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|Posted on October 9, 2013 at 8:02 PM|
Ministry Events for week ending 10/6/13:
Tuesday's Study at the Tulia Unit: Due to Administration procedures, we did not convene this week.
Thursday's Study at the Youth Center of the High Plains: Psalms 118: 21-24 served as a prerequisite for Isaiah 55:8-11. The day that the Lord has made continues on, even with the rising of the sun, and the setting of the same. His word, which resides from everlasting to everlasting, world without end, continues onward in the strength, of it's character. God's word continues to create anew, in the refurbishing of His creation, including mankind. After I prayed the pausing prayer, one of the young men asked the instructor, overseeing the Study, if he could approach me. In a whisper, he asked, "Can I be saved?" I replied, in all earnest, "Of course you can. I can pray for you, but, God wants to hear from you. Pour out your heart to him, and give it all, one hundred percent to Him. I will pray for you, but, you have to let Him hear from you. Do you understand?" "Yes sir", he answered. As I was leaving, going down the corridor, I prayed my usual prayer, for the Lord to allow His word to remain. I thought of that same young fellow. For it was he , who said that his grandfather was the pastor of his Church, and how they studied together. It reminded me of my home situation. Our work never can take a break, or a rest.
Sunday's Study at the Clements Unit: I opened the Service with scripture and prayer. The Praise Team led us in three songs of worship. I gave a testimony of my conversion. One of the men gave a brief message. Two more came with testimonies. One of the men delivered a message, on our practice of forgiving.We, then, celebrated the Lord's Supper. I delivered a message from the aforementioned question at the Youth Center, that I was asked. "Can I be saved". Looking at others, we sometimes believe in our hearts, that some are non savable. We must remember where we came from, and who continued, without ceasing, to pray for us.
MAY THE LORD BLESS YOU AND KEEP YOU!
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