We have ourAccociate Pastor, Bro. Felix Johnson and his wife, Mrs Dana. Our youth pastor, Bro Michael McAuthor and Mrs. Christi who invest in our youth. They are surely a blessing! We have the bus drivers who are so willing to get up early on Sunday and go out and run the bus route so precious boys and girls can hear the gospel and get saved. May I say that several of the bus drivers are Sunday School Teachers, also. What are they doing? Investing their time and prayers in the life's for eternity. What can I do? Keep them lifted up in prayer!
We have Sunday School Teachers and Children's Church Workers that are trying to reach some with the gospel. It seems that everyone trys to work together. I think that is the secret.
Am I saying that we have a perfect church? No, there is no such thing! But what I am trying to convey is: that in working together God blesses. I don't want to take His blessings for granted. I want to do my part, however small it may seem.Last night the Lord send a gully washer. He came and washed some eyes with tears to overflowing that they might see. Some saw themselves as they really were. Lost and on their way to hell. The saints were blessed and encouraged to stay in the battle. We are fighting a real devil! But thank God - we can be overcomers by the Blood of the Lamb and the Word of our testimony. There is a work to do. I read a story on How The work can be done. One evening years ago in the province of Alberta, Canada, a young father and mother and their small boy went out for a stroll near by a wheat field. As they wandered through the waving grain, each thought the other held the hand of their little boy. Suddenly they realized the boy was not with them! They called loudly but there was no answer. Becoming more disturbed, they hunted frantically but without success. Finally the father went to the nearby village and organized a search party. For two days they went without sleep, and then someone suggested they all hold hands surrounding the entire wheat field, thus leaving not one single square foot uncovered in the last effort. Following this plan, holding hands, they advanced on the field and soon came across the body of the child. A hush spread over them as they realized they were too late -- the child was dead. As the group stood there with bowed heads someone whispered, "If only we had joined hands before it was too late." It is not too late for us to join hands. The job of rescuing lost sheep around the world is too big for us. (May I say the job of rescuing lost sheep in Livingston Parish is too big for us.) But if we join hands, with God's help, we can do a much better job. I care not who gets the credit; but I do care that we do our best in rescuing the perishing. I'm glad the Lord will bless when we pray! That is the area in my life that the Lord dealt with this week. I will do my best to be faithful. Souls are depending on our prayers! Our children and grandchildren are depending on our prayers. Lord, help us to be faithful! Help us never to forget that Our God is able in every situation of our life. We serve a Great BIG WONDERFUL GOD! May we join hands and pray for the impossible. He is a God of impossibilities! He proved that in our 2008 camp meeting. The theme was REACHING THE NEXT GENERATION. They are depending on us! He is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we can ask or think.