And this story has no connection with the Golds, but I can't resist it:
"The congregation in a small rural Fujian country church decided to repaint the church, but only had enough money for about ten gallons of paint. They did it anyway, in faith, praying that the paint would not run out, even as the oil did not run out in the Old Testament story of Elijah and the widow. When the paint ran low, they added paint thinner, but managed to complete the entire wooden church with just ten gallons of paint!
But no sooner had they finished, a very untimely (for that season) thunderstorm broke upon the church, washing off much of the paint that had been thinned. And a voice from heaven said, "Repaint, and thin no more!"