April 27, 2020

Good Morning! I trust everyone had a restful night. This morning, I am traveling in unfamiliar territory. Just as in my message yesterday (Mark 4: 35-41), Jesus is leading me into unfamiliar territory, this website is my “other side of the Sea of Galilee.” I am trying new and different methods (thanks to the Coronavirus) to spread the Good News, so I ask for your prayers as I begin this journey.

Philippians 1: 6 says; “being confident of this very thing, that He who has begun a good work in you will complete it until the day of Jesus Christ.”

Many of you may feel as though life is as good as over, your hopes, dreams and desires will never come to fruition. You thought life would be different by now, you’ve been knocked down and beaten up by the things of this world, to the point that you just don’t care any longer. But this verse says there is so much more waiting for you and me! God’s not finished with us, just yet!

God is not done with your dreams! God is not done with your ministry! God is not done with your kids! God is not done with your career! God is not done with your marriage! God is not done with YOU!

If you’re not dead, God is not done!

If you have accepted Jesus as your Savior, then turn to Him: pray, read, and study His word. Ask your family, friends and church to pray for you.

If you haven’t accepted Jesus as your Savior, then begin by praying the “Sinner’s Prayer” acknowledging that you are a sinner and that you need and want forgiveness, want to be a child of God.

Have a blessed and wonderful day! Remember Jesus Loves You!

PastorTom

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