Two types of needy

Resources are available to most people in their troubles. Some reach out and take advantage of those resources, while others ignore it and continue to struggle deeply in their agony. 

Those who use the resources may initially view them as a coping mechanism. But as they continue to deal with their issues, something amazing begins within them. Hope begins to emerge. The caring presence of others in their struggles will put a new perspective on their pain.

Then, as part of a small group, they begin to receive prayer for their situation. As God’s presence is invited, they begin to experience healing of their emotions and bodies as well.

Those who don’t use the resources continue in the same condition without any change. They are needy, in pain, and all alone in the midst of caring communities.

You do have a choice.

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, 18 January 2018. No Comments on Two types of needy.Category: Inspiration.

About Alexi George

Alexi is pastor of Adoor Vineyard and an Associate Professor at Faith Theological Seminary, India. He blogs regularly on Leadership and Life from a biblical perspective.

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