Reflecting on His Grace
I am humbled to know that He loves me. His love compels me to serve Him every day of my life. In recent days I have been reminded that the Gospel is alive and powerful. It saves and transforms lives.
Eleven years ago was the last time I saw Diego. He was my best friend in high school and definitely one of my best friends in life. We just connected really well from the very first day we met. Sadly, when I was in high school, I was not burdened to share Christ. Because of this, one my priorities was to reconnect with him, share Christ with him, and invite him to come to church. I am so glad that all these goals were completed last week. I met with him last Tuesday and spent four hours talking about many subjects of which the most important was Christ. I shared the Gospel and invited him to come to church. He came to church on Sunday night and left very content. Please pray that he continues to come back and pray that God will open his eyes toward the Gospel.
This coming Saturday we have our Christmas Celebration. We have a number of potential guests and are praying that God will grant eternal life to some this weekend.
Would you please pray with us for a couple of things?
1. Please pray for laborers. Both national and foreign. By faith we know that God will bring people to work with us.
2. Josué's citizenship process is still going on. We are praying that all comes to an end this coming February. Please pray that no significant drawbacks occur.
Thank you or your prayers, support, and friendship. It means the world to us.
The Ortiz Family.
10/27/2020 12:16:24 am
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