One of popular Southern Baptist Bible teacher Beth Moore’s favorite stories to tell in that of brushing the hair of elderly man at the Asheville, North Carolina airport. According to her story Beth Moore received a direct and articulate message from God in her heart ordering her to brush hair of the old man, who was disheveled and in need of care. He had been in the hospital and was returning home to his wife. Beth Moore recounts the story at the video below:
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