Let us be encouraged this day in our LORD! Amen!


deweytodayDear family of Our Lord Jesus Christ,




Thanks for coming by for a CUP with us, we love you so much!


Be encouraged this day! PRAISE GOD! Cowboy Clarence is home! He is not at full strength it will take awhile for him to fully recover, please keep him in your prayers! 


Men hug and pray over your wife each morning and night! Pray God’s blessing’s over her! AMEN! I do that every day with Sharon as she takes more of a load on. Men appreciate your wife more than ever! 


Pastor Bill Ruhl Vice Chairman of FGGAM is with me this week on Dewey and Friends KAZQ CH 32 Saturday new time 7:30pm Bill talks about his recent trip to India and a whole lot more For God’s Glory Alone!!!
Photo: Pastor Bill Ruhl Vice Chairman of FGGAM is with me this week on Dewey and Friends KAZQ CH 32 Saturday  new time 7:30pm Bill talks about his recent trip to India and a whole lot more For God's Glory Alone!!!









“Men go after novel and false doctrines because they do not really know the truth; for if the truth had gotten into them and filled them, they would not have room for these day-dreams.”
Pastor Bill Ruhl Vice Chairman of FGGAM is with me this week on Dewey and Friends KAZQ CH 32 Saturday new time 7:30pm Bill talks about his recent trip to India and a whole lot more For God’s Glory Alone!!!




Brother Dewey:
Thank you for visiting with Brother Clarence Montoya and Sister Lena Connelly, both are dear Saints.
Clarence said you were going to visit with him and he was right.
Sister Lena is now home bound and can’t get out she says  “I can’t do much anymore but I pray for any one passing on Highway 47 on the way to Albuquerque and coming home.”  Wow that must be thousands that she prays for every day.
Jim Montoya
Thank you Pastor Jim for your note. We are here to Encourage, to pray, to listen! We just love the Cowboy and Lena!
I would like you to pray over the following, I am going to give you a quote from Billy Graham and then two excellent posts, one sent in by Darlene Quiring on never being alone. Do you ever feel alone?  Then  one of my favorite writers John Bevere posts on complaining. Do you complain? Do you know people that complain? How about cussing, my spirit really becomes disturbed when I am around a complaining person and a cusser. Thankfully I am not around many and when I am they quickly change their tune without me having to say anything! How about that! My Pastor friends say it is the light of Jesus in me that shut’s that down. We have a post on Cussing. We also have many new posts for you at www.fggam.org ;
Billy Graham..Oh I feel sorry for all those that will not know Billy and did not hear him Preach! Billy says this:
When the Gospel of Jesus Christ is presented with AUTHORITY Quoting from the very Word of God—-He takes that message and drives it supernaturally into the human heart.
YES! My testimony is that it is driven into your heart, mind and soul. It is the bread of life, you live off of the Word of God! It drives you in every step you take, everything you say and do. That is why in these days we need to really know why people are in darkness and then know what to do. Darkness is the natural mind that is limited to human reason and resources. Human history shows that the natural mind becomes progressively self-destructive if left to its own desires. People who are directed by their natural minds walk in darkness. We are seeing this more and more in our World. I report on it everyday at www.fggam.org and on our weekly Tv and Radio program. We have the solution to the darkness!  That is why we are here to be Salt and Light, to make the Kingdom visible to a dark world and bring others into the Kingdom.
I just have to share this with you: Yesterday a workman took an American flag from our property, I saw him put it in his truck and his manager saw him do it, I went up to him in the truck and asked him if he needed another one! The manager said you sure you want him to have it..(They are the smaller flags that I have placed around the house in different spots) I said yes…..and I wanted to give the man another one, he wanted to tape it to the trucks outside mirror. I am telling you this to be aware how you react to situations..The manager could not believe how I reacted…..God gave me the words to speak……yesterday two supporters of FGGAM, Tom and Roybyn Hurt took me to lunch and I had a half a sandwich left I was going to eat for supper, but when I walked out of the restaurant a poor man was outside and right away God said give it to him. Most if not all of you would do the same but I am just sharing these two short stories to show how God will direct our lives, IF we accept Him.It is not about me or you, But it’s all for God’s Glory Alone! AMEN! 
So many feeling lonely………..maybe you do………maybe you know someone who is lonely……..this story sent in by Darlene Quiring made me weep………….
For When You Feel Alone
Samantha Evilsizer
“As the Father has loved me, so have I loved you. Abide in my love. If you keep my commandments, you will abide in my love, just as I have kept my Father’s commandments and abide in his love.” John 15:9-10 (ESV)
Miss Emma’s wrinkled hands cupped my chin—her palm a reservoir for my tears. I walked down the hallways saying tearless goodbyes to 119 other residents, and yet my farewell with her released a levy of emotions.
The scattered pieces of my heart felt like they were blown about by the scurrying of nurses’ footsteps and doctors’ orders resounding off the walls of the nursing home.
It felt wrong to leave her alone, forsaken in this dark place.
Her family, or lack thereof, had rendered her anchorless; adrift in the lonely sea of a 120 bed facility. A drab place where my Activities Department team and I were brought in to dispel the dreariness. My job at the home would have been more bleak if not for Miss Emma and a few others.
I didn’t allow many details of this place to sink in further than the surface of my heart. Stories repeated ten times each day rolled off my back. Routines of medicine and meals and the wandering of hallways became mundane tasks. Yet one name, one person, chiseled deep into my heart: Miss Emma.
I perched on the edge of our goodbye, on the edge of her bed, hesitant to leave her. “Who’ll sit in the sunshine with you? Who’ll listen? Who’ll sing hymns with you?”
Worry wrung my heart. Visions of Miss Emma, alone … lonely … made my jaw tense and ache with pain for her. A square punch by sadness will do that to a girl.
But not her. Beautiful brown saucers brimmed with confidence. I waded in the refreshing waters of her eyes, rich pools of wisdom.
“I’ll be fine sugar … I’m never alone. Don’t you realize the One who created the sun sits with me? He listens always, hearing my prayers and needs. His presence is in the very praises we sing to Him. Child, we’re never alone.”
Tucked away from the world, Miss Emma changed mine. She lived tightly knit to the Vine. Abided in Jesus’ love through His Word and worship and prayer. Miss Emma dwelled in this truth:
Christ beside me, Christ before me,
Christ behind me, Christ within me,
Christ beneath me, Christ above me. ~St. Patrick
Though abandoned by her earthly family, she rested in the knowledge that her Heavenly Father never would leave her. Indeed, He made a home in her so she could nestle in Him.
Her solid assurance lifted my chin, calmed my heart. The strength she found in the truth that Christ never leaves us left a lasting impression on me. I began looking for ways He was with me: by giving me the wisdom to hold my tongue, or helping me sleep at night, or steadying me when anxious.
Might we find hope in Him today as well? Curl up in His love by writing a Scripture verse on our heart. Lean into God’s sure presence through lifting our voice in praise. Abide in His peace with a time of prayer … sharing and listening.
Christ is within us, before us, behind us. And as Miss Emma so confidently knew, He will never leave or forsake us. We’re never alone.


