Sunday, April 6, 2008

Sharing God at work


I am not at a loss for words today I have about 3 blog posts I could do. I will begin with what an awesome God we serve. I was at work and a Grandma about 73 years old or so came in with her grandson she was fishing in her purse for money for them to had a ton of change and claimed to have forgotten her money at home. Now there are not to many chances at work for me to share God with people now God gave me a chance. I was watching this lady and praying and I knew what God wanted me to do. I went into the back and got my ATM card and bought there food she almost cried. She asked when I worked next. I told her to pay it forward or she could pay me back when she got the money or not it was OK I was doing what God wanted me to do. Now this is not about me it is about God. Can you imagine all the people at my work watching this why I don't know but they were. I was not being loud or anything just all of a sudden there they were watching. After the lady received her food and walk away they started asking questions and all I could tell them was I prayed and God wanted me to feed those people. It opened a way for me to share God and my faith in a place that is full of sin and sadness for me. All I can say is wow I love God so much.
P.S. The little boy had a happy meal and Grandma had a fish sandwich and water that was all she wanted so I know in my heart that this was truly a gift from god to me to be able to share God with the People at work...

4 comments:

Sis. Lori P. said...

That was very generous of you! Glad you had your ATM card so close...and that God gave you an opportunity to give.

Sister D said...

What a precious reminder of what opportunities the Lord lays before us to show His love to others. Sometimes I find myself praying the Lord will show me what I can do for Him and forget that it's in these small acts of Kindness that they see the heart of Jesus.

Sister charlotte said...

What a sweet thing the Lord did for you at work. I am thankful for your faith building storys. Please keep them coming. Love You.

Jules said...

Hello :) Thanks for your comment on my blog. I love meeting new siters. I have never been to Montana. I only really know brethern from Oklahoma and Colorado. And few and far between :) But it will be nice getting to know you :)