They said goodbye.
I said, "Thank you, Lord!"
My last day at the office
- as I retired from accounting.
Steve Martin, former Accountant
Charlotte Center City Partners
My co-worker and friend, Meir Jones (Office Manager)
Former co-workers came back to bless me.
(L-R) Jovanna Mozeak, Cherie Grant, Eleni Saunders (now my former boss)
Rashan Peak (and me in the back)
Kyle Bridges - Director of Neighborhoods
Following is a "word" from the Lord, which as an accountant I heard, and received, loud and clear!
On this day, October 31, 2017, on my last drive the 16 miles to uptown Charlotte from my home in Pineville, North Carolina, I knew the odometer on my Hyundai Elantra was going to turn over to "8888" miles. I was prepared to take a picture, believing this was a good word from the Lord.
Knowing that the number "8" means "new beginning", I was excited that the Lord chose this way, on this special retirement day, to show me His purpose and plan for myself was one of always being good.
What made it extra exciting and appreciative was that the odometer turned over to "8888" miles at Exit 8 on Interstate 77, as I headed north on the road. (at 6:04 am) Having brought my Canon camera with me for this last day at the CCCP office, I was prepared to record this word on camera. I also had my iPhone to take a photo.
With the five "8's" now appearing before me, loud and clear, the Lord Himself was also speaking to me "loud and clear." He was letting me know that this was a time of full grace (5 meaning grace) for the new beginning (8) in the days and years ahead.
I absolutely believe it and receive it.
Ahava and shalom,
Love For His People