Dinner with Jesus

Posted on March 14, 2019 by Justin Serrano

I had an awesome dinner with God.

It all started in the morning when I woke up.
I went to take a shower, but no water came out.
I didn’t pay my water bill!

Ugh, that sucks.

On my way to work, a car passed a stop sign and ended up crashing into me.
I got to work late and my boss fired me.
I got home and my house was robbed, none of my possessions were in sight.

I cried.
I cried a lot.

I hear someone knock on my door.
I open the door and find Jesus holding some ingredients for a meal and he enters.
Once he enters he sits on the carpet and invites me to sit across from him.
He made food in the blink of an eye and served me a plate and then blessed the food.
We ate.

After an evening of laughter and joy.
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Once we finished our dinner, I remembered I had to go look for a job so I asked if he could leave so I could get sleep.
He looked disappointed, as if I didn’t know that with him I could have true rest.
“Okay, but don’t forget to open the door when you have a good day tomorrow,” he said.

In the morning, my water bill was paid, my boss called me and gave me a better position at my job. I got a brand new car as a gift by someone from the church. All my possessions were recovered.
It was a good day.

When I got home, I heard someone knocking.
But I was too tired from the busy good day I had, so I stayed silent—

I forgot to open the door.



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