Reaching those - who would be lost in His Name to be Priest of the Lord...Isaiah 6:16

Our main purpose is to Reconcile all people to knowledge of the gift of grace and power of God in todays world for their individual lives. We will have a discipleship teaching orientation for Pastors, leaders and believers of all ages with a special focus on areas that do not get many well-known speakers including widows and orphan. Today’s calling seems to be Africa, but the Lord recent spoke to our hearts to think bigger…His is a WORLD WIDE OPERATION- and He will not lose what He died for---His people- You

Saturday, January 11, 2014

Just call us friends

From the heart of Denver but it is my heart as well

I Corinthians 3:14 says there is a reward for our work…
Heb 11:6 says we must believe God is a rewarder of those who seek him…
As a follower of Jesus Christ there is nothing more satisfying than giving. When that Giving involves a child who is on the receiving end nothing can be closer to bring joy to warm the givers heart.
Jesus said, “It is more blessed to give than to receive.”
In the Sermon on the Mount , Jesus taught His disciples to Bless the Poor in spirit; to bless those who mourn; to bless who hunger for righteousness.

 He said even a cup of cold water given in His Covenant Name would be rewarded.
Like you -As follower of Jesus- It is the most joyous thing to Love people and children.
To see the smiles on their faces when they get the understanding that somebody loves them and thinks they are important.

 Here is Africa the people call Stacey & I- Pastors. Really it is not what they call us that bless us.
 I will tell you a secret of my heart.
What blessed me the most- is to see the change in the faces as we arrive and begin to speak of how Jesus changed our lives and put love in our hearts for people. The initial reception is usually kind, yet often guarded or even resistant… is this change to the melting heart into friendship that happens as we speak that is my greatest reward. 

As we are preaching the people, who were guarded, become one in spirit with us and us with them. This is exactly the greatest reward that we can receive as brother and sisters in Jesus. Call us apostles, call us pastors, calls us priest of the Lord, or just call us friends. We are not looking for titles….we are looking for the melting of the heart into brotherhood and love as one in unity that is occurring everywhere we go.
We saw it in Haiti; we have seen it in Mukono; we have seen it in South Sudan, and this week it is happening again at the Tabernacle of Christ’s Church in Entebbe, Uganda under Pastor Kaaya and his people.

 Julius a 17 year old of Abba house asked me recently what the meaning of “Worth It All was? I cannot explain the answer to that question better than this: the answer to your questions Julius is: “this melting of the heart to acceptance is the meaning of Worth It All Thank you friends.


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