“Hello?” Carolynn called shyly.
The old lady looked up from her cup that had only a few jingling coins in the bottom. “Yes?” she croaked.
“Here,” Carolynn said. She handed the homeless woman a shopping bag stuffed full of groceries. “I thought you might be able to use these.” She’d gone into the store and bought them for the lady when she’d spotted her sitting outside of the store.
The lady grinned. Her teeth were surprisingly white. “Thank you, dearie.” Her voice croaked, but there was something new in it. “Bless her, Lord Jesus.”
From that day on, any time Carolynn was feeling down, she would spot a rainbow in the sky when no one else would see it.
“And the King will say, ‘I tell you the truth, when you did it to one of the least of these my brothers and sisters, you were doing it to me!’