Couple That Can't Afford To Tithe Miraculously Has Money To Travel For Youth Sports

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Mike and Sue have always been big on church. They enjoy the fellowship, the music, and even the inspirational messages of the pastor. The only area that they seemed to struggle with was tithing,

Then as their children got involved in sports, they found that they traveled away from home more on the weekends. “We truly missed all of the church amenities,” remembers Mike. “But our kids were excelling, And we wanted to give them every opportunity to succeed with their peers. Billy has basketball. Julie has soccer. Sometimes we are in two different cities for several weekends straight.”

This not only takes its toll on their personal family life, and their spiritual life, but obviously it is also a hefty financial commitment. “When we were in church, we wanted to give God more,” explains Sue. “But we just couldn’t. The money was gone by Sunday. But somehow, now we have money to pay for team commitments, hotels, restaurants, fuel, etc. We aren’t really making anymore money, but the money is there. It is a miracle.”

Sue recently read a small group outline from her days at the church. Ironically, it was on the topic of giving. “It said that wherever we spend our money is where we would find what we really value deep inside. And God would honor sacrifice. I think God just knows our heart in this area and multiplies the money for sports like he multiplied the money for the widow in the Bible. And since we make the sacrifice to help our kids, God is honoring that by helping them win trophies. So yes… when we sacrificially spend for the important things… God honors that.”

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