Pastor’s Corner: June 5th, 2016

Pastor’s Corner

05 June, 2016

“In that day shall this song be sung in the land of Judah; We have a strong city; salvation will God appoint for walls and
bulwarks. Open ye the gates, that the righteous nation which keepeth the truth may enter in. Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee: because he trusteth in thee. Trust ye in the Lord for ever: for in the Lord Jehovah is
everlasting strength:”” – Isaiah 26:1-4

Rev. Willie D. Hall

 

To my Church Family,

God has blessed us to come through another month in which he has caused us to make progress in spite of the evil one who is always attempting to slow or stop progress; but I’m grateful to our God that we can rejoice and sing as Israel did in the 26th chapter of Isaiah. Just like they had a strong city, we have a strong Church. For more than 71 years God has used the Tabernacle of Faith to bless many in this community, city, State & Nation. Let us think on that 3rd Verse, “Thou wilt keep Him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on thee! Because He trusteth in Thee”.

As we wait & trust God to fill the Senior Pastor Position, let us just keep our hands in the masters Hand and keep our mind stayed on Him.

There’s a song that says “Into each life some rain must fall, and on last month we experienced some rain in our church in a Five day Period. We experienced some rain in the homegoing Services of 3 of our congregation. However, this rain has positive results on both sides. On our side we will miss them, but knowing their destination, makes our hearts glad. Because they were saved & sanctified. So we say so long on this side to Brother Arthur Livingston, Sister Hattie Ellis & Sister Earline Jackson. They are being welcomed home by loved ones and friends in that land where they all have been made whole, in that land of no more, no more pain, no more doctors, no more hospitals, no more medications, no more death. We thank God for each of them and pray that the Lord give each family member comfort in knowing they are safely home.

Summer is apply approaching and our children will be getting out of school. Let us pray that the Lord give them protection during the summer.

Finally, let us continue to keep our eyes on Jesus as we continue to pray God’s blessings on our sick, shut-ins, and all of the families that have experienced death in their family. Pray for our church & for each one.

May His blessings always be yours.

In His Service
Pastor Willie D. Hall

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