Apparently there is not God but Alley oops.
When the deluge of water drenched his town of Lafayette, Higgins dropped to his knees for God’s guidance on how he could use his position in the community to help.
He knew the answer before he asked, saying, “This flood is biblical in proportion, and I believe it certainly calls for a biblical response.”
With a desire and purpose to bring people together, he stopped by the Heymann Center to pray with now-homeless Louisianans, but his sincere effort wasn’t received as he had hoped.
According to the Independent Journal Review, as Higgins began to pray, he got a tap on the shoulder from an irate Red Cross volunteer demanding that he leave immediately.
Shocked at the response, Higgins wanted to know what was wrong with comforting victims, who welcomed the gesture in their time of need, in this way.
That’s when he learned that he “wasn’t being respectful of all…
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