The clothes I got rid of were replaced by personal wear that I sorely needed, by way of my Swagbucks efforts. This was at no cost to me.
When I get rid of food that I no longer have on my slightly-healthier menus, more food comes in. Just today, a friend called and I ran over to her home and she gave me food she did not need. I was able to keep some for myself while also giving some to a needy neighbor. Pssst! It included a piece of banana cream pie! Yes, I know - that is not a healthier choice, but I don't care.
When our charity crafters give away the things we've made, distributing them to the local needy, somehow more yarn for our work appears. Just today, someone dropped off a big bag and a little bag of yarn.
Father in heaven, thank you so much for your generosity. And please continue to encourage me to continue to de-clutter so I can get around to organizing for the projects you want me to handle. I could use an ongoing flow of fortitude and stamina and patience and wisdom along the way.