A Call To Prayer & Praise!

Covenant Greetings to all from busy Glorieta where we are in our 7th of 10 weeks and before the week is out we’ll have over 3,000 guests on this campus.

The newest larger group to join us is Student Life that will have this week & the next one with right at 1,900 each week.  Fuge finished their time here last week and they too averaged around 1,800 each of the 4 weeks they were here.

The biggest week will be our last week and that will be Collegiate week and that will conclude August 12th.

Now, let me challenge each of you to join us in praying for the following requests:

1]  Roy Foreman and Linda [Oklahoma City, OK]

Some weeks back Roy fainted and was rushed to the emergency room to find that he is battling colon cancer.  They resected his colon and removed some 12″ of it; they feel they have gotten all the cancerous cells and, at the moment, is not having to take chemo treatment.  He is recovering nicely, he said.

Let’s join them in praying for a continued healthy recovery.  Their phone number is 405-323-1820…..their emai isl: foreman6525@att.net.

2]  Lynn Bailey and Shirley [Abliene, TX]

Just got the following update from them as follows:

We’re planning a trip to NM to attend the Duke City Hamfest on the August 12-14 weekend.  We’re planning to spend a couple of nights in Albuquerque at the Marriott where the hamfest is, and then drive up to Red River and stay 3-4 days and enjoy the cooler weather.  We may drive over from Albuquerque on Sunday morning & try to catch the service at the Pecos Valley Cowboy Church on Sunday August 14.  I see that their website still lists Jim as the Associate Pastor.  Seems that I read that y’all are moving, so I’m not sure if we would get to see y’all there or not.  Last I read y’all were in Indonesia visiting family about a month ago.
An update on my (Lynn) last trip to M.D.Anderson for a CT scan:
+ My medication is continuing to control the cancer (small lymphocytic lymphoma).  The lymph nodes are all reduced in size & no progression of disease.  I have been on this new targeted therapy, 3 pills/day, now for 27 months & it is working well.
+ Extending my periodic trips to MDA from 3 months to 6 months
+ Extending CT scan interval from 6 months to 12 months.
+ Watching a spot on my right kidney that’s about 1.4 cm in size, an increase of about 1/6 of an inch in 3 years.  Will see a urologist to assess when further investigation might be necessary.  My MDA doctor says probably not a problem in my lifetime.
+ I came out of the dr visit singing “The Hallelujah Chorus” in 4-part harmony.  Feeling very, very blessed & grateful to the Lord…..Amen and Amen!
Our 2nd grandchild was born on July 5th, Ava Louise.
Let’s join the Baileys in praise for such a great medical report and the addition of their newest grandchild!  Their email address is: lbaileytx1947@gmail.com

3]  Dave Zarbaugh [San Antonio, TX]

Dave has spent most of the summer with us as our Gateman; but, last week he began having sharp pains in both shoulders and wasn’t feeling too good; so, after much prayer decided to go back home for a medical checkup.

He arrived safely, but, in addition to the shoulder pain, he is fighting the summer heat in San Antonio..  Let’s pray for Dave’s doctors to be given wisdom to quickl,y discover the cause of his pain and with the proper protocol bring soothing relief to Dave.  Some of you may want to call him and encourage him; if so…Here is his phone number: 210-771-9195….or his email address is: davezarbaugh@yahoo.com

4]  Sue Addy [Union, MS]

I just talked to Sue over the weekend to find that she is fighting to keep her “numbers” low in the cancer jargon; they are creeping up and has asked for our prayer support.  She is still feeling strong enough to teach her SS Class and to write her newspaper column weekly.  She was so excited that she felt well enough to join her kids and grandkids for a ride down the Pearl River over the weekend.

Let’s join hands, hearts in praying for her to begin seeing encouraging signs that our prayers on her behalf are being answered by Our Great Physician.   Her email address and phone number are:  addyls@att.net; & 601-774-5345….

Let me mention at this point, an additional need for prayer for the Addy family.  Jerry Addy told me this past weekend that his new great granddaughter, McClain is having some serious medical issues & has been kept in the hospital in Nashville, TN.

