When thou passest through the waters… they shall not overflow thee (Isaiah 43:2).
“God does not open paths for us in advance of our coming. He does not promise help before help is needed. He does not remove obstacles out of our way before we reach them. Yet when we are on the edge of our need, God’s hand is stretched out.
Many people forget this, and are forever worrying about difficulties which they foresee in the future. They expect that God is going to make the way plain and open before them, miles and miles ahead; whereas He has promised to do it only step by step as they may need. You must get to the waters and into their floods before you can claim the promise.” (J.R.M.)
The Ten Days of Prayer meetings will resume tomorrow, Sabbath, @ 5 PM. During the week the meetings take place in the sanctuary at 8:30 AM and 6 PM. There will be no meeting tonight due to the cold weather and potential ice spots on the roads. Stay safe.
The Agape Feast has also been postponed till further notice. I hope that we’ll finalize the new date for the Agape Feast in the next few days. Watch for the announcement in the church bulletin, Facebook, website, my blog …
I am grateful for your prayers as I’ve been dealing with the flu (not COVID) for the last few days. This Sabbath I’ll be with your in my thoughts and prayers. Pastor Matthew will be preaching tomorrow for both services.
Stay warm and healthy 🙂