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Most of the world has been “self-isolating” and “social distancing” for the last few months. Hopefully, Christians used that time to study God’s word and draw closer to Him, rather than being inundated by the mainstream news and its reports on this flu which has caused so much panic. “Cabin fever” has been wearing away at our nerves. Some …

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May 15,2020

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

Thank you to our new subscribers. We pray this newsletter blesses each of you. Our prayer is that the peace that passes all understanding will surround each of you and that you will have no fear and be comforted in these very hard days. We look to the One who holds the entire world in His Hand for all things and these are the days we are to look to Him first and foremost. 

The phrase “do not be afraid” is written in the Bible 365 times. That's a daily reminder from God to live everyday fearless. We are seeing the dark forces in this world growing bolder and darker by the hour. And we are told not to live in fear.  These are the days when we are to let our light shine brightly and this does not mean to be fearful. 

These are the days that will try the hearts of men. In these uncertain times, please remember that we are not given the spirit of fear. "Ye were not given the spirit of fear but of power and love and a sound mind." II Timothy 1:7. We are told not to fear in the Word of God often. We are also told that the hearts of men would fail them for fear. Which group do you fit into? Our human mind wants to fear but we must rest in the assurance that our Heavenly Father is with us at all times and we must spend our time in prayer and conduct ourselves accordingly. 

Please join us in prayer for all our brethren who are experiencing sickness, loss, or grief. We pray that our Heavenly Father would comfort each and each one and give each His peace in all circumstances. 


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