The Greatest Caregiver of All Time Is Jesus Christ

Even in His death on the cross, he assured one of the thieves would be cared for; that night he would be in paradise.

And the last act of caregiving by Jesus was telling His followers to wait in Jerusalem as He was sending the Holy Spirit, their helper to them.

Job 39:19-25 Was it you, Job, who made horses so strong and gave them their flowing manes? 20 Did you make them leap like locusts and frighten people with their snorting? 21 They eagerly paw the ground in the valley;they rush into battle with all their strength. 22 They do not know the meaning of fear, and no sword can turn them back. 23 The weapons which their riders carry rattle and flash in the sun. 24 Trembling with excitement, the horses race ahead;when the trumpet blows, they can't stand still. 25 At each blast of the trumpet they snort; they can smell a battle before they get near, and they hear the officers shouting commands.

Christ commanded each one of us to depend upon God, yet He also established His church as the body to care for each other whether it be our selves, our families, neighbors, fellow workers, ministry partners, the wealthy, the poor, the hungry, sick and illiterate, and those who have been blessed abundantly.

Nowhere in the New Testament did it mention a specific denomination.  Also Jesus commanded us to not only take care of our loved ones, but also out enemies.  Zechariah the Old Testament Prophet speaks about how God will be angry with his shepherds (religious leaders) and will raise up sheep to be warhorses.  Then we read in Job about what the attributes of a warhorse is.

Zechariah 10:3The people of Judah are mine, and I, the Lord Almighty, will take care of them. They will be my powerful war-horses. 

Are you the warhorse God is raising up today?