We here have been making some changes and updates, streamlining how you navigate between our website, Facebook, Messages and Blog pages, making your experience a more pleasant one. Instead of going to different sites for the blog and messages (our blog being on WordPress, and the messages formerly on Tumblr) we have now made it so that our blog and Agnes’ transcribed messages are both on WordPress, a mere click away from each other! The menu bars at the top of both the Blog and Transcribed Messages provide tabs that take you directly to our website, facebook page, blog or messages. Take a look around, and tell us what you think! We love to hear your responses, so be sure to let us know!
This last week was wonderful! We had several people come to receive training in various areas, one young man came for several days, working with Gordon and Teresa Skinner. There was even a Water Purification course taught! We praise God for how He has been bring people to our ministry with a heart to grow more in the natural and spiritual, by His Spirit.
We received a visit from our dear friend Debra Sharp, and we rejoice in how the Lord is using her to carry out Isaiah 58 to those around her. We’re seeing more and more how people are beginning to rise up as they hear the voice of the Lord imparting to them the same principles God gave to Rev. Agnes 58 years ago. Now, more than ever, it is crucial to follow the ways He’s given us and to remember the most important part of Isaiah 58: the spreading of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The saving of souls to Him. That is the biggest focus of His ministry. His people, saved, chains broken, walls crumbled, set free in the revelation of Him.
One thing we’ve been talking about, is the spreading of the Gospel and how now it is more simpler than ever before to share this with the world.
2 Then the Lord answered me and said:
“Write the vision
And make it plain on tablets,
That he may run who reads it.
3 For the vision is yet for an appointed time;
But at the end it will speak, and it will not lie.
Though it tarries, wait for it;
Because it will surely come,
It will not tarry.” Habakkuk 2:2-3
Isn’t it interesting how our technology has progressed? We first began with PC’s, then laptops, smartphones and now tablets. Now, even in Africa, with these tablets the Gospel can be shared with others, even on the run. Both Sister Gertrude and Pastor Sylvester have these tablets they use. How wise and wonderful is our God? That He would have someone create a machine that would have the power and capabilities of a computer, yet light enough to carry, even to the most remote parts of the world!
As the things of this world escalate, one thing remains certain: The Gospel must be shared at all costs, in any way necessary…and now, it can.
Just a tidbit of what we’ve been thinking of. What are some thoughts you have? Let us know, by leaving a comment below. We love hearing from you, and look forward to reading your comments.
God bless you all. And Merry Christmas.
Love, your All Nations Family