The least of these brothers of Mine

Again, Petrica is sharing with us another experience of this past summer. [quote]Many people call them outcasts… we call them precious in His eyes![/quote] I’m talking here about the gypsy children we’ve served this summer. Over 100 children were all around us every day. The bible lessons, the songs, the crafts and the games we’ve played with them brought a ray of sunshine in their troubled hearts. They are so excited when people outside their community are visiting them, especially young people. They finally feel accepted and are all ears to what we have to say. Of course, this time, too, we had to feed them. Hundreds of sandwiches every day were given… but only after they learned to wash their hands. That’s hard job for those kids, but hey must learn to do that to protect themselves from so many diseases that shorten their lives with tens of years.

The greatest joy for me was to see many of them praying with me to receive Christ in their hearts! Some people call them outcasts, we call them “loved by God, very precious in His eyes”. ‘‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for Me.’’ – Mathew 25”

If we ( the peple on the filed over here) “see a turtle up on top of a fence pole”, we know he had help getting there… And this is about you… this help came from you.

Thank you very much!

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