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Have you served Jesus today?

Have you served Jesus today?

Meet The Need supports two ministries E.C.H.O. and Lighthouse Ministries.  I went out to visit them this week to connect them and other ministries together to serve the needs of others.  We talked about the needs of these ministries and what they are able to offer families who are out of work, living from their cars, losing their homes, etc. 

They are overwhelmed with the amount of people in need of food, clothing, shelter, furniture, etc.  There isn’t anyway possible to meet all the needs with just the small amount of resources they receive.  They can’t do it alone.  They need you.  

God has designed the world so there are those in need.  Those that need to turn to Him to surrender and for guidance.  Then there are those who have been blessed and can give.  It is the fulfillment of the two greatest commandments (love God and love others).  If you love God, you can’t help but to love others. 

What do you have in your garage, closet, or pantry that you could give to someone who needs it?  You may think it is just one thing and it can’t possibly make a difference.  However, your one-item added to the one-item of hundreds more can make a difference.  A difference in someone knowing our Lord and Savior.  You see, these ministries do more than just give out needed items, they give the gospel of Christ and the hope of more.  Maybe you can give more and give of your time. Share the love that you have received and serve in Jesus’ name. 

In Matthew 25:35-40 Jesus says “whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me”.  When was the last time you gave or served Jesus? 

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