Local Christian Just Not Feeling Called To Christian Virtue Of Charity

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BOSTON, MA—Local believer Anthony Park announced to his weekly Bible study group Tuesday morning that he is “just not feeling called right now” to exhibit the Christian virtue of charity in his personal walk with Christ, sources confirmed.

“I’ve really been keeping the idea in prayer for the last few years,” Park reportedly said. “But I just haven’t felt a mystical sense in my heart that the Lord wants me to be generous with the healthy salary he’s blessed me with. Don’t get me wrong—I’m totally open to giving to the less fortunate, but I’m just not sure it’s God’s plan for me, right now.”

“If only He had some way of revealing His will to us,” he added.

Park further added that should the Lord make it clear to him that he is to give generously and seek justice for the world’s orphans and widows, he will “definitely get on that right away.”

“There are lots of Christians who have the spiritual gift of generosity, and that’s great,” he said. “But for me, until I hear it from the Lord Himself—and I mean audibly, using my full name—I guess I have no choice but to keep spending my money on myself. I don’t want to get ahead of God’s will, of course.”

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