A Thanksgiving Challenge! And it includes NO ice buckets! What do you say that those of you who are married, write a note to your spouse and let them know you are thankful for them…and what things you are thankful for. Parents, write a note to your kids (have them sit down in case they faint), and tell them what you are thankful for concerning them, and what activity or character quality you see in them that makes you proud. We’re so good to harp on the negative, let’s accentuate the positive this Thanksgiving. Oh yeah, for those you—both young and old—who have parents living, share a note of thankfulness for what your parents have done for you, and invested in you (also, make sure they are sitting down first—at their age, they may break a bone if they faint)! We’re seeing so much hatred and violence in our country, we need to reverse that by sharing some love and some thankfulness! Do this whether you think they deserve it or not. God gives you the mercy you don’t deserve every day—freely you have received, freely give! God bless all! And….Happy Thanksgiving!
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God has blessed us by His presence in a greater way in the last few months. We’ve had literally dozens of reported divine healings—and this has brought many closer to God. One of the most recent healings was a lady who had about 10% sight in her right eye. The doctor said he would not be giving her any more shots, because it wasn’t working—she would just have to live with this. Two weeks ago, after prayer, she went home and discovered she could see out of that eye again. An eye that was legally blind has been healed by the power of God!
Yet for all those who have received healing, many still have not. For some, it just may be that the time is not yet. For others, there may be other reasons. This coming Sunday I will share some of the most common hindrances to receiving a healing. Many people receive healing when the hindrance is identified and removed by specific prayer. If you have a need, we invite you to join us!
Pastor Brent Oliver grew up in Kokomo, Indiana and is an Ordained Minister through the Assemblies of God. Before embarking on God’s plan to establish a church in Delphi, Pastor Brent served in both Peru and Logansport, Indiana encompassing over 29 years of fulltime ministry. His vision and creativity has been the benchmark for the growing ministry at Delphi First and after 23 years, his passion and leadership could not be stronger.