Mar 29 2010

Make a Difference Monday!

It's Make a Difference Monday! Any great stories of how you've made a difference for someone? Has someone done something cool for you? Tell us about it!
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3/23/2010 3:18:02 AM
Amy Zeigler United States
Amy Zeigler
I know I love to receive a compliment, so I decided to contact a few people today and just give them a shout-out that they are doing a great job.  My daughter's band teacher has been coming in early to help her before school because she is behind.  He is so dedicated to the elementary band.  So I sent an e-mail to the principal telling her of his dedication and how very fortunate the school is to have him.  She wrote me back with the most beautiful e-mail thanking me for taking time to send her some positive news.  (I'm sure principals don't always get a ton of compliments!!)  Thinking back to your show a few weeks ago when you spoke of the 23,000 teachers being laid off in CA, which broke my heart, take a moment to thank those who educate your kids!
3/23/2010 3:23:41 AM
Victoria Hambleton United States
Victoria Hambleton
My Mom and I are making Easter baskets to take to local nursing homes. I've crocheted the baskets and Mom bought candies to put in plastic Easter eggs with scripture verses. This is a way to bring God's word to some important but sometimes forgotten senior citizens. It brings us great joy to honor God and my own grandparents that have passed away. Thank you Scott and Kelly for make a difference Monday!
3/23/2010 3:31:10 AM
Misty United States
Misty
Despite the falling out my friend and I had a little over a week ago, and she doesn't want to hear from me except a quick hello at school, I took a HUGE leap of faith and e-mailed her some encouraging words. Now I pray that she hangs onto those words. I told her I believed in her and dreams and to keep hanging onto God. I wouldn't have done this if I wasn't lead by God. So I pray this makes a difference in her life-I have a good feeling it will"). Pray for our friendship that God will heal it and things will be better the second time around!!
3/23/2010 3:37:31 AM
Larry United States
Larry
This morning one of my co-workers came in and told me that over the weekend his fiancee had had some complications in her pregnancy.   He started talking negatively as if the complications automatically meant she had miscarried.  Well after he told me this I asked him if he wanted the baby to be ok.  Well of course he said yes.  So I then told him to stop talking negatively because once the words left his mouth he could not take them back and that once he spoke them the evil one could use them against him.  Once he left I prayed -- as hard as I could -- for him the baby and the baby's mother.....  When my co-worker came back into the office this afternoon -- when he ran in screaming and yelling I should say -- His first words were "The doctors arent sure how it happened but the baby is fine and as healthy as can be!" He then just said "thank you Larry for whatever you said to God..." I told him I didnt do anything but talk to my Father and asked Him to do what was best in His time and His will!  But I could just see in the man's eyes.... tears of joy streaming down his face..... that I had played a small part in that miracle.  What an awesome God we serve!
3/23/2010 3:39:13 AM
Elizebeth United States
Elizebeth
My daughters ages 9 & 12 will do their first act of witnessing on Saturday. We are taking plastic eggs and putting a chocolate heart in each one with the verse John 14:1 "Do not let your heart be troubled. Trust in God; trust also in me" - Jesus All they will do is say, "He has risen" and hand total strangers the eggs.... They will be doing this at a local store with my supervision. ~Elizebeth from Cabot, AR
3/23/2010 3:41:00 AM
Alyssa Scarborough United States
Alyssa Scarborough
I am a senior in high school in Phoenix, AZ and a fellow classmate died in a car accident early early Saturday morning. I won't go into detail, but he died basically on impact(the car hit a tree). The girl that was with him though got out with some cuts and bruises but she's out of the hospital and holding up the best she can. It was a REALLY rough day at school for soooo many people. It seems everyone knew this kid. But it was amazing to see the class of 2010 rally together in such a difficult time and the school was covered in pink in remembrance. On his parking spot everyone gathered this morning and his favorite songs were played as everyone just stood there in silence. I didn't know the kid, but it was amazing to see everyone come together. It broke my heart to see the heart ache and the devastation on hundreds of tear stained faces. Everyone really made a difference though and I was proud to be apart of such a supportive class. Even students from other schools participated in wearing pink and I'm sure that really had an impact on his friends and family.
3/23/2010 4:20:29 AM
Sarah United States
Sarah
My 11 year old daughter Paris has loved Jesus for most of her young life. She is very popular at school. Her teacher called me one evening to let me know about something that happened at school that day. The teacher had everyone in the class write an anonymous note to someone in the class saying something nice. They couldn't write it to anyone they usually hung out with. Paris decided to write to a girl named Paige. This girl was a bigger girl who usually stayed inside for recess and ate lunch with the teacher because pwople made fun of her. Paris said in her note, "I would really like to be your friend and for you to eat lunch with me and my friends from now on." She signed it. Paris got 6 notes, Paige only got the one. The teacher said thru tears that she had never had a student like Paris, I told her she loved Jesus. Her teacher said, It shows. Paris told her friends, this is Paige and she's our new friend.
3/23/2010 4:21:44 AM
Janet United States
Janet
today while i was going home a ladie next to me, and i over heard her talking about how she lost her wallet.
so there i sat and i prayed for her
for god to help her find her wallet and for god also to bless the path she is on.
i felt love for this girl like i cared alot that she got her wallet backk
i thank the lord that i can love a person as a friend without even knowing them.
3/23/2010 4:24:24 AM
Teri United States
Teri
This past Wednesday night I was facing several days of being really down. There has been several issues getting me down, one being that I have had 3 eye surgeries and they were getting ready to do another one.
As I was in the shower I prayed and asked for some sign that God is and has been with me. I felt he spoke back to me and said "I am here if you will only open your eyes". I told Him that I understand this and asked Him to open my eyes.
The next day while sitting at work listening to KLOVE and not thinking of much but work, I suddenly felt this warmth of arms around me. It was so comforting as I hadnt even been thinking of my prayer or my issues. I thought at first that I may have felt a longing and imagined that feeling and tried to get it again. It was impossible, but then I realized what song I was listening to on the radio...... Safe In His Arms". I had cold chills go thru me. Then as I looked out the window to thank God, it was clear blue skies with the exception of this curved white cloud that looked like an arm circling around someone. I was overwhelmed with joy and began crying at work.
Thank you Lord for being there.
3/23/2010 4:28:37 AM
DeeDee LaChance United States
DeeDee LaChance
My twin grandsons race outlaw go-karts.  There are a couple of boys that race in the same class with them who have a sticker on their kart that says, "Racers for Christ."  I have one of these stickers on the back of my car.  I am a huge fan of NASCAR and NHRA!  They are preparing to go into the next class up.  They asked me if I could get them one of these stickers so that when they got their new go-karts they could add it to the wing of their kart! They do go to church on occasion and I get to spend every Monday afternoon with them and at times feel that I am not doing enough to influence them in the path of following Christ.  Yet, they have seen this bumper sticker on my car for several years and listen to KLOVE whenever they are with me.  I even heard them singing along with the music the past few Mondays!  God is working on their precious hearts.  They know how I feel about the Lord. You never know who you are ministering to and who is listening or watching.  Even though I might not always say the right word they are watching my actions!
3/23/2010 4:44:28 AM
MJ United States
MJ
I dont have a story of how I have made a difference for someone else but I do have a story of how a group of people have made a difference in my life. The past three months have been the Hardest and Darkest ones in all my life. There were points when i was ready to just throw in the towel and end all the pain and despair. One day I finally made up my mind to do it and i was getting ready to take that final step when Klove came on the radio. I dont remember what song it was or who was singing it but I just felt this overwhelming sense that i was being held in the hands of God. God used Klove to save my life that day and has used you guys, through the knowledge that you are praying for me and all the music you play to show me that he is here with me every step of the way. From the bottom of my heart I just wanted to thank everyone there at Klove. Praise be to God.            

