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January 20, 2014
Dear Pastor and friends,
I trust you are warm this real, old-fashion winter we are experiencing. It has been excitingly frustrating flying around the country the last couple of weeks—not fun! Of course, it is much better than me driving on ice, snow and sleet covered highways.
I closed a meeting the last week of December in Ohio and have been in Mississippi and Florida until now. I praise God for His hand in the meetings; for those saved, and for those who are still under conviction and not yet converted. I am thoroughly convinced that conviction comes before conversion, and that the truly saved will desire to live a consecrated, holy life. Anything less seems to be “another gospel.”
Thank you so much for your faithful support and considering the ministry entrusted to this evangelist. I pray God will place much spiritual equity in our mutual accounts. I sincerely trust God will receive the glory for all that we do for Him, and, of course, through Him! The words of our Lord, “…without me ye can do nothing” surely apply to this preacher.
With a grateful heart,
Evangelist Tim Green