God Spot: Food for the homeless…

I was proud of my sister-in-law this evening.  She is fresh from the DC area and has moved to beautiful San Antonio.  My bride and I took her to the riverwalk to have dinner and see all the lights and sights of Christmas.  The walkways along the river were busy with people.
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I missed the odd young lady asking for food or whatever you’d give her.  My sister-in-law didn’t miss the opportunity to give her the carry-out food package she was carrying.  The young lady hit a home run.  The food given was 1st class tasty pasta with chicken, garlic and sun dried tomatoes.  It was an awesome dish given by an awesome sister-in-law.
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I really hated being beat to the God Spot.  I think I will have to be a little more alert next time.
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Thank you, sis.  You are awesome!
archie
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As for the ride home, that is a horse of a different color.  I will just say, “God is alive and well.”

Surf to: http://www.freshc.org for a Fresh Connection…

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It is the desire of my heart that God be Lord of my life. Life’s experiences have killed the old man and God is building a new creation in me. I look forward to experiencing the new man God creates in the old vessel known as Archie via "God Spots".

One thought on “God Spot: Food for the homeless…”

  1. Thanks, Archie. it was delicious (also had artichokes and it was in a pesto sauce) and was perfectly packaged to be 2 meals — talk about God working — who were we to understand that there may have been a purpose in them not having 1 large container for my leftovers — that I had to put it into 2 containers — perfectly portioned for 2 meals for her?? I am just glad I could help someone.

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