Friday, 28 June 2013

Friday, June 28th, 2013

Praise the Lord Jesus for another wonder filled day.  The Lord is working to enlarge our world and in order to enlarge our outer world the Holy Spirit must first work to enlarge our inner world.  It’s seems that we can never manage and maintain outwardly what we haven’t enlarged and accepted inwardly.  Real change effects our attitude as well as our actions.  It’s possible to have the right actions but destroy things with a bad attitude.  1 Peter 3:8  “Finally, all of you should be of one mind. Sympathize with each other. Love each other as brothers and sisters.  Be tenderhearted, and keep a humble attitude.” (New Living Translation)  As you work with God He works with you and a new level of love fills your world.
On this past Tuesday we received word that Rev. Monty Lewis went home to be with the Lord.  He was just with us this past Easter and he walked in a powerful anointing.  Growing up in New Waterford he lived a life of sin and was always in trouble.  Feared and hated, Monty ended up in prison, and while in the hole of a jail, a Salvation Army officer walked by and asked Monty if he knew that he was a sinner.  Those words went deep into his heart and Monty confessed his sin and accepted Jesus as his Lord.  Jesus in a moment changed Monty’s life and Monty has lived his life since then to rescue the lost, reach the hurting, and help the down and out.  Please pray for his family as the funeral service is tomorrow in Fredericton, NB.
This Sunday morning I’ll be sharing on, ‘Changing For The Better.’  In order to become a better person we must be shown a better way.  God always sends someone to you to point you in the right direction.  If you don’t like the vessel who carries the message then you won’t embrace the word that they were sent to give you.  Sunday evening we are hoping to have our first Drive-in service of the year. Weather permitting we will be on our church property on Grand Lake Road @6.  Come and bring a friend as Pastor Mark shares with us the word of the Lord. 
Continue to pray for those in need, looking forward to seeing you on Sunday, lots of love Pastor Kevin and Alice 

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