Feed the hungry!

One missionary from Kerala served in North India; wanted to buy land for constructing his school and church. However, he did not have money to purchase the land but had faith and assurance from the Lord. He scouted for land, spoke with the owner, and determined the price. Going to a bank, he requested a loan. The bank manager asked him: “Are you a missionary?” He thought that he may never get a bank loan. The manager told him that he will come to the house of the missionary and speak with him.
The Bank manager reached home and said: “I lost my parents when I was a small boy. In fact, I was an orphan, abandoned and begging. One missionary took me, fed me, clothed me, and sent me to school. Today, I am a bank manager, I am searching for missionaries to help them to help more children.” Then the bank manager requested the landowner to make a property deed in the name of institution and later the registration deed was mortgaged in the bank, the money for land was paid about two months later.
Righteous act: Sharing food is a righteous act. (Luke 3:11) Lord Jesus taught his disciples to share and even sacrificially serve.
Generous act: A generous man will feed the poor. (Proverbs 22:9) Generosity is a mark of a disciple of the Lord.
Spiritual act: Lord expected his people to combine religious acts of fasting with spiritual acts of feeding the hungry. Prophets like Isaiah and Ezekiel called the people to feed the hungry. (Isaiah 58:7,10; Ezekiel 18:7)
Benevolent act: The standards of the people of God are very high. They are expected to be merciful even to those who are enemies. The Bible teaches to feed the enemies too. (Proverbs 25:21; Romans 12:2)
Commended act: “For I was hungry, you gave me food.” (Matthew 25:35) The Tamil Nadu government has introduced breakfast in government schools from 15 September 2022. (The Times of India 15 September 2022) Praise God for the impact of the gospel.
Do I feed the hungry?