Urgent Message From Ethel Maharg of NM Right to Life

Over 5,000 babies were aborted in New Mexico in 2019……….Please talk to your Pastor to make sure this prayer need is put on your prayer list at Church and in your Sunday School classes, and Bible Study classes!
From my hero of faith and mentor, former Congressman now Pastor Bill Redmond of Los Alamos, NM:

“Pray for all the pastors in New Mexico today who will not mention the babies who have been slaughtered. May the Lord forgive them for their silence.”

As Dietrich Bonhoeffer said, “Silence in the face of evil is evil itself: God will not hold us guiltless. Not to speak is to speak. Not to act as to act.”

Please pray that all abortions end.

Thank you Ethel for your service to God and His Babies!

Ethel Maharg

Breaking: We just got information from credible sources that the Governor is going to bring back the radical abortion bill HB 51. Please stay tuned and we will be providing updates and action calls. It’s time. Let’s roll.
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February 09, 2020

Sunday Reflection: The Blessing of Repentance

It may seem odd to think of repentance as a blessing, because it’s not something anyone looks forward to. But repentance isn’t supposed to feel good. In fact, if it does, you’re probably doing it wrong.

Repentance is a blessing because it allows us to grasp the depth and love of God. And it’s an essential part of our life as Christians because Jesus calls us to it—and He is faithful and just to forgive us when we confess our sins (1 John 1:9). In repenting, confessing, and humbling ourselves before God, we are not merely turning away from our wrongs. We are embracing the Father’s love.

Think About It 
• Repentance frequently leads to some outward behavior, but the Lord wants us to experience a change in the direction of our heart as well. Think about your own experience with confession and repentance—have you felt more aware of or closer to the Father’s love?

• John the Baptist calls for followers of God to “bear fruits in keeping with repentance” (Luke 3:8). What do you think it means for our actions to be the fruit of repentance?

Bible in One Year: Numbers 3-5

The Gift of Prayer

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