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When it rains, it pours-only it’s pennies from heaven.
Penny Haven, USA, suffers its worst drought, the third in a row. Crops and
orchards fail, and when 60-year-old Arliss Potts, the last of the small farmers in Penny Haven, loses his custodial job, he is at his wits end.
The Potts family, an African-American family, are a God-abiding family, and
try to live by the Ten Commandments. But when bills mount, Arliss’s faith
is tested. He trusts in the Lord and prays daily, but when it seems the family might lose their beloved farmstead, Arliss is just about ready to call it quits.
He prays and asks for a ‘sign.’ A sign for them to stay. If he doesn’t get a sign within a week of asking the Lord, Arliss decides to end it all and leave his family the life insurance policy so his family will be provided for and can stay on the farmstead they love.
The sign comes in a most unexpected way and tests Arliss Potts and his family’s faith in ways they never anticipated.