Yay. We’re Getting The Band Back Together!
A favorite time in our meetings is when the family of God comes together to play instruments, sing, rejoice, worship, and seek the Lord in One Spirit. The music is awesome; the energy, contagious; and the spirit, sweet.
He Touched Us
The spirit of God should always be in our hearts, no matter where we are. During the March Convention, many went down to the altar for prayer. As tears streamed down faces, touching Jesus was all that mattered.
Raising our hands to God takes our eyes off us, and turns us to Jesus. The presence of God softens our hearts and moves us forward.
It’s Unbelievable How Close God Is To Us
When you cry out to God and praise Him, circumstances can turn around.
Going down to the altar is about our relationship with the Heavenly Father, our personal Savior. Elder has always taught that God isn’t far away, rigid, or austere. He’s right here, right now, and we can talk to Him as our closest friend who loves us and takes care of us.
We can call on Him anytime and anyplace. No matter what situation, we are never alone.
Reach Out And Hold On
God didn’t promise a life without pain, but He did promise to never let us go.
In a life turned upside down, God can achieve what we don’t think is possible. The scriptures settle in our bones. The Holy Ghost settles in our spirit. In all our circumstances, the Lord never takes His hand off us. He’s with us. In all life’s problems and in our brokenness, God is with us.
When We Can’t See The Light Of Day
Fear, unknowns, and worrying overwhelm. We say “help me” and all we hear is silence. We want to run but have nowhere to go. We pray with all our heart, nothing worthy of the book of Psalms, but cries from deep inside. We pray God will send someone to talk to us. We can’t endure this trial alone.
People are everywhere. We hold so many connections in the palm of our hand. Yet, we’re alone, holding back defeat.
Come To The Altar
When we have a burden we can’t bear, bring it to the Lord. We have a Ministry whose prayers are backed by the power of God. We’re blessed to have men of God who love us and care for our souls. Their prayers yield results.
As the Ministry lays hands on us and we surrender to the Holy Ghost, the Lord penetrates our heart and a surge of hope is restored.