“And if we pray, really pray in thanksgiving, gratitude, and in humble petition for the good of the world, the Holy Spirit will sustain us, open our mouths, and maybe the Gospel will come pouring out, the way Jesus instructed when he sent disciples into the world.”
“We will get back on our feet. Others will struggle to do so, particularly our neighbors to the south in Florida. Let’s keep them all in our prayers and respond to their needs as we are able. We will have the Revival in January. In the meantime, let’s have a “revival of compassion” for our neighbors.”
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