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His Protection

Natural Disasters

In September, we saw a number of our missionaries and churches caught in natural disasters. Houston, Texas, was hit by Hurricane Harvey.  Mexico City was struck with an  earthquake of 7.1 magnitude. Puerto Rico was devastated by Hurricane Maria.

Kept Safe

Our churches and people were kept safe in these places. But they need continual prayer as they minister in the midst of much destruction.

Do I understand?

I read something the other night that I don’t ever recall reading or at least I have never read it this way before. Exodus 14:19-20. We may have seen this in our lives before and not understood when it happened. 

Fire and Cloud

God, The Angel of The Lord, went before them. At night, He was a pillar of fire, during the day He was a cloud. In Exodus 14:20 we see Him manifested as fire and cloud at the same time: He led them by fire through the Red Sea all night long while being a cloud of darkness and confusion to the Egyptians that were behind them.  

Up to this point the pillar of fire had meant stop and rest for the night. Now it meant: get to move on. 

His Way

Sometimes we get to the place where we expect God to do what He does the same way as always, and when He changes things on us we get upset, when all He is trying to do is to preserve us, protect us, lead us, guide us….. – Pastor Duane George

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    Pastor Caleb Armah says

    Psalm 138:7 “though I will walk in the midst of trouble, the Lord will revive me” Great to testimony. It causes us to wax strong in the Lord.

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      Pastor Duane George says

      Pastor Caleb you are correct. In this world we are always in the midst of trouble, it is all around us but we are hid in Christ, Colossians 3:3. So Christ is all around us and the trouble is all around Him as He protects us from it in the the midst of it.

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