Ministry in Belize

Early this morning, I flew to Belize City, Belize with others from my church and around the United States to bring hope, healing, and the message of righteousness to that nation. I have a great anticipation of what God has planned. In fact, I specifically felt the Lord tell me we are on specific assignment at this specific time.

You can read more about the work we will doing in this article by Charisma News: Can a Nation Be Saved in a Day? I will also be sharing updates and prayer requests through my Instagram stories and Facebook so follow the links on my home page (upper right corner) to stay connected this week.

I appreciate your prayers!


Last command of our Commander in Chief: “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit” (Matthew 28:19). –Jesus


 

Testimony: Facing God

I’ve been reading “Facing God” & can’t  put it down! I read it straight thru the first time & now I’m going back reading it slower this time. It’s not just helping me understand Job’s life, it’s helping me understand my own life! It’s so easy to start slipping into self-righteousness without even realizing it. I’ve found myself so many times asking God “why” when bad things keep happening. And when I’ve read Job in the past it was hard & bothered me. Why would God do that?! Why did Job say that?! Why are his friends describing God that way?!

Reading “Facing God” is answering my why’s!!! And it’s helping me to recognize the times when I’ve been like Job & stepped over into self-righteousness without even realizing it. But best of all it’s pulling scripture together & teaching me the truth about God’s goodness & love & mercy!!!

I LOVE this book!!!

I loved (and learned from!) both of your others too!!! But I really really love this one!!! ❤️❤️❤️

|Tracy Peddy|


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No Longer a Wretch

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Amazing grace, how sweet the sound, that saved a wretch like me… I have my own definitions of what a wretch is (how I used to see myself), but the dictionary describes it as a deplorably unfortunate or unhappy person, a person of despicable or base character. We could add the words beggar, bum, lowlife, […]