I’m sitting in Church, and all of a sudden there is a torrential downpour of hailstones! The sound was deafening. Everyone here in Maui is dumbfounded. Global warming, Last Days, etc. It’s not a bad time to look up, (and… cover your head!).
It’s been an amazing two months so far here in Maui. God is moving in an amazing way! I don’t think Jesus’ motto was, “Just Hang Loose”, because the Christ-Followers here in Maui are on the move, and hungry to see souls saved, and discipled.
This picture is of a rain cloud that came in yesterday. It so reminded me of the prophet Joel’s promise of God pouring-out a latter rain. In the Hebrew culture it was a rain that came just at the nick of time. I don’t know about you, but in times of feeling like I want to give up, or throw-in the towell, the faithfulness of God shows up and refreshes your soul to make it through.
I pray He does that for you today.
[And you thought you had problems…] Maryland – Arguments began Monday in a federal lawsuit alleging that a Maryland doctor stapled a man’s rectum shut during an operation, rendering him unable to move his bowels for 17 days, the Baltimore Examiner reported.
Ronald Watkins, 64, of West Virginia, has accused Dr. Manuel Casiano, a doctor in Frederick County, Maryland for botching a September 2004 surgery that left him with permanent bowel problems, according to the report.
A 16-year-old teenager is recovering after falling and impaling himself on a set of deer antlers in Carter Lake, Iowa. Todd Reynolds’ grandmother said the teen was climbing through a window in her home Wednesday after locking himself out when he fell onto the antlers.
The antlers stabbed him in the back and just missed his spine.
The grandmother, Jeanne Reynolds, said the antlers were on the floor. She had saved them from a deer that her car crashed into some years ago.
Emergency room doctors removed the antlers Wednesday. The teen was out of the hospital and expected him to recover.
This song is so powerful. As you listen just think of those who left their homes to the fury of Hurricane Ike and lift up a prayer for them.
As you listen to this song, please pray for them. Right now 3.5 Million people are in jeopardy, and are in mass exodus.