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Doing good’ DO NOT WITHHOLD GOOD…PROVERB 3:27NKJV

Dan Clark recalls when he was a teenager, he and his father once stood in line to buy tickets for the circus. They noticed a poor family immediately in front of them. The parents were holding hands. They had eight children, all probably under the age of twelve. He could tell that the circus was going to be a new adventure for them. The attendant asked how many tickets they wanted. The man proudly responded, ‘Td like to buy eight children’s tickets and two adult tickets.’ When the attendant quoted the price, the man’s wife let go of his hand and her head drooped. The man leaned a little closer and asked, ‘How much did you say? The attendant quoted the price again. The man obviously didn’t have money. He looked crushed. Clark says his father watched all this, put his hand in his pocket, pulled out a twenty pound note and dropped it on the ground. His father then reached down, picked up the note, tapped the man on the shoulder and said, ‘Excuse me, I think this must be yours. ‘The man kn…

Doing good’ DO NOT WITHHOLD GOOD…PROVERB 3:27NKJV

Dan Clark recalls when he was a teenager, he and his father once stood in line to buy tickets for the circus. They noticed a poor family immediately in front of them. The parents were holding hands. They had eight children, all probably under the age of twelve. He could tell that the circus was going to be a new adventure for them. The attendant asked how many tickets they wanted. The man proudly responded, ‘Td like to buy eight children’s tickets and two adult tickets.’ When the attendant quoted the price, the man’s wife let go of his hand and her head drooped. The man leaned a little closer and asked, ‘How much did you say? The attendant quoted the price again. The man obviously didn’t have money. He looked crushed. Clark says his father watched all this, put his hand in his pocket, pulled out a twenty pound note and dropped it on the ground. His father then reached down, picked up the note, tapped the man on the shoulder and said, ‘Excuse me, I think this must be yours. ‘The man kn…