Jugs of Wine

There is an old Jewish story of a couple about to be married. They lived in a small village and had invited everyone from the village to their wedding. Each guest was asked to bring a jug of wine for the celebration. Each jug of wine would be poured into a giant vat to be shared by everyone. As the wedding day approached, each member of the village thought, “If I do not bring my jug of wine, it will not be missed among so many other jugs.”

The wedding day arrived and the couple were married and everyone was excited. But as the tap of the vat was opened, not a drop of wine flowed from it, for everyone had been sure that someone else would provide their share.
Do not count on someone else to do your part, you do your part.

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The last six weeks have hit us very hard. It has been a long time since our situation was this dire. We are treading water financially. We we have nearly $220 in pending charges that must clear our account tonight. This morning I am taking my wife to one of her many doctor appointments, where there will be a copay, plus I need to fill a prescription for her today that is just over $200 (that is our cost). We honestly need to raise about $500 today to cover these costs. Any donation will help, and any donation is better than no donation.

Now is time to step up to the plate!

As I have said to you many times, I look on this work as a co-operative one with me, and all of you combining our resources together in order to get the job done of helping to teach this great truth to all in the world who will listen, and to continue the work of the Scripture Restoration Project. Thank you so much from the bottom of my heart for your continued support, you are the ones who make it all possible by your contributions and your prayers for our work. I truly appreciate your help in every way.

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James Trimm

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