My daughters played on the playground while I picked up trash and prayed. It's incredible how short of a time it takes to clean up an area. There was trash scattered about, but in less than five minutes the park was clear and beautiful.
There were many children running about, so I took time to pray over them. I broke lies in Jesus name and spoke a covering of truth over them. I just cannot wait to see what God is going to be doing with this next generation in Allentown!
But even though the atmosphere in the park was nice, I could not help but feel the cloud over the folks who surrounded it. Everybody seemed worried and anxious. They kept looking over their shoulders. I look forward to more opportunities to share love and truth with these people. I love that as followers of Jesus, we know that "to live is Christ and to die is gain." We literally have nothing to lose and therefore have nothing to fear! If we would ever die, it would not be our loss, it would be a loss for the world. I don't say that in pride, I say it in truth. The world needs more love and we're happy to give it!