By Kay Heitsch • January 5, 2018
We never know who is watching what we're doing.
This last Christmas we were in a Christmas Eve service at a church in Worthington, Ohio. We had just finished the candlelight service and there was a silence over the congregation.
Since the service was almost over I started to put my coat on. Our grandson Noah (who has special needs) must have been watching me. The silence was broken when he announced in a loud voice for all to hear, "Ooma's gettin' her coat on, let's go!"
This was a good lesson. Not everyone who is watching will announce what we're doing, but you never know.
About the author: Kay is the mother of three children and grandmother of two. Her oldest son Todd was killed instantly in a car accident when he was 16. It was shortly after Todd's death that she entered into a personal relationship with God. From that day on her life has taken a radical change for the better.
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