"... I was in prison and you came to Me ... "
~ Matthew 25:36
You will likely read this post after your celebration of Thanksgiving. Regardless of when you see this, it's not too late for you to breathe a prayer.
Our family had turkey dinner yesterday. Today I'll help lead a team of people going to the local county jail. Our church has a team of people who make Thanksgiving dinner for all the prisoners, and another group who meets with the prisoners for just a few moments to explain why we've done so. During those few moments we share a song or two, our love & encouragement, and the Gospel.
Would you be willing to take just a moment and ask the Lord to use our imperfect words in a lasting way in the lives of these people?
Thank you. May God bless you with the joy that flows from a heart full of gratitude.
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