Dear <<First Name>>,
We trust that you are keeping well in this unprecedented time. There are many uncertainties, but one thing has never changed even in today’s world. His Word is incorruptible and eternal (1 Pet. 1:23).
We were going to send out a newsletter when the whole Corona-virus pandemic hit. There are many suppositions surrounding this global situation and many of them are intriguing. However, one thing that is certain in this time of uncertainty is that God is still God and He is still good.
In times such as these, we definitely need to heed the words of Jesus when He said, “…And there will be famines, pestilences, and earthquakes in various places. All these are the beginning of sorrows… Now when these things begin to happen, look up and lift up your heads, because your redemption draws near.” (Mt. 24:7b-8; Lk. 21:28)
While it is tempting to be consumed with what is transpiring around us, regardless of what we are facing, Jesus foretold of a time that would be a time of utter hopelessness and tribulation. In that time of upheaval, He commanded us to LOOK UP and not around.
We want to encourage you in that regard and would like to share a couple of video testimonies about how powerful God’s Word is when it is planted in the heart and when people believe it.
In one of the testimonies, one lady testified that she used the Word and spoke it over her garden and got rid of the moles that plagued her for many seasons. She testified that she was able to experience her first harvest in years and all she did was speak His Word over her garden.
Video-The Word Got Rid of Moles from Her Garden
Video-Woman's Life Changed and Baptized in Holy Spirit During Lesson
In times like these, we need to be even more faithful to speak His Word over our lives for our health, our food and our livelihood. Being faithful is to be full of faith!
God is still God and He is still good!
Thank you partners for being such a blessing to so many people! TOGETHER, we are continuing to make a huge difference in people’s lives!
Co-Laborers in Christ,
Sean and Lisa Michaud