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The fact is that at what the world calls our decease, we do not really die. That is the great and fundamental revelation of Christianity. Jesus said to Martha, on the way to the grave of Lazarus, “And whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die. ” (John 11:26). The truth is our spirit does not die at physical death, but is immediately conveyed into paradise by the angels of God (Luke 16:22; 23:42-43). The apostle Paul tells us about paradise, how he was caught up to the third heaven and heard wonderful things that he dared not reveal fully (II Cor.
8:12). God does not expect a man who has little of this world’s goods to give as much as one who is wealthy. ” A beautiful example of God’s attitude in this matter is the case of the poor widow. When Christ saw her giving two mites —an insignificant amount in comparison with what the rich were giving—He said that she gave more than they all! “And Jesus sat over against the treasury, and beheld how the people cast money into the treasury: and many that were rich cast in much. And there came a certain poor widow, and she threw in two mites, which make a farthing.
We have shown how he should consider his widow and those who are dependent on him, in his will or through a trust. The next question is this: Having made provision for his family (or in the case of the wife whose husband is deceased) if in addition he desires to take a portion of his estate with him, how can this be done? We shall consider this question in our next chapter. CHAPTER VI How You Can Take It With You It was a simple incident that was related to the writer which brought his attention to a certain phase of stewardship, the importance of which is often overlooked.