Please join us in praying for the medical team working with her will be given the needed wisdom and knowledge to find the source of her difficulty and the ability to treat it successfully.  Here is Jerry and Jimmie’s phone number: 662-801-6702 & email: jerryladdy@bellsouth.net in case some of you feel inclined to share a word of comfort and encouragement to them.

5]  Chaney Gregory & Jan [Columbus, TX]

Just talked to Chaney to find that her daughter, Jan, will be having an MRI tomorrow and again in 2 weeks before they proceed with the removal of an abdominal mass that doesn’t appear to be malignant.  Let’s join together in asking our LORD to look with favor on bringing Jan through the surgery successfully and for a quick recovery.  If you want to drop Chaney a note of encouragement here is her email address: chaney3998@sbcglobal.net….

6]  Jim & Carolyn McAtee [Bothell, WA]

Some of you know that Carolyn has been having a great deal of pain & discomfort for more than a year now with Planters Fachitis in her right foot.  She has tired most everything that has been suggested without positive results.  We would like to ask prayer for wisdom and knowledge to locate someone who might be able to help her….Thanks so much for your prayers for her.

Next, most of you know that we will be finishing our tenure here at Glorieta at the end of this summer session.  We will be packing to leave for our new place of service in and around Bothell, WA to be near our daughter, Julie, and her family.  Bothell is located between Bellevue on the south and Lynnwood/Woodinville on the north.

Please pray for our safety as we will be pulling a horse and trailer behind our RV, while Carolyn will be driving our car and taking 4 nights and 5 days to get to Bothell via I-25 & I-90  on September 1st.

At this juncture, we do not know our address there; but, at least for awhile, we will continue using our Mail Forwarding Address we’ve kept since we were full time RVers, which is PO Box 2428, PMB 5192, Pensacola, FL., 32513 if you want to stay in touch with us after we move on August 28th.

We will continue to use the following 2 email addresses, at least for awhile:

jimandcarolyn.mcatee@gmail.com & jimmcatee@earthlink.net….the two we’ve used while here will be stopped after 1 month we are told….they are: carolyn@glorieta.org & jim@glorieta.org……

It has been a special, special privilege for us to work so closely with so many of you who have become delightful friends a fellow sojourners over these years since it all began in the summer of 2005….thus making this summer our 12th summer of work here on this beautiful campus..

In some ways we will definitely miss being here on campus; yet, in other ways not so. We can only wish and pray for the complete success of Glorieta Camps 2.0 and that more and more guests and friends in the immediate area will be introduced to Our Lord Jesus Christ as their LORD and Savior too!

Some of you may not know that we have 3 Saturdays each summer given to entertaining local guests from the area and they come in droves to see for themselves why all the talk about the new Glorieta.  A couple of Saturdays ago we had over a 1,00 people on our campus for that one event.

Well, sir, this has turned into a rather lengthy blog, but, wanted to catch each of up to speed on matters pertaining to our extended family and matters ongoing here on campus.

Bro. Jim

 

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A McAtee update from Indonesia!

Hello, to all of our extended volunteer family from far East Java in Indonesia.

Carolyn and I wanted to take this opportunity to express our great appreciation and thanks to those of you who’ve been praying for our safety and health on this extended trip to our beloved Indonesia.

We’ve just returned from a 10 day visit to the island of Bali where we had a wonderful time visiting with all of our current staff serving here along with hanging out on the beach, shopping and eating some delightful meals together.

We are scheduled to begin our trip home this coming Saturday arriving in Seattle on Saturday night late; we’re taking another several days to check out a place for Rocky before flying to ABQ on Wednesday night.

Looking forward to seeing everyone on Thursday.

A couple of additional updates:

1]  Chaney Gregory’s daughter, Jan, has improved enough to allow her to go home for a period awaiting additional strength before having her anticipated surgery.  That is an answer to your many prayers on her behalf in the last month or so.  Chaney has decided that she will not return to serve as a volunteer this summer.  I will try to keep you posted as to when Jan will have her surgery.

2]  Here is a wonderful update from Hal Hill revealing why we spend countless hours serving the many guests who come our way each summer as volunteers; please join us in praising God for His work of grace in the lives of so many young people each summer.

Received from Hal upon return from our trip to Bali:

Hello to all who have helped us at Glorieta in the past.

