Before I share this message I would like to thank God and I would like to thank all who continue to support me, have confidence in me, and just believe in what I am doing for our God. As it says in the Word, God has blessed me exceedingly and abundantly. Myself, I have been working between 65 and 70 hours a week. I have truly been busy. Please pray for me and all of my co-workers at Fashions Inc. in Ottawa, KS. We can use all the prayers we can get. We know where our strength comes from.
Also, please pray for me in this regard. The Lord has recently spoken into my life about full-time ministry. I have prayed about the situation and I am asking for you to do the same. I not sure it is His will for my life at this moment. I am an obedient Son of the most high God and I will serve Him to the best of my ability. Once again, please pray because I am meeting with a gentleman this Friday concerning this ministry. Thank you. I give God all glory, honor, and praise.
Have you ever pondered the caricature of God? Artists can exaggerate the physical and we find it amusing. Caricatures of God, on the other hand, are not funny. Exaggerating one of His attributes presents a distorted view that people easily dismiss. Like a caricature, a distorted view of God is taken seriously. Those who see God portrayed only as an angry and demanding judge are easily lured away by someone who emphasizes mercy. Those who see God as a kind-hearted grandfather will reject that image when they need justice. Those who see God as an intellectual idea rather than a living, loving being eventually find other ideas more appealing. We must worship all of God, not just what we like. The Lord is longsuffering and abundant in mercy, forgiving iniquity and transgression; but He by no means clears the guilty. Numbers 14:18.