Take time to notice
This morning my friend and I met for coffee. There was a homeless man outside the coffee shop. Cheryl said she thought about the sermon at church this week as she passed by him. Pastor Stone had preached on John 9 where Jesus heals the blind man. He shared that people probably passed the blind man without even noticing him. My friend took the time to speak to the homeless man. Honestly, as I entered the shop I just passed by the man without even thinking about it. God really convicted my heart as I listened to my friend share that part of Pastor Stone's sermon. When I left I asked the man if he was hungry, if he needed anything to eat. He said, “No, I’m not hungry but I could use some water and I’m really having a hard time breathing. I think I need an ambulance.” It was obvious he was struggling so I went inside got him some water, and called 911. I was able to pray with Donnie as we waited for the paramedics. I’m so thankful for Pastor Stone's message. I’m sure Donnie is even more thankful. It taught me an important lesson about taking time to notice the blind that need Jesus. Please pray for Donnie.
A wave through the window
My son JordyTom and I have a thing, whenever we say goodbye, we hug. I don’t remember when it started. It’s just a given. We always do it. Today I dropped off food at his front door because he has COVID. Since the vaccine is no guarantee against this new variant, he waved at me thru the etched glass door. That’s when it started. Without warning the tears came pouring down my face. I couldn’t get my hug. Oh, I hate you COVID. Are you ever going to leave? Will we ever be free of you?
Do you have a tribe of prayer warriors?
Do you have a tribe of Prayer Warriors? When I lived in Jensen Beach these were the women I knew I could always count on to pray for me. I am thankful for each one of them. If you don't have a tribe of prayer warriors let me know. Everyone needs someone to prayer for them! #prayerchangeslives #prayerwarriors #mytribe
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The last house we lived in had an angel trumpet plant in the backyard. When we moved I brought some clippings with me. I wasn't sure if they would root but they did. Wow, are they beautiful! In just a little over a year, they are over 5' tall and filled with blooms.