I met a neighbor.
I was walking under the sun and a man almost walked by me. I said, “Good morning.” He smiled, and greeted me, “good morning.”
The sun shone in my eyes. I had forgotten my sunglasses. So I turned back and walked in the direction of my neighbor.
I got home. . .got my sunglasses. . .came back down. . .only to find that my neighbor was sitting on the ledge at the end of the sidewalk.
I went to him and greeted him, “Good morning!”, again. We walked together down the road.
As we walked, I asked him questions about his health.
He said, “I walk because I am [a] diabetic. I know a friend who was a diabetic. That person did not care for his body and loss his leg and [some other limb] . . .was amputated. I did not want to be like that. So I walk.”
He told me, “I try to watch my diet.” “My belly is big.” “I need to eat small portions.”
I introduced him to the healing ministry, I know, saying, “If you want, there is a healing ministry, that you can receive healing for. If you want?, I will meet you again on our walk and I will show you where it is.”
I bid my neighbor, “Goodbye!”
God blesses him.