Need A Hug

God has shown us how much he loves us... it was while we were still sinners that Christ died for us!
- Romans 5:8

Babe Ruth hit 714 home runs during his baseball career, but on this particular day toward the end of his career, the Braves were playing the Reds in Cincinnati, and the great Bambino was no hero. He bumbled the ball and threw badly. In one inning alone, his errors were responsible for most of the five runs scored by Cincinnati.
As the Babe walked off the field and headed toward the dugout after the third out, a crescendo of angry cries and boos rose to greet him. Then a boy jumped over the railing and ran out onto the field. With tears streaming down his face, he threw his arms around the legs of his hero.
Ruth didn't hesitate for a second. He picked up the boy, hugged him, then set him down and patted his head. The cries from the crowd abruptly stopped. A hush fell over the entire park. In that brief moment, the fans saw two heroes on the field: Ruth who, in spite of his own dismal day in fielding, cared about the feelings of a young fan and a boy, who cared about the feelings of another human being.
No matter what your performance has been on the playing field of life, God has a hug waiting for you. He is your number-one fan. " God Speaks "


chisala said...

Thank you for your article on god i need a hug.i would like to promise myself today after reading the aritcle that i will be assured that god is always with me and me in his arms always.

Ed Sousa, Sr. said...

Dear Chisala,
Years ago a holy priest suggested to me that I take 5 or 10 minutes each day to just sit and close my eyes and just picture in my mind Jesus holding me in his arms and giving me a hug. You will be surprised at how Jesus will reveal himself to you by just doing that.
God Bless,