‘Never again short of a meal’

Years ago—when my son was attending junior school, my daughter was in nursery school, and I had recently been widowed—we had a lovely experience of God supplying our need.

My son came home from school one day and said he was required to bring five dried beans to class the next day. The students were going to plant them in damp cotton wool in order to observe their growth. It seemed such a small request, but it was nonetheless beyond our means: We did not have any beans in the house, nor did we have any money at all with which to buy them, as we were facing serious financial difficulties.

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