Show your love to others, be a hugger
“But seek first of all His kingdom and His righteousness, and then all these things taken together will be given you besides.” Matthew 6:33
Spending time with God is a vital necessity in life today and everyday. We cannot function properly in our responsibilities given to us by God. There are many things He expects us to do on His behalf. Such as giving that human touch when someone needs a hug that they can hug back physically.
Don’t ever be afraid to reach out to someone if the Lord has placed it in your spirit to do so. I know not everyone is a hugger, but we all have our own unique way of showing love to others, so use it to the best of your ability. Always be willing and available to be used by God in situations He may put you in. There is most definitely a reason we wind up at certain places around certain people in certain conversations, so be alert and not let opportunity slip by you.
We are yet praying for all the sick and shut-ins and all the victims of the latest storms.
Names of those on our list: Mae Derricks, Doris Holifield, Joel Hunt, MacArthur Roberts, Leroy Roberts, Mary Smith, Juanita Banks, Robert Derricks, Betty Nell White, Innette Bradford, Roger Bobbitt, Genevia Harris, Joyce Hughes.
Prayers of comfort and peace for those families in the valley of sorrow: McCarter, Jones, Hardy, and Edwards, and Fortenberry.
And very heartfelt prayers for the entire Scott Central High School and Staff as they deal with the loss of a fellow classmate and student!