Monday, March 12, 2007

Much Prayer, Much Power

We want to thank the many of you who are holding our family in your prayers. Several of you asked us what are some specific prayer needs for our kids. We mentioned over and over again, our kids need friends here in Iloilo. Eric and Faith have become each other's best friends, but we also know they need the interaction and fun of having neighborhood friends.

The Lord has answered your prayers in this area. My cousin and his family now live in our community, and they have several kids including a young boy between Eric's and Faithy's age. They play together almost everyday, living just two minutes away. This is a huge answer to prayer.

I heard this preached while I was a student at Oral Roberts University:

"No prayer, no power; little prayer, little power; much prayer, much power."

Thanks to many of you for your faithfulness in prayer. Don't stop.

2 comments:

  1. Anonymous7:54 AM

    In my eyes you're the "Apostle Paul" of our little home group. We will definitely keep you and family in much prayer so that you will have much power in the Lord. Good to have you back home and safe from your journey. I'm sure you helped in kicking the devil's butt over there. Praise God for missionaries like you (and family). You are truly appreciated. Love - Scott & Margie

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  2. Scott and Margie, we are so blessed by you both. And we are humbled by your remarks. Thanks for blessing us in so many ways. I look forward to seeing you again at home group, and also at Ledo's.

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