Prestonwood BC  on campus this week had a great baptism event last night. I heard that at least 67 have professed a new relationship with Christ as Lord. Pray for those new believers and their families.

An incident occurred with participants of Prestonwood which prompted police interaction. None of our staff was involved and the Sherriff’s  department has been pleased with our cooperation. There was no medical emergency. The group was late leaving but most are on their way home now. Please pray for their travel, their re-entry into the greater Dallas area, the leaders of their group and for the few directly involved in the incident.
(Remember that you should always be responsible and not start rumors, share gossip or post questionable or negative things using social media.)
Some have asked why the flags are at half-staff. The President gave that order after the nightclub shooting in Orlando. Please keep praying for all affected.
If you have questions, concerns or suggestions please contact me individually.
Thanks. Hal Hill

Take good care of yourselves and let’s keep at the Main Thing,

Jim and Carolyn McAtee

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Greetings From This Side Of God’s Green Globe!

Hello to all from far away East Java, Indonesia!

I’ve already tried to send a similar message & instead repeated last week’s blog the inadvertently left off Dave Zarbaugh and I wanted to apologize to Dave for that oversight that happened again just earlier….

This note is for 2 reasons:

1]  To thank each of you for your prayer support on this long, extended trip to SE Asia; for safety and good health while here;

2]  For the daughter of Chaney Gregory, Jan, who is undergoing abdominal pain that may be an appendicitis or maybe something else….let’s join together in praying for God to grant  His mercy and wisdom to all concerned to determine the best course of action.

Her daughter’s name is Jan.

Thanks for your prayerful concerns for these requests.

Until next time…..Bro. Jim

 

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Covenant greetings to all of our extended family  members far and wide from gorgeous Glorieta.
We trust that this call to prayer finds each of you well and contented with where you are in your maturing process spiritually.  Remember this quote from your earlier upbringing:  “Press on with all you’ve got; for Life is short even at its longest?”
I wanted to catch each of you up to speed with “happenings” as of this Saturday afternoon & to call us to prayer for several of our extended family you all may know from your times on campus in years gone by.
Before this summer is out, we will have seen more than 22,000 youth come and go.  So, we ask that you pray for not only all of our volunteers (47) on hand to assist us; but, all the full timers (100 +}, summer (200+), and International (40+) staffers already in their training mode for the start of the summer activities May 30  and running through August 14th.  This doesn’t count the temporary help they are geared up to hire too.
Of our expected volunteers through the summer, these are already on campus by the end of this weekend:
Vicky Duncan; Dave Zarbaugh, Don and Jeanette Travis; Doug and Laura Schwartz; Joe Ellen Ticknor; Chaney Gregory; Retta Dinnig…..with quite a few others coming the following week.
The newest attraction is the High Five Zip Line Tours headquartered in what use to be the Volunteer Center.  This attraction is mostly for the public to use the year round more so than the guests, as I understand it presently.
You sign in and pay for your trip, then, they load you up in one of 2 Army 6X6 Personnel Carriers that they’ve refurbished and take you to the highest Zip Line some 20 minutes up the new road that goes 2 ridges over from the campus.
There are 5 legs that brings you back down to the campus ending up just behind the hall of States.  Carolyn and I were given the chance to ride the furthest one up the hill several weeks back & that was fun; that is, except for the sudden stop at the other end.  When I asked them why us, they said, we need to get pictures for marketing that includes you two two elderly people…..oh, well.
The other new attraction is all off campus.  They’ve put together 2 marketing teams that already have reserved weekly invitations to bring Glorieta to their city for a week each that are being sponsored by a number of local churches & have hired locations where they can set up all their equipment and give the locals a real good idea of what it would be like to come to the main campus in the future.
One team will cover Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas and Nebraska; while the 2nd team will cover Arizona, Nevada, Utah and Colorado.

Now, let me list for you the prayer requests we’ve gotten in the last few weeks:

1]  Vicky Duncan’s daughter Kim Iribarren is in California having medical tests run for several serious issues ongoing; please join us in praying for her to gain traction for both her physical needs, as well as her spiritual needs.

2]  Jerry Owens just called to say they will have to cancel their plans to join us this summer as volunteers due to a resurfacing of his wife’s earlier bout with cancer. Please join us in praying for Reita’s comfort and God’s peace and presence be given in abundance.

