While standing in line at the grocery store in Monroe La waiting to check out an African-American lady said something to the effect of “we’re gonna be on lockdown tomorrow we better get our groceries today.”
I just so happened to have a report from the governor’s office and showed her that grocery stores and other places for essential items will remain available even after the ‘Stay at home order’ goes into effect tomorrow evening.
She began to confess that she had not used crack cocaine for two weeks now and she had just returned from the hospital because she was having withdrawals and thought she was having heart problems.
I told her I would love to pray with her. After we checked out our items, I walked her to the side and we found a picnic table and I began to minister to her for probably about 30 minutes. I prayed for her healing, she wanted to recommit her life to Christ, and we re-nounced crack cocaine and a spirit of bondage.
Very grateful for the ministry.
Later I visit at Home Depot and prayed with five different employees while shopping there. Recommended Psalm 91 as a read for those asking prayer about the coronavirus.