Yesterday’s journey was a blessing. Me, Corey, and Jeff traveled to Wellsville, KS to help a church feed people who are in need. I met many people who love the Lord and recognize what he has done in their life. I want to thank the young lady who God used to put it on my heart to go serve the families in need. I believe we served near two hundred different families. That is awesome and the Lord gave me the opportunity to speak and pray for several different people.
Before the prayer service I introduced myself and my friends and told them how God led us to them. Then I shared with them that after we are done here we are traveling to Reading, KS to deliver them water and other supplies. After we served all of the families they blessed us by giving a great amount of orange juice, potatoe salad, and bleackberries to take to Reading with us.
I had the opportunity to converse with a few of the elders, the pastor, and Mica, the worship team leader. I believe they may want me to come back and share my testimony and sing a few songs for them. We came back to Ottawa where I dropped off my friends and went to get something cool to drink.
I went to pick up my sister and Corey, we met Jerry at the church, loaded the water and headed west to Reading, Ks. When we got their it was a blessing. Seeing the damage that a tornado can do to a community in person is far different than seeing it on the news. My heart goes out to them, however I do know that the Lord was present. We met a couple of people, gave the water and other supplies to them which I know they appreciated. I then asked if we could all join hands because I would like to pray for them. The man said they never turn down prayer so I prayed. Thank you Lord for a wonderful day.
Recently I have been invited to many different places to share my testimony, and sing some songs so if you would all pray for me I would truly appreciate it from the bottom of my heart. I give God all glory for what he has done in my life. Hallelujah and Praise the Lord.
God bless you all this beautiful Sunday afternoon.