There’s only one way to get your cup filled. And it’s the opposite of what the world and social media tell you all day long, every day.
The only way to get your cup filled up is to pour out what you already have.
You have something. I don’t care how little you have, you have something.
You are not responsible for filling your cup. You are responsible for pouring out what you have. God does the filling.
So, this whole idea that you cannot give from an empty vessel is a lie straight from the pit of hell.
You are not an empty vessel. You may not have a lot, but you have something to give, so get busy giving it. And you don’t give to get your cup filled up, because if you do you are going to knock a hole in the bottom of your cup. That’s loving to be loved and it’s not love at all. It’s manipulation and it’s selfishness.
I share all about this in the book, “The Right Fight: How to Live a Loving Life.” Read it, if you still haven’t read it. I spent seven years writing it.
So, give what you have. You have something to give. And God will take care of the filling.
Whoever can be trusted with very little can also be trusted with much, and whoever is dishonest with very little will also be dishonest with much.
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