” The Dog With A Broken Leg”


” One early morning. A young man went out his door, heading for work. There laying beside his car tire. A small curly black and white dog. The young man said “Good Morning to the dog. The dog looked up at him with his beautiful glazing eyes. And moved his way from the tire. The young man went on his way. As the young man day passed. He went home and did not see the dog. The next morning he was heading for work. There he saw the same curly black and white dog; laying there by his car in the same spot. It was as though the dog had been waiting for him. There he petted  him on his head, smiling and said good morning. There was something different that morning. When the young man begin to ride off. He looked into his rear view mirror. The dog was running behind him with a limp. He turn around; knowing he would be late. He then slowly picked him up, and carefully put him in the front set on the passage side. To carry him to the vet. (In the Bible we read about a parable of the Good Samaritan.  It is a life lesson  Jesus shared in (Luke 10:30-35.) about showing mercy to anyone in need. So there the dog was treated, and the young man took him home with him. The next morning the young man going to work. He stopped and rubbed the dog on the head; told him good morning with a (smile). He had given the dog a name. He called Him (HOPE.) He told HOPE that he would see him after work. He told him too take care of the place. And too  have a good day.

Sister Betty Jo

” For the Lord does not see as man sees; for man looks at the outward appearance, but the Lord looks at the heart.” 1 Samuel 16:7

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