Somewhere years ago I ran across an aphorism which read: “The greatest joy in life is to do a good deed by stealth and be found out by accident.” For some reason it stuck with me, and on occasion I have tried to live by it. Many years ago, I was driving through a poor neighborhood in Minneapolis, a slum really. I went back later and took down several addresses, then went to the bank and cashed a one hundred dollar check — asking for five 20s. I wrote anonymous notes, saying simply, “God wants you to have this”. I enclosed each one in a plain envelope along with one of the $20 dollar bills and mailed them. I don’t know who received them. This side of the Kingdom the recipients will never know who sent the money or where it came from. I hope they were puzzled over the note. I won’t have the joy of being “found out by accident”. It doesn’t matter. The greater joy is that God knows. That’s enough!