Faith & Inspiration | Fourth in a once-a-quarter fiction series of short short stories
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 9/16/16, 01:00 am
Forty-year-old John McKnight was precise in his business and theology. He tithed 10 percent and kept a ledger book to make sure he didn’t sin. He tipped 15 percent and always had $1 bills and quarters in his pocket so he could leave the right amount. He marked up the windows he sold by 20 percent. His bank balance increased by 25 percent each year.