December 3, 2011
I begin to experience the Heaven Train Ministry with my son in the summer of 2009. I am now 47 and my son is now 12. We were able to share our love for Christ with all of the Families that came when the Heaven Train horn sounded. I was overcome with joy and love to see so many faces coming toward us as soon as we entered the neighborhoods. We were all one in Christ. Young/Old...Black/White...Male/Female...Moms/Dads...Adults/Kids...we just all became so close almost instantaneously. The love of Christ gave us the ability to see others as Christ sees them...as His own. I especially remember one of the first sights and a young boy who wanted my pen and paper as I signed in people. He sat on my lap the entire time I was there, just "doodling". He just wanted to draw, and be held close. Something so insignificant to most, but to him it meant the world. I kept telling him how much God loved him and that some day he would be a big boy and really know and understand who God is. But God already knows this little boy and I couldn't help but wonder what God has in store for this little boy. Maybe some day he will grow up and be a follower and servant for Christ. This ministry has the ability to touch so many lives that may otherwise, just go on and "exist". God loves us all no matter who we are, what we do, where we live, how much money we have or on't have. We are all one in he body of Christ.
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