Ready to press on with his day, he was hindered. He had everything he needed packed and ready; however, he couldn’t find his keys.
Galatians 6:9, “And let us not grow weary of doing good, for in due season we will reap, if we do not give up.”(ESV)
He took a bite and paused; a long pause. A long pause that turned to a sigh. He sighed because he remembered that he never took the selfie, nor did he obtain Juan’s signature on his red-enveloped card. He finished his food, watched some television, took a shower, and went to bed.
In the morning, he woke with mixed emotions. He had 2 other classes today and he didn’t know if he’d ever see Juan again. A part of him felt he should forget trying to find Juan; after all, there were plenty of people he could help and still complete the assignment. However, there was a something within him that just wouldn’t let Juan go.
Juan was on his mind the entire morning. He rose, brushed his teeth, dressed, and ate breakfast. However, in all of this he couldn’t shake the image of Juan disappearing sadly and defeated into the crowd. Ready to press on with his day, he was hindered. He had everything he needed packed and ready; however, he couldn’t find his keys. After spending 6 minutes looking for them in his apartment, he remembered to check the pockets of the jeans he wore yesterday.
He reached into the pocket and sure enough, there were his keys. However, as he pulled them out, a sheet of paper fell on the floor. He picked it up and opened it. As he read the paper, he smiled – ‘Eva (Selena)’ it read.
Immediately, he knew what he had to do.
After the completion of his two classes, he immediately went back to the restaurant.
He was anxious upon arrival and unprepared when…