Strange and Unusual STORIES
by Dr. Steven White
President of PWBC
It's Amazing What You Can Find at a Garage Sale
Back in 2017, a man in Massachusetts went to a garage sale and bought an old charcoal sketch of Mary and baby Jesus. He paid $30 US for it. Later, in 2019, he took it to a friend who owned an art gallery and asked if he could check to see if it was valuable.
He showed it to a renowned art consultant who said it could have been drawn by German Renaissance artist Albrecht Durer, who died in 1528. For the next 3 years, the consultant spent the next 3 years verifying its authenticity and now says the charcoal drawing could be worth around $10 million US.
It still happens today. A $30 investment has turned into $10 million.
Imagine if we made a small investment of our time every day to spend it with the Lord. And a small investment of our time every week to be in Church. Now, THAT would pay off handsomely!
The Lord is no man’s debtor. He always pays back whatever we give Him and pays it with interest!
Consecrating your life to the Lord is extremely precious in His sight, and He always ensures that whoever does that will reap great benefits and blessings. Will you consecrate yourself to the Lord today?
Pro_19:17 He that hath pity upon the poor lendeth unto the LORD; and that which he hath given will he pay him again.
If God will do that for our financial gifts, how much MORE will he bless those who consecrate themselves to Him?
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