A little girl named Molly lent me her cowgirl boots for my speech for the Renew Therapeutic Riding Center’s fundraiser in Holland, Michigan last week.
Wearing Molly’s boots did something deep within my soul.
Her little pair of boots taught me:
- You don’t need feet for walking boots, folks.
- You don’t need eye sight for seeing. (My blind niece Christie was at the fundraiser and she sees what we all miss.)
- You don’t need a house to make a home.
- You don’t need a bursting bank account to be rich.
- You don’t need a counseling degree to be a peacemaker in your family or at your workplace.
What missing piece is glaring at you today?
God has big plans for using that very missing piece to bless you and others. Join me. Borrow someone’s walkin’ boots and let’s bring a smile and an Alleluia for the God who fills our missing pieces with Himself.