Gratitude Attitude

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1 Thessalonians gives us what we all look for, the will of God for our lives. It also gives a command from God. He commands us: in everything give thanks. In everything give thanks. Everything. Why? Because we serve a good God. He does no evil to us. He wants us to rejoice in our lives regardless of the circumstance. We (those that have Yeshua) have that blessed hope and our lives are a continual reflection of this.

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On the Streets of St. Louis

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I went to the Delmar loop. It feels like it has been a long time since I have been here. I talked to a woman who was trying to raise money for a charity, and she said while on the job that she could not talk about Jesus. I shared the gospel with her anyway. I met couple of Christian women, and one needs prayer for her boyfriend named Cash. What is funny about this charity that was raising money is that down the street there was another couple of women. I was able to talk to a woman, and she said she was Catholic. I shared with her that the actual gospel is Jesus dying on the cross for her sins.

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Letters from Prison II

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Shalom. I pray that all of you are well and enjoying the love and grace of Yeshua.,

Hashem is faithful! I have been incarcerated for 20 years now. At first, I thought that God had forsaken me to allow such a thing to happen, but that just goes to show you that we will never fathom the mind of HaShem. God does everything for a reason and a purpose, and sometimes we cannot quite grasp it. The funny thing is that we are not supposed to, well at least until He is ready. Then it is just mind-blowing when we do. And that is what makes Him God! Hallelujah!

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MBWA Examples

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One of our volunteers, Ken Ebright, in St. Louis has kept up his personal ministry by wandering around ever since we left St. Louis in 2015 to move to Texas. The following are a few of his many reports of what has been happening. Your prayers for Ken would be much appreciated, and If you want to send him a note of encouragement he can be reached at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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