The Official Writing Challenge
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You clearly showed the difference of being a 'hear or a doer' of the Word. And too often seekers do fall through the cracks in the floor of our worship gatherings. Your ending reminded me that we never know God's plan for the seeming misfits, or the part we can play in 'spurring them on to good works". Your Missionary ending made me think you could somehow do a sequel or extension of your story telling us more about the biker missionary.
This is so true. People, including Christians, never get along with total strangers, and too often push them out. Likewise we cannot know what God will do with them. I was confused as to what this story had to do with the subject worship, especially with the narrator’s lack of concentration in the service, until I realised that the deed of overcoming this aversion to strangers is obedience to God and worship in itself.