Haiti Special: 7 Blessings

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In the message, Haiti Special: 7 Blessings, we learn that We should never give based on what we can get. God loves a cheerful giver, not one who gives looking for a return. But when we give out of the compassion of Christ in our hearts, the Word teaches us we will be blessed.

  1. 1. Psalm 41 (NKLV) begins with, “Blessed is he who considers the poor”. What does “consider” mean to you?
  2. Do you think the promises of God are conditional?
  3. How do you live a compassionate lifestyle?
  4. Recall the seven specific blessings Bobby and Pastor Franklin talk about from Psalm 41.
  5. Can you think of a time in your own life when you were in need and someone or something unexpectedly came through for you?
  6. Brainstorm about ways you, your family, or your small group could commit to helping those in need.

But this I say: He who sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and he who sows bountifully will also reap bountifully. So let each one give as he purposes in his heart, not grudgingly or of necessity; for God loves a cheerful giver. (2 Cor 9:6-7)


If you want to learn more about the efforts in Haiti and the Food For Life project, with the mission of giving Haitians an opportunity to build a sustainable economy, visit jentezenfranklin.org/FOODFORLIFE. The goal is to raise $1,000,000 to fund the building of the 20-acre miracle marketplace, Mache Mirak. It will provide an estimated 2,400 jobs in an area where 10 people are fed for every person who is employed.

You can be a part of the miracle. Learn more online and join the conversation on Twitter and Facebook with #FOODFORLIFE.

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2 Comments on “Haiti Special: 7 Blessings”

  1. Stephanie Miller

    This is really a great blessing and I have been passionate about the Hatian people for years. For now be assured I will pray for all the ministry needs to be met and after my harvest from God I will give the first 10% to this ministry for the beautiful work you are doing. God Bless You and Yours

  2. Yasmine Alvarado

    Is there a way to connect on the field with your missionaries. I am a missionary living in Haiti from Dallas, TX I am elated to hear about this work that is being accomplished now through you. I would love to meet and serve with your partners at the Kingdom Center and Miracle Market.

    Thanks in advance for your response.

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