St. Patrick was a man of God.  He devoted himself to the work of God and made an ageless impact on a nation. 

The details of his ministry have sort of been lost in history, but one thing is clear, luck was not part of it… and orphans can’t depend on luck either.  

Some would say luck has not been on the side of the orphan, others might say they have become orphans because of the fallen world. 

God sees all that has happened and the difficulty they go through.  Yet their only hope is found in Him.  And believers who will be the hands and feet of Jesus to reach out to them and make them orphans no more. 

We must continue to believe that someday their stories will change, and get out and do something to make their ‘luck’ change. We must constantly pray for them and believe that He will not let them down!

But you know all about it—
the contempt, the abuse.
I dare to believe that the luckless
will get lucky someday in you.
You won’t let them down:
orphans won’t be orphans forever.
Psalm 10:14 (The Message) 

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