In Christ Forever,
MJ
3/23/2010 4:57:41 AM
Vicky United States
Vicky
I experienced the loss of my only sibling at the beginning of my Freshman year of high school.  Becky was my best friend, and I don't think I would have survived without her being there for me.  That was 33+ years ago.  This morning, I got a message from her on Facebook that she had a dream about the two of us catching up.  She is a pastor's wife in Michigan, and I live in Arizona.  She told me that she appreciated my friendship and loved me.  I know that God knew I needed to hear that today.
3/23/2010 4:59:05 AM
Paula United States
Paula
My friend has premature triplets that are one week old today.  They were born at 26 weeks.  She called me today & when I asked her how she was she began to cry.  By chance (or not!) I was home & she lives around the block from me so I was able to go be with her.  She told me that one of the boys has a brain bleed on both the right & left hemispheres of his brain & that the dr told them that he is at risk for developmental concerns & that this is a "wait & see" type of situation.  They also told her that the other boy may have to have surgery on his intestines tomorrow.  All 3 of her babies are under 2 lbs right now.  She was just so sad & not feeling like there was very much hope.  She kept saying that this is not what she wanted for her babies.  She believes in God, however I am not sure that she has given her life to Him.  I was able to hold her while she cried & pray out loud for her & her husband & their kids!  She was so touched by this!  She told me that by remembering that He is in control she can have hope!  During this Easter week I feel priveleged to be able to share His hope with my dear friend to encourage her!  
3/23/2010 10:27:59 AM
Greg- United States
Greg-
Last night as I was talking to my 19 year old son just before bed, as we finished up, he said "Good Night Dad".

