Wednesday, October 24, 2012

All Sizes Of Groups Are Eaglery Welcomed

Visiting groups come in all sizes, shapes and forms.  Here is a small–sized band of co-laborers made up of some people from Team :  Casa De Dios and Ruth and her children from Nueva Jerusalen, near Tecate, BCN, Mexico.  It´s always a joy to have these both-sides-of-the-border assemblages come to the mission base because they allow me to see how much working together is making an impact in the hearts, lives, minds and souls of brothers and sister on both sides of the Mexican-American boundary.  God Bless Our Unity!

I often tell people about how much talent there is in the body of Christ, and how it all works together for good and of what an impact we are making in this area of Mexico.  And, it´s all true.  Leviticus 26:8, ¨Five of you will chase a hundred, and a hundred of you will chase ten thousand, and your enemies will fall by the sword before you.¨ The more we work together the bigger is our victory for the Lord.

It doesn´t matter if your group is small and mighty or huge and powerful, it all works together for good, because we are being called mutually according to His purposes.  ¨And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose,¨ Romans 8:28.

Don´t ever think that what you are able to do is too small to make a real difference, because that is not the truth.  Every drop of water that hits the surface of the ocean, makes a splash and leaves its mark.  A lot of little rain drops actually made all the oceans, lakes, streams and rivers.  You are always part of the big picture and a significant measure in the greater good of this mission´s outreaches.  And, that´s for sure.

It is never too early to set a date for your next or first visit to Rancho Santa Fe Mexico Mission.  You are needed and what you have to offer is vital and important.  Just let me know as far in advance as you can when you´d like to come and I´ll leave a light on for you.  Your help, talent, prayers and support is always needed.

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