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The Fire Of Revival

The Fire Of Revival

Greetings to all those who make our life better every day, as we follow on to know the Lord. By now I am sure that you have heard of the amazing things God has been doing on some of the Christian College Campuses in our region. To give you a recap on February 8th a young lady a sophomore at Asbury College in Wilmore, Kentucky publicly repented of her attempt to commit to suicide. She told the students in the chapel service how she had gone to high bridge a Kentucky landmark, to jump to her death. As she was contemplating her final moments, she called her mother to tell her goodbye. As you can imagine her Mother raced to the scene and was able to talk her out of what she had planned to do. She then ended her confession with, “I need God.”

What followed was a spontaneous response from the students in the chapel service began to gather around her and pray with her. Momentarily, other students followed by repenting of sin in their lives and consequently the chapel service has continued with people staying and praying through the night and it still continues around the clock. People by van loaded with people are going to observe what is taking place. In Lexington just a few miles away Saturday morning 45 pastors gathered in the MAN of WAR Church of God, to cry out to God for revival. Our friend Rick Curry former Nazarene minister, who God raised up several years ago to go to all 120 counties in Kentucky with a message that God was going to start a revival in Kentucky that would sweep across the nation is giving us daily updates on what is happening in the region and across the state can be found on his web site if you would like to hear what is going on at ground level.

I am personally a product of revival, looking back my family was swept into the Kingdom of God because of God’s intervention in my uncle’s brother’s life being spared after having his arm and shoulder pulled off in a rock crusher on the construction of a Texas hi-way. God spared Jim Anderson’s life and he went on to become a missionary to India and ultimately the director of missions in the Pacific Rim for the Assemblies of God. His brother and sister became missionaries to India as well. My uncles became pastors, and our entire family was eventually saved. I have always said that “Healing is the dinner bell to salvation”. I recently read that 80to 90 % of all the believers outside North America attribute their salvation to divine healing. This week I came to the conclusion that my sweet tooth is the moving of the Holy Spirit in revival. Have you ever had a song stick in your mind and play over and over again like in is a record stuck in one grove? Today as I write this to you, I can hear:

“Praise God, God’s Holy Spirits in this land,
Reach out and touch Him if you can,
From the high, high mountain
To the deep, deep ocean.
God Holy Spirit’s in this land.”

Is there a place in your heart to welcome the Holy Spirit? As you read this letter, I am praying for you and your family to experience what my family did in the 1940 and eighty years later they still walk with Him. I have firsthand experience that when God moves, He moves, generationally, just as he did in the Bible. Is this your desire for your family and friends? My prayer goes like the words of an old song Lester Roloff used to sing on his evening radio broad cast, “God give a passion burning within of sinners dying lost in their sins, we’ve a commission Jesus to preach, I’ll do my part Lord others to reach.”

I want you to know how much the church staff and I appreciate all of those who helped behind the scenes to make the last two weekends in our Kingdom Business 23 and the Winter Bible Camp Meeting, so special. I personally believe the fruit of these meetings will bare fruit for years to come. It goes without saying that our intercessors have impacted every song, every sermon, every testimony in each and every meeting that brought about a crescendo of the presence of
God that still rest on us today. With this let me remind you that your love and support of a place where the Spirit of God is Welcome means everything to us.

Expand our Hearts in 2023,
Pastor Cleddie Keith

Scars Tell A Story

Scars Tell A Story

The top of the day to you, because this is the day that the Lord has made!

Have you any scars? Scars always tell a story; some are good scars, and some are not so good. I have scars from my youth. When I graduated from High School in my senior year, the annual listed the colors that defined me; saying my colors would be black and blue. That tells you a little bit about me. I have scars on the back of my head, scars in my mouth and lips where it took 90 stitches to sow me back together. I have a scar on my lower back from two different invasive surgeries along with several scars on my abdomen. If that is not enough, I have a scar on my left arm where they had to place two metal plates in my arm when it was necessary to repair a compound fracture as the result of a boating accident.

This is nothing compared to my cousin Bobby. He was with my Uncle Elec when he hit a bridge head on, resulting in the car catching on fire and causing my uncle’s death. My cousin was burned over 75% of his body and he was only eight years old. He lost toes and flexibility in his one leg as the result of heavy scaring. He was so badly burned they took him to Shriners Burn Institute in Dallas and did numerous surgeries. His scars became my Uncle Ellsworth’s scars. They took the skin off my uncle’s back and surgically attached it to Bobby’s legs to replace the skin that was burned off him.