Michael NEVER says Good Night - it's usually a grunt or something similar as he turns over in his own bed.

This is a really small thing, but it made my day to know that yesterday, he cared enough to say something that was important to me.

God blesses us with beautiful children, regardless of their challenges.  I saw that last night.
3/23/2010 10:35:06 AM
Diana Wright United States
Diana Wright
I heard live on the radio a Beautiful caller that called about having an organ donated by a small child from a car accident. And how she wanted to Thank the family. I am a daughter to a Wonderful Father who passed to be with the Maker in 93' and we donated his kidney's, his cornea, his liver all to different people who were with diabetes and in need of transplants. My Dad was a nice man who would of given the shirt off of his back to any stranger in need. I have not heard from any of the people that were donated. The caller touched my heart knowing that you are alive and doing well. Blessings
3/23/2010 11:05:51 AM
Terri Ford United States
Terri Ford
My family and my church family made a difference in my life on Saturday but it has carried me through to Monday and beyond. I have been diagnosed as if Sept. 2008 with terminal cancer I had 5 rounds of chemo at that time and praise God it worked. It gave me 13 months without chemo. But as of March 5th this year the cancer is back so I'm back in chemo again. Lost my hair again. All that aside, because God is awesome and He is helping me through each and every day. Okay now for the make a difference story. This awesome group of Christian couples in my church including my daughter sent me to spend the night with my other daughter while they striped my bedroom down for a total makeover. When I got home Saturday afternoon they were all at my house waiting for me so they could show me what they had been doing. It is the most awesome room ever. It looks like something out of a magazine. I feel like I'm in a dream all that was missing was the TV crew shooting the episode. LOL My friends just wanted to lift and encourage me. Well it worked. I'm so loving my new room I don't want to come out it is such a relaxing place to be. Thank God for these awesome friends of mine. My God friends I love you all.
3/23/2010 11:40:50 AM
LaDawna United States
LaDawna
I was very blessed to see what a difference I made today. I didn't just simply open a door for someone, instead of going through the door next to the one they were walking out of, I purposefully went over to their door and opened it. I could see in their face and hear in their "thank you" that I made a difference.
3/23/2010 11:55:09 AM
Rebecca Walmann United States
Rebecca Walmann
Scott & Kelli,

I just wanted to let you know that I LOVE YOUR SHOW!! You both give me so much encouragement. Honestly, K-LOVE is the ONLY radio station that I listen to. At any rate, I wanted to share a couple of stories with you for "Make A Difference Monday". I have called the station, but you folks are so popular I couldn't get through! At any rate, some time ago I was at a local (expensive) fast food restaurant. When I pulled up to pay my bill the fellow was like "You do not have to pay, the man ahead of you paid for you." Astonished, I did NOT believe this man (My bill was almost $10!!) After this, I said whenever I am at this restaurant I will pay for the person behind me. Well, I went to it a couple months later and I paid for this man's meal. He was SO gracious - it was incredible. I always tell the drive- thru person to simply say "Pay it forward" in hopes they will pay for the person behind them. As I drove off this man honked furiously at me, obviously telling me to stop and wait for him. Since I was on my way to work, I ignored him and drove down a major road.  The restaurant staff advised them to follow me!! As I pulled into the parking lot, this man pulled up behind me...(he followed me for at least 5 minutes). He said "Were you just at ______ restaurant?" I said "...Yes" He said, "Did you just pay for my meal??" "Yes..." I answered. He was so blown away and said..."Why did you do that?! That is so amazing." Then, I explained the thought of the movie Pay It Forward. He was so appreciative and said "Wow, the Lord has a great way of making a small difference in someone's life. This MADE MY DAY!!!!" (His bill was seriously only $2.33 and he was ecstatic. Even though I paid his bill and "made his day" he made my day, and month by his graciousness.

