There is a supernatural supply for our needs of tomorrow through being generous today.
There is that scattereth, and yet increaseth; and there is that withholdeth more than is meet, but it tendeth to poverty. The liberal soul shall be made fat: and he that watereth shall be watered also himself. (Proverbs 11:24-25 KJV)
This scripture verse promotes being generous with all possessions God has entrusted to us covering more than our immediate needs for today. Those who choose to hold back, white knuckle gripping those things God has generously provided, selfishly sidestep the privilege of liberally giving unto others essentially taking that which God has entrusted to their stewardship and choosing to keep it for their own future needs.
This tendency comes from man having his own selfish world view of their situation at hand, rather than observing circumstances through God’s generous lens, and having full assurance of God’s future provision being more than enough to meet their immediate needs of tomorrow.
Nobody can ever out give the generosity and mercy God had bestowed upon all mankind. To those entrenched in the world’s mindset it seems backwards to give sacrificially, keeping God’s circle of blessing rolling in motion towards others who are in need today, knowing His provision will come back around in His timing according to what has been sown, to provide for necessities. If we give more, more shall be given to us. If we hold onto all that we have been given more will be taken away from us leaving us holding less and less.
The world’s system of gain, both financial and material in nature, is built upon the foundation of mankind’s self-sufficiency, rather than God’s providence, with man working to provide for our own needs by hoarding that which God has provided. Man is directed in this world to withhold, accumulate, and reserve that which he may need tomorrow in order to have it available in his future time of need. This mentality is applied towards all elements including basic needs, saving for a rainy day, our retirement, for whatever needs may arise in the course of our future.
God’s Words provides supernatural multiplication in a concise spiritual blueprint which instills liberal giving to others in need with that which He has entrusted into our hands today, knowing He will multiply it to cover our own needs as they arise tomorrow.