Dear God, help us to...
Do all the good we can,
By all the means we can,
In all the ways we can,
In all the places we can,
To all the people we can,
For as long as we can!
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LUNCH WITH GOD


A little boy wanted to meet God.


He knew it was a long trip to where God
lived, so he packed his suitcase with
Twinkies and a six-pack of Root Beer
and he started his journey.


When he had gone about three
blocks, he met an old man.


He was sitting in the park
just staring at some pigeons.


The boy sat down next to
him and opened his suitcase.


He was about to take a drink from
his root beer when he noticed that
the old man looked hungry, so
he offered him a Twinkie.


He gratefully accepted it
and smiled at him.


His smile was so pleasant that
the boy wanted to see it again,
so he offered him a root beer.


Again, he smiled at him.


The boy was delighted!


They sat there all afternoon eating
and smiling, but they never said a word.


As it grew dark, the boy realized how
tired he was and he got up to leave,
but before he had gone more than a
few steps, he turned around, ran back
to the old man, and gave him a hug.


He gave him his biggest smile ever.


When the boy opened the door to his own
house a short time later, his mother was
surprised by the look of joy on his face.


She asked him, "What did you do
today that made you so happy?"


He replied, "I had lunch with God."


But before his mother could respond,
he added, "You know what? God's got
the most beautiful smile I've ever seen!"


Meanwhile, the old man, also radiant
with a look of peace on his face, the
son asked, "Dad, what did you do
today that made you so happy?"


He replied, "I ate Twinkies
in the park with God."


However, before his son responded,
he added, "You know, he's much
younger than I expected."



Too often we underestimate the
power of a touch, a smile, a kind word,
a listening ear, an honest compliment, or
the smallest act of caring, all of which
have the potential to turn a life around.


Remember, sometimes God sends
people into our lives for a reason,
and sometimes just for a season,
and it could even be for a lifetime!


So, let’s not hesitate to have lunch with
God whenever the opportunity arises!
Do It With Love!
Do It With Love!
Do It With Love!
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Do It With Love!