to argue that some people, frequently the poor and the homeless, \'just don\'t want healthcare\'. But what did Jesus mean when he said: \'the poor you will always have with you?\'
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