Remembering John (Operation God is Love)

You were born with the ability to change someone’s life. You don’t know when you’ll see someone for the last time. One of the greatest missions on my heart is to get Jesus the greatest reward possible from my life.

Love and faith are active. They are not passive. We cannot claim to believe and those beliefs not change the way we live. Every member of Christ’s Body has a role to play. My part may not be yours. Nevertheless, we are all important parts of God’s story to bring heaven to this planet. Hope this story about John, a man I won’t soon forget fuels and activates your faith. Every day people are dying in their sins or living without hope. We can’t help everyone. We can daily be on the lookout for one.

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Whatever you’ve done to the least of these, you’ve done unto Me,~Jesus.

Operation God is Love is a street ministry I started this Spring. The objectives are to take the Gospel into the city, to pray for people, to share Jesus, and be instruments of love. I am drawn to people no one loves. They are too dirty, broken, messed up, and outcasts of society. I look into their eyes and my heart cries out, “I see you. You are loved.

This ministry is small. It’s me and two other women who pack up supplies and hit the city month after month. We never know who we will see or what God will do. What we do know is that God is good. God is all powerful. God is love. God has empowered us to go into all the world and make disciples! The Great Commission was…

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4 responses to “Remembering John (Operation God is Love)

  1. You’re quite right that we all have th ability to change someone’s life but sadly many of us go through life not doing that much for anyone else. Your story is truly inspiring. It reminds me of the film “Pay It Forward” – trying to make a difference by doing something decent for someone who needs the help. In this film there was a point where the young boy took in a homeless man and fed him much to his Mother’s dismay when she came home from work and found a homeless man sleeping in her house. We are always quick to judge others but acts of true kindness are so rare, they should be celebrated. Thank you for sharing your story.

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