Sunday, July 10

Gary Fallesen

Sunday, July 10


The church at Thoman. 

“Here, everything is well in God our Savior,” Climbing For Christ's missionary to Haiti said.

Miguel Rubén Guante reported from Thoman that 77 people attended church to worship the Lord. In Gentilhomme, there were 112 people worshiping; in Malasi, there were 72; and in the Dominican border town of Jimani, there were 89. So 350 came to worship in Monte Pou Kris (Climbing For Christ) churches.

This was a great encouragement at a time when there is much difficulty funding the work the Lord is doing through C4C in Haiti.

“I hope God will provide for his work,” Miguel states. “I think soon He will answer our prayer as He did with Hezekiah. As Hezekiah pray, we may pray to God asking him to add some time to our responsibilities.

“I think, too, it was not good for Hezekiah to show God how he was walking and what he did well. Any good things we do is because He did it through us. We can ask God where we fail in our work and help us return and correct our mistakes. If He decided (rescuing) Gilbert, Donya, Carmen, Miche, Sainte-Anne, and the churches that were built were our part in Haiti, please show us (what is next). Let us know His own desire for Haiti and for us.”

“...‘This is what the Lord, the God of your father David, says: I have heard your prayer and seen your tears; I will heal you...'” — 2 Kings 20:5 (NIV)
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