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You Make God Rich

You Make God Rich

   Dan Ohlerking
   25 August 2020


As you might expect, I get asked all the time, “So how is Children’s Cup doing through all this COVID-19 stuff?”

I keep finding myself almost feeling guilty for the answer I give: “Thanks for asking! We are good. Actually we are doing great! Our teams on the ground have stepped up their leadership, our partners have given even more than before, kids are being sponsored more and more, and we are actually reaching more people than before. It’s amazing to see how God is working.”

God has blessed us so much in this challenging season.

That doesn’t mean we have no challenges though. We still have a lot of work to do. We have more kids yet to be sponsored. We have more communities that need us to establish programs in. There are more churches to be planted, more pastors and leaders that need encouragement and resources. We have missionaries that we need to get back to the field. And we need more missionaries!  We need more resources to reach more kids with Hope.

But based on what God has done so far, we have no reason to wonder whether He will provide. He ALWAYS comes through. He does, as the apostle Paul put it, “provide all our needs according to His riches in glory.”  And in the book of Malachi, God reveals that His wealth is His people. He calls us His jewels. He provides our needs through His people!

So the next time you give to Children’s Cup or pray for a friend or write a letter to your sponsored child, or do anything to help someone else, just take a second to realize that you yourself are part of His riches. You are indeed a significant part of what makes God rich!

Thanks for your partnership with us. We are truly grateful.

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