Good deeds vs donations

I thought: If I do good deals God will reward me. So I want to do as much good as I can. The biggest good I can do is scientific research and deep Bible study.

I also thought: It is not worth me to do small good deeds (to help that bum or that jobless man, or even that Christian preacher or church) because I do scientific research worth trillion dollars and should not break off to small good deeds, as my research is much more important. I should keep money to myself to help my research.

But once I realized that to receive a blessing we need to give money (not just good deeds) to those in need. (Gal. 6:7) “whatever a man sows, that he will also reap”.

My first reaction was: The spirits which control human life misbehave: I can do a trillion dollar worth good and they watch over my little “good deeds” and small amounts of money instead of really important for humankind projects.

But later I realized: It is useless to have big scientific projects, big revelations without peace and love. I need to be freed from greed (even if the greed has some “good” reason) in order to be suitable for the Kingdom of God. It is a work of God over me that I need to give my own money to needy, even if I have big projects which need money too. It is to make my character better, to be more suitable for the Kingdom of God.

Now, you have met a real genius. You can help me by donating. Please donate. This way you will do the best good deed (to help a genius) which you can.

My main project in math, software, philanthropy, and theology are listed at this Web page.

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