Joseph’s descendants were very different than him. They obeyed when their desires were met and when God manifested His mighty power on their behalf. Whenever they were discouraged or felt abandoned, they quickly drifted into disobedience.The first symptom of such drifting always came in the form of complaining. Those offended with God usually are not so foolish as to directly oppose Him. Instead, they resist His Word or leadership. The children of Israel complained about their leaders, but Moses answered with, “Your complaints are not against us but against the Lord” (Ex. 16:8).Complaining is a killer. It will short-circuit the life of God in you faster than almost any other thing! Complaining indirectly communicates to the Lord, “I don’t like what You are doing in my life—and if I were You, I would do it differently.” Complaining is nothing more than a manifestation of insubordination to God’s authority. It is extremely irreverent! God hates it! Joseph feared God, and he never complained.That is why the Lord admonishes us, “Work out your own salvation with fear and trembling; for it is God who works in you both to will and to do for His good pleasure. Do all things without complaining and disputing” (Phil. 2:12-14).God sternly warns us not to allow complaining to take root in our hearts. We are not left helpless by its intense attack. The fear of the Lord is a force within us that will keep that killer out. Proverbs 14:27 confirms this: “The fear of the Lord is a fountain of life, to turn one away from the snares of death.”Joseph lived in a spiritual desert for more than 12 years. It appeared that nothing was going his way. There was nothing to strengthen and encourage him. But there was a fountain from which Joseph drew—one deep within.

This fountain provided the strength Joseph needed to obey God in tough, dry times. It was the fear of God! Joseph was able to avoid the pitfalls of hatred, offense, jealousy, resentment, anger and adultery through the life-giving waters of that fountain.

When others would have fallen into the traps of death, Joseph was able to turn away and minister to others—even in his darkest hours.

