Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Everyday is a Good Day

After a serious talk with myself, I'm not watching what goes into my mouth.  It dawned on me that my eating was not at all balanced or with moderation and that nearly daily everything was fried, carbs, sweets as well.  So, now I'm drinking my breakfast (a smoothie of apple, banana, protein powder, cinnamon and honey--yum yum).  Maybe it won't make a difference inside but it sure makes a difference in guilt levels.  When we make right decisions, there's no way thoughts can turn to guilt.
Gary locked keys in truck at Bible school.

This boy got his arm in, popped the lock, but couldn't get his arm out.  He got a reward for his help!

Having said that, think about spending quality time with the Lord.  When we do, we don't feel guilty about not having done it.  Such simple remedies to guilt feelings, amen?

Lately, I've been making myself scarce at school.  There seems to be no reason for me to go there, when I have tons of things to do here.  (Like writing blogs).  It seems the time it takes to prepare teachings at chapel, church, Bible school are consuming me.  I love it. 

Yesterday, I forced Gary to take a day off.  He was so exhausted and we hadn't had a day off since December. Not anything that you could truly call "a day off."  So, we went to the beach and he slept all day.  Then he went to bed early last night, so he's feeling quite well today.

I'm still trying to figure out how to get the office so that it's manageable.  Without the proper places to put things, it's impossible.  But, we'll keep working at it. One of these days, perhaps I can say, it is finished.

We'll be talking a lot about Jesus saying those words in the coming days as Easter approaches.  The magnitude and the agony of that cry could have only also brought relief.  When something is done it's done.  But, what he went through before that cry we will never be able to relate to nor will we be able to understand. As the recipients of the price He paid, we can only say, "Thank you, Jesus."  which will forever be our cry.  I've done a lot of studying on the Blood of Jesus and the power in His Blood is beyond our comprehension.  When you consider that His Blood came not from a human source but was Holy Blood, wow!

When Adam sinned it was his blood that became tainted with sin...think about it.....and it took the sinless blood of Jesus to rectify sin in all of us. 

Haiti's election results have been delayed.  We were supposed to hear tomorrow, now it will be next week. I'd say there are backroom deals going on and both Martelly and Manigat will get positions.  Why not? No one here would ever believe they lost.  Well, that's just my opinion.  Let's wait and see what happens. By the way, have you noticed there are no good leaders in the world today.  And all ground is shaky.  Look at the number of earthquakes!!! And please pray for Japan.  This may be their hour of salvation.  

Friday, March 25, 2011


Pre-school teachers:  Elizabeth, Pierre, Hormise
Miss Clona and Max

Mr. Jean and Ken Ken

Mr Petit Homme and student

Mr Crispel in the checking room.

Crystal Salewski getting papers ready for her class.
It's Friday and I'm getting ready to prep for my meeting with David, the young man who is a Jehovah's Witness.  I'm not sure how sincere he is but if you pray, pray for him.  He was a Mormon and now a JW, 20 years old.  Ahh, the Lord made sure a copy of their book was in my hands and I can tell you, it is no wonder they are so mixed up!  So, we'll see today. Gary said Hebrews 1 answers the "angel question."  In case you don't know, they believe that the archangel Michael and Jesus are one and the same, which denies Jesus being God's son, the begotten Son, it denies the trinity, it denies so truth.  But, that's what error does, denies truth.  What is truth?  Jesus is TRUTH!
We are having wonderful chapel services at El Shaddai.  Our worship brings God's presence. Sophonie said, the other week, Thursdays are great days, we worship God then we pass all our tests.  Well, she passes because she studies, but the worship brings an air of calm and peace that resides with them the rest of the day.  We are studying John 10, and will probably be there for the rest of the school year. 
Gary is off to Port today, trying to get Al and Bev's papers.  Hopefully, this will be their final trip and they'll have the results in hand when they return. 
The boys just announced they were hungry so I better get breakfast for them.  They are such good boys.  Rarely do we have to correct them.  Don't get me wrong, they are boys and do all the things boys do, but, they respond to me with a right attitude which means a whole lot!  Right now, they are working to get bicycles.  They sweep the yard, do their homework promptly, and any other little job I may have for them. Oh, almost forgot, they feed and water the dog. 
Going to try to add pictures and move from this place. Please if you can, order the book on the ad. I listened to the author talking about it and it's info we all need with America taking a stand toward total sexual freedom in the gay and lesbian community. 
Mr. Delson and Stally

Madame Tom, in office, she does copies.

Mr. Norkens, our secretary.

Dinah Deher, from Germany helping teach at ESLC.
Mr. Richy with Naika as she studies for exam.
We wait for election results next week. Pray the country remains peaceful irregardless of who wins!
Blessings to you today.  John 10:10, The thief comes to steal, kill and destroy, I have come that you might have life and have it more abundantly...Jesus.


Tuesday, March 8, 2011

My Mind is Racing as Fast as Time is Moving

Bible School
Thousands hear that Jesus delivers from demonic oppression
There is so much to do and so little time.  There is so much to teach and it is crowding up my mind.  I'm not crazy or going crazy, I seem to have a tiny revelation as to how late the hour is.  I'm not advocating Jesus return on May 11, 2011, not at all.  He's coming, no doubt about it, and there are still souls untouched, unmoved by the message that Jesus will change their lives.  So we must work while it's day for night is coming and no man can work! 

I'm studying the Blood, the Kingdom and the necessity for deliverance. But then, last Thursday in chapel at El Shaddai, the interest the kids had in the life of Jesus as a real person brought another topic that must be studied out and presented.  Can I do this?  Yes! By the power of the Holy Spirit and by the Word that says I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.  So, that means praying ....a lot.  It means studying....a lot.  It means dying to my selfish desires, totally.  Yes! Lord!
Speaking to the multitudes!

On Friday morning a young man is coming here to study the Bible. He's a Jehovah's Witness and wants to understand truth.  Please pray for us to present truth to him and that his eyes would be open to truth!

I taught on the blood in Bible school last Friday evening and realized, my students don't  have a revelation of it.  Not yet, so please pray that they will.  They don't get it. They don't understand the power of the blood. They proclaim it but when you start picking it apart and explaining it from the Bible, they don't get it.  So, you can pray about that as well. 
Speaking at Family Harvest Church

I was told that the Jehovah Witnesses sacrificed a goat!!!!  Just the other day!!!!  My student asked if it was WRONG!!!!  At least he asked which means he wants to know. 

We are in the middle of Kanaval.  Noisy, demonic, terrible.  But we are also in the midst of a great move of God.  Oh that Haiti would step into what has been prophesied!!!  That this little part of an island would become a giant in God and a light to the nations.  It's going to happen and what an honor to be here right now spreading the Word of God to the least of these.  Can you tell I'm excited?? 
Delson preaching at a village church

“We must through much tribulation enter into the kingdom of God.” - Act_14:22 (3)

“We must through much tribulation enter into the kingdom of God.” - Act_14:22 (3)