Testimony Tuesday 12/22

Testimony Tuesday: Psalms 133:1 Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity! I love how we can dwell together in unity, even hundreds of miles away. Here is a letter that came from a close friend in Louisiana, with a check to help Extended Arms Project.

“Johnathan, I want to first thank you for your friendship. Through the last 10 years or so, it has been such a pleasure knowing that I have an awesome friend, and one that is constantly striving to be a better person. Also constantly seeking GOD’s will and direction for his life.

Having you as a friend has made me, myself also search to be a better person and care for those around me more. Your influence reaches farther than you know or can even understand. By watching your life, it has truly shown me time and time again the simple fact that GOD doesn’t “need” any of us. HE simply uses those that are willing vessels to help further HIS kingdom, and it should be our PRIVILEGE to be used.  

You, my friend, are a remarkable example of GOD’s grace and mercy. I hope this small token can be used to help with the Extended Arms Project, of any other way you choose. Thank you again for your friendship.”

Thank you GOD for placing many people in my life. Thank you for allowing me to be used in their life, while YOU are using them in my life. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of many, just by showing HIS love.
Aaron, I took the gift you gave and bought 80 $5 McDonald gift cards. Thank you for helping to feed the hungry! I am sure that you will continue to be blessed!

Johnathan Bond

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