I didn’t write anything yesterday because I was busy with my very special visitor, and here we are, ready to go to Discovery Center. It’s a place where kids can learn science and do fun projects.
Before leaving, my friend Majetta came over with a light box her husband had made for me. I have needed one for quite some time to touch up pictures for my lessons. I looked up some on-line and then she said they could do one for me. What a beautiful act of kindness!
The children’s story today is about two girls that were kind to an elderly lady who spent most of her days alone. Their kindness resulted in this lady getting to know the Lord and accepting Jesus as her Savior. The artwork was an act of kindness from Ketty in Huancayo, Peru.
We can never get or give too much kindness, and the more we spread it around, the happier we’ll be.
Another acts of kindness was from my friend Anita in Sweden, who sent me a magazine full of pictures of the royal family. The crown princess Victoria and her husband Daniel (he’s from the town where I was born) had the baptism ceremony of the heir of the crown, little Estelle. If something happens to her mother, she stands in line to be the Queen of Sweden. It cost my friend twice the price of the magazine in postage!
I know the Nanny the crown princess Victoria and her siblings had. My parents helped her adopt a boy from Peru and that’s where I met her. Now she has been asked to be Estelle’s nanny. This is a Christian lady, from our Swedish Pentecostal Church. She had a wonderful opportunity to influence the royal family with the Gospel. During the ceremony Victoria said her own prayer for Estelle, and ended “in Jesus’ Name.” Here there is such a commotion if someone prays in our Savior’s Name!
David is enjoying himself with the visit of two boys from our church. You see that I’m surrounded by acts of kindness.
Here are some pictures from the Discovery Center. Among others we did a DNA test, so we have a little vial with a sample!
Be kind! It will come back to you multiplied!