I can’t help but feel a profound sense of sadness and tragedy some nights during outreach. But, once in a while you stumble upon an individual who truly inspires and humbles you in the face of such “despair”. One such individual I have seen on a rather consistent basis in the past month, and he never ceases to inspire and reaffirm the greatness of God. “On one hand,” he tells me emphatically, “On one hand I can count the number of times, in the last five years, when I have been hungry.” Amazed, I am pretty speechless at this point in the conversation. This fellow then goes on to give all the glory to God, Who he says (correctly I might add) will provide to those who ask with a sincere heart. A rather jolly fellow, I always look forward to chatting with him; I have since come to realize that God is most certainly among our street friends, giving them all that they need. “The difference,” he goes on “is that we may not always know what we need, but God does.” Leading a simple yet humble life, this street friend demonstrates how little we need to be faithful and reverent – two qualities God very much adores.