60+ Bible Verses about Charity

Charity is the act of willingly offering help to someone in their times of need out of sheer kindness and generosity. Charity is considered to be a humanitarian deed and often turns out to be immensely beneficial for the sick, poor, physically or mentally challenged, and the socially backward classes. Here are a few Bible verses about charity. 

Here are Bible Verses about Charity

Acts 20:35 – Among all the things that I have brought to your notice, most significant is how by working day and night in this manner, we are able to provide assistance to the poor and fragile, and we should also not forget the words uttered by the Son of God, Lord Jesus Christ, the way he said that to give is a more divine and joyous feeling than to get something in return. 

Hebrews 13:16 – You should not fail to do what is morally right and to distribute what you possess among the others, and this is because of the fact that offerings like these are very satisfying to the almighty Heavenly Father, the Supreme Being of all the universe. 

Matthew 6:1-4 – You should be cautious when you are carrying out your integrity and morality in front of other people so that you can make yourself noticeable in their eyes because in that case, you will not receive any blessings from the almighty Heavenly Father, who resides in the paradise above. 

Proverbs 19:17 – All the men who show their generosity towards the needy and the weak are actually doing good to the almighty Heavenly Father, the Supreme Being of all the universe, and the Lord will surely pay them back for their acts of morality. 

Luke 21:1-4 – When the Son of God, Lord Jesus Christ, lifted his face, he saw the wealthy men placing their presents into the offering box, and at the same time, he also witnessed that an underprivileged widow dropped in two copper coins. And then he exclaimed that with complete honesty, he is bound to say that the poor widow had donated more than any of the rich men who had dropped in their donations. And this was because of the fact that all of them had made their contributions out of their affluence, whereas she had selflessly provided everything she was in possession of, in spite of her state of poverty. She did not put herself before the Lord.

John 3:17 – However if any person possesses the worldly goods and sees that his companions are in the necessity, and in spite of that he does not open his heart to him, how do you think the love of the almighty Heavenly Father, the Supreme Being of all the universe, stays in his soul? 

Corinthians 9:7 – And each and every man must offer what he has already planned in his head to give, he must not give anything unwillingly or under any kind of pressure, because the good God, the almighty Heavenly Father, is very appreciative of a happy philanthropist. 

Luke 12:33 – Put all your belongings on sale, and hand it over to the poor and underprivileged. Furnish yourself with a bag of money that stays evergreen, with a priceless treasure in the paradise above that is not found to be deficient, where no robber makes any appearance, and no moth destroys its life. 

Luke 6:38 – If you provide things to others, the almighty Heavenly Father will furnish you with the things that you desire. An ethical step, held down, quaked together, racing over, will be placed into your thighs. And this is because of the fact that the course of action that you choose to carry out will be observed to pay you back. 

Corinthians 13:1-13 – If I begin to start talking in the tones of men and of messengers of God but do not have any kind of affection, I am a nothing but clamorous being or a reverberating cymbal. And if I possess the capability to predict things, and decipher each and every riddle and know about everything, and if I believe in all things such as believing in the fact that mountains can be removed, but I am devoid of love, I am of no use. 

Matthew 5:42 – You should be generous towards the ones who ask for your help, and you should not deny someone who wants to approach you for a favor. 

Hebrews 13:2 – You should not fail to show warmth and kindness to unknown people, and therefore some men have treated the messengers of God with hospitality, unknowingly. 

Corinthians 13:13 – And at this moment, trust, affection, and hope live on, but among these three, the most significant one is affection. 

Proverbs 21:13 – All the people who shut their ears to the cries of the needy and the underprivileged will call out for help someday and not have a single person to their rescue.

Colossians 3:14 – And place love on top of everything; love is what holds all things together in place and in perfect agreement. 

Corinthians 8:1 – And if offering meals to the gods are taken into consideration: we are aware of the fact that all of us contain wisdom. This wisdom eventually gets inflated, but love fosters growth. 

Timothy 1:5 – The purpose behind our charge is the affection that emerges out of an innocent soul and a moral conscience and a profound trust. 

Corinthians 16:4 – Do everything out of affection and willingness. Allow the deeds that you carry out to be done from the heart. 

Matthew 6:1-4 – And in that account, when you donate something to the underprivileged, do not blare trumpets and make a big noise about it, as is done by the pretentious people in the synagogue and on roads, in the hope that they may be applauded by others. 

Corinthians 13:8 – You will never run out of love if it’s true. If you talk about predictions, they will eventually expire; considering the matter of various speculations, they will gradually come to an end; if wisdom is taken into regard, it will wear out with time. 

Peter 4:8 – And in spite of everything, you should continue to hold your affection towards one another very sincerely because love can make up for a huge number of wrongdoings. 

Acts 9:38 – And at that moment, there existed a devotee called Tabitha in Joppa, and the name Tabitha when simplified into an easier language, means Dorcas. Her name was always associated with carrying out good acts and deeds of philanthropy. 

Timothy 4:12 – Do not allow any person to hate you for your young age, but put up an example before the devotees through your lectures, your behavior, your trust and innocence, and your ways of showing affection. 

Proverbs 31:8-9 – Do not keep your lips sealed for the ones who are too shy to take a stand for themselves; speak up for the rights of each and every person who is deprived and in need. Do not keep your mouth shut, form moral and uncorrupted judgments, protect the dues and liberties of the needy and underprivileged. 

Revelations 2:19 – I am aware of all your deeds, your affection and trust and kindness, and stoic tolerance, and I am also aware of the fact that your last deeds are greater than the first. 

Corinthians 14:1 – You should go after love, and eagerly long for the non-materialistic boons, especially long for the gift of being able to predict the future. 

Isaiah 58:10 – If you make yourself available in the times of need of the destitute and meet the wishes of the tormented and plagued, then your goodness shall spread in times of distress, and your shadows shall be like the noonday. 

Luke 11:41 – And when you make a contribution, make sure it is a charity of all the things that reside within, and pay close attention, everything is pure and sacred to you. 

Proverbs 22:9 – All the people who possess a generous eye will be showered with the blessings of the almighty Heavenly Father, for they share their piece of bread with the needy and destitute. 

Jude 1:2 –These are considered to be the secret reefs at your love banquet, as they accompany you in dining without being scared, herdsmen eating their own meal. Dry clouds with no water in them, gliding along by the breeze; trees that bear no fruits in late autumn, having undergone two deaths, rooted out. 

Peter 5:14 – Welcome each other by showing affection through the kiss of love. Let peace reside in the souls of those who are one with the Son of God, Lord Jesus Christ. 

Thessalonians 3:6 – And this is the moment that Timothy has departed from you and made his way to us, and has carried with himself the exciting report about your trust and affection and has also conveyed to us that it was a kind gesture on your behalf to not forget us and to want to meet us, as we eagerly yearn to meet you as well. 

Corinthians 13:1-13 – If I start giving away all the things that I possess, and if I sacrifice my body to be burnt into ashes, but do not have time for love, I do not make any profit. Love is forbearing and benevolent; love does not generate jealousy, or it is not about bragging; it is not pretentious or cruel. 

Matthew 6:1-4 – Honestly, I will say this to you that they have been handed over their prize. But when you are presenting the poor with something, make sure that your left hand is unaware of what your right hand is carrying out so that your act of donation remains confidential. And the almighty Heavenly Father in heaven, who witnesses your good deeds secretly, will bless you in return.

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