I was speaking in Cincinnati one day to a group of pastors, shortly after I came to the tri- state region. I was speaking about the fact that I had been here for a couple of years, and I had never heard of them. One preacher was insulted. He was a great brother, but I learned a long time ago that the dog in a pack that gets hit is the one that yelps. I told the story of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table gathering at Exeter. When they met, they would take off their armor and all identifications, to sit bare-chested at the King’s Table. This way they were able to proudly show the scars they bore for their King. I plowed on through the message and at the end of the meeting a young man came up to me and introduced himself. He had been called to go into the mission field and was praying for God to show him a sign that it was the will of God. His father, who was not a Christian, was opposed to his son going into missions. He said, “Pastor Cleddie, the place
that I am going to is Exeter, England.” He served there for several years.

Paul wore his scars as a reminder of his determined end. I love the way Eugene Peterson
paraphrases it:

Galatians 6:14-18
The Message

14-16 For my part, I am going to boast about nothing but the Cross of our Master,
Jesus Christ. Because of that Cross, I have been crucified in relation to the world,
set free from the stifling atmosphere of pleasing others and fitting into the little
patterns that they dictate. Can’t you see the central issue in all this? It is not what
you and I do—submit to circumcision, reject circumcision. It is what God is
doing, and he is creating something totally new, a free life! All who walk by this
standard are the true Israel of God—his chosen people. Peace and mercy on

17 Quite frankly, I don’t want to be bothered anymore by these disputes. I have far
more important things to do—the serious living of this faith. I bear in my body
scars from my service to Jesus.

18 May what our Master Jesus Christ gives freely be deeply and personally yours,
my friends. Oh, yes!

My cousin Bobby lived despite the scars. He played football and softball with us. He even took part in the fireball toss our family played on Christmas family gatherings. He walked with a limp all his life, but he never allowed his scars to hold him back. You can rise above your personal life situations, and you can live with scars. Bobby was and still is an inspiration to me then and now. Scars did not dictate the story of his life. It may be a good life example to you as well; don’t let your scars define who you are.

Jesus swore His scars. When doubting Thomas questioned the reality of who He was, Jesus said, “Here, feel my scars.” His scars were for us; on His back, His feet, His hands, as well as the thorn printed scars in His brow. These scars were for you... Last week we closed Kingdom Business 23. It was a highlight of many people’s lives.

The fruit of the meeting will be seen in years to come. As people left the conference, they left with a Kingdom Mindset and fire in their souls. Thank you to all the home folks who worked so hard to host those who came and worshipped with us.

This Friday, join us for our Winter Bible Camp Meeting with Dave Jones and Nick
Chanda from Great Britain. Friday 10 am - Saturday 10 am

Your loving Pastors,
Cleddie and GayNell

Don't Take The Bait

Don't Take The Bait

Blessed be the tie that binds us together in fellowship and love,

Last Sunday my weekly message was,


The more that I have thought about this the more relevant it has become in my own mind. I mentioned that our first family literally took the bait and that is exactly what is taking place in our world today. In the Amplified Bible, the brother of Jesus warns us of this danger:

Amplified Bible

14 But each one is tempted when he is dragged away, Enticed and Baited [to commit sin] by his own [worldly] desire (lust, passion).

15 Then when the illicit desire has conceived, it gives birth to sin; and when sin has run its course, it gives birth to death. 16 Do not be misled, my beloved brothers and sisters.

Pope Francis said, “Being homosexual is not a crime. It’s not a crime. Yes, it’s a sin. Well, yes, but let’s make the distinction first between sin and crime." From my perspective it is a downplay of words and I would go so far as to call this iniquity.

This word iniquity is derived from the word, “Awon, often translated as iniquity,” a synonym for sin, “relates more to the inner character and points to an intentional twisting of a given standard.”

We are living in an hour when there is daily twisting of the given standards, which God has set for us.

Have you ever noticed that sin will tell on you? Have you noticed that sin is a gossip?

Sin always has a way of telling on us.

The story of King Saul in 1 Samuel 15 tells us of how Saul got in trouble because he did not carry out what he had been given grace to do. Let’s visit his 4 great mistakes.

