Why Do Many Preachers Avoid Telling The Truth That, ‘God Helps Those Who Help Themselves’?
They would be admitting that the concept of "God" is superfluous.
Because sometimes God helps those who don't deserve help. That's what grace is.
Who ever said that the phrase, 'God helps those who help themselves' is the truth? If it's Biblical please show me where it is in the Bible! I've been in many situations, unable to help myself, but through prayer, God has shown me His mercy and grace to see me through. God is full of love, compassion, forgiveness, mercy and grace. All anyone needs to do is to come humbly before Him, repent of your sin (believing in the finished work of His Son Jesus on the cross) thereby becoming a child of God. He will then work in your life, changing that which needs to be changed and pour out His blessings upon you. Your Heavenly Father rightly seeks your love, adoration and obedience.
A true Saint, in fact, never grants worldly things to people. Moreover it has already been explained in the first part of this book that a person receives pains and pleasures in the world according to the actions of his past lives. Therefore God or a Saint has nothing to do with a person's material deficiencies. read more
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