God has certainly provided a head on our shoulders and other abilities to provide for ourselves with effort. But when such fails at times, much of our assistance seems to come from godly associates who see our plight and offer assistance.
I used to believe that and was someone who was wholeheartedly and cheerfully generous with JWs in need, until my family was actually in need. It was then that the Elder™ my husband was working for decided to give the job to someone else in the congregation. Then it was "Well, I hope you don't expect the congregation to help you financially." A new Sister™ also confided in me that while she were studying with the Witnesses, rides to meetings were never a problem (the person was a single mom on welfare, had no car), but no sooner she was baptized, and she was told to make her own way to the meeting. Her comment was laced with bitter sarcasm: "Yeah, sure, you say you'd die for me, but you can't even bloody well be arsed to give me a ride to the Kingdom Hall."
This truly is a provision from God and we can be thankful. We look after orphans and widows in their tribulations, and when we see someone in need, we don't just say - go keep warm and well-fed.
Speaking from personal experience, that is complete and utter bull$h!t. That's what the Organization trumpets, and they expect any negative experience to be regarded as an "isolated incident" and "not representative of our brotherhood as a whole". The ones who looked after me and my family "in our tribulations" were not Jehovah's Witnesses. They were Muslims, and Hindus, and Christians (even Catholics, imagine that!!) and atheists, and Jews, and Rastafarians, and secular humanists, and homosexuals - our belief system did not make a difference as to whether they showed kindness and love to us. It was downright embarrassing how the Witnesses let us down, and Worldly People™ did not - it was then that I was thoroughly ashamed of being a JW. IMO, the JWs seemed to really enjoy watching our suffering, and felt entitled to add to the problems rather than offer even a smidgen of emotional support.