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No other hand of grace!!!

My help cometh from the LORD, who made heaven and earth. Psalms 121 : 2


Good morning to you all in the name of our Living Lord, Jesus Christ.

Many times in our lives, we might have came across helps from someone whom we don't even know. We might have wondered how this happened... Let us see such an incident below.


George Mueller, a man of God started an orphanage for children. He prayed to the Lord that He should take care of all the children's needs. He too prayed that the Lord should not let him looking for help from men. One day the caretaker came and told him that there was nothing to give the children in the morning. Mueller asked him to let the children for dining and just went to pray. He prayed a lot to the Lord. And then he went to the dining hall. All the children were waiting for breakfast. One man came and told that He had a vision on the previous night in which Jesus told him to prepare fresh breads for this orphanage and so he brought fresh breads for the children. One more man came and told that while he was on the way to deliver milk to his customers, the van got repaired.. And as it would take more time to recover, the milk might be spoiled. He saw the orphanage near by and brought milk to the entire orphanage.


Thus the faith of George Mueller was honored by our Lord. Was it not amazing? Similarly, the Lord is helping us in whatever we need. We need not ask help from anyone. But He knows when, how and by whom He could help us... Yes, the Lord who created us can help us at the right time and in the right way. Our Lord loves to honor our faith. How sweet He is and how great His grace is!!!!



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