“Sharing my Birthday with you” by Michael Murdock – 3.18.22


Entry Submitted by Michael Murdock at 11:55 AM ET on March 18, 2022

Greetings IDC FAMILY,

Yes, today’s my 61st birthday. This morning I have been showered with greetings wishing me a Happy Birthday. I am grateful for all of those greetings. 

Yesterday, I received a gift of insight from God. I was at a store picking up some food items to eat in the car this weekend while I am sleeping in it. When I finished getting a few things, I checked out and left the store to get back to the car. On the way there I passed a crowd of people who were rushing into the store since it was St Patrick’s Day to get whatever they were there for. 

As I approached the car, something caught my eye. A black object with a bright red stripe across it was laying on the ground. As I got closer, I could see it was a wallet bursting at the seams with money in the form of $100 bills. 

What shocked me was how many people had walked by it and not picked it up to turn it in. I picked it up, placed my bag into the car and checked the wallet for ID. There was a driver’s license with a picture of an elderly man on it. Had I seen him in the store?

I left the car and returned to the store, as I walked in, I saw the back of a person’s head and thought could this be the person? I rushed after them but they were moving so fast to the back of the store, I finally caught up with them and said “Are you Tim?”

This guy was about 6’5” and said “Yes that’s my name what of it”? I smiled at him and said “God wanted me to give this to you, you dropped it in the parking lot”. HOLY SHIT he said as he actually checked his pockets to be sure it was his. He was wearing a shirt with his name on it so I knew I had the right guy and the picture matched too. He checked the contents of the wallet & thanked me. God Bless you I said to him and I walked back to the car and left.

The gift of insight that I received was do things for others because they feel good to do. 

I consider that wallet a gift from God that I was able to give back to the owner of it. 

I was in the right place because God wanted me there. The homeless folks in the front of the store were 20 ft from that wallet and couldn’t see it. The people who walked past it and left it couldn’t see it. For me it practically blinded me when I saw it and was guided to it. God works in mysterious ways in our lives. I am grateful for all he does for me.

Happy Birthday to all of those in IDC land who have the same birthdate, this date as me. May your day be filled with insight, love, understanding, wisdom, and if people are inclined to gift you, so be it.

God bless you all!

Michael Murdock, US NAVY VETERAN

IF any of you would like to help me with money for gas or food over this next week, I’m grateful for your kindness…

To use linktree click here >> LINKTREE <<
To use ZELLE through your bank, use my address murdockme@me.com  to send to.
To use CASHAPP, $veteran is my cashtag in that app.

Other than the methods above, I use no other services other than these to receive donations/gifts/gratuities. 
If you have other information for me, it is not valid.


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