3]  Sue Addy from Union, MS.

Sue reports that she is still having to take her Chemo treatments regularly & is due to return right away for her next evaluation.  She is still able to teach her SS class and write her newpaper article weekly.

Praise God for His mercy and His grace during these hard and difficult days.

4] Les Baker’s brother-in-law

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Covenant greetings to all of our extended family  members far and wide from gorgeous Glorieta. d
We trust that this call to prayer finds each of you well and contented with where you are in your maturing process spiritually.  Remember this quote from your earlier upbringing:  “Press on with all you’ve got; for Life is short even at its longest?”
I wanted to catch each of you up to speed with “happenings” as of this Saturday afternoon & to call us to prayer for several of our extended family you all may know from your times on campus in years gone by.
Before this summer is out, we will have seen more than 22,000 youth come and go.  So, we ask that you pray for not only all of our volunteers (47) on hand to assist us; but, all the full timers (100 +}, summer (200+), and International (40+) staffers already in their training mode for the start of the summer activities May 30  and running through August 14th.  This doesn’t count the temporary help they are geared up to hire too.
Of our expected volunteers through the summer, these are already on campus by the end of this weekend:
Vicky Duncan; Don and Jeanette Travis; Doug and Laura Schwartz; Joe Ellen Ticknor; Chaney Gregory; Retta Dinnig…..with quite a few others coming the following week.
The newest attraction is the High Five Zip Line Tours headquartered in what use to be the Volunteer Center.  This attraction is mostly for the public to use the year round more so than the guests, as I understand it presently.
You sign in and pay for your trip, then, they load you up in one of 2 Army 6X6 Personnel Carriers that they’ve refurbished and take you to the highest Zip Line some 20 minutes up the new road that goes 2 ridges over from the campus.
There are 5 legs that brings you back down to the campus ending up just behind the hall of States.  Carolyn and I were given the chance to ride the furthest one up the hill several weeks back & that was fun; that is, except for the sudden stop at the other end.  When I asked them why us, they said, we need to get pictures for marketing that includes you two two elderly people…..oh, well.
The other new attraction is all off campus.  They’ve put together 2 marketing teams that already have reserved weekly invitations to bring Glorieta to their city for a week each that are being sponsored by a number of local churches & have hired locations where they can set up all their equipment and give the locals a real good idea of what it would be like to come to the main campus in the future.
One team will cover Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas; while the 2nd team will cover Arizona, Nevada, Utah and Coloradoe

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A Call To Prayer For Our Extended Family!

Covenant greetings to all of YOU, our extended family  members far and wide from gorgeous Glorieta.

We trust that this call to prayer finds each of you well and contented with where you are in your maturing process spiritually.  Remember this quote from your earlier upbringing:  “Press on with all you’ve got; for Life is short even at its longest?”

I wanted to catch each of you up to speed with “happenings” as of this Saturday night; to call us to prayer for several of our extended family members you all may know from your times on campus in years gone by.

Before this summer is out, we will have seen more than 22,000 youth come and go.  So, we ask that you pray for not only all of our volunteers (47) on hand to assist us; but, all the full timers (100 +}, summer staffers(200+), and International students (40+) already in their training mode for the start of the summer activities May 30  and running through August 14th.  This doesn’t count the temporary help they are geared up to hire too.

As far as our volunteer staff, there are several already on campus with more to come this Sunday :

Vicky Duncan; Dave Zarbaugh; Don and Jeanette Travis; Doug and Laura Schwartz; Joe Ellen Ticknor; Chaney Gregory; & Retta Dinnig…..with quite a few others coming the following week.

The newest attraction is the High Five Zip Line Tours headquartered in what use to be the Volunteer Center.  This attraction is mostly for the public to use the year round more so than the guests, as I understand it presently.

You sign in and pay for your trip [rather expensive for a family], then, they load you up in one of 2 Army 6X6 Personnel Carriers that they’ve refurbished and take you to the highest Zip Line some 20 minutes up the new road that goes 2 ridges over from the campus to the NE.