1. The King disobeyed God.

2. The King lived in a state of denial.

3. The King walked in pride (when you were small in your own eyes, you were made the head).

4. The King was self-righteous.

I have a question for you today; have you ever noticed that King Saul only felt the Presence of God when he was in the presence of a man of God? It is a good question to ask, “Do we ever feel the presence of God when we are alone?” Ultimately the King resorted to do something other than God’s prescribed method to hear from heaven. Listen to God’s edict in this matter:

1 Samuel 15:22-24 KJV

22 And Samuel said, Hath the Lord as great delight in burnt offerings and sacrifices, as in obeying the voice of the Lord? Behold, to obey is better than sacrifice, and to hearken than the fat of rams.

23 For rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft, and stubbornness is as iniquity and idolatry. Because thou hast rejected the word of the Lord, he hath also rejected thee from being king.

24 And Saul said unto Samuel, I have sinned: for I have transgressed the commandment of the Lord, and thy words: because I feared the people, and obeyed their voice.

Notice with me that God blamed the people for his disappointing fall from grace.


Thanks once again for your wonderful friendship and support of all we do as a church family. Please Pray for Gary, who is in strategic prayer meetings in Dubai. Also, pray for safety and protection for our team on their way to Guatemala. We are, “As One”, as they go represent us in the fields of mission.

Your loving pastor,
Cleddie Keith

The Clock Is Ticking

The Clock Is Ticking

Abundant Love and Blessings your way as we celebrate His life together.

The clock is ticking as we move toward two great weeks of faith building meetings:




The clock is ticking and time is running out. we are born for such a time as this, the night is far spent and the day is at hand. This will be two weeks of being filled up and overflowing for the days ahead.

I want to thank everyone who joined with us as we concluded our 21 Days of Fasting and Prayer as well as joining with 110 million people around the world praying for the 9 cities of China, where a mass of unreached people live without the gospel of Christ. I have continued to carry China on my heart in the days ahead and encourage you to join with us in this massive prayer initiative. The real church is built on prayer and Jesus is the one and only who set this example for us. He is the chief intercessor and is ever before the Father pleading our case in our behalf. The Holy Spirit is ever pleading the case of Jesus to our hearts and minds and it is our obedience to His voice that is the key to personal victory.

I appreciate those who have been so faithful to pray with our Intercessors on a daily basis for all these years. You will never know and I cannot express in words how valuable this is to me as your pastor and to the church family. The words of E.M. Bounds resound in my heart, “God, does nothing except in answer to prayer.” Your faithfulness and the way that you have chose to follow the prayer model of the 24/7 prayer ministry of Sucat-Hallel in Jerusalem, as led by Gary and Sabrina has been a blessing to the Kingdom of God and all He has chosen to do in and through us.

I wanted to mention in this letter that Gary has once again been invited to be a part of a prayer consortium that is taking place in Dubai and he will be there this coming weekend. It is through Gary that we become a part of what God is doing in the Middle East and around the world. If you would like to be a part of sending him, you can give through the church or online.

Once again let me continue to share with you our BIBLE VERSE FOR 2023: PSALMS 119:32, “I WILL RUN THE WAY OF YOUR COMMANDMENTS WHEN YOU ENLARGE MY HEART.”


Yours loving pastors,
Cleddie and GayNell Keith

If My People

If My People




I have asked Gary to inform us about what we are a part of in this Unified Initiative to pray together on four major religious days in 2023, for World Revival. It has just so happened that the end of our annual fast coincides with this world wide event, January the 22 nd. Listed below is our time to pray for the Orient, which coincides with the Chinese New Year.


Welcome to the Buddhist World Prayer Guide.

“Don’t burn out; keep yourselves fueled and aflame. Be alert servants of the Master, cheerfully expectant. Don’t quit in hard times; pray all the harder.” Romans 12:11-12 MSG This first century admonition from the Apostle Paul could just as easily have been written in 2023. The lingering chaos from the pandemic, wars and rumors of wars, persecution of Jesus followers in much of the world, economic recession; it is easy to just throw up our hands and ask, “What can one person do?”

