It would have not been a big deal, except for the fact that I now have bills to pay and, there, small amounts of money make a difference. I let this person know this. The response? Again, disappearance with no explanation.
Again, it's not the money it's the attitude.
This was a person who begged me for help--both monetarily and spiritually--when he needed it. Crying like a baby. And I helped, even when I didn't feel like it. I spent six hours praying with him an reading the Word of God with him.
And God answered his prayers.
It's interesting that both persons who left me high and dry without the courtesy of communication called themselves Christians. Yes, I know: CINOs. But the thing is this: I feel sorrier for them than I would for an unbeliever.
So, I'm not going to put this particular bum's name out there. I'll bask in God's blessings and be grateful for the separation. And I'll even pray for God to have mercy on these people. They'd better hope He's feeling generous.
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