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Offline Gloria Girl

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Today I was walking in the supermarket and suddenly I heard a noise of things breaking. I turned down an aisle and saw a group of people staring at an older lady who had hit a shelf containing plates and glasses with her cart. Many had fallen to the ground and broken.
Kneeling on the floor embarrassed, the lady was frantically picking up the shattered pieces, while her husband peeled off each bar code saying: "We have to pay for all this."
What a sad scene. Someone has a mishap, and all eyes were on her. When I knelt beside her to help a man also knelt beside us and said, "Leave it, we will pick this up. Let’s get your information, so you can go to the hospital and have that wound in your hand looked at."
The lady looked at him and said, "But I have to pay this."
The man said, "No ma'am, I'm the Manager & we have insurance for this. You don't have to pay anything. Let's get you taken care of."
For you who have read this far, I'd like you to close your eyes and imagine God doing the same for you. Collect the pieces of your broken heart from all the misteps and blows that life has thrown at you. God will heal your wounds and your sins and mistakes will be forgiven.
This is the warranty called grace, that when you accept Him as your only savior, the manager of the existence of the universe (GOD) will tell you: "Everything is already paid for ... go on your way!"

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Tell you what...these kind of messages are not popular these days, especially on social media. In fact, you might even get mocked or even bullied if you share stuff like this, but that doesn't make God less of who He is and always will be.

He is still the I AM!

Happy New year friends and family

Thanks so much, Lord Jesus Christ!


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