A few pots ago, I wrote about the idea of living expectantly–realizing that God is capable of doing amazing things and raising our expectations so God can do them. I received an e-mail this past week from a former acquaintance that I wanted to share which spoke directly to this. I LOVE stories like this, and I hope you find as much wonder and encouragement from it as I did!
Blessings and Peace,
“My oldest son Devin who is 29 has been searching for a friend he had back in the 8th grade. They were best friends and lost touch somewhere along the way. He knew his Dad had been a preacher in the Houston area and that Jason had been a Marine. Devin had been searching the internet and googling everything he could think of to find Jason for the past year. Last week another friend of Devin’s called him to come “rescue” him. He had been in jail for drugs and I guess just looked like warmed over death. It really got to Devin. This guy was a really good friend. A renewed interested in finding Jason became urgent.
So I just wanted to thank you for reminding me about praying specifically and the joy it brings and I will resume doing so now.”