There are 5 legs that brings you back down to the campus ending up just behind the Hall of States.  Carolyn and I were given the chance to ride the furthest one up the hill several weeks back; that was fun; that is, except for the sudden stop at the other end.  When I asked them why us, they said, we need to get pictures for marketing that includes you two elderly people…..to show that these Zip Lines are for all ages…..oh, well.

The other new attraction is all off campus.  They’ve put together 2 marketing teams that already have reserved weekly invitations to bring Glorieta to their city for a week each that are being sponsored by a number of local churches; have hired venue locations where they can set up all their equipment and give the locals a real good idea of what it would be like to come to the main campus in the future.

One team will cover Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas and New Mexico; while the 2nd team will cover Arizona, Nevada, Utah and Colorado.

A new program director, Josh Nelson, has moved up from Camp Eagle to oversee the Day Camp and the Off Campus Camp. Under him are Sally Hudgins from Camp Eagle; Jackie Williams from Glorieta and Caleb Barge, a summer student the last 2 years from Georgia.

Well, just thought some of you would be interested in knowing more about what is happening here that you didn’t already know about.

Let’s shift to our knees now in prayer for several requests that have come to my attention over the past 10 days or so.

1] Kimberly Iribarren, Vicky Duncan’s daugher is in California undergoing several medical tests to determine the proper protocol to treat her ongoing medical issues. Vicky is quite concerned and we need to uphold her as she waits anxiously by to hear the results of these tests, as well as Kim to allow God to do a work of grace and mercy in her life that would result in a new Kim physically, emotionally and spiritually. Let’s all pray that the effects of Psalms 3 will resonate in Kim’s life both now and in the future.

2] Jerry and Reita Owens were scheduled to return this summer as volunteers, but, Jerry called yesterday to say that they will not be able to come because of new findings in a recent battery of tests for Reita has produced new spots on her liver. The good news was it isn’t an aggressive type cancer. So, please join us in praying for Our God to show Himself strong in this case and grant Reita and Jerry His heart-warming comfort and divine peace that passes all human understanding.

3] Sue Addy from Union, MS dropped me a note this week saying she is still holding her own and able to function pretty much as before her diagnosis with pancreatic cancer. She has asked us to pray for her next chemo therapy session upcoming in the near future and the next evaluation to follow. She is in good spirits and is able to teach her SS Class and write her regular column in her local newspaper. Let’s ask God to give Sue the same final conclusion as presented in Micah 7:7.

4] Les and Donna Baker….a new volunteer couple planning to come called last week to say they too would have to cancel their plans to come this summer because Donna’s brother living in Seattle had just been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and was given 30 days to live. Please join us in praying for the Bakers and Donna’s brother and family to be given a keen presence and a encouraging dose of divein peace during these very difficult days.

Let’s pray that all of these mentioned above will come to fully understand the following Scripture from this Psalm:
Psalm 34:18

The Lord is close to the brokenhearted
and saves those who are crushed in spirit.

5]  Solo and Sarah Washington need our prayers for a new assignment that started for them last week down south at Sacramento Assembly located just outside Cloudcroft in the Sacrament Mountains.  They both have been given a very responsible job and have asked us to please pray for them as they undertake this new assignment.  We surely do miss Solo especially and this place will miss him too, I suspect.

6]  Finally, Carolyn and I are presently packing for our return trip to Indonesia tomorrow afternoon to help celebrate the first eductional milestone of our oldest granddaughter, Amber McAtee, who graduates next Friday night in Malang, Indonesia. We are so excited not only to try to be an encouragement to Amber; but, we will be traveling back to our old stomping grounds where we served for 17 of our 32 years of missionry service to try to be an encouragement to some of the churches we were privileged to help start while in that area.

We need your prayers for safety in going and coming along with while we’re on the ground on very narrow and busy highways there; for strength and health for Carolyn who has been having quite a time with her planter’s fashitous flare ups more often than before; and for us both to stay healthy while eating food out in the villages that could cause us discomfort; as well as clean drinking water to be found in each of the areas we plan to visit.

We will return to Seattle on June 25th for a 3 day stop over to seek to find Carolyn’s horse, Rocky, a new boarding facility that we can afford; and, a place for us to call home nearby so Carolyn can have all the time she would like just to play with and ride Rocky on a regular basis.

