Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Give...

If you read Life with Lynnie (LwL) yesterday, you'll know that my granddaughter, A didn't come with me to worship.

First thing in the morning, A's mom, my daughter, B told me that I could pick up, A. But later, she contacted me and let me know A was feeling sick, coughing and sneezing. 

Please, find it in your heart to pray for healing for my granddaughter, A.  Thank you.  May God bless you...

So, instead of A joining me to worship, I went alone.

I felt badly that A wasn't able to come with me.  I know she loves Sunday school! 

However, I also know she loves joining me with all our church family, when we participate together with our pot-luck luncheons.  Just like we had, after our worship service.

Other people let me know they felt badly that A wasn't there with us.

This touched my heart.  And, so did looking at some of the food that I knew A, loved to eat!

Even so, I enjoyed my time and food with my church family.

Afterwards, I made my way further west, across town.  I did this to see my daughter, P for a short time. 

While there, I picked up my vitamins that had been delivered to her home, instead of mine. 

Plus, I dropped off some boxes at P's home.  Thank you, my grandson, Z!  I appreciated you carrying them inside your home!  May God bless you.

No.  P, is not moving.  But, someone else is, who needs them.  So, they'll pick them up, there at P's home.

The person had asked for help.  And, I had agreed to do what I could.  Just as I had done for them on Friday, also.

Thinking about what I did for that person, brought to mind... Matthew 5:42, "Give to him that asketh thee, and from him that would borrow of thee turn not thou away."

Yes, we need to give to those who ask of us, and we need to not turn away from anyone.

I must admit, I do whatever I can.  Whenever I can.

And, don't expect anything from anyone, in return.

Those I sometimes help, don't always thank me.  But, it's okay. 

Even though it would be nice if they did, it isn't always done by people in this generation.  So, I just accept life the way it is.

To me, the most important thing is that they come to know Jesus.  And, gain salvation by trusting in/believing upon Him.

This, would be so much better than anything else in their lives.

Hopefully, you've gained salvation.

If you have, I'll look forward to meeting you.  Either somewhere here on earth at some time. 

Or, in Heaven!


Until next time...

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