Church Sermon Inspires Arkansas Woman to Win Major Powerball Prize

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James Lasher

In a shocking life event, a woman identified as K. Anthony from Harrell, Arkansas, found herself the fortunate winner of a $100,000 Powerball prize after a church sermon inspired her to test her luck.

According to the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery’s press release, Anthony, who typically plays the Arkansas lottery only once or twice a month, felt compelled to try her luck after a particularly uplifting sermon.

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Lottery officials revealed that the sermon that stirred Anthony’s curiosity was centered around “praising the Lord for things on the way.” Acting on this newfound inspiration, she played Powerball using the Jackpocket lottery app, with the app’s system randomly selecting her winning numbers. Miraculously, Anthony matched 5 out of the 6 winning digits—9, 41, 43, 49 and 64—along with the Powerball number 4, securing her a $100,000 prize.

Despite initial skepticism, Anthony, who thought she was being scammed after receiving calls from Jackpocket’s New York headquarters, was elated upon confirming her win with a team member. The unexpected jackpot, resulting from Anthony’s decision to add the Power Play option, is earmarked for home remodeling, a family vacation and savings. Anthony, no stranger to lottery wins, plans to wisely allocate her prize money.

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Financial Wisdom From the Bible: A Lesson in Stewardship

In the biblical context, financial wisdom is a common theme, emphasizing principles of stewardship, generosity and responsible handling of resources, as well as avoiding the love of money. One well-known scriptural principle comes from Proverbs 21:20, stating, “There is treasure to be desired and oil in the dwelling of the wise, but a foolish man squanders it.” This verse encourages individuals to exercise prudence in managing their resources, advocating for saving and wise investment.

Furthermore, the Bible underscores the importance of generosity and helping those in need. Proverbs 19:17 states, “He who has pity on the poor lends to the Lord, and He will repay what he has given.” This principle teaches that financial prosperity is not solely for personal gain but also for the benefit of others.

By embracing a biblical approach to finances, individuals can cultivate a mindset of stewardship, ensuring their resources are used wisely for the well-being of both themselves and their communities.

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James Lasher is staff writer for Charisma Media.

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