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|Posted on March 18, 2014 at 6:30 PM|
Ministry Events for week ending 3/16/14:
We, of Outer Camp Ministries are about to embark on a very busy schedule, Lord's will. I apologize to all, who may be following, this blog. I have been slack, in my updates. I will try to keep focused, in this venue, as long as the Lord sees fit. I have been contemplating and meditating, on writing a book.If done, it will be to help in the teachings, at the facilities, that we have studies at. And, for other deployments. I have began to give out "Certificates of Achievement" to those who have attended, at least twenty-six weeks of study, in the "English Bible Study", at the Tulia Unit. There remains, at a minimum, one hundred men, whom I need names and numbers of, to send them their certificates. Many are scattered at various Units. If anyone has info regarding these men, please advise me of them, and their whereabouts.
Tuesday's study at the Tulia Unit: We reviewed Psalms 34: 17-19. We had looked into verses 12-17, at the last meeting. King David gave illustrations of the cries, or, prayer renderings, unto God, and His responses to them. As Jesus spoke about the prayers that are sent "amiss", we should be mindful, of the importance, in being truthful to God, as well, as to ourselves.
Thursday's Study at The Youth Center of the High Plains: I took the Strong's concordance, and we reviewed scriptures concerning forgiveness. We started at Matt 6: 12. The Lord's prayer instructions in forgiveness serve as a guideline for all, inside of Christ and for those, who have not yet surrendered. It displays the reality of requests, of a patient, and ready to forgive Father. We shared many scriptures, as led by the Spirit of God. This class was very responsive and attentive. Praise the Lord, on High.
Saturday: I received word, this morning, that my pastor has died. Jack Johnson, the pastor of New Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church, in Amarillo. Please be in pray for all affiliated with him, including his wife, Ruby, my sister.
Saturday's Revival Service at the Roach Unit: The Praise Team led us in a few songs pf praise. Danny McFalls delivered a word form several scriptures. He also gave a testimony of his change. I gave a message from Isaiah 7:14. Comparisons were made of our mother Eve.
Sunday's Revival Service (morning): I want to pause here to tell you of the faithfulness of two of the Volunteer Chaplains, at the Roach Unit. Larry Crabtree and his wife, have contributed much to the ongoing Church Services, and Kiaros activities at the Unit. Their faith and steadfastness, has been unselfish, which illustrates their love for the Father, and all that are blessed through them. The Praise Team led us in spiritual renditions to the Father. Danny McFalls came forth with words of encouragement, and examples of yielding to God. I gave a word from John 14: 26-23. Yes, in reverse. It was to put emphasis, on the fact that the Holy Ghost, is not alone within the tabernacle of saved souls. The Father and the Son, also, sets up an everlasting abode. They are not separated, in any phase of salvation.
Sunday's Revival Service (noon): the Praise Team led, again, in our songs of worship. Danny McFalls spoke on some of the keys to salvation. Since, we were strapped for time. He was brief. I delivered a message, briefly, concerning "laying it down", at the cross. We, as messengers of God, usually, put in great efforts, painting pictures of Heaven and Life eternal, in the bosom of the Father. But, I was lead to take the "low road", if you will. A picture of Hell and Death eternal, in a tormented Hell, where you are not "surely dead".
Sunday's Revival Service - Boot Camp (afternoon): A couple of songs of praise, were played on the cd player. One of the men gave a testimony and scriptures. Danny McFalls gave some details on yielding to God, and some testimony. I gave a word from John 11: 30-35. Jesus wept. Why? It was not just for Lazarus. For, the Savior waited a few days to go and raise him from the dead. He knew what he would do, to glorify the Father. Those tears were, without doubt, for us.
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