What are Friends For?

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What are Friends For?

Bradley Mattes   |   September 29, 2016

What are friends for?  In this case it’s to adopt six children.  Beth Laitkep’s breast cancer had spread and was terminal.  So she asked her friend, Stephanie Culley and her husband to adopt her six children after she died.  Beth spent the last days of her life confident her children would be well taken care of.  The kids range in age from fifteen to two, and did I mention Stephanie already had three children?  The funny part is she and her husband initially didn’t plan to have any children. Now they have nine!  This goes to show God’s plan is often not our own.  And when God puts His plan into action, our lives can change in very unexpected ways.  Has God imprinted on your heart a special surprise plan?  If so, please open your heart to His will.

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