I feel better today. The Lord is at work. I feel lighter today because I am carrying His yoke. The team spent most of the morning praying. I was awake at 1:30 to pray. Francis was up around 2 to pray. We (Moses, Samuel, Alfred, Francis and I) met at the Library for our regular time of prayer. We spent over two hours praying. At the end I read Ps. 103. It was a very powerful conclusion and we all left very blessed and encouraged in our soul and heart. We believe that the Lord will heal the doctor. His labour of love is not over yet. There is still more for him to do for the poor of this country. He shall live!
After prayer, I gave some fliers to everyone for distribution. We are targeting churches in and around Monrovia. “If His people will humble themselves, turn from their wicked ways, the Lord has promised to hear their prayers.”
For financial support we need funds to purchase additional rice, oil and beans.
This will assist:
- needy families having difficulties to feed the family,
- survivors of the virus,
- pastors working with us to help lessen their burden
$25.00 will buy a one of the following:
- 25 KG bag of rice,
- a large bag of beans or
- 25 litres of red oil.
Excerpts from Psalm 103
“Let all that I am praise the Lord; may I never forget the good things he does for me.
He forgives all my sins and heals all my diseases.
…The Lord is like a father to his children, tender and compassionate to those who fear him.
For he knows how weak we are; he remembers we are only dust.
Our days on earth are like grass; like wildflowers, we bloom and die….
But the love of the Lord remains forever with those who fear him.
His salvation extends to the children’s children of those who are faithful to his covenant, of those who obey his commandments!”