Forsake Me Not


it's time to pray
it's time to pray
Forsake Me Not
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Psalm 38, beginning at verse 6, the Psalmist says, “I am troubled, I am bowed down greatly; I go mourning all the day long. For my loins are full of inflammation, and there is no soundness in my flesh. I am feeble and sorely broken; I groan because of the turmoil in my heart.”

I wish you could understand how deeply you’re loved of God. You might not be feeling that way; you might be feeling like there’s no soundness inside of you. You might be wondering why God has not casted you out of His presence.

My friend, you don’t know how deeply you’re loved of God. He loved you so much that He sent His only begotten son to pay a terrible price on the cross so He could get you back. Look in the Scriptures, who got the miracles? Was it not people who, in themselves, know they had nothing to offer to God? But what they did have was a cry. “Oh, Thou son of David, have mercy on me!”

It’s time for you and I to pray.

2 Comments

  1. rick   •  

    I wrote to you last night for prayer for my family. My 28 year old son text me this today. "My life is changing quickly for the good. I am clean, clean! Been in the missiom 8 days. I'm in a celebrate recovery group. I go to church by free choice. Can't change doing the same thing. My wife is coming around. We are very happy!" Thank God and you!

  2. Loni   •  

    Thank you Pastor Carter,
    I love Jesus with all of my heart, He is the only reason I have to continue to live.
    The things of this world mean nothing to me, yet the more I want to draw to my beloved saviour; the chronic pain I suffer through steals away my concentration on His Word which is life to me, my Bread, my Drink. Thank you so much, my pastor, brother, and friend. For streaming life the services from the church where the foundation of Jesus was laid under my feet and deep within my heart. The Word of God taught to me as a new believer, hungry for God and tired of the world. By our spiritual father David Wilkerson, who always encouraged us to "Get into the Word" and my fatherly Ben Crandall's admonition to " Never give up" Then you and Pastor Teresa, our answer to all the prayers and the tears for a new pastor to be a helper, a right hand to our founding father, a new pastor who loved Jesus, that was a man after the heart of God, not after fame, or money, but chosen by God alone.
    The Lord, always faithful sent us two. Your humility, and passion for the lost and the saved, still a thundering, yet loving, voice of reason in the midst of all the trials you, your family and we your flock must endure on the Narrow Road until Jesus calls us home. Or we hear the Trumpet Call. I know that I am loved by Him, I know that God can heal me, but more than that, I want to pray. I need to pray. Please Holy Spirit, I just want to pray. Would you please pray with me that my prayer life be restored. Thanks again, for reminding us that regardless of how we feel, We are loved by God. May the Lord continue to bless you, the elders, the pastors, the choir, and all the staff at TSC.

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