Reactions As A Windscreen Cleaner Boy Meets his Destiny Helper In Traffic
God is the ultimate source of our help. He is our supreme helper.
God uses people as conduit pipes and channels to dispense help on earth. Every man on earth needs a divine helper at one point or the other in the journey of life, as the saying goes, “No man is an Island unto himself”
You cannot afford to run the race of life alone; you cannot be a lone ranger in life; we need each other.
There is someone somewhere, that God has prepared to help you and your family. I pray that person will locate you in Jesus name.
However, impossibilities are the platforms upon which God does His best work. Have faith. With man it may be impossible. But with God, all things are possible.
When God want to change someone's condition, there's a strategy He uses to make it come to reality, different strategy I must say. To the boy in this article, God used traffic to keep the boy's helper at a spot so that he will notice him.
Isaac Utere, a socialist based at Port Harcourt, told us what he encountered during his time at Port Harcourt's boy show.
According to him, on the road to the show traffic met him and hawkers bombed him with their products. Wind-screen cleansers torpedoed him with their powerful works.
His watch was drawn to the boy's resemblance with one of his children and to the teary eyes, he says he was a boy who came in his car who discovered his visibility and his windshield wipers.
The child walked comfortably, but he quickly sent him with the help of the hawkers. The number was written on a piece of paper and 2 K, and the rest were witnesses after he was called the next day. He said he would come home the day.
The screen below is a shot between the guy and the boy of the incident.
Is God not wonderful? This is to remind us, and this is one of them, that things happen for some reason. If there was no traffic, the boy would not encounter an assistant who pledged to care for him until he was old, and I assume that his parents would be involved in this kind of act.
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