Hundreds Come Together To Help Legally Blind Man With Commute

Hundreds Come Together To Help Legally Blind Man With Commute

Hundreds of people have come together to help a man who is legally blind with his commute to work.

There will never be too much kindness and love in the world. Given the state and condition of our fallen world and the many hurting and broken people around us, it’s impossible to be too loving, caring and kind. Anyone and everyone can benefit from an unexpected act of kindness and love.

Those acts of kindness and love can and do come in many different shapes, sizes and forms. Kindness and love can be shown in a million different ways. To be kind and show someone the love of Christ, all anyone has to do is spot a need and then act accordingly. However, as Jesus mentioned in Matthew, “The harvest is truly plentiful, but the laborers are few.”

As a video posted on YouTube explains, people in one Arkansas town saw a need and acted. They have shown one man unbelievable kindness and love. 

Bill Moczulewski is a janitor and is dedicated to his job. Bill is also legally blind and unable to drive a car. However, this does not stop Bill from going to work. He would walk five miles every day in all kinds of weather. 

One day, Christy Conrad spotted Bill on his commute to work and offered him a ride. During this ride, Christy learned that her passenger is legally blind and does this same five-mile walk in all types of weather. 

So, to help Bill out, Christ started a Facebook group, hoping to find people to give him a ride to work. The response to the Facebook group was overwhelming. The group has expanded to 1,500 people. 

Bill says now he never has a problem getting a ride. He adds that the person behind the wheel is never the same. It’s always someone different stopping to help Bill.

“There’s a lot of good people in this world, all over the place, you know?” Bill said. 

This all started because one woman was kind enough to pull over and offer a man walking down the street a ride to work. She saw a need and took action. 

Ephesians 4:32 “And be kind to one another, full of pity, having forgiveness for one another, even as God in Christ had forgiveness for you.”

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