Crazy Money Day – Love Your Neighbor as Yourself
Today’s story is about loving a neighbor.
Several months ago, storms tore through my neighborhood. Trees went down and we lost power. The roads were blocked so we couldn’t get out. One of my neighbors called with a request for help. His well didn’t work without electricity and he needed water to make it through the day.
I naturally provided some, but later that day, I filled another empty 5-gallon bottle that we keep in our home and I made him a surprise visit. He was so grateful that he sent me home with a bucket full of fresh-cut tulips for my wife.
Meeting the needs of others doesn’t always cost money but it always pays dividends. It is true. If we sow bountifully, we will reap bountifully.
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