Thank each one of you for your friendship and your support during these 11 years we’ve had the very special privilege of working and fellow-shipping with so many of you here at Glorieta and whom we call our friends.

Indeed, we will, in many ways, miss gorgeous Glorieta; but, God has clearly spoken to us that it is now time to move to a new place with a new calling and we are committed to carring out that calling.

May Our Almighty God speed us all to run the race He has set before us for His glory and the advancement of His Kingdom on earth is our prayer for ourselves and each one of you!
I leave you with these thoughts from Isaiah:                Isaiah 43:1―5

“But now, God’s Message, the God who made you in the first place, Jacob,
the One who got you started, Israel: “Don’t be afraid, I’ve redeemed you.
I’ve called your name. You’re mine. When you’re in over your head, I’ll be there with you. When you’re in rough waters, you will not go down.
When you’re between a rock and a hard place,
it won’t be a dead end― Because I am God, your personal God,
The Holy One of Israel, your Savior.
I paid a huge price for you: all of Egypt, with rich Cush and Seba thrown in! That’s how much you mean to me! That’s how much I love you!
I’d sell off the whole world to get you back, trade all of creation just for you.” (The Message)

Wow, What A Mighty God We Serve!           Amen and Amen!

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A Greeting and Call To Prayer!

Good Morning from Gorgeous Glorieta!

Well, summer is just around the corner and a few of our volunteers are already on the ground.  Vicky Duncan has arrived to help us get ready for the others coming.  Doug and Laura Schwartz have arrived and are helping us get the RV Park ready for all our RVers; and,  Don and Jeanette Travis are due to arrive later today to help us get ready too.

Dave Zarbaugh was scheduled to arrive today also; but, he called earlier to say that he is having to have further tests today by another cardiologist and will let us know as soon as he knows the results.

So, I believe the appointment is this morning and I wanted to get this word out to ask all of you to join us in praying for Dave, the cardiologist and the results to be God honoring!

Also, Dave said that Linda Heafer needs our prayer support as she is having more and more difficulty with her rheumatoid arthritis and John is having a lot of foot pain with heal spurs!  Let’s pray for them to find God’s peace in all that they are facing!

Please pray for our upcoming summer as we seek to help meet the needs of having upwards of 24,ooo youth as our guests.  This is going to be a huge challenge for everyone and we want our Lord Jesus to be glorified by our labor of love together!

Also, please pray for Carolyn and me as we are scheduled to return to Indonesia next week for our granddaughter’s high school graduation and will return June 29th.  Please pray for fa safe and meaningful trip!

Thank each one of you who have made our lives fuller and richer these last 11 years of our journey here at Glorieta.  We have been blessed by your presence and encouragement duyring this chapter of our lives.

Working While Waiting,

Jim and Carolyn

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Today Is Friday, but, Sunday’s Coming!

Covenant greetings to all of you on this Easter Weekend, 2016!  I received the following from one of our Cowboy Church members today and thought I’d forward it to each one of you.  Bro. Jim
Good News

The headlines are grim:

Islamic State Trains 400 Fighters To Attack Europe In Wave Of Bloodshed

ISIS Goes Global: 75 Attacks In 20 Countries Have Killed 1,280

Islamic State Committed Genocide Against Christians

Fears Grow For Priest . . . Who May Be Crucified On Good Friday.”

At times it can all seem so overwhelming. But, my friends, there is Good News!

Today, on Good Friday, we think about the Cross and the sacrifice paid for our sins. Romans 5:8 tells us, “But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.”

While some worship a god who commands men to die for him, we worship a loving God who gave His son to die for us. Never, ever forget that.

Thank God for the cross and the empty tomb!

Thank God for the Good News of Christ’s resurrection!

In Christ, we have confidence. No matter what happens on this earth, no matter what tomorrow’s headlines may bring, we have confidence in a caring Creator, rather than the chaos of the cosmos. We have confidence in a glorious future, rather than the finality of the grave.

It is this confidence that sustains us in times of trial and tribulation — in times like these.

We have confidence because “It is finished.” Christ’s atoning work on the Cross is done, and we are forever saved by His shed blood.

On Easter morning, we do not gather to remember a martyr, a mere man who lived and died. We come together to worship the risen Son of God!

He is risen! He is risen indeed!

 

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