Paul gives us the answer. Stay focused on the Word of God, expectant that He will respond, and pray all the harder.” 1

A special focus for this month of January is the country of China. This prayer focus culminates on Chinese New Year, January 22nd (the last day of our Heritage corporate fast). We would like to encourage you to fast and pray on this day especially for these 9 Chinese cities:

• BEIJING - Capital of China
• Shanghai - Most populous urban city in China
• CHENGDU - Western city near Tibet
• GUANGZHOU - Southern city.
• HOHHOT - Inner Mongolia Capital
• KUNMING - Southwestern city
• WUHAN -Origin of Covid Virus
• XIAN - Eastern Starting Point of ancient Silk Road
• LHASA - Capital of Tibet Autonomous Region.

Pray for:

1. The Spiritual eyes of the blind and ears of the deaf to be opened.

2. Souls to be saved and discipled, churches planted and established and un-reached cultures penetrated and impacted for God’s glory.

3. Strength and perseverance for those persecuted for the sake of the Gospel. (Acts 4:29-31)

4. Spirits over Buddhism, Taoism, Shamanism (witchcraft), Animism and Atheism to bow to the matchless Name of Jesus.

5. God’s Glory to rise like a Tidal Wave over all Far Eastern Nations. There will be 3 other days of focus for the Hindu, the Muslim and the Jewish worlds later this Spring, Summer and Fall. You will be updated as to when we will be further participating as a church in this vision.

Rick Ridings, founder of the 24/7 prayer center, Succat Hallel (Tabernacle of Praise) in Jerusalem had a vision in 2014 of a Spiritual Tsunami (Tidal Wave) forming at the International Dateline in the Pacific Ocean and then traveling across the Buddhist, then over the Hindu, then the Muslim, and then the Jewish worlds. This Tsunami as it moved toppled ancient thrones and rulers that have been oppressing peoples for Millenia.

In January, 2022 he asked the Lord for a confirmation of this vision. Just after this in that same month a huge Volcano erupted near Tonga in the South Pacific. This wave was very unique and one of the strongest ever recorded. The Tsunami traveled across the Pacific, Indian, and Atlantic oceans and traveled around the earth 4 times. Scientists refer to these waves as Lamb Waves. Sounds prophetic, huh?

Could it be that this concrete prayer initiative this year will coincide with Rick’s spiritual vision? Oh Lord, may it be so!

Please join with us as we pray for these 110 of the most unreached cities. Those who are ‘boots on the ground will be prayer walking and evangelizing around these cities at the same time the 110 million are joining along in prayer.

We believe there has never before been such a massive cooperation of prayer and evangelism across different Christian movements with the express goal of reaching the Great Harvest. “May the Lamb who was slain receive the due reward for his suffering". (Moravian Mission Statement)

(More information and videos can be found at

1 Jason Hubbard; Director, IPC (International Prayer Connect)

I Am Prayer

I Am Prayer

Choice New Years Greetings to you and yours for the Year of our Lord 2023,

As we have already engaged in the 21 Days of Prayer and Fasting, I thought it would be a good thing for me to send to you some material I received from Philip Lee, who worships with us: The deeper we go into things, the more we do enter a world where the mastery and the career is not to talent, but to prayer...For the God we invoke is the Lord and Destiny of the whole creation and in our invocation of Him, Nature ends on its own key-note.

Because Human-God relationship is at the core of everything, prayer (communion with God) is the core issue of all matters in life and the Universe. Hence, prayerlessness is the most egregious sin. As a result, prayer is labor, because it is the natural and relational interactions with God. Everything of worth requires work, especially because relationship is bonding that requires maintenance.

In experience, prayers bring life because we approach the Life-Giver. Prayers elevate us out of our sin-consciousness because our Redeemer is the Most High. Prayers refine our faith and confidence until we only have trust in the Lord based on who He is. Prayers change our roles in the Universe, because we submit our will and life by committing our all to God’s plan for us, as in the Lord’s Prayer.

We only become important because we are closer to God and becoming more like Him. It is foolish to be right with God then pray, because only prayers that bring us into the Presence of the Most High give us the opportunity to become right and do course correction according to His Will. Thus, True Church is as big in size as those who know the determinative nature of prayer. The same applies to those who know how to exercise dominion based on God’s covenant promises.

