A Protected Family and Two Frustrated Thieves

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Palmir and her granddaughter

I am blessed all over again, remembering and sharing with you this testimony from June of last year:


“Mom! Mom! My motorcycle is gone! It’s been stolen!” Rosita’s voice rose shrilly in tones of panic. Her bike was her only mode of transportation. She had slaved so hard, for so long, to buy it. Now, someone had taken it from her. An ugly sense of violation shot through her entire being.

Anguished tears filled her eyes. She turned to her mother, Palmir. Her mom was a pillar of faith. “Let’s pray, honey,” exclaimed Palmir. They grabbed hands, squeezing their eyes shut with intense focus. “Lord, we ask that You move in that thief’s heart right now! Let him abandon Rosita’s motorcycle immediately! In JESUS’ name!”

The next moment, Rosita jumped on a taxi. She gave the driver instructions to take her to the police station. She was going to report the theft. After a few minutes, however, it became clear that the driver had chosen a very strange route. Instead of going the shortest distance, he was already several blocks out of the way.

Rosita was looking around, confused. Where was he going? Suddenly, she spotted something that made her heart skip a beat. Adrenalin pumping, she Continue reading A Protected Family and Two Frustrated Thieves