Joseph was wise in his behavior because he feared God: “The fear of the Lord is the instruction of wisdom” (Prov. 15:33). Those who fear God are wise. Daniel points out, “Those who are wise shall shine like the brightness of the firmament, and those who turn many to righteousness like the stars forever and ever” (Dan. 12:3).Joseph passed the ultimate heart test by giving of himself and declaring God’s faithfulness in his darkest hour. It wasn’t long before Joseph’s wisdom caused him to shine brightly in Egypt. His virtue could not be hidden but was revealed to an entire pagan nation.Interestingly, it was Joseph’s behavior while in prison and his response to his fellow prisoners that eventually led to his promotion. In Genesis 40, we read that the Pharaoh’s chief butler and chief baker were among the prisoners. Both had dreams, which were interpreted by Joseph.
To the butler, Joseph proclaimed the meaning of the dream: “This is the interpretation of it: The three branches are three days. Now within three days Pharaoh will lift up your head and restore you to your place, and you will put Pharaoh’s cup in his
hand according to the former manner, when you were his butler” (vv. 12-13).But for the baker, the interpretation was not so good. Joseph said, “This is
the interpretation of it: The three baskets are three days. Within three days Pharaoh will lift off your head from you and hang you on a tree; and the birds will eat your flesh from you” (vv. 18-19).If there had been a morsel of complaint in Joseph’s heart, he would not have ministered to either the butler or the baker. If he hadn’t ministered to them, he would have remained in prison until his death.
In his final moments, Joseph would have still been murmuring about what appeared to be God’s unfaithfulness, when in reality God’s promise would have been aborted because of Joseph’s lack of godly fear. But God was faithful to release Joseph from his prison chains. At the appointed time, Joseph was summoned by the pharaoh himself to interpret a dream, at the recommendation of none other than the chief butler. And an entire nation was delivered from famine because one man—Joseph—feared the Lord.In the latter half of the twentieth century, the church has displayed a lack of the fear of God. Therefore, we are viewed as a reproach rather than as shining stars before our nation in need. Our sins are frequently broadcast by the media, and we have lost the respect that believers should have. We have not demonstrated the faithful, God-fearing qualities found in Joseph. May God help us with His grace!
John Bevere is a popular speaker at conferences and churches and the author of best-sellers The Bait of Satan and The Fear of the Lord. He is host of The Messenger TV show and directs Messenger International ministry. This article was excerpted from his popular book Fear of the Lord
April 26, 2013. Cursing is not good. Being cursed can bring sadness. Words are spoken in private even from a bedchamber, assuming no one else can hear. But someone is always listening. Even the birds of the heavens will carry the sound and make it known. Words are awesomely powerful. They can be like flames that harm. Be sure to repent if you are cursing others publicly or privately. If you feel you have been cursing, repent of anything you may recall or learn of that could be the basis for the spoken curse.
Ecclesiastes 10:20 (NASB) “Furthermore, in your bedchamber do not curse a king, and in your sleeping rooms do not curse a rich man, for a bird of the heavens will carry the sound and the winged creature will make the matter known.”  Proverbs 26:2 (NASB) “Like a sparrow in its flitting, like a swallow in its flying, so a curse without cause does not alight.”  Ras Robinson
April 26, 2013. It is best that you do not know too far in advance what is coming. I know you want to know and in a sense you need to know, but it is best right now that you do not know. If you knew what’s ahead it would be too overwhelming and you could choose that you don’t want to go. If you will walk with Me step by step staying in My word, listening to My voice, watching Me and obeying, you’ll see success beyond anything you have ever dreamed.
Joshua1:8-9 (MSG) “And don’t for a minute let this Book of The Revelation be out of mind. Ponder and meditate on it day and night, making sure you practice everything written in it. Then you’ll get where you’re going; then you’ll succeed. Haven’t I commanded you? Strength! Courage! Don’t be timid; don’t get discouraged. God, your God, is with you every step you take.”  Bev Robinson
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April 26, 2013. Live life like there is no tomorrow. Yield to My ways. Do those things I have laid out before you. Let the signature of your life be like one who resides on the mountain tops. Since Satan has been defeated, be alive to the ways of the Spirit filled life. Through My word, be an encourager to yourself and to those around you. Speak My life into every circumstance you encounter. Dwell in the heavenly realms knowing that My will is being accomplished on earth as it is in heaven.
John 1:16 (AMP) “For out of His fullness (abundance) we have all received [all had a share and we were all supplied with] one grace after another and spiritual blessing upon spiritual blessing and even favor upon favor and gift [heaped] upon gift.” Kevin Robinson
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