We thank God who gave us a car, we do door-to-door evangelism and food delivery, and because the car belongs to us, we utilize each time effectively to reach out to different individuals sharing what they pass through. We are not in a hurry because the car belongs to us, not hired, so we give time to those we reach out to.
Life is full of challenges, my dear friends. When you are in good health, give glory to God. There is someone out there sick and cannot eat. What I learned today is to be grateful to Jesus. I won’t dwell here, but today, I met a 64-year-old granny identified as Jane cascading tears of despair because she was slowly losing her sight.
Jane was hospitalized months ago with an unknown eye ailment, but nothing has changed. Faced with this strange phenomenon, JFM found Jane seated at the door crying only with a granny’s son to comfort her. It is misery in Jane’s home square. Jane informed JFM how they took a sample from her to be analyzed in the hospital laboratories, but the results showed nothing.
Our eyes are how we perceive colors, objects, and light. We are lost without eyes, and life becomes more black and white. JFM is ranked as the most significant contributor towards humanity in every situation we contribute because we are a blessing to humanity.
We prayed to God for a miracle to regain her sight in the name of Jesus.