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Love Revolution

During Thanksgiving week  we had planned to take our youth group 
to give food away at a homeless shelter that our church has
and to those on the street.   Unfortunately, the weather was bad so our plans changed  but God was the one who orchestrated it all.   We went to the homeless shelterand gave outfood.    Most were men except for one family, which is unusual.  The family had three children.  The oldest, who was around 9, was barefoot.   I asked the volunteer worker what their situation was  and he said he hadn't had a chance to really talk to them 
but that they were not from La Ceiba  and one of them was just released from the hospital.   It appeared they weren't homeless.   I went to talk to the lady and she said they had come from a city 
about three hours away with $150.00.  They went to the public hospital because the little boy was very sick.  The public hospital is free but  because there is no medicine people who are admitted  have to pay for the medicine and treatment administered.…