The gathering Sunday started with worship and praise led by the youth choir. The young people are very lively and sincere in their love of God and it shows in their service to the church in many ways.
Later, Noah spoke about worship. Our worship is not merely singing on Sunday but also we worship by our doing. Mr. Molika was a perfect example to us all as he labored to complete the work he had begun. What a picture! Worship in song and deed, both being done simultaneously, as an acceptable offering to the Lord.
I don’t think I can do justice to the message that day. Suffice it to say Noah was clear and inspiring. He encouraged everyone not to grumble and argue (Phillipians 2:12-18) but rather to be a light in the darkness. Just as the stars in the sky, so are we on the earth bringing light to the nations. The day of the Lord is near. Malachi 4:1-3. Then George encouraged everyone to come out of the traditions of men; to take root and bear fruit (Is 37:31). True fellowship brings the power of God.
As we collected the tithes and offerings we were delight to listen to the children sing and watch the Youth dance to the Lord. Then we broke into two groups for men and women’s meetings. The men continued to make plans for the building while the women shared in fellowship together.
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We came home and had a nice meal of beans and rice prepared by our awesome Beatie. She is truly a blessing in our house.