Sunday, February 05, 2006

Blog was down yesterday afternoon into the late evening ...

I could not even get on it myself. I think the server was having problems. Anyway ...

This is day 5 of the 5 days of faith. We continue to pray and expect to see The LORD GOD do great things. The theme of constant prayer has been noticed througout the majority of e-mail, blog comments and phone calls. We should all be in constant prayer at one level or another, but our lives do get busy and we get distracted. However, we can stay in a ready attitude of prayer, open for The LORD to speak to us and direct us at a moments notice.
We will be going to church at Liberty Christian Fellowship in Cleveland Texas this morning. There is a brother who will be leading preaching named Ed Traut. He operates in the prophetic.

We are looking forward to hearing him speak.
We had a birthaday party in the rec. room at the RV park. We had cake and the place provides popcorn and drinks to the people staying here all day and night. It was fun, She got a new study Bible from us and a journal from her aunt Sonya and uncle Randy. It was great to see everyone from home. (Especially our kids).
Time to go. GW and RW

This is the One we serve. " And the One Who sat there (on the Throne) appeared like the crystilline brightness of jasper and the fiery sardius, and encircling the throne there was a halo that looked like a rainbow of emerald ... " Revelation 4:3


Jack said...

I had to jump on and send you a message real quick. I walked into the room and heard T.D. Jakes refer to the man who was blind that Jesus came to heal. At first he said men appeared to him like trees. Jesus ministered to him until he could see clearly. He made the point that Jesus will stick with you until you've experienced complete deliverance if we will persist with him and tell him our limitations. He said most of us will accept "good enough" either because we're surrounded by people who can't see clearly themselves (so compared to them we've received enough) or else we're willing to hold on to only a mediocre expectation. Low expectations limit us on every hand and make it impossible for God to get maximum glory in what He can do.

Remember, God is able to do EXCEEDINGLY abundantly above ALL that we could ask or think!

We love you!

Steve T. said...

We are believing with you for a miracle. I know that the Lord will be glorified by your courage and faith. Hopefully we'll be able to see you againg soon.

Anonymous said...

Good Morning!
Ps. 59:16,17 But as for me, I shall sing of Your strength; Yes, I shall joyfully sing of Your lovingkindness in the morning, For You have been my stronghold and a refuge in the day of my distress. O my strength, I will sing praises to You; For God is my stronghold, the God who shows me lovingkindness.
WE LOVE you guys and are standing with you today and each day. Please post as soon as you get the results of the test today. No matter what, the Lord is in control and has you in the palm of His hand. So there is no need to fear nor worry. You are in good hands with God!!!!!!!!!!!!
Love and Prayers,
Eileen xoxoxo :>)

Anonymous said...

Hey George and family. How are things going? We miss you so much at CVT George. We are ready for you to come back to work. I hope all is well. I tried to call but I was hesitant that it may have been too late in the evening. Waited for voicemail to leave you a message but never picked up. I am on call tonight. Has not been bad. 2 between 8 and 12 and one after midnight. It is almost 4a.m. Couldn't sleep. Casey put in his 2 week notice today at work. What a mess, but we will be ok. It was putting a lot of unneccassary stress on everyone. So....Well I miss you tons, I am off tomorrow. Call me and tell me news on your CT. I know it will be good news. God bless you and your family.