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The Lord Is My Light and My Salvation



November 18, 2021


Psalm 27:1 (KJV)

1 "The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? the Lord is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?"


Update: The Lord leads us on a road that He choses for us. Our service for the band last night was canceled. Carmen and I were talking on the bus this afternoon  and she mentioned that some pastors cancel services because of sickness in the family. We didn’t know, but at that moment in our conversation the pastor hosting our service had to cancel because his 104 year old father had gotten very sick. So our plans changed but God led us on a journey and, as a good friend of mine always would say to me, “You just can’t make this stuff up.”


After our dinner we had the privilege of praying for our waiter to receive Jesus as Lord and prayed for healing in his body. Later on, Nahum asked us to go to a place where he wants to start holding a Sunday morning service.


It is in a restaurant and he requested that we go there to pray over the building and the owner. We had three of their employees receive Jesus and seven responded to a prayer of reconciliation. Many prayed for health and for protection. The owner was filled with the Holy Spirit.


Every day we see God's plan for Honduras as He encourages them to trust Him for all of their needs. To God be the glory!


Father, I can only stand in awe of Your holy presence. My heart is being impacted with every situation that You put in front of me. I feel humbled as You touch us with Your grace. Thank You again for this incredible journey. In Jesus's name, Amen and amen.


Blessings on the journey, and remember the best is yet to come.

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