The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness can never extinguish it.
A friend at work shared that he needed a small piece of wood for a hobby – I brought something for him the next day and he was very thankful.
This evening as we pulled into Starbucks we saw a young lady walking, carrying shopping bags, and a large mirror on her back. She looked tired. We stopped her to find out if she was heading home. She had walked from St. Jacob’s to Waterloo and was going to continue walking to her home in Kitchener. We were able to offer her a ride and a cold drink. We learned she had just moved here from another province. She knows no one and is looking for work. We will be lifting her up in prayer that she will find work. Thankful we could help to welcome her to her new hometown.
This morning, on our way to church, we noticed a man walking on the on ramp to the highway carrying a gas can. We stopped and asked him if he needed a lift. He was thrilled that someone noticed and gladly hopped in. We brought him where he needed to go and he was so grateful. Cool to be able to lend a helping hand in such a small yet significant way.