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Not So Poor and Powerless…

22 Oct

Today we are re-blogging this post from Holy Ghost Bumps. We could relate to so much that Guy writes about and were greatly encouraged to be faithful to our Lord. May you be richly blessed as you read these words today.

Holy Ghost Bumps

Hand-to-HeavenA dear friend of mine shared this story with me recently, and I thought that I should share it with you here.  The story was in a totally different context than in the spiritual realm, but something he said opened the door for this post.  He said that I’m sure that you (meaning me) can find a way to relate this to the bible and your walk with Christ.  He was right.

He was raised in a poor household, in much the same way I was.  His father, though, gave him the tools that he needed to build a better life for himself.  They weren’t physical tools, mind you.  They were tools designed to help you persevere through life’s trials and difficulties.  Two of which were frugality and pride.  The frugality helped him to purchase his own lawnmower that he used to make money with as a young boy.  The…

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Posted by on October 22, 2013 in Grief, Spiritual and Emotional

 

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2 responses to “Not So Poor and Powerless…

  1. Ray's Mom

    November 9, 2013 at 8:41 PM

    A beautiful collage of voices and faces singing to our God. Enjoyed the post.

     
  2. Ray's Mom

    November 9, 2013 at 8:48 PM

    Reblogged this on JUSTICE FOR RAYMOND and commented:
    A beautiful tribute to our God on a wonderful Sunday. God bless those in grief, missing a loved. Bring peace and solace.

     

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