Sunday, 25 October 2015

Living the Dream

"$1.4M Property Provision

"Young non-profit organization moved into a rented building with just enough cash to cover the rent down payment. Couple months later the landlord comes to them and says “we are selling and you can have it for $1.4m.” Non profit freaks out as all they have is $15,000. “That can be the deposit,” says the landlord, “with a two week timeframe to confirm the detail and a three month settlement.”

Non profit goes to seven banks who all say “no.” Then reminded of a vision someone gave them of reaching into God’s storeroom, and accessing more than enough supply, because they are His children. Agrees with God and heart feels settled. Last bank comes back to them…”our creditors believe you are not a good investment.”

Regardless, leader goes on mission trip out of country for two weeks. On return there is an envelope received in the mail. Inside is a check from a Fidelity Fund anonymous donor for one million three hundred thousand. The instructions were to use it on whatever they had need. Next they took up a collection of $75,000 of donations from their organization members.

Couple days later they received another check in the mail from the same Fidelity Fund and anonymous donor for $100,000. MORE THAN ENOUGH. They ended settling on the building six weeks ahead of the original plan. Duncan Smith, Raleigh, NC (2012)"

Living the Dream, a series of true and verified stories of real people who have encountered God for themselves and have learnt to apply His principles in their normal everyday world, sourced from Dream Culture: Bringing your Dreams to Life

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