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A Rich Act

There was a poor widow, she did not have much. Nevertheless, she gave a few cents, all she really had. That was the widow of the Gospel of Mark, the richest act that did not go unnoticed. The Lord was watching, he didn't even move. But it doesn't mean his Will did not, He gave her everything He has. A rich act full—of grace and love—and that poor widow, was rich in love. The Lord is always watching, do we give what we don't need? Oh Lord, help me be poor so I can too, be rich!

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