MWM: Repeated Generosity

Anytime there is a natural disaster or an atrocity on the planet, we quickly send help and gifts. Whether it is a tornado in Missouri, a hurricane in the gulf, a tsunami halfway around the globe, an earthquake in California, or terrorist attacks in New York or London, we provide help. I often wonder what happens six months or a year after these events. Do people still need help? Are local businesses still struggling? I have a friend that is a very generous man. After my dad died, he stopped by with a check. It was a huge blessing to my family because of the cost of being away for three weeks and the costs of traveling during a pandemic. He met a real need. And this wasn’t the first time my friend has done this for me, not to mention the countless others. Repeat giving is a blessing. To whom can you continually reach out? And then do it again a few weeks later. 

Philippians 4:16: “Even when I was in Thessalonica you sent help more than once.”

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