More choosy than God?

Moshe Leib of Sasov once gave all of the money he had in his possession to a man with a very bad reputation. His followers were offended by this lack of judgment and they confronted him about it.

Moshe replied, “Should I be more choosy than God who gave the money to me?”

So what about you? Just how choosy are you?

A word about posts in July: I will be in Ukraine all the month of July and will be in areas where internet availability will be spotty at best. While I will try to post whenever I can, please forgive me if they are few and far between until August! Thank you!


About Darryl Willis

Darryl has been working for non-profits for over 36 years. His current work takes him to Ukraine several times a year. He has fallen in love with the country and the people. Darryl writes poetry and his work has appeared in several online and print journals.
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3 Responses to More choosy than God?

  1. Nancy says:

    Hope you enjoy your time in the Ukraine. From your bio it sounds like you are there to work for a non-profit organization. Can you tell me the name of it?

    Sometimes I think my choosy-ness has no rhyme or reason. But I do get choosy when picking out food items or retail products. I want the item with the less dents, loose threads, and imperfections. On the other hand when it comes to offering a helping hand, or spreading positive energy I don’t think much about who should receive and who should not receive, because the energy will go where it should go. As a human I will never know more about a person than God does, I believe this very much.

    • I work for Eastern European Mission, a Bible distribution country that distributes Bibles, children’s Bible story books, and teen Bibles in the more than 20 languages of Eastern Europe. I am the Director of the Youth Camp Program. My job is to write curriculum, recruit and train American adult workers to spend three weeks in Ukraine teaching values/character traits/ethics in the Pioneer Youth Camps (the old communist youth camps). I also train our translators who work with the American Team members.

      Actually I am in Ukraine right at this moment in Kyiv (Kiev) waiting on another plane to Ivano-Frankivsk. I’ll be visiting all of the camps where we have teams and then end my trip working as a team member on one of the teams. It is truly a wonderful ministry and exciting opportunity.

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