by Pastor Tim Burt
Renee and I would like to wish you a warm and wonderful Christmas and New Years! We pray that in a world of turmoil, you will find great joy in God’s love, and great peace in your trust in Him! He promised in the garden of Eden that He would one day send His Son and He did. He is working in our midst and He is working in your life as you pray in faith believing.
I encourage you to create a list of all you need God’s help with in this coming year and post it in a visible spot and pray over it daily. Then draw a line through each request of Him that you see He has answered. The reality of His love will become even more real to you!
And thanks to all of you who pray for our ministry, our missionaries, and for those we are able to touch with His love. We press forward daily to touch the world with His love! And lastly, we are thankful to those who have donated to our ministry to help our reach for the Lord grow and for the needs of missionaries and the impoverished. There has never been any expectation from us that anyone ever give. To the contrary, we began this ministry to be the givers and we hope you’ve been blessed by what we do. But thank you to all that have helped us. We are so appreciative of it!
My daughter and son-in-law who are missionary Pastors in Peru and my two granddaughters have come home for Christmas to be with us for the first time in 10 years. And so we are going to dedicate some special time with them. I’ll be taking a very short break from writing and will be back to Fresh Manna on Wednesday, January 6th. Feel free to go back and read past manna’s from the archives. They will still bless you as though I had just written them. And again, God bless you and have a very blessed and Merry Christmas.
In His Love,
Pastor Tim Burt
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