“From everyone who has been given much, much will be demanded; and from the one who has been entrusted with much, much more will be asked” (Luke 12:48).
The idea of “to whom much is given, much will be required” is that we are held responsible for what we have. If we are blessed with talents, wealth, knowledge, time, and the like, it is expected that we use these well to glorify God and benefit others. It is therefore so moving when people like Mia Fieldes, take the word of God literally and run with it.
Fieldes, took to Instagram to share about a Valet attendant Nathan who works at Commodore Grill, who had left a note in her car stating;
“Barring a miracle. I am on the verge of losing my home. Your songs were very inspiring to me as a believer whose faith is very weak right now. Thank you, Nathan the Valet.”
Fieldes rang Commodore Grill and asked if she could be connected to Nathan and has since got in touch with him and asked him to set up Cash App.
The post Fieldes shared with her followers on Instagram called on all those who could be a blessing in Nathans life to help him in anyway they could, so he doesn’t lose his house. The post has received a huge response with the likes of Natalie Grant, Audrey Assad, Kari jobe and Jaime Jamgochian getting on board and lending a helping hand.
Thank God for people like Mia Fieldes, who have been put in places of influence and are using their influence for greater good.
If you would like to also be a blessing to Nathan, his Cash App name is $healwaysprovides
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Tonight I played a writer round with my friends @tinpansouth… and as I got into my car I found this note- and it was the most important part of the whole night… so… if you’re going to Commodore Grill and you see Nathan, be generous to him… maybe everyone together can be his miracle… and be praying for him- that God intervenes and makes a way where there seems like there is none…