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While doing acts of kindness openly is good, we are directed by God to also do secret acts of kindness periodically to help ensure that our motives are pure and so that we are rewarded by God instead of looking for limited external earthly rewards.

By choosing to remain anonymous, we prioritize the needs of others above personal recognition, embodying humility and selflessness. This approach allows recipients to receive assistance with dignity, preserving their sense of pride and autonomy.



By embracing the anonymity of a GSS Agent, you can give and serve freely, knowing that your contributions are driven solely by a heartfelt desire to support and uplift others, which helps to foster a culture of empathy and connection.


In Matthew: 6 1-4, Jesus says: 


“Take care! Don’t do your good deeds publicly or before men in order to be seen by them; otherwise, you will have no reward with and from your Father Who is in heaven. 


Whenever you give to the poor, don’t shout about it as the hypocrites do blowing trumpets in the synagogues and streets and calling attention to their acts of charity! I tell you in all

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