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Wednesday, May 01, 2013

Unexpected Miracle

Last week I had someone (Kate) contact me who wanted to try Choffy. We made an appointment for last night. Tyler said he wanted to come along. As we pulled up outside this woman's house, I decided to say a prayer to ask God to help us build up this business. Tyler and I went up to the door and the husband answered. He looked confused as to why we were on his doorstep and said his wife was at the mall, that she must have forgotten. He tried to call her but her phone was dead. He said he would text us when she returned. 

We packed back up in the van and tried to decide what to do. Tyler called someone from his class at school and asked if we could stop by and share Choffy with them. His friend, named Jesse, said he was just wondering today what Tyler was drinking from his thermos. He invited us over and we met his lovely wife and one of his three kids. After the presentation, they bought two bags of Choffy. 

After we left, I had a message from another girl in the same neighborhood. She asked if we could stop by and share Choffy with her husband, which we did. They loved it and wanted to buy some IC Dark, but I had just sold the only bag I brought with me to Jesse. (this just goes to show that I should bring more than one bag of each kind with me). At this point, we got a text from the first lady, Kate, and she said she was home and asked if we could come over. 

Kate and her husband, Darius, really enjoyed the Choffy. They wanted to buy some La Espanola, but wouldn't you know it? I had sold it to Jesse. So I couldn't sell them a bag at that time, but we made plans to meet up today to bring them a bag. 

As we drove away from Kate's house, the thought occurred to me that when I had prayed to ask for help from God - I assumed that He would help me with sharing it with Kate. But God thinks bigger than I do, and because I asked Him - he led me to three families all in one evening! I am so grateful that He cares about me and about my business. He wants to be involved in my life. I just need to ask and involve Him. 



Incidentally, if you would like to try a sample of Choffy, I would be happy to mail you a FREE sample and it includes a FREE one-time-use disposable French press. Leave a comment or email me at jilldpierce at gmail dot com if you'd like to try it. It has changed my life. I call it my "Everything is going to be okay drink," and I've lost 11 pounds by switching from soda to drinking this brewed chocolate. My website is: www.drinkchoffy.com/jillpierce

1 comment:

Annie said...

That's a neat story. I haven't tried Choffy yet... from the way you talk about it, I'm afraid that I would really like it and get addicted to it! I don't have a soda problem or any beverage addiction, for that matter. I'm not sure I want one... :)