A natural disaster is a sudden event that causes widespread destruction, major collateral damage and loss of life; with a profound effect on the environment and frequently financial loss. The world has witnessed many natural disasters between 2020–2021 in forms of fires floods and hurricanes putting countries governing bodies at work on how to re-align measures to mitigate possible future happenings and to contain as well the present situation on ground. The global crisis affecting the peoples all over the world has taken millions to their graves but we are alive making necessary changes to combat and prevent the continuity in the mourning. Floods in Europe and Africa have killed many people even hurricanes like hurricane Elsa hurricane Laura hurricane Sandy hurricane Irma hurricane Rita hurricane Katherina have rendered some people homeless in the last two decades; Americans in a Christian spirit were contributing a token of 1 dollar to assist the victims find new housing and continue living. Being a Christian is a fundamental understanding of “who God says I am, What God says I am -I know who I am”.
Is it ethical? Is it a moral obligation?
Nobody will force you by any rules, by-laws and regulations. It is a Christian Philosophy to stand together as one body; the body of Christ. It is a point of duty, a moral obligation to pay the due.
Not that it is your regular Christian contribution;
Not that it is your Sunday offering.
Not that it is your tithes.
Not that it is a harvest
The common man, the lay people as are looked upon in the Christian church are those not empowered by the order of merit of the ecclesial make it a point of interest for the study of Christian ethics to become an integral part of mainstream studies and there is now a more widely-held view that Christian ethics is actually central to Christian life as a whole. Christians increasingly have had to ask what contemporary relevance their discipline has in a context where religious belief is on the wane, and whether Christian ethics has anything to say in a multi-faceted and singularly complex secular society. The aims of Christian Ethics are twofold — to engage centrally with the secular moral debate at the highest possible intellectual level and to demonstrate that Christian ethics can make a distinctive contribution to this debate. The commoners the masses of citizens of countries want to engage in heated arguments as to what they will live-up to concerning religion each segment holding strong on theirs; believing we are better.
We point to Christ, personally I want to think that every little act of goodness pulls up to what Christ paid for all of mankind, the gift of humanity, the gift of eternal life; churches can achieve much more from ethical counseling in all its form by encouraging good word of mouth spread of personal effort to keep going when the going gets tough on fellow-men and women in the communities in which we celebrate living together as a function of sharing living bread, drinking living water covered by the blood of the living savior. Christ is proclaimed in good acts, charitable donations in small bits saves lives. As Christians we are proclaiming the good news in the languages of the world’s peoples.