Humility In Need

Over the last year and a half, I’ve gotten many lessons and realized more and more the lack of humility in my life. One of the biggest exposers of this issue has been need. Having stepped out of my career and ending the paycheck, I never realized how much I solved my problems by just buying what I wanted/needed. I always sought to honor God with my finances and feel I did a pretty good job but had no idea how many areas having a paycheck makes you not lean on God. There’s been no lack of lessons since I came to SGWM and they seem to be getting bigger and bigger. Last week right before the missions conference my car broke down for the final time.

The diagnosis is terminal as the car has a warped head and cracked block. It’s a 12-year-old car with 235,000 miles on it so an extremely expensive repair does not make sense. This is where the next lesson in humility comes in as I am asking for help in purchasing a replacement vehicle. I need to find something reliable with great gas mileage due to the 2-3 thousand miles I drive per month. I need your help in three ways:

1) Financially – if you are able to help please CLICK HERE.

2) Networking – if you know of an affordable vehicle that fits this description please contact me

3) Most importantly, prayer for God’s wisdom, provision and that this lesson in humility would be glorifying to Him. Thank you all so much for your love, prayers and support is a journey this road and the calling I still truly believe the Lord has on my life.

In His Service,

Tim Pappas