One widow faced daily fines because a relative used her house to take out trash and waste.
There was a lot of rot and rusty rubbish in her yard, because the garbage was thrown there for more than one year. And the yard already looked like a city dump.
Other members of the widow’s family refused to help her clean up the rubbish. The widow was threatened with over $2,000 in fines every day if that horrible mess wasn’t cleaned up.
The widow’s name was Agnes Maples. At her venerable age of 90, she was in desperate need of outside help.
Her problems were not limited to a dump in the yard. Her house began to collapse, and this made her life much more difficult.
She had no air conditioning, and the roof required major repairs. In addition, animals regularly wandered into the old woman’s house.
All this was completely unfavorable for a person at her age with health issues.
Agnes was physically in poor shape. She hardly walked. Cooking and cleaning, as well as dressing, was a real challenge for her.
It was absolutely impossible to remove the rubbish on her own. Since her husband passed away, there was no one in her life who could help her. Because the rest of her relatives only brushed her aside.
Agnes knew she needed to do something about this situation.
She contacted Operation Blessing. Operation Blessing is a charitable organization in which people of faith help others by demonstrating God’s love and compassion. They operate not only in the United States, but throughout the world.
The mission of the organization is to provide assistance to the hungry, medical care and healthcare, community development, care for orphans and children in difficult conditions, and much more.
Selflessly working for the benefit of humanity, the participants strive to provide physical assistance to any person who needs it.
As soon as the people from Operation Blessing became aware of Agnes’ situation, they immediately took action. They destroyed the old trailer and demolished the barn, which posed a serious threat. This is the only job they agreed to do.
But then a miracle happened. Agnes found that many more volunteers had responded.
Agnes did not ask for their help and did not expect them to appear in her house. It looks like the people from Operation Blessing turned to the volunteers for more help.
Not only did these volunteers help clean up Agnes’ yard dump, they also laid a new path to her backyard, set up some flower beds in the garden, removed all the debris, and even repaired the roof.
Now Agnes is proud of her property and all the time tells the others what the volunteers managed to do. Agnes considers them her little angels and promises that she will never forget them.
Volunteers from this organization did more than they were asked. They performed a small miracle to brighten up the life of a woman who faced problems day after day.