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Dear Family of our Lord Jesus Christ,

 

 

We love you all!!!

 

 

 

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In the mailbag!
Thanks for THE CUP today Dewey, really Blessed me my brother. God Bless and love ya!  Alan
EXCELLENT CUP!

The bottom line is exactly what you said about same sex marriage.  It is also the bottom line for all our behaviors.  WHAT DOES GOD SAY?  Especially if we claim to be Christians then we have no rights.  Corinthians says that our bodies are the temple of the Holy Spirit and we have been bought with a price.  So Jesus owns us.  We have no rights, privileges or special treatment.  Paul says he was a SLAVE!  Therefore, no rights, no opinions and no “feelings”.  God’s Word is to be our only rule of faith and practice.  From Genesis to Revelation the key subject is obedience.

God bless,

praying for you

Pastor Leonard Navarre
Leonard was referring to this post I did yesterday that is still getting read today and was the subject of our radio program yesterday on KDAZ, The World we Live in, lots of comments ……..please read and if you already have read it, please read it again. It is on the Deception of same-sex marriage.
Good Morning! I wanted to bring that counch home!
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Great night of softball for Amistad Christian we won both games of double header, we won both games under the 10 run rule! Both games were dedicated in the memory of Ron Bernard, the Dad of our very own Dan Bernard Dan made a spectacular catch up against the fence to end the second game! It was all directed from heaven! Angels in the outfield!!! Way to go Amistad! Blessed to be your coach!
Those are the comments I posted last night on Facebook around 11pm. Fellowship! WOW! There is nothing better for the heart, soul, and mind to fellowship with other believers and also have other folks that may not have a relationship with Jesus around your gathering. Softball is just a great way for guys to give Glory to God in our relationships and how we play the game and how we use our God given abilities. Our spirits were on fire for the Lord last night as we played the games for Dan’s Dad! WOW! 
Read this on fellowship……..Do you fellowship? Do you open up and have fun in our Lord? Do you “cut loose” in the joy of our Lord? Do you exercise your temple?
 
I found this on www.sermoncentral.com it was not credited to anyone.
1. Godly associates enabled one another to help develop Christianity from a handful of people to a movement of over 600 million present day believers. Mutual encouragement provided them with the necessary incentives to stay obedient, loving and committed to our Lord. They assembled together in the upper room for prayer, reflection and mutual accountability as we see in this passage. They were willing to pay any price to give their all for Jesus Christ. Ask the Lord to help you plant and grow new fellowships of people which can expand the kingdom of God out to the parts of your communities that are yet to be reached with the light of truth.

2. Godly associates fortified the apostles with one purpose, mind and priority as they waited to be clothed with power from on high. Prayer became their chief vehicle for drawing each other together in worship, confession, thanksgiving and supplication. Ask the Lord to help you commit yourself to praying together with Godly associates for the synergistic benefits of strengthening one another’s purposes, minds and priorities. Remember you do not have to share personal problems while committing yourself and your ministries to the Lord.

3. Godly associates chose to use the networks of family connections in a strategic urban center where their fellowship would have the greater influence. Acts 1:12 says, “They returned to Jerusalem.” It is a characteristic of Godly associates to seek out the places where they can have the greatest potential for qualitative and quantitative growth of the church. Ask the Lord to help you think strategically as to where you will locate your Godly fellowships for greater results.

4. Godly associates all joined together constantly in prayer along with the women and brothers. (Acts 1:14) Godly people make a habit of setting aside a time and a place where they can assemble together for prayer and worship of the Lord. Do not hesitate to bring in Godly men and women who can help you nourish one another spiritually, emotionally and socially. Avoid any hint of prejudice. The initial numbers in your fellowship is not as important as the quality of commitment in the members. Only through regular times of prayer will people be able to maintain the discipline of corporate prayer. Ask the Lord to help you select and welcome committed people who will share in prayer and worship.

5. Godly associates were willing to hold each other in spiritual accountability as a way of helping each other to avoid being sidetracked by the worries, riches, pleasures and troubles of this life. The Godly fellowship of the early Christians were prone to the same kind of temptations as we face today. However, they found amplified power, wisdom and love in their connections with one another and with the Lord. Ask the Lord to help you hold one another in spiritual account with an attitude of love and not proceduralized legalism.

6. Godly associates are able to work through the most natural lines of communication found within each family, tribe and community. The first century believers were enabled by the Spirit to establish many house fellowships around prayer that allowed the church to grow naturally. Ask the Lord to give you the wisdom, connections and love to spawn new prayer fellowships that will help people grow up into all aspects into Christ in their communities, work places and social classes.

7. Godly associates knew that every generation needs its own regeneration. Godly fellowships allowed for age group oriented groups to accomplish great things for Jesus Christ. Ask the Lord to allow you to start a small fellowship of prayer and Bible study among your own age group and peers.

8. Godly associates were led to provoke one another to love and good works. It is the duty of every believer not only to comfort the distressed, but to distress the comfortable. Trust the Lord to use your fellowship in a positive way instead of a negative judgmental way to bring out the best in every person. Godly believers are able to encourage, exhort, correct, rebuke and stir one another up for the maximizing of their contributions for Christ. Ask the Lord to allow you to be more open to the spiritual provocations of Godly associates.

9. Godly associates evoked a spiritual fire that ignited the hearts of those around them. When Christians are on fire, fellow believers are warmed and sinners are attracted to the light of Jesus. No doubt, the first century Christians’ love, warmth and excitement generated a lot of interest in what the Lord was doing in their midst. Ask the Lord to use your Godly fellowships of prayer, friendships and worship to attract many needy people to your growing group.

You will find that the Body of Christ will fuel your engines, your heart, soul and mind. If you are around people that rob you have Godly energy, rob your joy, step back and pray on that situation and seek a mentor. Do not let people rob you of your joy and strength in our Lord! AMEN! 
 
Now, Click here and watch Dewey and Friends with Pastor Mark Scales of Heights Christian who is a big reason for the Softball teams at Heights and Amistad. He talks how important softball is to the mission of the Church. We also talk about Mark’s mission trip to Ecuador, he left yesterday.
 
Go to this Inspiring Post by Darlene Quiring, God has a plan for you!
May 14, 2013. The one who works will leave things unclean at times. If you are providing well for your family, this is good. Be a productive person, but also be known for keeping things clean. Wise and efficient is the worker who sweeps and cleans after each work session. There is one who keeps a broom and dustpan in the work area so that at the end of each work session, they make the work place clean. Consider your work habits and opt for the good harvest. Let all be happy.
Proverbs 14:4 (NLT) “Without oxen a stable stays clean, but you need a strong ox for a large harvest.”  Ras Robinson
 
For God’s Glory Alone in the Love of our Lord Jesus Christ, Dewey Sharon and Family
 

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