top of page

Of trucks and snacks?



Of trucks and snacks? Sharing doesn’t come naturally, as seen with my grandsons James and Jayson. Once, James took Jayson’s toy truck, adding it to his own collection. But later, after receiving two snacks to Jayson’s one, James walked over, patted Jayson on the head, smiled, and gave him his extra snack. A redeeming moment indeed.


Think about it. Sharing. At best we’re inconsistent and at worst we’re possessive. Wouldn’t it be great if we could be consistently sharing? How the world would change.


God’s Word tells us: “Better the poor whose walk is blameless than a fool whose lips are perverse (Proverbs 19:1).”


May the Lord challenge us to help the less fortunate, removing our excuses, fears, and lack of compassion. May He instill in us the will to share and seize daily opportunities for kindness and care. May God grant us the strength to fulfill His will consistently and lovingly, doing whatever we can, whenever we can, sharing both our trucks and our snacks, and embodying true generosity and compassion every day.


We pray. “Heavenly Father, challenge us to help the less fortunate, removing our excuses and fears. Instill in us the will to share and seize daily opportunities for kindness. Grant us strength to fulfill Your will consistently and lovingly, sharing generously and embodying compassion.  In Jesus Christ name. Amen.”


“Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself.

Each day has enough trouble of its own” (Matthew 6:34)

Comments


Of trucks and snacks?



Of trucks and snacks? Sharing doesn’t come naturally, as seen with my grandsons James and Jayson. Once, James took Jayson’s toy truck, adding it to his own collection. But later, after receiving two snacks to Jayson’s one, James walked over, patted Jayson on the head, smiled, and gave him his extra snack. A redeeming moment indeed.


Think about it. Sharing. At best we’re inconsistent and at worst we’re possessive. Wouldn’t it be great if we could be consistently sharing? How the world would change.


God’s Word tells us: “Better the poor whose walk is blameless than a fool whose lips are perverse (Proverbs 19:1).”


May the Lord challenge us to help the less fortunate, removing our excuses, fears, and lack of compassion. May He instill in us the will to share and seize daily opportunities for kindness and care. May God grant us the strength to fulfill His will consistently and lovingly, doing whatever we can, whenever we can, sharing both our trucks and our snacks, and embodying true generosity and compassion every day.


We pray. “Heavenly Father, challenge us to help the less fortunate, removing our excuses and fears. Instill in us the will to share and seize daily opportunities for kindness. Grant us strength to fulfill Your will consistently and lovingly, sharing generously and embodying compassion.  In Jesus Christ name. Amen.”


“Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself.

Each day has enough trouble of its own” (Matthew 6:34)

Comments


bottom of page