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38. Raja – Little generosity – Great Blessings

From East Godavari

Raja’s Generosity Story

Hi there this is Raja,

I was born and brought up in Christian family and my parents were very particular in prayers and faith and raised me in the same way.

I would like to share an experience which happened to me in recent times.

I knew a Man (Kishore) who was very poor street vendor. He was affected by Covid and all his family too.
He lost his Father-in-law then after 4 hours on the same day He died after two days he mother was died of Covid.
Kishore have two children and wife who became orphans now.

Being a Christ follower we must show our Love and Generosity in actions rather than words,
As it written ” Love your neighbors as you love yourself”
So I’ve decided to donate 1 month Grocery to them. But God has helped us to collect some donations and we’ve almost raised Rs.19000/- which could help them to get food for almost 5 months.

The very next day I see into my Wallet and it’s empty, I need to pay my bills but my pocket is empty. Then I prayed for God’s provision.
God has answered my prayers and I got all my pending payments to clear all my dues.

Showing Little Generosity could bring a great change our lives.

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