State Treasurer Wants to Give Cash Back
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The Illinois State Treasurer Dan Rutherford has initiated a program called "Cash Dash." Here's how an ad in The Chicago Tribune described the new program:
The State [of Illinois] has collected more than $1 billion worth of lost or abandoned wealth that belongs to millions of Illinois residents. It includes everything from forgotten bank accounts to entire estates that have never reached their rightful owners. The "Cash Dash" program aims to give it all back.
The National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators claims, "Keep in mind that Illinois' unclaimed funds, money, cash, and property are gold mines just waiting to be discovered by their rightful owners." Dan Rutherford added, "[This program] is exciting to me because I want to see these valuable assets returned. I also hope everyone [doesn't] miss out on money or valuable assets the state is holding for them."
Christ doesn't have millions of dollars for you to claim, but he does have something with indescribable value with your name on it—forgiveness of sins through his atoning death and resurrection. These gifts are in the hands of the risen Lord, and he offers them to you today.