FROM THE PASTOR’S DESK

Meticulous bible readings in Concord, NC


Dear Brothers & Sisters in the Lord:

Bless the Lord and Happy October to you!  Fall, brightly colored leaves, apples and cooler temps are all on the way.  I love this time of year, and I pray you do too.  All time is His time.  Celebrate it!

Our Lord is so bountiful with the blessings He bestows upon us-- from the spiritual to the physical.  They are so many and so good; they are truly and gratefully received.  Thank you Almighty Jehovah God, the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.  Our Father, we love you!  Jesus, we thank you. Our Savior, Master, Lord and Messiah.  Our friend and our brother, joint heir to our Father…We love you!  Holy Spirit, we love you and thank you for fulfilling us, and for being the one who purges us from the old us, and who teaches us great things out of our Father’s Word.

How do you speak and pray to the Godhead (the three beings), Your Father, your brother and the Spirit?  The three operate and move as “one.”  We are all “one” in Him. Hallelujah!

Stay faithful.  Stay true.  Stay in the prayer closet longer and in His Word longer.  Then watch the blessings flow.  I’ll see you at His House!

I love you,

Verse for the Month:

…. but though our outward man perish, yet the inward man (person)

is renewed day by day. 

 ~II Corinthians 4:16~

 

Thought for the Month: 

“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched – they must be felt with the heart.”

~Helen Keller~

 

Pastor’s Thought for the Month:

The leaves may die by season but the “inside” of the tree never does. 

What about your inside?

 

Thoughts to Ponder!

  1. The best way to remember your wife’s birthday is to forget it once.
  2. A successful man is one who can earn more money than his family can spend.
  3. The trouble with these smart, modern children is that they don’t “smart” enough in the right places (i.e., their backside!).
  4. He who laughs last probably intended to tell the story himself.
  5. The early fish gets hooked for the same thing the early bird gets credit for.
  6. The difference between a rut and a grave is their dimensions.
  7. Love at first sight is not remarkable. It’s when people have been looking at each other for years that it becomes remarkable.
  8. The peak years of mental activity are between the ages of four and eighteen. At four they know all the questions; at eighteen they know all the answers.