a visit and breakfast. As we were eating a black men came in with his daughter; I nodded good morning as him came in. I asked if it is two-year-old daughter was his bodyguard. This struck up a conversation; Kristi and I were leaving at the same time as he was. He joined his
wife in the car; he waved at me. I stayed there looking at him, wondering if this was the Lord
wanting me to engage him with prayer? Their car didn't move and he continued to look at me. As I started walking toward his car he got out; I told him that I believe that the Lord wanted me to pray for he and his family. He said that he would like that. His name was Jonathan and his wife's name is Rose and they had two girls. He lived in the Calhoun area. I asked the Lord to help me pray for him and He did. I thanked him for being a godly husband and father; we talked about the need for fatherhood in our country. I turned to Rose and told her that she needed to honor her husband because he needed honor more than he needed oxygen. If she didn't honor him he could not love her the way she needed to be loved. He told me that his wife had passed the doughnut shop and he exclaimed, "Don't you smell those doughnuts let's turn around and get some." He saw that this meeting was ordained by God. He was excited about what had happened.
A practical teaching thought; Jesus said, "I always do those things that I see my Father do."
Practically how does this work in our lives, the same way it worked in Jesus's life! Blind Bart
Emmaus cried out to Jesus for healing; Jesus could ask himself this question, "Is this something that is accidental or is my Father speaking to me to do something." When people were drawn to Jesus for help; could he say, "I see my Father speaking to me?" Peter and John experienced the same thing as they went up to the temple to pray in the book of acts. The blind man looked up at them and was asking for alms, could Peter and John say, "We see our heavenly Father saying something."
In Jesus Service
Pastor: Robert Lindsay