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Short Offering Message: 2 Corinthians 9:6-7

Here is a resource for pastors and churches. This is a short offering message outline from the passage of 2 Corinthians 9:6-7. It will encourage your church to give out of a cheerful and generous heart. A PDF version is also available for download.

Short Offering (2 Corinthians 9_6-7) - Outline
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Short Offering Message: 2 Corinthians 9:6-7

Main Verse: 2 Corinthians 9:6-7


This passage encourages believers to be intentional and generous in their giving, emphasizing that the extent of one's generosity directly influences the abundance of blessings received.


Sow Generously for Abundant Harvest: The passage uses the analogy of sowing seeds to convey the principle that a generous giver will experience a bountiful return. Just as a farmer who sows generously reaps a plentiful harvest, those who give generously can expect abundance.

Heartfelt Giving, Not Reluctant or Compulsory: We see here the importance of giving willingly and cheerfully, not out of obligation or pressure. God values the attitude of the heart in giving, and cheerful generosity reflects a genuine desire to contribute to the well-being of others and the advancement of God's work.

God Loves a Cheerful Giver: God delights in those who give cheerfully. This implies that the attitude behind the giving is just as important as the act itself. Cheerful giving reflects a heart that understands and appreciates the grace and generosity of God.


A. Before you come and bring your tithe/offering (pray and ask God what you should give).

B. When you give. Thank Him for the ability. Thank Him for the finances to give. Do it with honor and worship in your heart.

C. Give in faith with expectation.


In summary, this passage teaches that generous and cheerful giving leads to a bountiful harvest of blessings.

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