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Outcast and Alone

Posted on December 13, 2013 in General Ministry, Management, MMI, Patient Stories, Programs, Volunteering | 0 comments

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Many of us have experienced times when we feel that the world around us is falling apart, and yet through our faith and family we are given the support to endure. God assured us all that He was with us always, even unto the end of the world. What a comfort we have in Jesus. Can you imagine what it would be like without the opportunity to know Him?

We seek out those that are lost and alone. Many have become outcasts due to illness or lack of wealth. Are they different from us? No, they are just like us, but have not been given the same blessings we have been fortunate to receive. The biggest gift that is missing is to know Jesus and realize that we are never alone. Many of the people we reach are distraught, they are in a situation that seems to be impossible to overcome. Their family is sick, the community is dying off due to poor conditions, and without the training and support that our teams can provide, they will not survive.

It kind of makes our difficulties seem minor doesn't it? Why did God give us the gifts we have and yet others aren't so blessed? We may not know until we reach the Kingdom, but what we do know is that Jesus taught us that we are to seek out the meek, the blind, the lame, and mute. We can give these people answer to their cries for help. It is apparent to us that God has given us the tools and its our job to optimize them in service for others. It's an honor to serve God in this manner and you can join with us to reach the poorest of the poor. We need your prayers and financial support to keep this work going. Help us be the light in the darkness. Give now!