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Dear Pastor & Friends,
I am presently in a lovely, country church near Pekin, Illinois in a Mission Conference. Sunday morning one young lady was saved and a great altar service was experienced. Sunday evening was equally well attended and blessed. I have no doubt that world missions is the central heartbeat of our God, and should be the theme of every sincere Christian. How a redeemed, blood-bought, forgiven, eternally saved person could give less than his best to Christ is beyond me! How some get by with such a small commitment to Christ is a conundrum. After what Jesus did for us on Calvary, why should we or how could we balk at Bible standards, separation, soul-winning, and service to our Saviour? A saved, sanctified, sold-out, sacrificial Christian is what God expects and what He paid for on Calvary–think about it!
Thank you much for your faithful gifts and support to our labors for the Lord. I have had a busy and fruitful summer (the busiest in a decade) and next month finds me racking up the frequent flier miles and road miles. I will be in Arkansas, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Virginia and Kentucky. I covet your prayers for power with God, wisdom, revival and travel mercies. Pray the churches will be ready to receive the Word and work together for a real stirring. By the way, I will be commencing my 65th year on this planet (I never thought I’d be this old!) and look forward to God’s help and abiding strength to carry the load for our Lord.
God bless everyone of you, is my prayer.
Your companion in grace,