What was the last thing you spent $6 on? For me, it was a small iced coffee and an egg, ham, and cheese English muffin sandwich from Dunkin' Donuts. Not much, really, but a good after school energizer. I mean, $6 isn't much at all... it's about 40 minutes worth of work on minimum wage, two gallons of gas, a Big Mac value meal. $4 less than a hot dog at Fenway. To us, it's nothing, but to Ka...
Maybe you're not in a place where you can write a big check.... or even a small one. I know that I'm not financially blessed compared to many of my friends and neighbors... or even financially stable, a lot of the time. But just $6 would have made the difference for Ka. Her purity was set at the same value as a coffee and a breakfast sandwich. There's that cliche "every penny counts," but when dealing with extreme poverty and international currency exchanging, every penny really does make a difference! Ka's debt for two years was $6. One penny towards Ka's debt would be the equivalence of $100 for someone who makes $30,000 in a year... one penny! Five dollars would be $5,000 to Ka.
There's so much we could do to help the Ka's in the world... many things that are as simple as saving up some spare change. I pray that God leads us to make sacrifices for his children... me included! They're not asking for a million dollar foundation. They're just praying for change...
Because He first loved me,