• “Thus, the prayer is for us, paradoxically, both a gift and a conquest; a grace and a duty...Prayer has its great end when it lifts us to be more conscious and more sure of the gift than the need, of the grace than the sin.”
• “Our prayer is the answer to God’s. Herein is prayer, not that we prayed to Him, but that He first prayed for us, in giving His son to be a propitiation for us.”
• “Prayer is yielding our will to God in resignation.”-Leonard Ravenhill
• A man may study because his brain is hungry for knowledge, even Bible knowledge. But he prays because his soul is hungry for God.”
• “No man is greater than his prayer life. The pastor who is not praying is playing; the people who are not praying are straying. We have many organizers, but few agonizers; many players and payers, few prayers; many singers, few clingers; lots of pastors, few wrestlers; many fears, few tears; much fashion, little passion; many interferes, few intercessors; many writers, but few fighters. Failing here, we fail everywhere.”
• “You can't live wrong and pray right.”

You can see how inspirational this material is and how important is to understand our place in prayer when it comes to Prayer and Fasting we are not just Fasting we are praying with purpose and faith. I encourage you to join us in some manner as we pray for our church mission and our nation.

Life comes at your fast and when we understand the value of prayer we will understand why David said, “I AM PRAYER”.

GayNell and I want to express our heartfelt appreciation for your cards and gifts during the Christmas Season, you have blessed our lives more than you could ever know. We love you more than words can express.
Your’s for Souls in 2023

Your Losses Are Not Your Bosses

Your Losses Are Not Your Bosses

New Years Greetings to all our Church Family and Friends of Heritage,

Years ago I came up with a saying, “Your losses are not your Bosses”. Let me explain where I am coming from as I revisit the book of Job in the Bible, starting where God did:
“There was a man from the land of Uz, whose name was Job.”

Job had great assets, he was upright, he feared God, he hated the devil, he was rich, he had great influence, and he had a big family of children. I want you to consider Job’s losses.

The list is thoroughly presented in the Word of God:
1. Job lost his property, Job 1;12-17
2. Job lost his family, Job 1:18,19
3. Job lost his health, Job 2:1-8
4. Job lost the faithfulness of his wife, Job 2:11-13
5. Job lost the respect and conKidence of his peers, Job 2:11-13
6. Job lost friends, Job 19:14 (my friends have gone away)
7. Job lost the presence of God, Job 23:8-9

All that Job had left was a testimony. You can Kind it in Job 19: 23-27

“If only my words were written in a book—
better yet, chiseled in stone!
Still, I know that God lives—
the One who gives me back my life—
and eventually he’ll take his stand on earth.
And I’ll see him—even though I get skinned alive!—
see God myself, with my very own eyes.
Oh, how I long for that day!”

It is important to understand the lessons Job learned as he went through the furnace of trial.

• He learned that the adversary was ruthless and destructive.
• He also learned through the trial and his losses how good God is.
• Ultimately Job learned that God is a God of Increase in the end.

Let the Word of God do the speaking from Job 42:10-17

After Job had interceded for his friends, God restored his fortune—and then doubled it! All his brothers and sisters and friends came to his house and celebrated. They told him how sorry they were, and consoled him for all the trouble God had brought him. Each of them brought generous housewarming gifts.

God blessed Job’s later life even more than his earlier life. He ended up with fourteen thousand sheep, six thousand camels, one thousand teams of oxen, and one thousand donkeys. He also had seven sons and three daughters. He named the Iirst daughter Dove, the second, Cinnamon, and the third, Dark Eyes. There was not a woman in that country as beautiful as Job’s daughters. Their father treated them as equals with their brothers, providing the same inheritance.

Job lived on another 140 years, living to see his children and grandchildren—four generations of them! Then he died—an old man, a full life. Job did not allow his losses to become his bosses in life. He did not throw in the towel on God. This is the kind of testimony we all need. As we hold to God’s unchanging hand we will also learn that we can trust the Living Word of God. Continue to fast with us, believing what God has promised, He is well able to perform. It is the entrenched powers that we are contending with and they will come forth by prayer and fasting, just as Jesus demonstrated and proclaimed. Week two is right around the corner and God always responds when His people, called by His name, humble themselves and Pray. Make sure we get your Kive greatest needs in the prayer room where we can agree with you as we corporately pray over your request.


