Give, and it will be given unto you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together, and running over, will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you. (Luke 6:38).
Pastor David Alessi of Metro Life Church quotes Luke to exemplify a revelation and principle on how giving to others and receiving double works. It's a principle he observes after experiencing firsthand the story of The Ward Law Group and the spiritual meaning that the firm brings to each of the activities they do around the community.
How important is the mindset we have to generate wealth? That’s something Mr. Greg Ward brings up in the conversation when quoting his personal story. He grew up in a dangerous environment in Baltimore, with violence in the streets and money always being a problem for those around him and his family. However, changing that chip was not impossible. It was a work of replacing certain beliefs with others and embracing prosperity from God in every aspect of life.
Little by little, the promises of prosperity reflected in the scriptures began to creep into his life. The old Mindset of poverty, where money was always a problem, began to be replaced by one of wealth and a new relationship with finances and money. A new relationship based on giving to others and receiving as a harvest is always something more. Why? Because all good things come from God, tithing is also a form of Giving.
Under this way of understanding finances, money is an element that brings people together and makes us constantly concerned about helping to solve the needs of others. Money is only the good of exchange, but in the end, what the creation of wealth represents is to meet the needs of our brothers and our community from what we can give as professionals.
From this perspective, it also dismisses the idea that Christians should not be prosperous. On the contrary, embracing wealth is possible because it includes God's blessings and demonstrates that the creator rejoices when many people are connected for good through money and wealth creation. Business and professional exchanges are a demonstration of this. Give and take operates as a principle and manifests itself in the creation of prosperity.
Within these values of life, the tithe occupies a very special place. Because through consistency in tithing, you begin to generate a prosperous relationship with money. However, this principle is challenging to understand for all those who tithe at the beginning. Sometimes, a little anxiety and impatience can arise at the beginning. That is why consistency plays a key role.
In the words of Mr. Greg Ward, the key to everything is to regain your connection with God and surrender your life to Jesus. This detail can make all the difference in feeling prosperous and replacing old negative beliefs around money with a more prosperous and healthy relationship with wealth.
All that mentioned is also part of the values that define the work of The Ward Law Group and have played an important role from the beginning of the long road of being one of the best firms specializing in accidents and Spanish-speaking communities in different cities of the country.