Blessing someone in need
Sometimes, you have to follow your heart. One morning, me and my wife was dropping my brother off at his car and I saw this woman with eight kids, including a baby, pushing what seemed like their entire belongings in a couple of buggies.
I felt bad for them. I told my wife we should do something. She said, “Chon, but we have to go to church.”
“I know it,” I said. As I was pulling off, my heart and mind wouldn’t let me turn in the direction I was supposed to go. I drove down to the family and asked, “Is there anything that I can do?”
She said eight kids is too many. The little girl told her mother that her feet was hot and hurting. I went to McDonald’s and bought every last one of them some food and took it back to them.
They was so excited that the mother cried and thanked me. I looked at my clock and thought, “I’m late for church, but it’s alright because church will be there. This family may not.”
Take the time to help those in need.