LIFE TOGETHER; PLURAL

LIFE TOGETHER; PLURAL

They know who they are the PLURALS and we could not get it done without them. They were cook(s) plural, server(s) plural, eater(s)plural, worker(s) plural, operator(s) plural, musician(s) plural, Preacher(s) plural, intercessor(s), giver(s) plural, helper(s) plural, watcher(s), parker(s) plural, cleaner(s) plural, singer(s) plural, grass cutter(s)and weed eater(s) plural. You cannot do 30 straight days of meetings without depending on those who kept the ball rolling and rolling the ball they did.

I WANT TO GIVE A BIG HEARTFELT THANK YOU, TO ALL THE PLURALS WHO SHOWED US HOW TO KEEP ON KEEPING ON. It would be hard to find a better illustration of life together than all of those who pulled together for the month of July 2021. When we expect people to make sacrifice you will be my illustration for this year, for it was a beautiful thing to see everything come together and Christ being lifted up from night to night. It is as though we were able to see how much more we can do when we all decide to make a statement of eternal value. Many came every night and so many of you were able to come many nights in The Life Together month. I want to express my gratitude to all of you who in some way chose to help us touch lives of many people with the love of Christ. Some walked away with this imprint on their hearts and minds: Healed, Delivered and Whole. Our theme song for the meetings is ringing in my ears right now:

"The Father's House"
Sometimes on this journey
I get lost in my mistakes
What looks to me like weakness
Is a canvas for His strength
And my story isn't over
My story's just begun
And failure won't define me
'Cause that's what my Father does
Yeah, failure won't define me
'Cause that's what my Father does
Ooh, lay your burdens down
Ooh, here in the Father's house
Check your shame at the door
'Cause it ain't welcome anymore
Ooh, you're in the Father's house
Arrival's not the end game
The journey's where you are

You never wanted perfect
You just wanted my heart
And the story isn't over
If the story isn't good
And failure's never final
When the Father's in the room
And failure's never final
When the Father's in the room
Ooh, lay your burdens down
Ooh, here in the Father's house
Check your shame at the door
'Cause it ain't welcome anymore
Ooh, you're in the Father's house
Yeah, you're in the Father's house
Yeah-yeah
Prodigals come home
The helpless find hope
Love is on the move
When the Father's in the room
Prison doors fling wide
The dead come to life
Love is on the move
When the Father's in the room
Miracles take place
The cynical find faith
And love is breaking through
When the Father's in the room
The Jericho walls are quaking
Strongholds now are shaking
Love is breaking through
When the Father's in the room
I said, love is breaking through
When the Father's in the room
Ooh, lay your burdens down
Ooh, here in the Father's house
Check your shame at the door
'Cause it ain't welcome anymore
Ooh, you're in the Father's house
Yeah, lay your burdens down

Ooh, here in the Father's house
Check your shame at the door
(Welcome anymore)
Ooh, you're in the Father's house.

It is because of you believing in us that we can continue to reach out with an uncompromising gospel of change and hope to offer people an answer for the universal
void in men’s hearts.

One of the great joys of heaven is for the Lord to see his children working together in unity to lift the heavy burden of sin off of His creation. It is because of the plural effort of all of us employed in unison of one thing to lift Jesus up, that we can rest assured that God is up to something. Once again thank you for the continued and appreciated the support of the fellowship we call Heritage.

Together We Win,

Cleddie Keith

 

 

Pastor Cleddie