The Bible at work:
Matthew 25:35 states
For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in,
This post started out as a Big Ups to Chic-Fil-A in Alabama for feeding so many people. However after a little more research I would be remiss to not mention that CVS, Publix, Kroger, Home Depot, RaceTrac and many Churches etc in our communities came together and opened their doors to our brothers and sisters in need.
Being a Northerner/Transplant Southerner you take for granted the preparedness that is needed when the weather you are accustomed to betrays you. It almost seems a foreign concept that you wouldn’t have a coat warm enough or a blanket in your car. Or even enough gas in your car. However imagine the people in New York when the Hurricane struck. Had that been snow it would have been another day in the park. The infrastructure would have been able to withstand. Well that’s how the cold is in the south. The slightest amount of ice or snow sets things out of whack.
That being said regardless of the emergency we need to take a moment and appreciate those individuals who step in when we are in need. As Christians we are instructed to look out for one another. However lets face it there are plenty of times that we don’t. So for those who came to the aid of all the people in need no matter how big or small. Thank you for doing what is in God’s will.
If any one or organization assisted you during this storm, feel free to add their name below!
Be Blessed, Be Kind, Be Available and Be Thankful,
Tow Trucks and Hotels Thank you too. If you missed your chance this go round for the future should the needs arise again 😉