Keep on doing great amazing things! Love this idea of "MADM" Great Radio Station, LOVE K-LOVE

Sincerely,
Rebecca
3/23/2010 12:33:58 PM
Mike Sasso United States
Mike Sasso
How about make a difference Friday, March 26?  I was on vacation on the island of Maui.  My family and I were snorkeling and pretty far from shore when I had an allergic reaction to something.  I could breathe but O2 was not being processed well.  I told my wife that I had to go in and she would have to help our daughter get in.  I took off my mask and snorkel and rolled over on my back trying to keep breathing, relax and not panic. The trip was grueling, with every kick of my feet I lost more and more air.  I was praying the whole way first asking to make it to land then asking God to take care of my family if that was not his will.  About then I met my “Guardian Angel” he was a big Hawaiian with a white outrigger kayak.  There was no other reason for him to be there except to be sent there by God. I asked him “hey man can you give me a tow?  His reply was “my boat is soft just hang on lose and I’ll get you to where you can stand”. And he did.  Then the next thing I noticed while I’m laying on the beach coughing up blood is him on a cell phone calling for help.  Help came in the form of Sheridan Hotel workers with O2 and everything else that I needed so desperately.  All of them were gifts from God. When help came my “Guardian Angel” faded away never to be seen by me again.  When the EMT’s arrived they took my blood O2 to find it less than 90 even after getting some O2. Not good, they said I would have not been able to kick those last few feet on my own. Well the foot prints in the sand story must really be true, even if he sends a big Hawaiian with a soft white boat to carry me along.

