July 29, 2020
Dear Pastor & friends,
The 139th Psalm sinks to the depths and soars to the heights of human experience. Verse five proclaims that we are surrounded by Him in the past, present and future; yes, beset by His omnipotent hand and vigilant watch-care. No matter where we are or the circumstances of life that come sailing into our lives, the Psalmist, David said; “Even there shall thy hand lead me, and thy right hand shall hold me.” (vs. 10). Safe and secure we can rest in His strong hand! What a Psalm—What a Saviour!
Amazingly, this past month I have ‘hit-the-road’ a little bit. I spoke in a conference, in a tent, one night in northern Michigan and then a Saturday night and all day, Sunday in a family camp, in a preaching shed, also up north. I spoke three times on a Sunday in Kettering, Ohio. It felt good to be back on the road and I also left articles of clothing and other needed things at two of the three places I preached! Yes, almost back to normal and in good form!!
I do thank you for your faithful support and continued prayers in these strange days in our churches and country. I don’t want to bore you with all the difficulties and new rules we are living under—you know! Pray, pray, pray God will get all out of us He desires and deserves. God bless you all.
Your friend & brother,