Today's Scripture: "And He went away again beyond the Jordan to the place where John was baptizing at first, and there He stayed." Jn 10:40
5925. Believing something is finished is the reason little is. JG
Today the residents of South Florida are preparing for another hurricane/tropical storm. Southern Texas has already seen the devastation of one. The thing they both share in common is misplaced people and the need to others to help. You never know when your help is needed, but then again most people don't expect to do anything but watch and be sympathetic.
This morning I was privileged to lead a group of praying disciples as I do every Thursday morning. Among those attending was a man who is staying with one of our group. Referred from a disciple in Tupelo, MS, this man is needing need getting back on his feet. The fact he was given a car with title and sent to someone willing to give him safe shelter tells you something about our group.
This is not the first person to receive housing from this disciple and his wife. They have provided shelter, food and fellowship to many others over the years. At the same time they introduce their guests to other people who will pray and possibly help. Only time will tell how this has affected lives in a positive way. It also serves notice that the rest of us should be equally prepared to serve.
Thank you, Lord, for seeing my need and providing for me over the top.
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