Thanks
Mike
3/23/2010 12:50:26 PM
Mindy United States
Mindy
All day Saturday as I listened to the radio, I heard about MADM. I thought all day of what I might do, and then on Sunday, it hit me. I was grocery shopping after church, and the store had small 4" pots of tulips, daffodils, and other spring flowers. I pick a few of them up, and today when I stopped at the Mini-mart to get my tea, after paying, I handed one of the flowers to the woman behind the counter. All I said to her is " I hope I made a difference in your day today. God's blessings on you." As I walked out of the store I saw her with the flowers up to her nose inhaling their perfume, and smiling. I think I made a difference today.
3/23/2010 1:20:34 PM
Mike Sasso United States
Mike Sasso
How about make a difference Friday, March 26?  I was on vacation on the island of Maui.  My family and I were snorkeling and pretty far from shore when I had an allergic reaction to something.  I could breathe but O2 was not being processed well.  I told my wife that I had to go in and she would have to help our daughter get in.  I took off my mask and snorkel and rolled over on my back trying to keep breathing, relax and not panic. The trip was grueling, with every kick of my feet I lost more and more air.  I was praying the whole way first asking to make it to land then asking God to take care of my family if that was not his will.  About then I met my “Guardian Angel” he was a big Hawaiian with a white outrigger kayak.  There was no other reason for him to be there except to be sent there by God. I asked him “hey man can you give me a tow?  His reply was “my boat is soft just hang on lose and I’ll get you to where you can stand”. And he did.  Then the next thing I noticed while I’m laying on the beach coughing up blood is him on a cell phone calling for help.  Help came in the form of Sheridan Hotel workers with O2 and everything else that I needed so desperately.  All of them were gifts from God. When help came my “Guardian Angel” faded away never to be seen by me again.  When the EMT’s arrived they took my blood O2 to find it less than 90 even after getting some O2. Not good, they said I would have not been able to kick those last few feet on my own. Well the foot prints in the sand story must really be true, even if he sends a big Hawaiian with a soft white boat to carry me along.
Thanks
Mike
3/23/2010 1:54:03 PM
Angelia Roberts United States
Angelia Roberts
My best friend found out 5 yrs ago last February that she had 3-6 months to live acording to the doctors. She has prayed that she would make it to see her youngest daughter graduate High School more able to take care of herself. Three times they have told her 3-6 months and she kept praying. She has even amazed the doctors. Her regular doctor says she shouldn't be here but only by the grace of God is she still with us. She has right side congestive heart failure, pulmonary hypertention, liver disease (functioning @10% since 05)diabetes, neuropathy, spleen eats her plateletts(keeps her very tired). She is oxygen 24/7. She is a single Mom of 16 yr old girl(an 11th gr honor roll student) and 22 yr old son, who quit school at 16 to take care of his mother and has since then gotten the 3rd highest score on the GED. He only works part time 3rd shift, because someone has to be with her all the time.  Her oldest daughter died of pneumonia complicated by diabetes 6 months after my friends diagnosis. She is an amazing women who gets no breaks. If she is finds a dime somehow 40 cents gets taken away. She gets a SSI check for her and her daughter which in no way pays the bills yet she manages. She never asks for anything to be given to her. Even trying to pay me gas money for taking her grocery shopping. I never take it and she can't stand it. Her first husband died many years ago, her second husband died and her third husband is terminal. He is the 16 yr olds father.She hasn't had anyone to take care of the house up keep in years.She never said anything about what was going on till her bathroom floor fell in a month ago and had no choice. She is in the hospital right now and can not come home to the house the way it is. Water damage was bad not only in the bath but kitchen as well. A christian non profit agency found out and scheduled a contractor to come last Saturday morning. At 7 am on Sat. They cancelled taking not only labor but the budget with him. Her former sister in law called me at 7:30 and told me. Right there on the phone we said this has to happen. So she made calls and I made calls. I grabbed my husbands tools including compressor and framing nailer, axes and such. Off I went to lumber store paid for it myself. The other lady was there with 4 other people and we started. An hour later my friends at the fire dept showed up. Firefighters love to tear things up. Other friend and friends of friends showed up. The first day we ripped out the old rotten wood and put new floor joist in and sub floor. It was wonderful. Today the guy who volunteered to put sheet rock came. My husband is working on electrical and I am trying to find others to help in anyway. Money is always appreciated, building supplies, labor skilled and unskilled. We need everything from Tile installer, to food delivered. As of this time it is only me and my husband. I don't know what to do, everyone I ask has their own story of why they can't. I have been ready to cry all day but I crank up KLOVE which has kept the tears at bay. My dear friend gets out of the hospital Wed 31st and can't come home and has no where else to go. My house is in the middle of remodel too, a disaster area. Her environment has to be clean.I have only slept about 4 hours a night if that. Spending the rest of the day here at her house. Her son will be here tomorrow to work after he sleeps. He has worked the last 3 nights with almost no sleep. Her daughter is visiting her Dad out of state till the end of the week. My husband goes back to work tomorrow.Most of my friends have to work during the week. I am absolutely about to break down. WHERE ARE ALL THE "MAKE A DIFFERENCE MONDAY" people in my area???? I will keep plugging away at her house while hoping and praying hard for the miracle I need. Please pray my friend gets to come home on wed. and sees her daughter graduate May of 2011.
3/23/2010 2:02:34 PM
stacy paetz United States
stacy paetz
hello precious sister, Kelli and brother, Scott!
thank you again for letting me share my story about Mark on the show today. i was trying to share as much as i could w/out taking too much time (i work in TV, so i understand the value of a minute!)  i didn't mention that Mark, the self-professed agnostic, is over 50-years-old. he's so set in his ways and incredibly intelligent...so he challenges some of what i confess in my love of the Lord...that's ok with me because he's asking the questions!  i continue to replay it over and over in my mind of his admitted conversation with God in the shower. God is so faithful!  may He continue to use us in ways beyond measure for the glory of His Kingdom!  much love!
3/23/2010 2:08:36 PM
Jaelyn Friberg United States
Jaelyn Friberg
This is my reqest for "Make a diference Monday". I was wanting to make a new albem of books so I started making a list. While I was making the list, I realized in my heart that this is what God made me for. That's when I realized God was turning me into a women that's starting her job for God was growing inside of her. It also told me that everyone can start was God had planed for them when the felt like it. May this pass among others all over the world God has created for them.
3/23/2010 2:41:13 PM
Shirley D Canada
Shirley D
2 months ago i was so downcast, no hope and started doubting God's promises for my life plus the fact had no christian radio to listen too since am so far from home. I lost hope for my life in so many aspects, then one day as i was looking for an internet radio i decided to give K-Love a chance, i have never regretted it since then. Thank you guys for the encouragement and inspiration each day. Living in a foreign country has been made easy because of you. Each day God is healing me, restoring my faith and teaching me about His amazing love.