Yours truly,
Cleddie and GayNell

Year of our Lord 2023

Year of our Lord 2023

Dear Praying Friends,

Next week we start our annual fast of ‘21’DAYS. During these days as a church we fast together and if you need a reason to fast, let me give you a few of the reasons that people in the Bible fasted:

1. To strengthen prayer (see Ezra 8:23)
2. To seek God’s guidance (see Judges 20:26)
3. To express grief (see 1 Samuel 31:13)
4. To seek deliverance or protection (see 2 Chronicles 20:3 – 4)
5. To express repentance and a return to God (see 1 Samuel 7:6)
6. To humble oneself before God (see 1 Kings 21:27 – 29)
7. To express concern for the work of God (see Nehemiah 1:3 – 4)
8. To minister to the needs of others ( Isaiah 58:3 – 7)
9. To overcome temptation and dedicate yourself to God (see Matthew 4:1 – 11)
10. To express love and worship for God (see Luke 2:37)

If we really want to understand fasting from God’s perspective, then the best place to go is to the Word of God; not just go out on a whim. My mother fasted on Thursdays every week in her journey with God and I never knew it. She did not boast or talk about it, she just did it, in some manner. Isaiah gives us the logical God Given way to fast in Isaiah 58.

“Shout it aloud, do not hold back. Raise your voice like a trumpet.
Declare to my people their rebellion and to the descendants of Jacob their sins.
For day after day they seek me out; they seem eager to know my ways,
as if they were a nation that does what is right and has not forsaken the commands of its God.
They ask me for just decisions and seem eager for God to come near them.

It is good instruction to show you how you should not fast.

‘Why have we fasted,’ they say, ‘and you have not seen it?
Why have we humbled ourselves, and you have not noticed?’
“Yet on the day of your fasting, you do as you please and exploit all your workers.
Your fasting ends in quarreling and strife, and in striking each other with wicked dists.
You cannot fast as you do today and expect your voice to be heard on high.
Is this the kind of fast I have chosen, only a day for people to humble themselves?
Is it only for bowing one’s head like a reed and for lying in sackcloth and ashes?
Is that what you call a fast, a day acceptable to the LORD?
“Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loose the chains of injustice
and untie the cords of the yoke, to set the oppressed free
and break every yoke? Is it not to share your food with the hungry
and to provide the poor wanderer with shelter—when you see the naked, to clothe them,
and not to turn away from your own dlesh and blood?

This coming year, in the Year of our Lord 2023, we are fasting with a worldview in mind and will join with Gary Klein and over a hundred million people who are joining together to fast for the nations. On four different days in this year, we will be praying for God to have his way in the earth. A cry will come from around the globe, “EARTH, OH EARTH, HEAR THE WORD OF THE LORD.” The question rings in my ears today, “IF NOT YOU WHO AND IF NOT NOW WHEN”. It is encouraging to know that we can fast with Global Initiative and the promise of God to us is as valid today as it was when Isaiah wrote these words so long ago.

Then your light will break forth like the dawn,
and your healing will quickly appear;
then your righteousness will go before you,
and the glory of the LORD will be your rear guard.
Then you will call, and the LORD will answer;
you will cry for help, and he will say: Here am I.
“If you do away with the yoke of oppression,
with the pointing dinger and malicious talk,
and if you spend yourselves in behalf of the hungry
and satisfy the needs of the oppressed,
then your light will rise in the darkness,
and your night will become like the noonday.
The LORD will guide you always;
he will satisfy your needs in a sun-scorched land
and will strengthen your frame.
You will be like a well-watered garden,
like a spring whose waters never fail.
Your people will rebuild the ancient ruins
and will raise up the age-old foundations;
you will be called Repairer of Broken Walls,
Restorer of Streets with Dwellings.

On another note, GayNell and I are so grateful for the privilege we have as a couple to serve you and your families. It is a blessing to live our lives in the reins of the Lord with one purpose in mind; which is to help you live under an open heaven. A scripture that in on my heart today, in light of our celebration of Christ’s Birth this special time each year, is found in Titus 2:11 - “The Grace of God that brings Salvation has appeared to all men.” Salvation spoken of here means saved, healed and delivered. Each river and each power that works must have a source, which in this case is the Grace of God. There is no other way of Salvation. It is universal and it teaches us how to live in this present world as well as how to look toward the future.

Titus 2:11-14

God’s readiness to give and forgive is now public. Salvation’s available for everyone! We’re being shown how to turn our backs on a godless, indulgent life, and how to take on a God-dilled, God-honoring life. This new life is starting right now, and is whetting our appetites for the glorious day when our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ, appears. He offered himself as a sacridice to free us from a dark, rebellious life into this good, pure life, making us a people he can be proud of, energetic in goodness.

The Message
Happy New Year and Blessing to you and yours,
Pastor Cleddie and GayNell

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