The Scripture plainly states that giving is not for our affliction (2 Corinthians ), so let us not make it into that.
But if we have the ability to give, then we should give delighting in the help and joy that it will bring others who need to see the love of God manifested in their lives through giving.2 Corinthians says, “For if the readiness is present, it is acceptable according to what a person has, not according to what he does not have.” He wants us to have readiness of heart, hearts that are open to His leading and available to do His work.
Thus, God says that we should store up treasure in heaven where it cannot be destroyed, stolen, or rot away (Matthew -20) by investing in the kingdom of God and not hoarding things because of greed.
There is nothing wrong with wanting to make money, but some will sacrifice their health, their family, and their opportunity to serve in the kingdom of Christ just so that they can make some extra money.
Some people are more concerned about their own present well-being such that they are willing to steal from others, even from future generations.