We headed out once again to Washington and A street. After setting up our table and praying, we started serving the cup o' noodle soups, and coffee. We served about forty people in all, and some even came back for seconds. After the initial rush of people a coupe of us went out to talk to and pray with some of the people we had just served.

    The first man we prayed for was named David, and he wanted God to give him the courage to do his will. So many homeless live in the insecurities of thier past failings. They beleive that since they messed up before (to get where they are), that they are not capable of succeeding in life. It took courage for David to even offer up such a prayer, and I beleive that God will be faithful to restore David to the path that he should walk.

    Often, the people we minister to put up a wall, and dont let others see what they really feel. So it is refreshing to meet a person every now and then who is willing to open up. Gods word says: "...and the prayer offered in faith will restore the one who is sick, and the Lord will raise him up, and if he has committed sins, they will be forgiven him. Therefore, confess your sins to one another, and pray for one another so that you may be healed.".

When God leads his people to pray, the effects can be life changing. So lets not hesitate to pray for thosewho are struggling in life. Others we met who asked for prayer were Michael, Samuel, and Thaddeus.