here is the conclusion of the matter:
Fear God and keep his commandments,
for this is the duty of all mankind.”
Good morning Brothers and Sisters!
Well, the icy roads and bad driving are here. I want to share with you something that happened on the way to work Tuesday morning. It is so wonderful to see God’s hand at work!
That morning, as I was driving to work on Hwy 2 at around 0715hrs, a young girl passed me just before the Swan Creek lake bridge. As she got on to the bridge, she hit an icy patch, lost control and hit the concrete medium. Another driver and I stopped to help, and as we were there, we saw a truck that had jumped the guard rail and was down in the ditch (it must have happened just moments before us).
A few minutes later, another car left the road right next to us (just missing us by a few feet) and slid into the hwy center. Now there is more to this story, but suffice to say the point I am trying to make is that there were no injuries. Just a few shook up people. In all of that, me and the other guy that helped were right in the middle of it all and were safe from harm.
So after the Fire truck, EMTs and RCMPs got there, me and the other driver left. As I drove away, all I could think about is how God protected those 3 persons from serious injury or even death. Little did they know God was there! Amen!
At lunch I was reading my bible and I came upon this Psalm in Acts 2, Psalm 16 but mostly 8-11. We are protected at God’s right hand because we have a Risen Saviour… Christ!
8 I have set the Lord always before me; because he is at my right hand, I shall not be shaken. 0 Therefore my heart is glad, and my whole being rejoices; my flesh also dwells secure. 10 For you will not abandon my soul to Sheol, or let your holy one see corruption. 11 You make known to me the path of life; in your presence there is fullness of joy; at your right hand are pleasures forevermore.
My God, thank you for watching over us all. Thank you for once again showing me that you are always there. Dear Lord, thank for protecting those who don’t even know you and showing me that you love us all. Thank you for my Risen Savior and I pray this to you in His name, Jesus Christ…Amen!
Have a Great Day!
Keep your head up! GOD gives his hardest battles to his strongest SOLDIERS…
So as we go through our day let us go out to help and to care for all that need it, in Jesus’ name…Amen!
The Grey Cup Breakfast is a fun-filled, entertaining event produced by Athletes in Action for over 35 years and takes place the day before the big game.
As a way to show appreciation for those who have provided military service to Canada, fellow Canadians have made a limited number of tickets available for currently serving military personnel and veterans to attend the Grey Cup Breakfast on a “first come, first served” basis – advanced reservations only. (Members of the public may purchase tickets at http://www.greycupbreakfast.ca ) Dress for military personnel – service dress with ribbons, for veterans – blazer and tie associated with your veterans organization.
Military personnel and veterans may have their name assigned to a “will hold” reserve ticket – contact Major (retired) Wes Bowers, Military Liaison Officer for AIA at firstname.lastname@example.org (A wait-list will be established. Also, contact me if you would like to contribute to make more complimentary tickets available.)
The Athletes in Action Grey Cup breakfast morning offers much more than just a good meal; the event provides the opportunity to win valuable CFL autographed merchandise, be entertained by local performers and hear from CFL players, coaches and wives from the two competing teams in Sunday’s Grey Cup game.
Each speaker in their own way have inspired, encouraged, and challenged people to live a life of destiny, courage and meaning. They have also contributed to the primary objective of the Grey Cup Breakfast: to provide a message of hope, courage and faith to those who have none.
Grey Cup Breakfast
Saturday, November 26th at 8:00 AM.
Sheraton Centre Hotel – Osgood Ballroom
123 Queen Street West
Toronto, Ontario M5H 2M9
It is our desire that all attending will be empowered by the Holy Spirit. Please find the information below to help you pray for our men and women during our time together..
Friday, 11 November, 2016.
7:00 am Prayer Breakfast – see Prayer Practices below.
Saturday, 12 November, 2016.
9:00 am Morning Session
Fraternité Chrétienne Militaire du Canada