Hard times have affected a lot of people the past few years, and now they have even impacted the tooth fairy. Delta Dental, an insurance provider for dental coverage, recently commissioned a survey in which 1355 people responded.
In 2010, according to the survey, the average amount the tooth fairy left under a child's pillow was $2.52. In 2011, that amount dropped 16% to $2.10. That’s an average of 42 cents less for a lost tooth.
Paul writes good news to us in the New Testament—the value of God’s grace does not fall: 7 In him we have redemption through his blood, the forgiveness of sins, in accordance with the riches of God’s grace 8 that he lavished on us with all wisdom and understanding (Eph. 1:7-8.) NIV 1984 God’s grace does not drop in value because it is backed by the inexhaustible riches of God.
I'm glad that God's gift of grace does not drop in value. How about you?
Source: WORLD MAGAZINE