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Family/Parenting » IS IT WRONG TO GIVE YOUR RICH PARENTS MONEY? by: Obajichi(m) .:. Thu, 19 Jan, 2023 - 03:22:48:pm GMT
The bible admonishes us to honour our parents and this comes in different ways.

Sometime ago, Media personality,Daddy Freeze made a statement that yet again caused reactions and left people wondering how he came about such thought or conclusion.

He said that he would rather have people give money to the poor than their wealthy parents ,as according to him, there is no blessing attached to it.

He believes that the blessings for giving to parents only come when the parents are poor and struggling.

Could he be right,how true is this?

He also said he has never given his mother who is a University Vice Chancellor money.

As for him, Honour your father and mother' should not be monetized.

We have many rich parents whose children are also wealthy but can recount the blessings they get when they give their parents cash gifts.

I believe that whatever kindness shown to your parents, whether they are well to do or not ,will surely be a blessing to you because God knows how and on what grounds he rewards.

I ,just like many others are wondering whether it's wrong to financially bless your parents even if they are rich.

What do you think about this?


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Re: IS IT WRONG TO GIVE YOUR RICH PARENTS MONEY? by: DivineDomokuma(m) .:. Sat, 21 Jan, 2023 - 12:07:55:am GMT

Honestly, I don't think it's wrong, because, for crying out loud they are your parents, it is only natural that you give them even though they have.

I honestly think it as a way of appreciation, for taking care of me all the day of Childhood.

That's just my view😌
**No sinner is Christian**

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Re: IS IT WRONG TO GIVE YOUR RICH PARENTS MONEY? by: Oluwatomisin(f) .:. Mon, 23 Jan, 2023 - 07:06:05:pm GMT

No matter how rich your parents are, giving them money is never a wrong thing to do as their children because it is none of your concern whether they are rich or not; your concern as a child is to take good care of them.

We all need to cherish our parents because of all their efforts toward our growth and development as a child. We all would not have been where we are today if not for God and our parents; for many of us, God just positioned us well into the right family and that has been a huge blessing for us.

Never should we forget our parents' efforts but we should appreciate their efforts by seeking into their needs and helping their needs out. Many of their needs are not always money, it could be showing them love or respecting them; no matter how old you become, never joke about respecting your parents.

**Always put God first **

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Re: IS IT WRONG TO GIVE YOUR RICH PARENTS MONEY? by: Queen(f) .:. Wed, 25 Jan, 2023 - 05:16:54:pm GMT

There's nothing wrong in giving your rich parents money though. they are your parents afterall and they deserve more than enough.

But personally, I am somebody that believes in effectiveness. I don't like doing things for doing sake, I like to be effective and necessary.

Now, my parents are already rich meaning money is not their problem, am sure they are even looking for were to spend their own money and at that point am sure it is not money that they are expecting from me, IT IS HONOUR.

So if I want to give them anything, it won't be NOTES, rather, depending on my capacity, l will do or give things that will honour and touch their hearts.

Things like;
*Throw a party simply to celebrate them, say lovely things to them.
*throw birthday party for them
*Organise their anniversary
*Organise family reunion to keep them worm
*sponsore their vacation
*Buy them gift.
In general give them attention. because at that age, what they really want is attention.

I feel they will appreciate it more than your NOTES that they already have.

It's common sense.

**It is well**

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