Friday, February 11, 2011


First of all sorry that it has been so long since I have posted! I was really sick for about two weeks!

Last night I went to the local grocery store to pick up a few items for dinner. When I first went in I saw a young gal that I used to work with a few years ago and she was visiting with a gentlemen so I smiled and gave her a side hug and kept shopping. She told me that she would see me before I would leave. I picked up a few items and she sure enough found me in the check out line and walked with me out to the car. I love this girl. She is a sweetie and I used to pray for her when we worked together. Jesus was so good to give me opportunities to share and pray with her about various subjects. Whenever she needed to sell a car we would pray and God would be faithful to provide the customers to purchase a vehicle!

Well, last night she told me how much she missed having me pray for her and praying with me. She told me that she still tells people about how much she loved working with me and loved our prayer times. While I was talking to her another young lady, whom I work with now, came up and I introduced them to each other. I pray with her too :) I enjoyed that few minutes of time so very much!

God really used those two "coincidental" meetings to minister to me! I realized that maybe, just maybe I have made a difference in one person's life! Oh what a blessing! But wait, not just one life, but I have had the privilege to speak into two lives! I cried on the short car ride home to think what an honor I have had to have the opportunity to pray for two young ladies. Two divine appointments to be Jesus with skin on, and for that I am honored.

Don't miss those opportunities. They are so important. Look for them. I have prayed for many people but you never know who it really touches. But I know this, if I throw enough seed far and wide some will take root. I have always said that I would have moved to Burley even if only one person would receive Christ. I am abundantly blessed. The enemy would like us to think that we make no difference and that we live our lives for Christ in vane but we know different! So be faithful, all of the time. You never know when something so simple, as praying for someone in a moment will truly touch their life.

Throwing Seed Everywhere!


1 comment:

  1. I love this blog post too, my friend (loved the royalty one). Thank you for your faithfulness. Plus, I really love the picture next to this post with you and Jason smooching on the naughty and nice mobile...
    :) Love you,