Archive for November, 2008

Turkey day 2008

November 24, 2008

Heres hoping you have a fantastic Thanksgiving with your family.  My wife and I will be traveling to West Florida to see her 80 year old mom.  She is a real kicker.  At 80 years old she will work circles around most people half her age.  It was awsome to watch here when she came to help take care of Barbara after her fall and broken leg.  She got up in the mornings and did not quit until bed time at night.  She is an awsome lady.  We love her dearly.

I hope that you will be with your family and will give thanks to God for a boundful year that he has blessed us with.  Even though we have all been through some tough times in the last year, God has been so good to us by bringing us through with great victory.  So have a fantastic Thanksgiving with your family and remember to pray and be thankful for God’s blessings.

 

Pastor Minger

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What do we do in the post election era.

November 22, 2008

It is now time for the church to make sure to pray desperately for our nation and it’s leaders.  Through out the Bible God’s people were punished when they were disobedient to Him.  I think that we will be in one of those times of punishment unless we do like the saints of old and really pray for God’s divine intervention.

We are in for the possibilities for actives federal judges to be appoint that will rule and make law from the bench to fit the ultra liberal positions of groups that now feel empowered to get their immoral agenda passed on to us.  However, there is nothing that the power of prayer cannot conquer.  So let us sanctify ours selves and begin to desperately pray for our new leaders as they come to office. 

We as a church will survive!  God’s people always do and we will this time too.  So listen up to the cry for afirming leadership when I call you to prayer as never before.  God bless all of you…..you are loved.

New Things

November 5, 2008

Today is a celebration of new things.  The election of the first black American in history as president of the United States of America. 

It will amaze you how quickly new things become old.  It will become everyday stuff that we pay very little attention to.  We will pray for our new president that God will grip his heart and use him in a might way.  Thank God He is in control.  It is not for us to wonder why but to wonder when; when will Jesus come?  Could it be today?  I certainly am looking for Him today for He said, “unto them who look for Him shall He appear the second time with out sin to gather us home to be with Him.”