A Midweek Inspirational is sent out in written form to RUCC shut-ins as well as emailed to members weekly. These thoughtful stories, Bible verses, even jokes coincide with the calendar of the Church and brighten the readers' day. 

This Week's Midweek Inspiration:
INSURANCE

I was at the grocery store this morning and heard a loud crash andsomething shattering. Being nosy, I walked towards the sound and sawsome people whispering and looking back to the end of the next aisle.When I walked down that aisle, I saw an older lady had hit a shelfcontaining dishes with her cart and many had fallen to the ground andbroke. She was kneeling on the floor embarrassed, frantically picking upthe shattered pieces, while her husband was peeling off the bar codefrom each broken dish saying “Now we will have to pay for all this!”I felt so bad for her, and everyone was just standing there staringat her!! I went and knelt beside her and told her not to worry and startedhelping her pick up the broken pieces. After about a minute, the storemanager came and knelt beside us and said, “Leave it, we will clean thisup. Let’s get your information so you can go to the hospital and havethat cut on your hand looked at.”The lady, totally embarrassed said, “I need to pay for all this first.”The manager smiled, helped her to her feet and said, “No ma’am, wehave insurance for this, you do not have to pay anything!”For you who have read this so far, I would like you to give me aminute. Wherever you are, close your eyes, and imagine God doing thesame for you!Collect the pieces of your broken heart from all the blows life hasthrown at you. God will heal all your wounds, and I assure you thatyour sins and mistakes will be forgiven.*You see, we all have the same insurance, and it’s called Grace.When you accept Jesus as your Lord and Savior and ask for forgiveness,the Manager of the universe, GOD, will say to you “Everything hasalready been paid for, now go on your way, all is forgiven!”I was at the grocery store this morning and heard a loud crash andsomething shattering. Being nosy, I walked towards the sound and sawsome people whispering and looking back to the end of the next aisle. When I walked down that aisle, I saw an older lady had hit a shelfcontaining dishes with her cart and many had fallen to the ground andbroke. She was kneeling on the floor embarrassed, frantically pickingup the shattered pieces, while her husband was peeling off the bar codefrom each broken dish saying “Now we will have to pay for all this!”I felt so bad for her, and everyone was just standing there staringat her!! I went and knelt beside her and told her not to worry and startedhelping her pick up the broken pieces. After about a minute, the storemanager came and knelt beside us and said, “Leave it, we will clean thisup. Let’s get your information so you can go to the hospital and havethat cut on your hand looked at.”The lady, totally embarrassed said, “I need to pay for all this first.”The manager smiled, helped her to her feet and said, “No ma’am, wehave insurance for this, you do not have to pay anything!”For you who have read this so far, I would like you to give me aminute. Wherever you are, close your eyes, and imagine God doing thesame for you!Collect the pieces of your broken heart from all the blows life hasthrown at you. God will heal all your wounds, and I assure you thatyour sins and mistakes will be forgiven.*You see, we all have the same insurance, and it’s called Grace.When you accept Jesus as your Lord and Savior and ask for forgiveness,the Manager of the universe, GOD, will say to you “Everything hasalready been paid for, now go on your way, be THANKFUL for all is forgiven!” 

Pastor Lynette


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