May God bless you mightily
3/23/2010 3:24:28 PM
Gary United States
Gary
I work for a Home Improvment Warehouse In the Appliance Dept where I had a real bad day, Well got my dept in order for next day. The Lady working in paint dept could not get her work done do to so many customers. I got all of her work done and put up there returns so she could go home on time with all of us. She was so happy!
That is My Make A Differeance Monday. God Bless
3/23/2010 4:09:39 PM
Christian Huskey United States
Christian Huskey
I struggle with a combo of severe mental/emotional illness, but I've been able to recover quite well and regain a lot of independence and cope with life well enough to move out on my own and enjoy the company of some good friends and fellowship with other believers at South Haven Baptist Church in Belton, MO.  I've recovered so well in fact that I'm now teaching a class for those with mental/emotional issues in which I stress the point that God's promises are just as valid for those with mental/emotional issues as they are for anyone else and that healing and strength to endure and cope with any life obstacle can be found in Jesus Christ no matter who you are or what you've done.  The class is small now largely due to the fact that we haven't been able to do much advertising.  Tonight was the 5th week of class and no one showed up, but I spent the time hanging up flyer around our church building in hopes of spreading the word about this opportunity for people to hear God's word explained in a way that is relevant and useful to their unique situation.  Classes are held every Monday night @ 7pm in room 135 at South Haven Baptist Church on Bel-Ray Blvd in Belton, MO. 64012...If you can help me spread the word about this class so more people can be helped and encouraged and realize they are not alone in their struggle I would deeply appreciate it!  Thank you and God bless your ministry!!  
3/24/2010 9:15:13 AM
Jason S Inman United States
Jason S Inman
My wife and I are always trying to reach out to our neighbors.  Happens one of our neighbors is from a traditionally Islamic country but the oldest daughter is a pretty solid Christian.  We have been there to answer questions she has on Faith, college/career choices, discernment with friends and dating and most recently I prepared her taxes for her.  (I am an accountant.)
Anyway, last Friday she took us out to dinner with her boyfriend and they instisted on paying as a way to say thank you.
All we did was listen and act on how The Lord told us to reach out to her and her family, we never knew what a blessing it would turn out to be.
3/24/2010 3:34:59 PM
Jennifer Morales United States
Jennifer Morales
I really don't mean to sound selfish, but unfortunately I did not go out of my way to make a difference for anyone yesterday.  But I do want to let you all know that YOU made a difference for me. I was feeling very invisible yesterday. I just felt like I was some empty space out in the world, until I got in my car to leave work.  My radio is always set to K Love and the song "Cry out to Jesus" (sorry if I have the name wrong) was on and I just started balling. I know the Lord put you all there for someone like me to hear a song like that and awaken the person I know I am....A child of the most high God. And with that alone, I know I will NEVER be an empty space.

So again, THANK YOU for making a difference for me on Monday. THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!
3/24/2010 6:32:29 PM
Dwight Kendall United States
Dwight Kendall
I was an MK for 16 years in Haiti up until the recent earthquake. A few weeks earlier there was a Christmas concert at my church where I was helping to run the audio/visual systems. after the concert was done a U.N. military officer from Guatemala, who was a musician, walked up and told me how good of a job I did.

He will never fully know how much that meant to me.
5/7/2010 5:58:55 PM
dannie United States
dannie
so this is for make a difference monday..so this guy really likes me alot and i kinda liked him, and i stoped likeing him and when he asked me, 'so do u like me anymore' i wasnt going to lie. so i said 'to be honest, i dont really anymore.' and he started flipping out saying tht he hates his life and it doesnt matter anymore, cuz its gonna be over soon. and i made a difference be not taking it as a joke and talking to my youth pastor, to have him talk some sence into him. and now, i can say i have seved a life, and made a difference.
6/26/2010 12:31:23 PM
Patti United States
Patti
I don't know if it has or will make a difference.  I have to leave that in God's hands.  When returning my bottles at the redemption center I reached into my pocket and found the "Cross in my Pocket" that I always carry.  It was something that has brought me a lot of comfort.  I felt driven to give this small token of God's love to the young man counting my bottles for refund.  So, after the business was finished, I gave it to him and told him to hold onto it, carry it and every time he found it in his pocket to pray and let God answer him.  I don't know if he was a believer, or maybe just starting to wonder about God.  I only pray that God uses that small gesture for His Glory.
2/5/2011 7:14:10 AM
Marlies Malaysia
Marlies
You see a lot of price differences nowaways, does anyone knows a good price comparisson site?
2/5/2011 7:47:33 AM
Petra Hong Kong S.A.R.
Petra
I really suck at applying perfume. Apparently I always overdo it. How can I apply perfume so that it's not overwhelming, but is subtle but still lasts all day long?
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