Some months back I purchased a vacant property adjacent to my house and I pledged to pay it cash over instalments (This story is a whole testimony by itself for another time) I finished paying it off last month. So a week ago I received a bill of R7300.00 from the transferring attorneys for the transfer costs but I had to wait for them to compile the paperwork for me to sign before I can pay the money.
I was still waiting for the paperwork to arrive when my wife was reversing out of our garage and the garage door jammed and she hit it with her car.
We made our insurance claim and the excess needed was R2710.00
On Wednesday I received the paperwork I needed to sign from the transferring attorneys and this meant that I had to have the R7300 ready (I did not have it as I spent all the cash I had paying off the R200k on the land so I did not communicate with the lawyers but thought to myself that I was going to pay them sometimes next week (of course not knowing where I was going to get the money from) but this did not bother me at all as I have faced serious bills in the past and God came through for me. I knew He was going to provide again.

Yesterday morning I received a call from garage door repairers telling me that the insurance had instructed them to repair my door and collect the R2710.00 from me they told me that they were ready to do so today so I told them to come. Now I had a bill of R7300 for the attorney and R2710 for the garage door this totalled to R10010.00 (ten thousand and ten rand)

When I knocked off yesterday afternoon a brother in the Lord called me asking if I could meet him somewhere on my way back home. I asked him what it was all about and he told me that he just wanted to give me R10000.00!
I met him on my way home and he actually gave me R10500.00. This morning the garage door was repaired I paid the R2710.00 and on Monday morning I will be sending the paperwork back to the attorneys with the R7300 and I still have R490 left. This reminds me of the story of the little boy with the loaves and fish that Jesus multiplied and there were 12 baskets of leftover still!
I thank God for coming through for me.

I am a SERIOUS giver myself parting with at least R12000.00 per month for the past 10 years giving it to other people. So yes, it’s true that if you give it shall be given back to you.


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Wow, thats encouraging Pastoor.

Pastor you have shown and told us a million times that God is the man who will never leave his kids suffer ..Amen


David said I was young, but now I am old, yet I have never see the righteous forsaken or his children begging bread, So that's what the lord can do for those that are faithful unto him.Thanx for the testimony, It gives courage to us as well.