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Warm hellos friends and brethren from my wife and I here in Guatemala.
We´ve had a somewhat busy schedule here these last few days visiting brethren, but all is well.
Most of you have just finished enjoying a very blessed day yesterday with family, food, and most importantly giving of thanks for an abundance by which we are able to enjoy life by the grace of God.
I wanted to convey our warmest hellos to you all as we come again to God's Sabbath, created for man, so we might all stop and reflect even more on the blessing of knowing Him and the relationship that affords.
A pleasant hello to all of you.
My wife and I have just returned from almost 3 weeks traveling in Colombia, South America.
We had a very busy, yet productive and unifying time with your brethren in this little part of the world.
I am especially appreciative this Friday evening for God's Sabbath, being in my own bed, and knowing my wife and I will see many of you tomorrow.
So, a big Sabbath hello to you all, may God shine upon you this day.
Pleasant evening to you all my friends.
As we begin this weekly Sabbath, ponder with me Galatians:6:7 "...whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap".
Earlier today as I prepared sermons for my trip here in less than a month, I mused also on some thoughts by Madame Chiang Kai-Shek.
If the past teaches us anything it is that every cause brings effect, every action a consequence.
This moral foundation of the universe would apply equally to our world and the next.
The Chinese have a saying, "If a man plants melons, he will reap melons; if he sows beans, he will reap beans." This is true of all of our lives. God tells us that good begats good, and evil leads to evil.
True enough, the sun indeed shines on those God calls, and those not yet called, and does it not seem that all too often the wicked prosper?
Pleasant Sabbath to you Brethren!
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