Great lesson on obedience from Oneta Hayes. May I be as faithful as she is in hearing God’s voice on giving to the homeless and those in need.
“Ooh, she looks cold,” I thought as I drove past the girl sitting on the bus bench at La Quinta Motel. “Yes,” I heard in my head, “Go back and give her your coat.” I kept driving. The words stuck. I drove on about four blocks, then turned around. “Okay, I’ll go back,” I might have sounded grouchy. Now what? “Give her your coat.”
What set up this situation I was in? The morning had gone as usual. Got ready for work. Went to the closet, put on my coat for the day. I chose my best coat. I liked it because it was a pretty color, sort of champagne, with flared back and furry stuff around the neck and down the front. Cost more than I generally paid for a coat so I didn’t wear it to work very often.
Off to work I go. I want to have…
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