LAST CALL

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It was a normal Sunday

I was leaving to go pray

My employee was waiting for me in my driveway

He showed me his medical reports and X-rays

His wife was in intensive care

He didn’t have any health care

He asked to borrow money until his payday

I told him I have no money to give away

Now get out of my way so I can go pray

After we said a prayer,Father asked,

We need new chairs, is their anyone

Who wants to invest in God’s way

I stood up and presented myself

The way everyone looked at me

I was so flattered that it made my day

The moment I was checking out the order for chairs

My employee’s wife checked out

From the  world and  flew away

YAZ

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68 responses to “LAST CALL

  1. Such poignant words… Helping another is as important, if not more, as supporting your religious causes directly.. I guess, if you believe in Him, he wil see what you do, and you get your Heaven points, maybe even double, for helping another…

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  2. My friends, what good is it to say you have faith, when you don’t do anything to show that you really do have faith? Can that kind of faith save you? If you know someone who doesn’t have any clothes or food, you shouldn’t just say, “I hope all goes well for you. I hope you will be warm and have plenty to eat.” What good is it to say this, unless you do something to help? Faith that doesn’t lead us to do good deeds is all alone and dead! (James 2:14-17 CEV).

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  3. Perhaps someday, you will find a chair of your own. Who will be sitting in it? Only you can know, in the approach… One wonders what to say…

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  4. hauntingly beautiful…where & how will we store up our treasures…and more importantly will we share the time & treasures we’ve been given so that they may be pleasing to Him as a Heavenly reward… Hugs!!

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