This Week's Sermon: ( 10-5-15 )
My wife and I used to take non-perishable food to the Denver Rescue Mission.
We knew where the homeless lived on the sidewalks.
A few weeks ago I took some food to the same place where my wife and I used to go but I could not find any homeless people in that location, like we used to.
I kept driving around downtown Denver and found that they had been moved to another location.
I parked against the curb as we used to do, got out and opened the trunk of my car.
A homeless woman was so glad for what I brought. She helped me unload the groceries.
Before I left, I told her to be sure to give her heart to Jesus before she dies and she told me she would.
While I was there, I noticed an increase in numbers of homeless people, since the days my wife and I did this together.
I also noticed that it is no longer just middle age and older people.
I noticed a lot of young people who are homeless, living on the streets.
I had heard this in the news recently and I saw that it is true.
Recently, I came across a couple of young people who were homeless. I gave them some money.
What was interesting is that in talking to them I found out that these homeless young people are born again christians who do believe that Jesus is the only way to Heaven.
My friend, if you want to get a blessing, go to where the homeless are and give them food.
They really appreciate it.
You might be surprised to find out that you are giving to a brother or sister in Christ just as I recently did.