TODAY’S PRAYER TARGET

PRAYER TARGET: AUGUST 2018

 

A Letter from the FEBC President

“…whoever comes to me I will never drive away” (John 6:37).

“Just as I am, Without One Plea.” Undoubtedly many of us have sung the words of this great hymn. What a wonderful message it carries: the promise that we can come to Jesus at any time, without hesitation, just as we are.

Thankfully, this never changes, even as we continue to grow in our relationship with God. We still come to God just as we are. That means we can confidently approach God with all our prayers and requests. We don’t have to hesitate out of fear that we aren’t yet good enough at praying. We don’t have to hesitate out of fear that we aren’t yet perfect enough in our walk with the Lord. All we have to do is come, presenting our requests, sharing our needs, trusting God with the answers.

God continues to call us. When we answer that call, we can be confident, just as Jesus reminded His disciples in John 6, that He will never drive us away. “Just as I am, Thou wilt receive…Oh Lamb of God, I come.”

Thank you for your ministry partnership.

Until all have heard,

Edward W. Cannon
President and CEO

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