2 Timothy 4:1-5

Be ready in season and out.

Yesterday started out to be a very frustrating day for me.  One of the companies I broker for had not set up a down load into a processer correctly for Tuesday so I was forced to go back yesterday. When I got to the customers the same thing two days in a row.  I had to call my appointment which was 60 miles away and told them I would be late.  Something I do not like to do.  Yesterday was a beautiful day in Duluth Minnesota so I was on my Honda.  I immediately headed for the 60 mile ride south.  Thought about stopping at a rest area and just felt I needed to keep going.  I arrived at the business at the same time a mother was stopping to pick up something for her 11 year old daughter.  Inside I was talking to the owner; he started asking about Meagan her daughter.  My ears perked up.  Her daughter is sick. Her daughter has cancer.  I asked her if I could pray for her on the spot.  We took just a few minutes to pray for Meagan.  I could feel the Spirit as we prayed, and I knew why the delays happened.  We have to be ready in season and out of season for how we are going to be used.  2 Tim. 4:1-5 talks about being ready to preach a sermon in season and out.  A Sermon was preached yesterday. One without words.  It was a sermon of love and caring. I would remind each and everyone of what Paul writes in 1st Thessalonians 5:17 writes. Pray without ceasing.  As we pray constantly we will be ready to be the sermon without words, we will be that example of the love and caring that our Father has for each of those who call on his son by the spirit.  I encourage everyone to keep praying for the healing of an 11 year old young lady in willow river Minnesota who desperately needs a touch from the great physician.

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