I wanted to share the following email from William C. Warner because it speaks directly to the heart of this ministry, the foundational promise of God’s word and the power it has to transform lives.

To: WILLIAM C WARNER

“Now faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see.” Hebrews 11:1

“Why can’t our faith grow in pleasant, easy circumstances? It does, as we come to trust and rely more and more on God’s promises. But the purifying and testing of our faith, has to come through circumstances that are a challenge to our determination to believe, trust, and rely on God’s word, in spite of what our senses tell us. Faith, remember, means a deliberate determination to believe something we can’t see or feel the evidence of. So if God tells us He is working out for our good and we see everything go wrong, our faith grows when we stand on God’s Word and thank Him for everything that happens. God alone can remake us, remold us from within. Our part is to follow Paul’s advice to the Romans to submit ourselves fully to Him, believe that He has taken over, and then accept eagerly and joyfully with thanksgiving and praise all the circumstances God uses to bring about His transformation in our lives.” Merlin R. Carothers

Stay prayed up!

Bill