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The Tale of Two Brothers and Sunday Worship

(Pick of the week videos below) The Rule of Scarcity is critical to understand and adopt as you will see in this story.   When we know in our deep caverns of our hearts that we already have all provisions from our Father in Heaven, we are then unleashed to bless others, as we realize that we can give with joy to others.  There are two different versions of this same virtuous tale.  Read them and note the difference.

Two brothers shared a field, he said. One was married with many children; the other was a bachelor.  See how each one’s burden from one perspective is a blessing and asset from the others.

They worked very hard and split their harvest equally.

One day, the married brother thought it was not fair. His brother had no children to care for him in old age. So he put an extra bag of grain in his brother’s barn.

At the same time, the other brother, too, decided it was not fair. His brother had so many more mouths to feed, so he put an extra bag of grain into his brother’s barn.

As the brothers continued to do this, they would be surprised every morning as they found they had the same amount of grain as before.

One day, they passed each other on the road, each carrying a sack of grain for the other. It was then that they realized what they had been doing for one another and embraced in a moment of true brotherly love.

The other version….

Two brothers shared a field, he said. One was married with many children; the other was a bachelor.

They worked very hard and split their harvest equally.

One day, the married brother thought it was not fair. His brother had no children to care for and less mouths to feed. So every night, under the cover of darkness, he crept over to his brother’s harvest and stole a bag of grain.

At the same time, the other brother, too, decided it was not fair. His brother had so many children who would care for him in old age while he had no one. So every night, under the cover of darkness, he crept over to his brother’s harvest and stole a bag of grain.

As the brothers continued to do this, they would be surprised every morning as they found they had the same amount of grain as before.

One night, they passed each other on the road, each carrying a sack of grain they had stolen from the other. It was then that they realized what they had been doing to one another and were immediately ashamed of their envious ways. .

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We need each other’s hand and when connected to the hands of Jesus, we are WELL with one another: 

 

 

 

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